Automated Benefits Application - Participating provinces and territories

 Saskatchewan

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The province of Saskatchewan has been offering the Automated Benefits Application service since January 1, 2016.

See Information Sheet RC4476-SK, Canada Child Benefits – Saskatchewan.

You can also get more information on this service at eHealth Saskatchewan.

 New Brunswick

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The province of New Brunswick has been offering the Automated Benefits Application service since December 2013.

See Information Sheet RC4476-NB, Birth Registration and Canada Child Benefits – New Brunswick.

You can also get more information on this service at Service NB.

 Newfoundland and Labrador

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The province of Newfoundland and Labrador has been offering the Automated Benefits Application service since January 2013.

See Information Sheet RC4476-NL, Birth Registration and Canada Child Benefits – Newfoundland and Labrador.

You can also get more information on this service at Service NL.

 Alberta

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The province of Alberta has been offering the Automated Benefits Application service since May 14, 2012.

See Information Sheet RC4476-AB, Birth Registration and Canada Child Benefits - Alberta.

You can also get more information on this service at Service Alberta Vital Statistics.

 Manitoba

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The province of Manitoba has been offering the Automated Benefits Application service since early July 2011.

See Information Sheet RC4476-MB, Birth Registration and Canada Child Benefits – Manitoba.

You can also get more information on this service at Vital Statistics Agency, Province of Manitoba.

 Ontario

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The province of Ontario has been offering the Automated Benefits Application service since July 11, 2010.

See Information Sheet RC4476-ON, Birth Registration and Canada Child Benefits – Ontario.

You can also get more information on this service at Service Ontario.

 Québec

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The province of Québec has been offering the Automated Benefits Application service since July 5, 2010.

See Information sheet RC4476-QC, Birth Registration and Canada Child Benefits - Québec.

You can also get more information on this service at Services Québec (in French only).

 Prince Edward Island

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The province of Prince Edward Island has been offering the Automated Benefits Application service since October 9, 2009.

See Information Sheet RC4476-PE, Canada Child Benefits – Prince Edward Island.

You can also get more information on this service at Vital Statistics Program, Department of Health, Province of Prince Edward Island.

 British Columbia

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The province of British Columbia has been offering the Automated Benefits Application service since June 15, 2009.

See Information Sheet RC4476-BC, Canada Child Benefits – British Columbia.

You can also get more information on this service at Vital Statistics Agency, Province of British Columbia.

 Nova Scotia

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The province of Nova Scotia has been offering the Automated Benefits Application service since April 8, 2009.

See Information Sheet RC4476-NS, Canada Child Benefits – Nova Scotia.

You can also get more information on this service at Government of Nova Scotia.

Territories

The territories will be offering this service in the near future.

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