Your Conservative government, led by Prime Minister Stephen Harper, is here to help you. We have compiled a list of several services and questions relating to the government and how it works for you.
Information on Citizenship
Information on Voting/Elections
Information for Seniors
Information on Taxes
Information on Employment
Information for Students
How can I contact Prime Minister Stephen Harper?
What is the Harper government doing for me?
We are working hard on what matters most to Canadians: jobs and economic growth. Ottawa South needs a Conservative MP in government, not Opposition. Visit http://news.gc.ca/web/index-eng.do for the latest news.
Who is the current federal government cabinet?
Who are the current Ontario Senators?
Who are the current Ontario MPs?
What federal programs and services are available to me?
How can I contact a federal department or agency?
How can I start my own business?
What is happening with Canada’s Economic Action Plan?
My ID was lost or stolen. Who do I contact?
Where can I find information on the latest health studies; product advisories; and information on medical services?
Where can I find information on public safety in Canada?
How can I find where in the world it is currently safe to travel?
I want to know more about my family’s history.
What is the government currently doing?
I would like to nominate someone for an award or medal from the Governor General.
I would like a special message (on a birthday, anniversary, milestone, etc.) sent by the Governor General.
Visit http://www.gg.ca/document.aspx?id=325&lan=eng# and complete the application form.
I would like a special message (on a birthday, anniversary, milestone, etc.) sent by Prime Minister Stephen Harper.
Visit http://www.pm.gc.ca/eng/greetings.asp?pageId=31&featureId=10 and complete the application form.
INFORMATION ON CITIZENSHIP
How can I become a Canadian citizen?
Visit this page and fill out the application form.
How can I immigrate to Canada?
Visit http://www.cic.gc.ca/english/immigrate/index.asp for information.
Where can I find information on living in Canada?
Where can I find information on working in Canada?
Where can I find information on adopting a child from another country?
How can I sponsor my family to immigrate to Canada?
INFORMATION ON VOTING/ELECTIONS
How can I vote in a federal election?
Visit this page for more information.
When is the next federal election?
The next federal election is tentatively scheduled for October 19, 2015. We need your help to ensure Ottawa South wins the next election and receives a strong Conservative voice. Please contact us to volunteer, run as a candidate, or offer your most generous donation.
INFORMATION FOR SENIORS
Where can I find general information on the government services available to me?
Where can I find information on the Canada Pension Plan?
Where can I find information on Old Age Security benefits?
Where can I find information on the Guaranteed Income Supplement?
INFORMATION ON TAXES
I want to know more about the Tax-free Savings Account, created by Stephen Harper’s Conservative government.
Can I file my taxes online?
Yes. Go to http://www.cra-arc.gc.ca/tx/ndvdls/menu-eng.html for more information.
Which taxes has the Harper government reduced for me?
Our Conservative government has reduced several taxes on you and your family. Visit http://www.fin.gc.ca/n11/11-007-eng.asp for more information.
INFORMATION ON EMPLOYMENT
How can I work for the federal government?
How can I search for employment?
Visit the federal government’s Job Bank: http://www.jobbank.gc.ca/Intro-eng.aspx
INFORMATION FOR STUDENTS
Where can I find more information on Canadian universities and colleges?
I’m a student and want to participate in the Federal Student Work Experience Program (FSWEP).
I’m a post-secondary student and I need information on loans and grants from the federal government.
How can I come to Canada to study?
Visit http://www.cic.gc.ca/english/study/index.asp for information.