Self Help

Seniors Financial Assistance Application

Seniors Financial Assistance Application form and Special Need Assistance Requst Forms

The Safe Living Guide—A Guide to Home Safety for Seniors

There's no place like home—and sometimes it seems like there's no place safer. For seniors, however, the home is where many injuries occur, and most of these are due to falls. Changes that are part of the normal aging process, such as declining vision, hearing, sense of touch or smell and bone density can increase the risk of injury. Injuries can also be more of a problem for seniors because, as the body ages, it takes longer to heal and recover from injury.

Free Newcomer Service Near You Settling In Canada Is Easier Together.

Friendly and experienced settlement professionals can help you feel at home in Canada.

The Criminal Law and Managing Children's Behaviour

It explains what the criminal law says about how parents, caregivers, and teachers may respond when children under their care are misbehaving or doing something that might be dangerous to themselves or others. It describes what actions are acceptable and what actions may lead to criminal charges and a possible conviction for breaking the law.

Tips to Guide Your Child's Behaviour in a Positive Way

Sometimes parents feel frustrated by their children's behaviour and do not know what to do. All children need guidance to help them learn self-control. Positive guidance, or 'discipline', teaches children skills, raises their self-esteem, and strengthens the parent-child bond. Physical punishment is not positive discipline. Children need safe, stable and nurturing relationships with their parents.

Alberta Human Services Contact

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24-hour Emergency Income Support Contact Centre, Alberta Supports Contact Centre, Apply for Child Care Subsidy/Submit Child Care Subsidy Forms,  Bullying Prevention Helpline, Child Abuse Hotline, Family Violence Info Line, Fraud Investigation Unit, General Questions and Comments

Government of Canada services and information.

Get quick, easy access to all Government of Canada services and information.

Seniors Benefit Finder

The Benefits Finder may suggest benefits from federal, provincial or territorial governments, and does not collect or track your information. The more questions you answer, the more customized your results will be.

Alberta Seniors Services

The Government of Alberta provides a number of programs and services to support seniors in Alberta. This information is also helpful for caregivers and those Albertans who will be needing these services in the near future.

Seniors’ Printable forms and publications

Forms and publications are available for download in portable document format (PDF).

Seniors Financial Assistance (SFA) application package, Special Needs Assistance (SNA) for Seniors, Seniors Property Tax Deferral Program (SPTDP), Dental and Optical Assistance for Seniors, Seniors Home Adaptation and Repair Program (SHARP) AND MORE...


Alberta Health, Benefits,Disability & Other Services

In accordance with the Canada Health Act, Alberta's publicly administered and funded health care system guarantees that eligible residents of Alberta receive universal access to medically necessary hospital and health care services.

All new and returning Alberta residents must register for Alberta Health Care Insurance Plan (AHCIP) coverage to receive insured hospital and physician services

Temporary Foreign Worker Program

Fact Sheet

CANADA REVENUE AGENCY

Contact Nos, Child Benefits, GST / HST, Working Income Tax Benefts

Alberta Driver Guides

It takes study and practice to be a safe driver. With the knowledge and skill that comes from education and training, drivers will become more aware of their responsibilities when behind the wheel and the role they play in improving traffic safety.

CHILD SAFETY

Child Safety: On the move, At home, At play

My Health Videos

Heart and Blood Vessels, Brain and Nerves, Lung Health, Mental Health, Bones and Muscles and more....

Immigration Help Centre

Find The Answers For Immigration as Canadian Experience Class, Federal skilled workers, Business immigration program, Language Testing, Provincial Nominees, Skilled trades

Immigrate as a skilled worker through Express Entry

Canada choose skilled immigrants as permanent residents based on their ability to settle in Canada and take part in our economy. There is a new system to manage how people with skilled work experience apply to immigrate to Canada. It is called Express Entry

Immigrate to Canada

Find out how you can immigrate to Canada, how to protect yourself from fraud and what to expect after you arrive in Canada.

Hiring a contractor

Choosing the right contractor is an important step when making renovations to your property. You should be cautious, do your homework and have a high level of trust with the professional you decide to hire.

Canadian & USA Benefits and other Services for Disables
Disaster & Emergencies for People With Disabilities Guide
Your Emergency Preparedness Guide
Exploit Your Talents
Canadian Immigration & Citizenship application forms and guides

Check the status of your application, find a form, find an office, pay your fees, find out if you need a medical exam or police check, or apply online to study, work or visit Canada

Canadian citizenship

Apply to become a Canadian citizen, prepare for the citizenship test, and find out how you can resume or give up your Canadian citizenship

Application for Canadian citizenship under subsection 5(1) – Adults 18 years of age and older (CIT 0002)
Immigration & citizenship Canada

Apply to visit,study,work or immigrate to Canada, apply for citizenship, a permanent resident card or refugee protection, Check the status of your application or find a form.

Alberta Immigrant Nominee Program

The AINP is designed to support Alberta's economic growth by attracting work-ready immigrants to the province.The AINP is an immigration program operated by the Government of Alberta in conjunction with the Government of Canada’s department of Citizenship and Immigration Canada (CIC

Healthy Yards

An environmentally-friendly approach to yard and garden care. It's good for the environment, easy to do and you can save money too.

Your First Two Weeks in Canada

This video will help you get ready for your new life in Canada. It will explain some of the things you should do during your first two weeks in Canada to help make the transition easier.

Topics include arriving at the airport, finding support at an immigrant-serving organization, getting government documents, opening a Canadian bank account and much more.

Before You Arrive in Canada

This video will help you get ready for your new life in Canada. It will explain some of the things you should do before you leave your country of origin to make sure you are prepared when you arrive in Canada. 

Topics include learning English and French, gathering official documents, getting ready to find work, Canada's health and education systems and much more

Tips To Sell Your Home You Must Know

Selling a home can be intimidating. Likely you’ll be thinking about many things, such as whether to use a REALTOR® or not, what the price should be, and whether you should sell before buying your next home......

Tips You Must Know Before You Buy New Home

Buying a home can be simultaneously exciting and overwhelming. Understanding current market conditions, finding the perfect property, negotiating, and closing are just some of the daunting tasks facing a property buyer entering the market.

Latest News release Citizenship and Immigration canada

News Releases by CIC

Alberta Human Services

Human services provided by Govt. of Alberta

Assured Income for the Severely Handicapped (AISH)

The Assured Income for the Severely Handicapped (AISH) program provides financial and health-related assistance to eligible adults with a disability. The disability must be permanent and substantially limit the person’s ability to earn a living. AISH clients may also be eligible to receive supplemental assistance (a child benefit and personal benefits) through the AISH program.

Alberta Class 7 Learner`s Lience Exam. 125 Questions

To pass the test you need to answer 25 out of 30 questions. Probable answers are suggested.

You have choose right one after reading the book.

Practice Learners Driving Liecence

On line free Alberta Learner`s Driving liecence Practice

Driving tips for roundabouts

Driving Tips Video