The Canada Site has been designed to provide you with different avenues to find information.
For example, you can find Government of Canada programs and services by using one of the following organizational concepts:
- A to Z Index
- Departments and Agencies
- Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
- Search Engine
- by topic on the Service Canada Web site
The Site Map is a visual model of the Canada Site's content. It is organized hierarchically, breaking down the Site's information into increasingly specific subject areas.
Our Quick Tips page has been designed to provide you with easy shortcuts and advice on how to make the Site more accessible to you. For more help on accessibility, consult our Help on Web Accessibility Features page or our Alternative Formats and Plug-ins page.
Specific help is also available on the Canada Site's Search Engine.
You can visit the About This Site page if you would like to learn more about the Canada Site.
If you have experienced difficulties while browsing or navigating the Canada Site, call our toll-free service line at 1 800 755-7047 from any location within Canada or the United States. If you are calling from outside Canada or the United States, please consult the service line toll-free number listing for the country from which you are dialing. Information officers are available to help you, in English and French, from 8:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m., Monday to Friday.
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