Our riding office has a limited supply of Canadian flags for the public. Please contact us and we will try our best to satisfy your request.
As of April 4, 2007, passport applications can be dropped off at the passport receiving office of Service Canada located at 32525 Simon Avenue, Abbotsford, B.C. V2T 6T6.
In addition to federal programs administered under the Income Security Program, there are also a number of social assistance programs administered by the Province of British Columbia. Please contact your MLA or check out the information at:
Pensions are available through the Income Security Program, including Old Age Security (OAS) and Canada Pension Plan (CPP). The government also provides Disability and Survivors Benefits through CPP, while a Disability Tax Credit is available through the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA). Further information is available by clicking here
If you served with the Canadian Armed Forces, you may be eligible for benefits through the Department of Veterans Affairs. Further information is available at:
We also have pension applications at our constituency office, so please contact us if you have any questions.
Most workplace injuries are covered by provincial workers compensation programs. Please contact your provincial MLA or check out the information available at:
First, discuss the situation with the person who helped prepare your income taxes.
Second, contact the closest Canada Revenue Agency office near you to discuss your file with a representative.
Third, if there is still disagreement, you may wish to engage the services of a tax accountant or tax lawyer to assist you with your dispute.
You may also call our constituency offices and we will make an enquiry on your behalf with CRA. Please note that we are unable to provide you with any ongoing tax advice or an assessment of the merits of your claim as we are not qualified to provide such advice.
For further information, please go to:
The Permanent Residence Card card replaced the IMM 1000 record of landing document for travel purposes. Applications are available at our constituency offices.
Individuals must have a PR Card before they can apply for Canadian Citizenship.
Further information is available by clicking here
Birth, marriage or death certificates are issued by the provincial government's Vital Statistics Agency. In the case of births, deaths or marriages which took place in British Columbia, further information is available by clicking here.
If your wallet or purse is stolen, you will need a birth certificate before you can apply for other documents, such as a Social Insurance Card, Health Card or Driver's License.
We have a limited supply of Canada pins for the public to present at special events. Please contact our riding office if you require pins.
Child Tax Benefit cheques are issued on the 20th of every month. If your cheque hasn't arrived after 5 business days of that date, please call the toll-free number on your CCTB forms or contact our constituency office.
Additional information is also available on the CRA Website: Visit Canada Revenue Agency