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What is Canada’s COVID-19 Economic Response Plan?
COVID-19 Benefits and Services
If you go to a Service Canada office, please note that measures are in place to ensure the health and safety of those they serve and their employees.
Upon arrival, you will be asked to wait outside of the office until they can safely serve you and you will be required to respect social distancing.
IMPORTANT: If you are able to access the service you require online or by mail, you will be asked to return home to do so.
To access Employment Insurance, Emergency Care and Emergency Support, Canada Child Benefit, Canada Student Loans, Passport and Social Insurance Number services, please follow the link.
Mental Health & Wellness
The effort to address COVID-19 is both extremely important for us all and poses a range of challenges on individuals and families as they respond to the demands of the situation. The situation is stressful for everyone and it is normal to be anxious and worried. This site is designed to provide information and suggestions about how best to cope in this difficult time.
What types of services related to mental health and mental illness are available to me in Canada?
Food Banks Canada
While many people are aware of their local food bank, they may not know just how large the network of food banks across the country is. The Food Banks Canada network is made up of ten Provincial Associations and their approximately 550 affiliated food banks. They represent food banks in every province and territory. Together, they serve approximately 85% of the people accessing food programs nationwide.
To search for a food bank near you, please follow the link and enter your postal code or city or town.
For newcomers and refugees new to Canada who require housing, language and access to community services assistance, follow the link to find free services near you.
Types of services offered: Francophone, help finding a job, language training, help with daily life and services specific for refugees, women, seniors, youth and LGBTQ2.
Employee Assistance Program
The Employee Assistance Program (EAP) is a confidential service that helps individuals deal with work-life stressors, family issues, financial concerns, relational problems and more. Any employee assistance benefits received by employees or family members remain confidential. You may access the service by calling (866) 507-4599
Employment Assistance Services
A variety of services are available province wide to provide assistance to job seekers who would like to access community resources including employment supports, training and financial support for laid-off workers.