1. About your passport. Find out about Canadian passports and the advantages of an ePassport. Dual Canadian citizens: Fly to Canada with a valid CDN passport

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  2. Find a form Canadian passport applications If you are applying in Canada. Adult passport application [PPTC 153] Adult renewal application [PPTC 054]

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  3. Tab 1: Paid work placements – giving students “on-the-job” experience; Tab 2: Over 300 Service Canada Centres now offer passport services

    https://www.canada.ca/.../corporate/portfolio/service-canada.html2016-10-12
  4. Canada Passport Help has no affiliation with the Government of Canada. Passport application forms can be downloaded for free from Passport Canada’s website.

    canadapassporthelp.ca/help/canadian-consulate-locations
  5. Starting January 26th, 2006, Canadians applying for passports in Beijing will be able to receive the same high-quality, security-enhanced, machine readable passport ...

    www.canadainternational.gc.ca/china-chine/consular_services...
  6. Passports. Application forms. Documents to be enclosed. Simplified Renewal Application Process. Photo studios located in Polanco. Fees. Processing time. Special ...

    www.canadainternational.gc.ca/mexico-mexique/consul/ppt.aspx
  7. Canadian Heritage and its portfolio organizations play a vital role in the cultural, civic and economic life of Canadians. Arts, culture and heritage represent $54.6 ...

    https://www.canada.ca/en/canadian-heritage.html2017-10-6
  8. News, background and resources about global issues and sustainable economic development, from the Government of Canada's lead …

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  9. Notice The Simplified Renewal Application Process—a simple and effective option for eligible Canadians . With the spring season upon us, Passport Canada takes ...

    passportcanada.gc.ca/articles/20110401.aspx?lang=eng
  10. Canadian passports. A passport is the only reliable and universally accepted travel identification document, and it proves that you have a right to return to Canada.

    travel.gc.ca/travelling/documents2016-11-10