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Tax Return 2016 - Your nearest tax preparation clinic

Filing tax returns for 2016 starts as early as February 20, 2017. The deadline is April 30, 2017. However, as this date falls on Sunday this year, the CRA will consider your return filed on time and your payment made on time if they receive it by midnight on May 1, 2017, or if it is postmarked May 1, 2017. 
 
Do you need help completing your tax return? You may be able to get help at a free tax preparation clinic near you if you have a modest income and a simple tax situation. 

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Accommodation in Regina

Are you planning to immigrate to Regina and looking for accommodation? NepSoSS can help you arranging accomodation suitable to you and your family needs. To request this service you will need to contact NepSoSS at least 1 month before your departure time.  

Read more: Accommodation in Regina

Apply Social Insurance Number (SIN)

Social Insurance Number (SIN) is an important document, that you need to work in Canada or to have access to government programs and benefits.

A SIN is issued to one person only and it cannot legally be used by anyone else. Service Canada is now issuing SINs in paper format (confirmation of SIN letter). Production of the plastic SIN card has stopped. 

Read more: Apply Social Insurance Number (SIN)

Apply Health Card in Saskatchewan

 You must have a Saskatchewan Health Services Card, also known as "Health Card or HSN" to receive any Health Care in Saskatchewan or you will have to pay for the services. According to eHealth Saskatchewan "All new Saskatchewan residents must register themselves and their dependants for a Saskatchewan health services card in order to be eligible for health benefits. 

New Saskatchewan residents are people who have relocated to Saskatchewan from another Canadian province/territory or from outside Canada, such as foreign nationals, international students and returning Canadians. 

Read more: Apply Health Card in Saskatchewan

Opening Bank Account

To open an account, you have to:

  • go to the bank in person or contact the bank to see if it offers other ways to open an account
  • provide the bank with some identification (ID).

You must use original ID, not photocopies.

Some banks also run schemes for new comers such as Start Right, RBC Newcomer Advantage. etc

Read more: Opening Bank Account

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