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Housing Information: Alberta

Housing Information: Alberta

Whether you are renting your property, are a renter, own your home, or are in between living situations, it’s essential to know what resources and services are available to you in your area. Share Lawyers has compiled a list of Alberta housing information and resources for those who call Alberta their home. Alberta Housing Information Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation (CMHC) Assistance Programs For more information are available to first time homeowners visit the CMHC website. Ministry of Seniors and Housing ………. 1-877-644-9992 The Alberta government works with...
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Housing Information: National

Housing Information: National

Share Lawyers has compiled a list of national housing information and resources for those who call Canada home. Whether you are renting your property, are a renter, own your home, or are in between living situations, it’s essential to know what resources and services are available to you in your area.   National Housing Information Canada Landlords Association The Canada Landlords Association is an organization for small residential landlords across Canada. For more information visit the Canada Landlords Association website. Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation...
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Legal Services: Alberta

Legal Services: Alberta

Share Lawyers prides itself on serving Canadians since 1987. As leaders in claims against insurance companies for long term disability, and other insurance claims based on illness and injury we take pride in serving the needs of the community. Our practice allows us to have a comprehensive knowledge of what we do to serve you best, but there are times where your legal needs may be outside of our unique scope. Share Lawyers has compiled a list of Alberta legal services, for those who may need to find reliable and affordable sources for legal matters. We care at Share...
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Community Services: Alberta

Community Services: Alberta

Whether we live in the rural parts of the province, or a busy city, we are all part of an integrated system of people– we are all part of a community. Whatever your needs may be, there are Alberta community services, centres, organizations, and programs all with the mandate of creating a strong and healthy community. Share Lawyers have compiled a list of Alberta Community Services, including province wide and regional listings. Alberta Community Services 2-1-1 Alberta ………. 2-1-1 2-1-1 is both a telephone helpline and online resource to connect you with the Alberta...
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Services for Newcomers: Alberta

Services for Newcomers: Alberta

Welcome Alberta newcomers! Alberta is Canada’s fourth largest province. It is an area of great natural beauty from the Rocky Mountains in the west, forests of the north, southern prairies, and central parkland. There is so much to enjoy as an Alberta newcomer. Whether you are moving to Alberta from another province or from across the world, Share Lawyers has compiled a list of Alberta newcomer resources and services targeted directly to new residents of Alberta and specific regions across the province. Alberta Newcomer Services Immigrate to Alberta Information Service...
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Resources for Aging Parents: Alberta

Resources for Aging Parents: Alberta

There are almost 1 million Alberta Senior Citizens alone; likely some of whom rely on you for help. When it comes to health and wellness, programs and services, and safety and security for this demographic, there are a wide array of services and programs tailored to the specific needs of the provinces Seniors. Share Lawyers has compiled a list of services available across Alberta specifically for Senior Citizens. In the case of emergencies always dial 9-1-1. Alberta Senior Citizens Services Alberta Adult Health Benefit ………. 1-877-644-9992 The Alberta Adult Health Benefit...