Useful websites

Community-based legal clinic for low-income senior citizens.

Aurora Seniors' Association provides services for residents of Aurora and non-residents, 55 years of age and older.  Membership includes services and programs at the Aurora Seniors Centre as well as tours and excursions.

Provinces, territories and hundreds of municipalities have collaborated together to provide you with the permits and licences that may be required to start and grow your business.

This version of The Canadian Encyclopedia, released in enhanced digital interactive form in October 2013, represents the latest incarnation of a project with a unique history. Since the first edition arrived in 1985, Canadians have held a claim few others can make: we have our own national encyclopedia. The idea of covering all branches of knowledge or aspects of a subject in one body of work dates back to 1728 in England. However, a bilingual national edition produced by, for and about the people of a single country, charting its events, culture, history and landscape, remains rare.

CHATS offers a full range of home care and community programs that meet the changing needs of more than 7,600 York Region and South Simcoe seniors and caregivers each year.

Everything you need to know about moving to and settling in Ontario, including free settlement services by the government of Ontario.

Innovation, Science and Economic Development Canada (ISED) works with Canadians in all areas of the economy.

Navigate the network of available human services and programs in your community, such as income support, newcomer support, homelessness, mental health and addictions, employment training, family services, and health care, quickly and easily.

This is the official site of the Canadian Securities Administrators (CSA) and provides public access to all documents that Canadian public companies and investment funds are statutorily required to file including Annual Reports and Prospectuses.

Driver's licences, plate stickers, health cards, birth certificates, and other services provided by the Ontario government.

Browse and search the National Archives of the USA online, including many digitized original documents.

The Welcome Center provides services to guide and support immigrants, such as settlement and integration services, English language training, accreditation and qualification information, employment supports and more.

Provides information from the Region of York about care and housing options that are available for seniors.

Information on York Region Transit's mobility on-request services (formerly YRT Mobility Plus).

Moving to a new country or region can be an exciting but stressful process. York Region offers information and support around arriving, settling in, registering for school, finding work, and accessing health care.