The new Canada.ca
To better serve you, the Government of Canada is merging department and agency websites into one unified website: Canada.ca.
We want to make it easier for you to find and access government information and services using any type of device including computers, tablets and smart phones.
Canada.ca is organized by topics and tasks most requested by the public, and our improved search function allows you to quickly find what you’re looking for.
We are working hard to make your online experience as seamless as possible.
How is Canada.ca developing?
Canada.ca was launched on December 18, 2013, and this marked the beginning of a four-year process that will merge individual department and agency websites into one. This is a massive undertaking that will take place in phases. Themes will evolve and new topics will be added as departments move their web content over to Canada.ca. Existing federal websites will remain active until their content is fully migrated to the Canada.ca site.
Since 2013, Canada.ca has received over 590 million visits. Users submitted over 50,000 comments, and users accessing the site via mobile devices increased by over 150 percent. The most popular themes included Weather, Immigration, Jobs, Travel and Health.
Stay up to date on features and progress on Canada.ca by visiting our blog, In the Loop.
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