Citizen's GuidePublisher: Canadian Government Publishing Centre, Ottawa, Canada
Year Published: 1988
Resource Type: Article
Cx Number: CX3335
Abstract: Published by the federal government, the CITIZEN's GUIDE answers some of the most frequently asked questions about the federal government, and lists relevent offices and sources of information within the government. Among the headings are Access to Information, Baby Bonus, banks/banking, CB radio, Canada Labour Code, Canada Pension Plan, citizenship, endangered species, farming, federal sales tax, grants, passports, pollution, publications, members of parliament, human rights, immigration, income tax, and unemployment insurance. The information is by no means in depth, but you are steered to the most likely sources of action or further information in the federal government: of some value to those who need information about the government, or about how to take on the government.