Outreach site in Baie-Saint-Paul to offer more services as of September 1,
2010

BAIE-SAINT-PAUL, QC, Aug. 30 /CNW Telbec/ - The Outreach site in Baie-Saint-Paul, housed in the René-Richard Library, 9 Forget Street, is to offer more services as of September 1.

This Service Canada service outlet, which already meets many of the needs and expectations voiced by the public, will offer access to a broader range of federal government programs and services.  The population of Baie-Saint-Paul and the surrounding area will be able to apply for Employment Insurance or Old Age Security benefits and obtain Social Insurance numbers or pleasure craft licences.

At present, the Baie-Saint-Paul Outreach site provides certain services every second Wednesday.  As of September 1, these same services, and more, will be available weekly.  Opening hours will be from 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.

Service Canada is the Government of Canada's service-delivery network, and provides Canadians with one-stop personalized access to services, whether by telephone, by Internet, in person or by mail.

SOURCE Service Canada

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