Anthony Housefather
Anthony Housefather
Member of Parliament for Mount Royal
Service Canada

Our office would be pleased to assist you wherever we can.

If you have questions about:

  1. Canada Pension Plan
  2. Old Age Security
  3. Guaranteed Income Supplement
  4. Employment Insurance
  5. Social Insurance Number

Your first step should be to send a service request using the online web form:

If you do not receive an adequate response from Service Canada after 3 business days, then we will try to assist you with your inquiry by contacting Service Canada on your behalf. In order for us to do so we will need you to complete and return some documents set out in the Sections below. So please read them carefully:

  1. Who is your MP?

The riding of Mount Royal consists of the entirety of the City of Côte Saint-Luc, the Town of Mount Royal and the Town of Hampstead and a portion of the Borough of Côte-Des-Neiges - Notre-Dame-de-Grâce in the City of Montreal. If you are not sure of your riding you can confirm that you live in the riding of Mount Royal by typing your postal code in the box at the top right corner of the webpage located at this link:

If you live in Mount Royal and Anthony Housefather is your MP, please proceed to point 2.

      2. Proof of address

Please send us a photocopy of an official ID, invoice or document with your residential address.

      3. Welcome Sheet

Fill out the Welcome Sheet, which helps the office to track your file. Please include your information and all requested details about your file in this document. This includes the date when the service request was filed. This form is required for all inquiries.


In order for the office to make inquiries with Service Canada on your behalf , please click on, download the following consent forms, as applicable:

Please note that If you are communicating on behalf of someone else making the application and that person is 18 years of age or older,  then both you and the applicant must sign a Consent to Disclose Personal Information Form, so that the office may communicate with you about the file.

     5. How to Submit Documents 

Once completed, all documents may be sent:

If you are unable to download the documents, please call the office and we can mail you the forms and a pre-addressed, stamped envelope.

Please call our office at 514-283-0171 if you have any questions.



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