If your DTC application is denied
If your Disability Tax Credit application is denied, you will get a ‘notice of determination’ letter from Canada Revenue Agency (CRA).
Some general tips on places to look for a doctor are:
Search for a doctor at this link: Physician Search - CPSA
Here are a few places to look:
Search for a doctor at this link: CPSM Portal
Search for a doctor at this link: College of Physicians and Surgeons of New Brunswick - Home (cpsnb.org)
Search for a doctor at this link: Physician Search - CPSNL
Residents who need a doctor will have to call or walk-in to one of the two community medical clinics and request to see a doctor in Yellowknife: northwest territory medical clinics - Search (bing.com). Most other communities in the NWT have local health centres and clinics that can be contacted if you need to see a health professional.
In addition to these community clinics, there are two (2) private medical clinics that are only open Monday to Friday between 5-9pm. Here are the websites for persons to book a same day appointment: http://www.rlwclinic.com/ and https://www.ayoubiclinic.com/
Search for a doctor at this link: College of Physicians & Surgeons of Nova Scotia
To contact a doctor or medical professional, you will need to make a same day appointment or an appointment with public health via phone or in person. Please consult Health Services | Government of Nunavut.
Search for a doctor at this link: CPSO - Resources for Finding a New Doctor
Search for a doctor at this link: College of Physicians and Surgeons of Prince Edward Island
Search for a doctor at this link: Physician directory - Search form
Search for a doctor at this link: College of Physicians and Surgeons of Saskatchewan Home (CPSS)
Search for a doctor at this link: Find a doctor | Government of Yukon
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Important information about benefits for Indigenous Peoples
If you are Indigenous there are many things that affect the benefits you can get and the dollar amounts you can get from them. These include the agreements your band or governing body has with provincial, territorial, and federal governments. Before applying to any benefits, you should speak with your governing body, if applicable.
AFOA Canada and Prosper Canada are currently seeking funding to develop an online tool that serves the needs of Indigenous people living in Canada.