What to Bring to Your Appointmentgraphics1

To each appointment you must bring:

  • All of the information listed that applies to you
  • If you are married or living common-law we will need the following information for each person.

If you do not bring this information, we cannot complete your appointment and you will need to come back for another appointment.

Printable checklist for What to Bring to Your Appointment 

Please ensure that you have the following:

Type of Information

Documents to Bring to Appointment

Tax Information

Most recent Notice of Assessment (for each applicant)

Canada Child Tax Benefit - (mailed out July 20 each year)

Most recent Universal Child Care Benefit - annual tax receipt

Single Parents: Tax Package as Submitted to Revenue Canada

Identification for Adults

(Government issued photo ID)

Driver's Licence or Photo Health Card or Passport

Permanent Residence Card or Citizenship Card

Identification for Children

Birth Certificate or Statement of Live Birth or Health Card

Passport or Permanent Residence Card or Citizenship Card or Immigration papers; if not born in Canada

Reason for child care

If Working:

Letter of employment - On letterhead outlining hours and days you work

2 current pay stubs

Going to School:

School registration and schedule (start and end date of classes)

OSAP Summary form

Where you live

Current Lease Agreement or Notice of Rent Increase (Form N1)

If you do not have these you will be given a County form to be completed by your landlord

Mortgage Statement

Where the children live

Custody papers - court documents or signed letter to verify custody arrangements

If you are using OW or receive Disability supports

Ontario Works Benefit stub

Ontario Disability Support Program stub

Contact the Revenue Canada Agency if document replacements are needed:

graphics2Notice of Assessment 1.800.959.8281
Canada Child Tax Benefit 1.800.387.1193


Wellington County Administration Complex - Location Map

Map of downtown Guelph

Map of Downtown Guelph

Douglas Street is a narrow one-way street which runs off St. George's Square in downtown Guelph.

If you are coming by city bus: Douglas Street is a 7 minute walk up (north on) Wyndham Street from the main bus terminal.

If you are coming by car: There is no onsite parking at our building, however there is free 2 hour limit parking on marked surrounding streets.

Paid parking is available in the Baker Street Parking Lot or in the Old Quebec Street Mall West Parkade only.

Samples of Government Issued Documents


Sample Image of Notice of Assesment


Sample Image of Canada Tax Benefit


Sample Image of Universal Child Care Benefit