Québec’s Address Change Service – Ron’s Real Estate Report


Did you know that you can notify six government departments and agencies of your new address in one simple step? In fact, Québec’s change of address service can report your move simultaneously to the Société de l’assurance automobile du Québec, Revenu Québec, the Régie de l’assurance maladie du Québec, the Régie des rentes du Québec, the Ministère de l’Emploi et de la Solidarité sociale and the Chief Electoral Officer.  The service is available on line at www.servicesquebec.gouv.qc.ca (resident section) or call (your local area code +) 644-4545 (or toll free )1-877-644-4545.

Ensure all your mail follows you to your new address

Moving or temporarily relocating to a new address? Canada Post’s Mail Forwarding service ensures all your important mail reaches you at your new address. Forward mail from your Canadian address to anywhere in the world.

Who should use Mail Forwarding?

For moves (not returning to original address)

•Ideal for homeowners, renters and businesses that are moving or changing P.O. boxes.

•Convenient for managing estates and receiving mail for a deceased individual.

For temporary relocation (returning to original address)

•Perfect for snowbirds going south for the winter.

•Helpful during renovations, job relocations and extended vacations.

•Lets you manage mail on behalf of someone else.

Buy Mail Forwarding as soon as you know your new address so you have time to benefit from coupons, moving tips, checklists and other helpful information from smartmoves™.

If you choose, they can also share your new address with companies you do business with, saving you time notifying everyone.


The cost of Mail Forwarding varies depending on whether your new address is within the same province, within Canada or in another country.

Mail Forwarding for moves — Not returning to your original address

Choose the 12-month service for the most convenience and savings.

•Pay the lowest price per month — starting at only $7 a month.

•Have more time to tell everyone your new address — especially infrequent mailers (for example, tax documents, licence renewals and financial statements).Screen Shot 2015-06-30 at 8.01.12 AM


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