Updates to CANS Programs & Services
As the COVID-19 outbreak continues to make its way through the province, CANS staff continue to work remotely.CANS offices in Sydney and Burnside will remain closed and in-person services suspended for the time being.
Safety is of the utmost importance to CANS. Our goal is to maintain a safe environment for both CANS staff, members and visitors to our office. We have been monitoring the outbreak for some time and have prepared as best we can to work remotely. That said, this global pandemic marks new territory for all of us. Please understand that there may be delays in CANS services during this time, but we are doing all that we can to keep any issues to a minimum.
How does this impact CANS Services?
During this time, CANS office — including access to CANS Business Centre — will remain closed to all CANS staff, members and guests. Please note that CANS staff are working remotely and all digital services (ie: tender library) are currently active.
CANS Education courses planned for April are postponed until a later date. Registered learners will be contacted by CANS staff with next steps.
Questions about CANS education courses?
Chantal Arsenault – Director, Policy & Workforce Development
Questions about CANS printing services, Commissioner of Oaths Services, or CCDC & CCA Documents?
CANS printing services, Commissioner of Oaths Services, and CCDC & CCA Document sales remain suspended for the time being. We are currently looking at alternatives for our in-person services and will update members as more information becomes available. New print orders made after Monday, March 16 at noon will be printed pending the reopening of CANS offices.
For more information contact:
Lesley Whynot – Manager, Projects and Information Services