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    #PassportTip - Want to get a good passport photo? These videos offer tips for Canadians and photographers on how to take a proper Canadian passport photo of adults, toddlers, and babies: https://www.youtube.com/user/passportcan.
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    Need to apply for a new passport? Instead of printing off the application and filling it in by hand, you can type your information directly into the form and then print it, which has many advantages: • It can lower your chance of making mistakes. • It makes sure you have the most current application form. • It gives details and/or examples of what information is needed. • It may speed up your time at a Passport Canada office. Follow our simple step-by-step application guides online at: http://passport.gc.ca/info/index.aspx?lang=eng.
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    Need to apply for a passport? Check out our simple step-by-step guides online at http://passport.gc.ca/info/index.aspx?lang=eng.
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    Did you know? All children who travel, including newborns and infants, must have their own passport or travel document. Adults travelling with children may be asked to show evidence of parental/custodial and/or access rights, or provide proof that he or she has the consent of the parents, legal guardian, and/or the court to travel with the children. For more information about travelling with children, visit: http://travel.gc.ca/travelling/children.
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    Wherever you are, pause to honour the courage and sacrifices of the men and women who have served and who continue to serve our country #RememberThem
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