Our fair entry program lets you apply for multiple programs and services with one application. Your income will determine which subsidies you qualify for.
Not sure if you qualify? Apply to find out.
Starting April 2017, the cost of a Calgary Transit low income monthly pass will be provided on a sliding scale.
What subsidy programs are included?
Applying for Fair Entry
To apply for fair entry you will need to fill out the Fair Entry application form or large print version. Paper copies of the form can be picked up at the Municipal Building and Village Square Public Library drop off locations. As part of the application, you will need to prove your income.
If you have questions or need more information please call 311 or email FairEntry@calgary.ca.
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How do I prove my income?
Details about proving your income can be found in the application. The eight accepted proofs of income are:
- Assured Income for Severely Handicapped benefits (AISH)
- Alberta Works: Income subsidy/support
- Alberta Works: Learners
- Alberta Works (Alberta Health Benefit)
- Resettlement Assistance Program
- Independent youth letter
- Canada Revenue Agency: Notice of Assessment (Low Income Cut-Off)
- Letter from a Registered Social Worker (RSW)
Submitting your application
Applications can be submitted in the following ways:
- Dropped off at one of our drop off locations.
- Faxed to 403-268-2596
- Mailed to :
Fair Entry 8113
P.O. box 2100 Station M,
Drop off locations
*Note: Municipal Building location has been recently updated to this location
Fair Entry is an initiative that demonstrates our commitment to the values of Transforming Government by focusing on citizens and ensuring that Calgarians are at the centre of its service delivery. This program facilitates enhanced access to programs and services for all Calgarians regardless of their income.