What is a Canada People Finder Search?
A Canada people finder
search is a skip tracing tool that allows Canadian residents to access over 17 million
records that cover all of the adult population in the Canadian territories.
These territories include Alberta, British Columbia, Manitoba, New Brunswick,
Newfoundland and Labrador, Nova Scotia, Ontario, Prince Edward Island, Quebec,
Saskatchewan, and Northwest Territories' three territories Nunavut, and Yukon.
Our records are updated monthly.
What is included in a Canada people finder search?
When conducting a Canada people search, you can find information that includes names,
addresses, cities, provinces, age, gender, income, own/rent, education, spoken languages,
class types, and more. With this search tool, you can search by name,
with optional fields like city and province to narrow down your search. All data is collected through public data.
What are the uses of a Canada people finder?
Using our Canada people finder tool has many uses. You use this tool to find family members and contact them.
This tool can also be used for commercial use, like verifying an individual's credentials.
This can be used for confirming an employee's address, occupation, and more. Note:
This tool is not designed for criminal misuse, which includes stalking of any kind and more.
Who can use the Canada people finder tool?
As this service is considered a public record tool, anyone can use this tool.
How often is the Canada people finder search records are updated?
We update our records monthly.
How much does it cost to perform a Canada people finder search?
$15 per search.