- Site map
- Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
- RSS news feeds
- Content in electronic formats
Our website has been designed to provide you with different ways to find information, allowing you to quickly locate the documents, policies, initiatives, and pages that you are looking for.
Top navigation bar
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Links you to the main page of our website.
- Contact Us
Links you to information on how to contact us.
Links you to this page.
Links you to our search page.
Links you to the Government of Canada's primary website.
Side navigation bars
The side navigation bars, found on the left and occasionally right hand sides of web pages contain links to main sections of our website and corresponding subsections. These sidebars allow you to quickly access important sections of our website.
The breadcrumb trail, found just beneath the top navigation bar, shows where you are within the website and helps you to quickly navigate.Example:
Home > Publications > Guidelines > Guideline 2
If you need help finding your way around our site, consult the site map.
Searching can be as simple as entering a term or phrase on our search form.
However, if you require more precise search results, consult our search tips page.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
FAQ is a list of questions visitors frequently ask us.
RSS news feeds
Stay in touch by subscribing to an RSS news feed. The feed will include news releases, FINTRAC advisories, and speeches.
To subscribe click on the orange RSS graphic , copy the URL from the address bar of your browser and then paste it in the appropriate field of your RSS Reader.
Details are given about each of the news articles referenced in the news feed. You will see the time and date of publishing, the title, a brief summary and a link to the full text available on the FINTRAC's website.
To view RSS feeds on your computer, you will usually need to get an RSS Reader or an RSS web module.
There are numerous RSS Readers available for free download or for purchase on the Internet. Referring links to websites not under the control of the Government of Canada are provided solely for the convenience of users. The government is not responsible for the accuracy, currency or the reliability of the content nor does it endorse the sites and their content. (see also Terms and Conditions)
- RSS Readers for Windows
- RSS Readers for MAC
- RSS Readers for Linux
- RSS Readers for Handhelds
- Browser Based RSS Newsreaders
What is RSS?
A Rich Site Summary (RSS) or as some refer to it, Real Simple Syndication, is an XML-based format for content distribution in real time. FINTRAC's RSS feed allows you to read through the news you want, at your convenience.
Content in electronic formats
- About the PDF file format
- About the RTF file format
- About the SWF file format
- About the TXT file format
- About the XLS file format
About the PDF file format
To view a Portable Document Format (PDF) file you must have a PDF reader installed. If you do not already have such a reader, there are numerous PDF readers available for free download or for purchase on the Internet:
Alternatively, you can have a PDF file converted to HTML or ASCII text by using one of the conversion services offered by Adobe.
About the RTF file format
To view a RTF file, use the document conversion features available in most word processing software, or use a file viewer capable of reading RTF.
About the SWF file format
To view a Shockwave Flash (SWF) file you must have an SWF player installed. If you do not already have such a player, one can be downloaded from the following link:
About the TXT file format
To view a TXT file, use the document conversion features available in most word processing software, or use a file viewer capable of reading TXT.
About the XLS file format
To view a Microsoft Office Excel (XLS) file you must have an XLS reader installed. If you do not already have such a reader, one can be downloaded from the following link: