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Federal Institutions in Canada

 

  General Information - Inmate Phone Calls

 

  Cost of Calls from Federal Prisons in Canada

Direct dialed to long distance number in Canada:  $0.22 connection fee and $0.11/minute+tax. Maximum call duration is 60 minutes per call.*

Direct dialed to local number: $0.50 + tax per call. Maximum call duration is 60 minutes per call. Talk 5 minutes or up to 60 minutes, same price: $0.50 + tax*

*Rates subject to change

Sign up today to get a local phone number. When the inmate calls you on your local number, the inmate will pay only $0.50 + tax per call, up to 60 minutes duration per call, a savings of up to $6.32 CAN per call. The longer you talk, the more you save with a local number.

All numbers provided are verified and guaranteed to be a local call from the prison. (See Terms).

  What You Get:

SaveOnPrisonCalls has local numbers immediately available for most federal prisons in Canada. All numbers provided are guaranteed to be a local call from the prison.

Plans and Pricing

 

  Institutions

  Local numbers are available for the institutions listed in Green.
Institutions marked with an asterisk (*) indicates Plan 1000 is the only available plan.

Atlantic Region:

The Atlantic Region consists of four provinces: Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Prince Edward Island and Newfoundland and Labrador. The region operates 5 institutions (four for men and one for women).

Atlantic Institution

Dorchester Penitentiary

Nova Institution for Women

Shepody Healing Centre

Springhill Institution

 

Ontario Region:

The Ontario Region is responsible for 8 institutions (seven for men and one for women). Included in the male institutions is the Regional Treatment Centre. With the exception of the Beaver Creek/Fenbrook complex, Warkworth Institution and Grand Valley Institution for Women, all are located in the Kingston area.

Beaver Creek Institution

Collins Bay Institution

Joyceville Institution

Millhaven Institution

Warkworth Institution

 

Pacific Region

The Pacific Region consists of the province of British Columbia and the Yukon Territory. There are 8 institutions in the Pacific Region (seven for men and one for women).

Fraser Valley Institution for Women*

Kent Institution*

Kwìkwèxwelhp Healing Village*

Matsqui Institution*

Mission Institution*

Mountain Institution*

Pacific Institution/Regional Treatment Centre*

William Head Institution

*Plan 1000 is the only available plan for this location.

Prairie Region

The Prairie Region consists of the provinces of Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Alberta and Northwestern Ontario as well as the Northwest Territories. Within the region, there are 12 institutions (10 for men and two for women). Included among those institutions is the Regional Psychiatric Centre, which provides acute psychiatric care for both male and female offenders in the region.

Bowden Institution

Drumheller Institution*

Edmonton Institution

Edmonton Institution for Women

Grande Cache Institution

Grierson Centre

Okimaw Ohci Healing Lodge for Aboriginal Women

Pê Sâkâstêw Centre*

Regional Psychiatric Centre

Saskatchewan Penitentiary

Stony Mountain Institution*

Willow Cree Healing Centre

*Plan 1000 is the only available plan for this location.

Quebec Region

The Quebec Region operates 10 institutions (nine for men and one for women)

Archambault Institution

Cowansville Institution

Donnacona Institution

Drummond Institution

Federal Training Centre

Joliette Institution for Women

La Macaza Institution

Port-Cartier Institution

Regional Mental Health Centre

Regional Reception Centre