What ID do I need for a Canadian mortgage?

This is a list of all the personal identification you'll need when you're applying for any sort of mortgage transaction in Canada.

Any one of the following

Canadian driver's license
Canadian passport
Foreign passport
Provincially issued identification card
Permanent Resident Card
Certificate of Canadian citizenship (with photo)
Certificate of First Nation's status (with photo)
United States driver's license

Or any two of the following

Canadian birth certificate
Social Insurance Number card
Citizenship/immigration form
Certificate of Canadian citizenship (without photo)
Permanent Resident Card
Certificate of Canadian citizenship (with photo)
Certificate of Naturalization
Old Age Security card

Or a combination of

Any one of these
Canadian birth certificate
Social Insurance Number card
Citizenship/immigration form
Certificate of Canadian citizenship (without photo)
Permanent Resident Card
Certificate of Canadian citizenship (with photo)
Certificate of Naturalization
Old Age Security card
And any one of these
Employee identification card
Credit card from a Canadian banking institution
Debit card from a Canadian banking institution
Canadian university/college student card (with photo)

Who will need to see my ID?

Your mortgage broker
Your mortgage lender (your broker will forward your ID to them)
Your real estate lawyer (when it's time to do the actual mortgage transaction)