But it isn't a government site.
All "government" sites have either one or both of the following:
- an address with .gov (or some variant like .on.ca)
- prominently displayed Government of Canada logo (or provincial logo)
Housing Connections is a private, non-profit organization which just happens to receive government funding. The fact that their site doesn't work with a particular browser doesn't mean anything to most people. The number of people who want to fill out those forms from Linux would only make up 0.000001% of the Canadian population (assuming +30 people actually want to).
So you see why its not worth their while to make things Linux compatible.
Us Canucks have much bigger issues to deal with at the moment