If your handset supports all active frequencies that is great news, but you still need to work through the rest of the list of things to look into. Also, if you know anyone local with an unlocked 900F S5 phone, try your SIM in their phone.
Specs for Israeli 900F and Canadian 900W8, differences in bold.
You need to confirm that your carrier does not use the missing frequencies i.e. B8 (3G GSM 900) & B20 (LTE 800)
2G GSM B8 (GSM 850MHz), B10 (E-GSM 900MHz), B13 (DCS 1800MHz), B14 (PCS 1900MHz)
3G UMTS B1 (IMT 2100MHz), B2 (PCS 1900MHz), B5 (US 850MHz Cellular), B8 (GSM 900MHz)
4G LTE B1(2100), B2(1900), B3(1800), B5(850), B7(2600), B8(900), B20(800)
2G GSM B8 (GSM 850 MHz), B10 (E-GSM 900 MHz), B13 (DCS 1800 MHz), B14 (PCS 1900 MHz)
3G UMTS B1 (IMT 2100 MHz), B2 (PCS 1900 MHz), B4 (AWS)
, B5 (US 850 MHz Cellular)
4G LTE B1 (2100), B2 (1900), B3 (1800), B4 (AWS)
, B5 (850), B7 (2600), B8 (900), B17 (700)