By mail or fax: Download and complete the application form [PDF]. Can I make an amendment to a Birth Certificate? Most government vital record offices do not provide online ordering services or accept all major credit cards. If you do not have Acrobat Reader or need to upgrade your Acrobat Reader, please click on 'Get Acrobat Reader' to download this free program. Online: Fill out the online application form and pay the fee with your credit card 2. Applications for Birth, Marriage and Death certificates for the Province of Ontario are available. Telephone: 416-325-8305416-325-8305. Where to find the records. Deaths prior to 1980 may not be in electronic format.
for deaths that took place within the last 12 weeks. Deaths Prior to 1980: Service times listed above are approximations and are not guaranteed.
Online at FamilySearch - Registrations of deaths for 1869-1937 and registrations of deaths of Ontarians overseas for 1939-1947 are available on www.familysearch.org. Search Letter (Provides date of death when unknown) – $65.00 each. We also hold registrations of deaths of Ontarians overseas for 1939 to 1947. Learn about the browsers we support.
Due to the Coronavirus (COVID-19), processing times are impacted. urge all customers to order certificates as soon as possible. Changes cannot be made once an order has been placed.
Step 1 - Contact Information -Person applying for certificate restricted to Next of Kin (Spouse, Common Law Partner, Mother, Father, Daughter, Son, Sister, or Brother). We accept all major credit cards, money orders and cheques. You can also check the status of your application online. can be completed and therefore, rush service is not available. When applying for a Death There is no central repository in Canada for you to access vital records. SiteMap.
Instead, you must know the province or territory in which the event took place and then apply. Search Letters average 5 to 8 business days to be processed and delivered. Applications may be delayed or rejected if inadequate information is provided or Delivery times are approximate and cannot be guaranteed.
In person: To find the Service Ontario centre closest to you that handles death certificates, please call 1-800-461-2156 3. The registration takes approximately 12 weeks from the date of death to be completed. When you fill out the form, be careful to insert French symbols or accents to the name if required.