Our office can help you with many provincial issues, including Ontario elections information, the Family Responsibility Office, Workplace Safety and Insurance Board, the Ontario Disability Support Program and the Trillium Drug Plan. If you’re having trouble navigating a provincial issue, please reach out to our community office at 613-823-2116.
ServiceOntario is part of a Government of Ontario initiative created out of a desire to give Ontarians an easy, cost-effective way to access government services.Driver licences, plate stickers, health cards, birth certificates and other services provided by the Ontario Government.
Visit the website: Service Ontario
The Ontario Legislature Website contains information about all the MPP’s in Ontario, information on Bills and legislation current and past, information about the role of the speaker and other officers of the house and more. You can also watch a livesteam of the proceedings in the house on this website.
Visit the website: Ontario Legislature
Elections Ontario has a easy way for you to check what riding you are in to determine who is your MPP. Simply input your postal code and it will provide you with the name of your riding and representative.
Visit the website: Check your electoral district
If you have moved, you will need to change your address on record with the following Ontario services.
Change your address online: Change of address for health, natural resources, transportation
The Family Responsibility Office (FRO) collects, distributes and enforces child and spousal support payments. Here you can access commonly used forms for FRO, information for people receiving or paying support, information for employers and more.
Visit the website: Family Responsibility Office
The Assistive Devices Program (ADP) is a program offered by the Ontario Government designed to offer support and funding to Ontario residents who have long-term physical disabilities. ADP helps provide access to personalized assistive devices to help with basic needs, designed to enable people with physical disabilities to increase their independence though access to these devices.
Visit the website: Assisted Devices Program
The Workplace Safety and Insurance Board (WSIB) provides no fault workplace insurance and administers compensation for Ontario workplaces. For employers, WSIB coverage means that if a work-related injury occurs, you generally don’t need to worry about being sued by your covered workers. For employees, if you are ever injured or become ill because of your job, WSIB is designed to help give you the care and support that you’re entitled to under Ontario’s workplace safety and insurance system.
Visit the website: WSIB
The Workplace Safety Insurance Appeals Tribunal is designed to hear and appeal decisions from the WSIB in a fair and judicical manner.
Visit the website: WSIAT
The Landlord Tennant Board resolves disputes between landlords and tenants and gives them information about their rights and responsibilities. On the LTB website you will find many useful forms as well as information both for landlords and tenants.
Visit the website: Landlord Tenant Board
A Power of Attorney is a legal document that gives someone else the right to act on your behalf. The Office of the Public Guardian and Trustee has a Power of Attorney Kit that will help you appoint the person you want to make decisions for you when you are no longer able to do so for yourself.
Visit the website: Power of Attorney Form
The Ontario Registrar General has an Online Certificate Application center where you can apply for birth, death or marriage certificates for events that have been registered in Ontario.
Health Care Connect is a program that helps you find a doctor or nurse practitioner if you don’t have one. You can also use the program to change family health care providers, but only after you drop off your current family health care provider’s patient list.
Visit the website: Health Care Connect
The Trillium Drug Plan is a program designed to help Ontarians who have high cost prescriptions compared to their household income. This program is usually designed to help people who spend approximately 3 to 4% or more of their after-tax household income on prescription-drug costs and are not currently on the Ontario Drug Benefit.
Visit the website: Trillium Drug Plan
The Ontario Disability Support Program is an Ontario government program designed to help Ontario residents who are living with a disability who meet the eligibility requirements. ODSP provides financial assistance, benefits including drug and vision care, and employment supports.
Visit the website: ODSP
Ontario Works helps people who are in financial need by providing both financial and employment assistance. Financial assistance can include income support to help with basic needs as well as health benefits for OW clients and their families. Employment assistance can help clients find prepare for and maintain a job, including help with resume writing and interviewing, job counselling, job specific training and access to basic education.
Visit the website: Ontario Works