Government LOST YOUR
ONTARIO BIRTH CERTIFICATE
Ontario Birth Certificate
What to Do
If you were born in another province ( http://tinyurl.com/5n3ut7) or country
Service Ontario (http://tinyurl.com/6huln2) , you will need to contact that province or country in
www.serviceontario.ca order to replace your birth certificate. Contact the Ministry of Government
Services for more information.
Have you lost your wallet?
There are steps you can
take to protect yourself: Protect your identity and your birth certificate -
Contact your local police
to let them know it is Ontario birth certificate - http://tinyurl.com/5ep2to
Contact your financial
institutions and credit ONTARIO DRIVER’S LICENCE
card companies so they
can cancel your cards.
Contact government Ontario Driver's Licence
offices to report your
lost government You will be required to provide proof of identification
identification and cards.
Visit the "Certificates, (http://www.drivetest.ca/en/license/HowToApply.aspx) to pick up a
Licences and Other replacement Ontario Driver's Licence. Go to your nearest Driver and Vehicle
Cards" Licence Issuing Office (http://tinyurl.com/5w27h4 ) or contact the Ministry of
Transportation for more information.
b )section for
information on the Ministry of Transportation -
following cards: http://www.mto.gov.on.ca/english/dandv/driver/replace.htm
- Credit Card Companies
- Ontario Birth
Certificate ONTARIO HEALTH CARD
- Ontario Health Card
- Social Insurance
Number Ontario Health Card
- Ontario Driver's
You will need three pieces of identification in order to replace your Ontario
- Canadian Passport
- Status Card Health Card. For information contact your local Ministry of Health and Long-
- Canadian Citizenship Term Care office. Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care -
- Immigration Record of
- Permanent Resident
- Bring your ID card
- Outdoors Card Visa Lost Card web site: http://www.visa.ca/en/personal/lostcard.cfm
- OAS (Senior's Card)
- Firearms Licence /
- Pleasure Craft Operator
MasterCard Lost Card web site:
American Express Lost Card web site:
SOCIAL INSURANCE NUMBER
Social Insurance Number
You will need a primary document (http://www.servicecanada.gc.ca/en/sin/apply/proof.shtml )in order to
get a replacement Social Insurance Number (SIN) card. If the name on your primary document is different
from the name you currently use, a supporting document
(http://www.servicecanada.gc.ca/en/sin/apply/proof.shtml )will also be required. Contact Service Canada
(http://www.servicecanada.gc.ca/en/sin/lost/replace.shtml) about how to replace your SIN card.
Service Canada - http://www1.servicecanada.gc.ca/en/gateways/where_you_live/menu.shtml
You will need an original document proving Canadian citizenship in order to replace your passport. For
more information, contact the Department of Foreign Affairs Canada.
The Department of Foreign Affairs Canada - http://www.ppt.gc.ca/planification/203.aspx?lang=eng
CANADIAN CITIZENSHIP CARD
Canadian Citizenship Card
You will need two pieces of identification in order to get a citizenship card. Contact Citizenship and
Immigration if you require more information.
Citizenship and Immigration Canada http://www.cic.gc.ca/english/information/applications/certif.asp
OAS (SENIOR’S CARD)
OAS (Senior's Card)
You can replace your Old Age Security (OAS) Card without any identification but you will need to know
your Social Insurance Number (SIN).
OAS (Senior's Card) http://www1.servicecanada.gc.ca/eng/isp/oas/oasidcard.shtml
PERMANENT RESIDENT CARD
Permanent Resident Card
Refer to the Document Checklist for information on obtaining a replacement Permanent Resident Card
Permanent Resident Card (PR Card) Application Form