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Birth Registration

Every baby born in Ontario needs to be registered with the province. The Notice of Live Birth form, is completed by qualified medical staff and submitted to ServiceOntario and the Statement of Live Birth form, is completed by parents of newborns. The completion of these two forms creates a birth registration.

You can register a birth online, in the first 12 months after a baby is born.


How to get old birth records

The Office of the Registrar General has records for births in Ontario over the past 95 years. For older records:


How to get a birth certificate from another province

Contact the Registrar’s Office for the province of birth.

This page was reviewed or revised on Monday, February 12, 2018 12:42 PM

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