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New Brunswick - Vital Statistics
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Prince Edward Island - Vital Statistics
Québec - Registrar of Civil Status
Saskatchewan - Vital Statistics
Yukon - Vital Statistics Agency

Web-based resources to assist you in your job search

Looking for work can be more productive if you take advantage of the employment resources offered in the community and on the web. There are a number of web-based resources to assist you in your search:

  • Ontario Work Info Net (OnWIN) website specializes in providing links to work- and career-related websites in Ontario.

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Province of Ontario services
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Employment Ontario

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Employment Ontario helps residents acquire the training, skills and experience required to achieve their goals. At Employment Ontario, we connect jobseekers with employers who are hiring.

Job seekers

If you need help finding a job, putting together a résumé, improving your interview techniques, or upgrading your skills, Employment Ontario is here for you. We are your one-stop shop for all the help you need to find the job you’re looking for.

We offer job fairs, job postings, job matching, job retention services, and employment specialists who can provide one-on-one coaching. Visit us for assessment and referral to Employment Ontario programs such as Second CareerYouth Job ConnectionYouth Job Connection Summer, Ontario Job Creation Partnership, and Apprenticeship. The centre also offers free on-site childcare and free access to computers with Internet access, telephones, fax machines and photocopiers.


Visit our assessment centre to talk to an employment specialist in-person. This service is currently not available in-person due to COVID-19 closures.

  • 370 Catherine Street, 1st floor
  • 613-580-2424 ext. 14372
  • TTY: 613-238-0821
  • Free parking and free on-site child care

We are open Monday to Friday from 8 am to 4:30 pm. In June to September, we close at 4 pm. Bus routes: 4, 101. Visit the OC Transpo website for bus information. For more information, visit or call the Employment Ontario hotline at 1-800-387-5656 and talk to a counsellor in the language of your choice. People who are deaf or hearing impaired can call 1-866-533-6339.


Get help finding and hiring skilled employees. Learn about a number of financial hiring incentives available to employers. Our free services include:

  • Job postings
  • Screening and matching services
  • Job fairs
  • Experienced employment specialists
  • Information about the local labour market 
  • Job retention services
  • Apprenticeship information

Small, medium and large employers across Ontario can now apply for the Canada-Ontario Job Grant to invest in skills training for new and existing employees.

For more information on our services, contact us: