Frequently asked questions: general


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  • Where can I log into or get a ONe-key account?

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    A ONe-key ID is a unique electronic credential that allows you to securely access ONe-Key enabled government services. ONe-Key services include: Accessibility Compliance Reporting (ACR) Developmental Services Consolidated Information System Employment Ont
  • How do I enter my name online if it has letters with accents?

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    ensure  Num Lock  is on hold down the  Alt  key and type the number listed below using the Numeric Keypad on the right side of your keyboard when you release the Alt key, the character will appear ALT codes for accented letters Character Press Alt + type
  • Where can I find Ontario publications?

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    You can find books, maps and other government publications at ServiceOntario Publications. Our catalogues include: Occupational Health and Safety Building Codes and Guides Agricultural Publications MTO Driver's Handbook Series Ontario Parks Store Hea
  • How can I learn about new Vendor of Record opportunities with ServiceOntario?

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    If ServiceOntario initiates a new open, competitive process by issuing a Request for Proposals (RFP) regarding private ServiceOntario centres, the Request for Proposals will be available through (MERX), the online tendering system used by the Government o
  • What is a private ServiceOntario centre?

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    A private ServiceOntario centre is an office that is operated by an independent business owner (i.e. a service provider), under contract with the Ministry of Government Services, and provides most health card, and driver and vehicle services. 
  • Where can I find government telephone numbers?

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    You can search for Ontario government offices contact information and the Government of Ontario employee telephone directory though INFO-GO online.
  • How do I find a ServiceOntario centre?

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    You can use our service location finder to search for a ServiceOntario centre. Under the Quick Search option, choose the Visit a Centre button. You can then enter your postal code or municipality to see a map of the nearest service locations and the servi
  • What is the service location finder?

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    The service location finder is a search tool to help you find many Ontario government services and our ServiceOntario centres. The search results will display service details, information about your service options and a map view of location for direction
  • How do I search for a service?

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    You are able to search by keyword or browse by category by choosing a main category, a sub-category and an associated service.
  • How do you determine when a new private ServiceOntario centre is needed?

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    Opportunities to operate a private ServiceOntario centre usually become available when ServiceOntario’s contract with an existing service provider terminates, or when customer service demands exceed the capacity of the current ServiceOntario centres in a