Ontario Gazette: place a notice
The Ontario Gazette is the Government of Ontario’s official publication for legislative decisions, proclamations of new statutes, all regulations made under Ontario statutes, and notices that ministries, agencies and other organizations are required to make public.
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In the Ontario Gazette, we publish all:
- proclamations issued by the Lieutenant Governor
- notices, orders, regulations and other documents, within the authority of the Legislature that require publication
- advertisements, notices and publications that are required from:
- the Crown
- any ministry of the Government of Ontario
- any public authority, or by any officer or person.
Any notices or information that do not meet these requirements, may still be published, at the discretion of the Queen’s Printer.
How to place a notice
If you are a new client, please contact us at
If you are submitting more than one notice for publication, please ensure that each notice is correctly identified on the form. English and French versions of a notice should be attached separately. We cannot accept attachments larger than 10MB.
Submissions are due by 3 p.m. on Thursday, 9 days before publication of the issue in which they should appear. Please allow an extra day for weeks with a statutory or government holiday.
We will email you to confirm we received your notice and to provide you with a date of publication. You can also confirm that your notice was published online.
Your first electronically submitted notice costs $75 for up to ¼ of a page.
Repeat insertions of the same notice cost $40 each. They must be ordered at the same time as the original.
Payment for private notices can be made by Visa or Mastercard or by cheque or money order payable to the Minister of Finance.
Payment by Ontario government ministries may be made by journal entry only.
Hard copy issues published before March 31, 2021 may be available through Publications Ontario. Individual hard copies cost $2.90.