New ServiceOntario Centre Opening Soon In Goderich

    Centre Will Offer Direct And Guided Access To Government Programs,
    Services and Information

    GODERICH, ON, Aug. 23 /CNW/ - The McGuinty government is making it easier
for people to access a wide range of Ontario government services and
information with a new ServiceOntario centre in Goderich, Huron-Bruce MPP
Carol Mitchell announced today.
    "Ontarians told us they want fast, friendly and easy access to government
services," Mitchell said. "This new centre in Goderich will help ensure that
we're meeting the needs of this community and the surrounding region."
    The new centre - at 38 North Street - will be open in March 2008. Its
hours of operation will be Monday to Friday from 8:30 am to 5 pm.

    Some specific services available will include:

    -   Fishing and hunting licenses
    -   Park passes
    -   Big game draw applications
    -   Publications sales
    -   Landlord/tenant dispute applications
    -   Employment standards applications
    -   Land Registration Services
    -   General information and referral for government programs from the
        federal, provincial and municipal levels

    Public computers and staff guidance are also available to help customers
who need online access to services such as birth, death and marriage
certificates, business registrations, name searches and lien searches and

    Disponible en français


For further information:

For further information: Paul de Zara, Minister's Office, Office: (416)
327-3072, Cell: (647) 388-9671; Ciaran Ganley, Communications Branch, (416)

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