Centre Will Offer Fast And Easy Access To Government Information and
TERRACE BAY, ON, Sept. 5 /CNW/ - The McGuinty government is making it
easier for people to access a wide range of services and information from the
Ontario government with a new ServiceOntario centre in Terrace Bay, Thunder
Bay-Superior North MPP Michael Gravelle announced today.
"Ontarians told us they want fast, friendly and easy access to government
services," Gravelle said. "This new centre in Terrace Bay will help ensure
that we're meeting the needs of this community and the surrounding region."
The new centre will be open in early October 2007 and will be at 1004
Highway 17. It will be open Monday to Friday from 8:30 am to 5 pm.
Some specific services available will include:
- Fishing and hunting licences
- Big game draw application submissions and Ontario park passes
- Birth, marriage and death certificate application submissions
- Government publications
- Commissioner of oaths
- Access to government contact centre
- Landlord/tenant dispute applications
- Finance tax drop box to pay Employer Health Tax, Corporations Tax and
Retail Sales Tax
- Employment standards applications
- General information & referral for all government programs (including
federal and municipal).
Public computers and staff guidance are also available to access online
services such as birth, death and marriage certificates; business
registrations and business name searches.
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For further information:
For further information: Greg Dennis, Minister's Office, Office: (416)
327-3072; Ciaran Ganley, Communications Branch, (416) 325-8659