If you are looking for help accessing provincial government services, you’ve come to the right place — our team can help! Here are some of the most common requests:
Affidavits and Declarations
We are pleased to be able to offer Commissioner of Oaths services free of charge. Contact our office to make an appointment.
We offer congratulatory certificates for residents celebrating a significant anniversary, birthday or other special
MPP Skelly can provide certificates for various occasions such as:
- Birthday Celebrations of 65 years or more (at 5-year intervals)
- Anniversaries of 25 years or more (at 5-year intervals)
- Awards Ceremonies
- Business Openings/Anniversaries
Our office can also arrange for certificates to be delivered from the Premier of Ontario and the Lieutenant Governor.
If you wish to order a certificate, please contact our office at (905) 679-3770 or email@example.com
Attend an Event
Invite me to attend your event and bring greetings on behalf of the Government of Ontario.
Help Accessing Government Services
We are pleased to be able to help you with any questions, concerns, or issues you may have accessing provincial government services such as health care, education, family & social supports, Workplace Safety and Insurance Board (WSIB), or Ontario Works.
Canada has different levels of government, each with explicit and implied authority. Federal, provincial, and municipal – they each have their own roles and responsibilities, and they generally cannot overrule another government’s jurisdiction.
Sometimes there is overlap. For example, The City of Hamilton handles local roads, paving, street lights, buses, and so on. Ontario takes care of provincial highways (for example, Highway 403) while the federal government takes care of national highways (for example, the TransCanada Highway). Different levels of government may provide funding for different governments’ projects, but the project remains a project of a specific level of government.
As a Member of Provincial Parliament, I can help you with items within Ontario’s jurisdiction. These are just a few examples:
- OSAP (Student loans)
- Hospitals and long-term care
- Schools (primary, secondary, and post-secondary)
- Birth, marriage, and death certificates and licences
- Regulated professions (teachers, doctors, realtors, veterinarians, accountants, engineers, pharmacists, lawyers, etc)
- Social assistance
- Driver’s licences and health cards
- Commissioner of Oaths
Municipal – talk to your local City Councillor
- Local transit (buses, taxis, etc)
- Roads (paving, street signs, speed bumps, etc)
- Property taxes
- Garbage collection
- Land use/zoning
Federal – talk to your local Member of Parliament
- National defence
- Foreign affairs
- Canada Post
- Employment insurance
- Commissioner of Oaths