The roles of Legislative Service/Clerk include the preparation and circulation of Council documents and maintaining the original copies of all by-laws and minutes of Council. The Director of Legislative Services/Clerk is responsible for requests under the Municipal Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act and for the conduct and administration of Municipal elections. The Director of Legislative Services/ Clerk issues marriage and lottery licenses. The Legislative Services/Clerk’s office also has a Commissioner of Oaths for signing affidavits and statutory declarations. There is a $15.00 fee for this service and government issued photo ID is required. The Legislative Services/Clerk's office also provides Council meeting videos at a cost of $35.00.
Director of Legislative Services/Clerk
(519) 538-1060 ext. 1115
(519) 538-1060 ext. 1112
(519) 538-1060 ext. 1133
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To get married in Ontario, you must first complete a marriage licence application form. The Marriage Licence Fee is $135.00 (non-refundable), payable by cash, Visa, MC or debit. No cheques please.
Applicants are encourage to set up an appointment for the licence to be issued on the same day, providing that the information is complete and correct.
A marriage licence is valid anywhere in Ontario for a period of 90 days from the date of issuance.
WHO MAY APPLY
A marriage licence can be issued to either one or both parties named on the application. At least one party must be present to obtain the licence. Both individuals must sign the completed marriage licence application form, and the absentee party must provide their original identification for the licence to be issued.
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Ontario’s Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act (Provincial Act) and the Municipal Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act (Municipal Act) give you the right to request access to government-held information about you. It is the responsibility of the Information and Privacy Commissioner of Ontario to ensure your right of access is protected.
Under the Ontario Livestock, Poultry and Honey Bee Protection Act (LPHBPA), livestock and poultry producers are entitled to make claims to their local municipality for livestock losses attributable to attacks by wolves, coyotes or dogs.
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