The Marriage License Application is completed by individuals wishing to purchase a Marriage License in order to be married in Ontario. The form will only be accepted by completing the information and taking it in person to an Ontario Marriage License issuer. You will need to bring with you identification, such as a birth certificate (along with any change of name certificates), current passport, Record of Immigrant Landing or Canadian citizenship card, along with photo identification, for both the bride and the groom. Contact your City/Municipality Clerk’s Office for the location of the Marriage License Issuer nearest you and any further requirements.
- Marriage License application pdf.
- Who is allowed to perform a marriage in the province of Ontario
- Ontario Municipal offices
- Getting remarried in Ontario after a divorce
- Spousal name Change information
- Certificate application information
- Marriage Certificate Application form
- Online Certificate Application
- Online status inquiry for a marriage Certificate application in Ontario
(Further Inquires visit the Ontario Government web site.)
All specific questions related to Marriage Certificates and name change are handled through the city hall where the Marriage License was purchased or by contacting the Office of the Registrar General of Ontario (1.800.461.2156)
All Licensed Officiates are responsible to mail the completed Marriage License to Office of the Registrar General in Thunder Bay within 48 hours of your wedding. Audrey will fulfill this responsibility on your behalf.
The Record of Solemnization (tear off portion of the license) is given to each couple on the day of the wedding.
To receive your official Marriage Certificate YOU must apply for it 12 weeks following your wedding. If you do not apply for a Marriage Certificate, you will not receive one.
Audrey always follows the policies and procedures of the Ontario government.
Marriage Certificate Signing