We'll accept any of the following documents as proof of age:
Ontario driver's license
Canadian citizenship papers
Affidavit regarding the entry of your date of birth in the family bible
Affidavit by a parent or older sibling stating your date of birth
Notice from an insurance company with your date of birth and stating it has obtained proof
If you wed outside of Ontario and can’t find your marriage certificate, we need an affidavit of your marital status. An affidavit is a written statement sworn before a Commissioner of Oaths or notary public, such as a lawyer.
If you divorced after 1984, we need a photocopy of either your divorce order or certificate of divorce. If you divorced before 1985, we need a copy of your decree absolute.
If you can't find your divorce papers, contact us.
This document is needed only if you’re receiving or have been approved for a disability pension from the Canada Pension Plan (CPP). Contact CPP directly to replace a missing notice or for more information.
We’ll accept documents in languages other than English and French if accompanied by a translation of the entire document.