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Commissioner of Oaths

The Clerk, Deputy Clerk and Treasurer are commissioners for taking your oath or solemn affirmation for an affidavit or statutory declaration. You can book an appointment with a Commissioner of Oaths by contacting the Municipal Office.

Before you make your appointment:

  • Please ensure that a Commissioner of Oaths can sign the document.
  • We are not Notary Publics and we cannot notarize documents.
  • Do not sign the document. You must sign it in front of the Commissioner.
  • You must bring the document and photo ID, such as a Drivers Licence. (Health Cards cannot be used as photo ID in Ontario).
  • We will not commission any document that is in any language other than English.
  • We have the right to refuse providing commissioning services for any document.
  • Some documents require the commissioner to know the person for a period of time. For example, pension documents.

Please ensure the Commissioner is aware of the type of document that requires the Commissioner’s signature. For example, Commissioners cannot commission a will, as that would be referred to a solicitor.

Commissioning of oaths fee can be found in our Fees and Charges By-law.

If you have any questions or concerns, please contact the Clerk at 1-833-793-3537 x 236.

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