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Improving Access To Government Services In Milton

McGuinty Government Takes First Step To Full-Service Centre

Ministry of Government and Consumer Services

A new ServiceOntario centre that opened this month in Milton will offer a full range of services by next year.

Located at 2800 High Point Drive in suite 200, the new centre offers Milton residents health card services, fishing and hunting licenses and land registry services.

Driver and vehicle registration services will be offered in the new year. At that time, Milton residents will no longer need to visit the Oakville ServiceOntario location for these services.

The expansion of the Milton office is another step in ServiceOntario's plan to build a one-stop services network in which 95 per cent of Ontarians will be within 10 kilometres of a fully-integrated ServiceOntario centre.

Quick Facts

  • Access to health card services will expand from the current 27 OHIP offices to all 300 integrated centres.
  • Address changes, birth certificates and outdoors card renewals are just some of the services offered online at ServiceOntario.ca.
  • In rural communities, access to health card services will expand from two to 163 ServiceOntario centres. In northern communities, access to health card services will expand from six to 67 ServiceOntario centres.

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“I am delighted that Milton residents will soon be able to get health card, driver's licence, vehicle registration and other important government services at one location. Ontarians deserve excellent customer service and ServiceOntario is making it easier for people in this community.”

Honourable Harinder S. Takhar

Minister of Government Services

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