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Website https://www.ontario.ca/faq/i-lost-my-wallet-how-do-i-replace-my-government-identification
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Located In Community Burlington
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Legal Status (30) Provincial Government ; (40) Federal Government
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Description (Service) This topic record describes how to replace documents when wallet is lost or stolen. 
 
It’s always a good idea to keep photocopies of your identification in a safe place because it can help if you need to replace your identification documents in the future. 
 
Notify: 
* your financial institution immediately to report your lost bank cards and credit cards 
* the Customer Service or Credit Department if you have lost a retail credit card or any other credit card (it may also be advisable to order a credit check six months later to ensure no new accounts have been opened) 
* your local police department to prevent any fraudulent use of your personal identification (be sure to obtain the report number and the badge number of the officer who takes the report) 
 
 
If you are unable to provide any proofs of identity or guarantor as shown below for replacement of documents: 
You can establish your identity for replacement of documents by swearing an affadavit before  
* a notary public 
* free public Commissioner of Oaths service at Centre for Skills Development and Training, for more information see here 
* Commissioner of Oaths at Burlington City Hall, Clerks Dept, 905-335-7600 ext 7803 (fee, available during selected hours only, for details see here)  
It may be useful to bring anything which shows your name, address etc (such as a piece of mail or utility bill) 
 
 
REPLACE THE FOLLOWING AT SERVICEONTARIO:  
(in Burlington, these are at 3455 Fairview St and 1250 Brant St) 
 
Ontario health card 
* red and white health card: bring three original documents from the Ontario Health Coverage Document List (one to prove citizenship/immigration status, one to prove residency in Ontario, and one to prove identity 
* photo health card: call ServiceOntario at 1-800-664-8988 
 
Ontario driver's licence 
* bring a personal identification document (verifying your name, date of birth and signature) 
* a temporary driver’s licence will be issued (new licence will arrive in the mail within 4 to 6 weeks) 
* fee applies 
 
Enhanced driver's licence 
* you will need to provide the police report or file number 
* bring your original birth certificate or other evidence of citizenship and a second piece of original identification to confirm your signature and identity 
* a temporary driver’s licence will be issued (new enhanced driver’s licence arrives by secure delivery or you can choose to pick it up at one of the designated ServiceOntario centres) 
* fee applies 
Note: a temporary driver’s licence cannot be used for entry into the U.S. 
 
Ontario photo card 
* complete the Ontario Photo Card application form available at a ServiceOntario centre 
* provide proof of legal name, date of birth, and signature 
* fee applies 
 
Ontario birth certificate (you should keep this certificate in a safe place and avoid carrying it in your wallet) 
* apply online (see here
* fee applies 
* if born outside Ontario, contact that province or country to replace your birth certificate 
 
 
REPLACE THE FOLLOWING AT SERVICECANADA:  
(in Burlington, 676 Appleby Line) 
 
Social Insurance Number (SIN) 
A new SIN may be issued only in situations where there is a proof that the SIN was used fraudulently 
* if you do not remember your SIN, you can refer to your income tax return where your SIN can be found 
* to to request a confirmation of your SIN, you must provide a valid primary document that proves your identity and legal status in Canada (plastic SIN cards are no longer issued, instead, you will receive a letter confirming your Social Insurance Number) 
* If the name on your primary document is different from the name you currently use, a supporting document is also required  
* Take required documentation originals only, no photocopies in person to Service Canada Centre (Burlington Centre is at 676 Appleby Line)  
* if everything is in order, SIN number/confirmation will be issued during your visit:
Hours Vary by program.
Areas Served Burlington
Eligibility No restrictions
Application Varies by program.
Languages English
Fees Service - for some, varies by service
Categories and Classification
Service Categories Birth Certificates

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