You can pay the Ontario government for “premium service” which speeds up the processing time to 5 business days.
Q&A Categories Archives: Canadian Birth Certificate FAQ
Your son is going to have to change the registration of birth, as it seems to have been changed when the adoption took place. He should read up on how to change it. He can call Manitoba Vital Statistics if he is having trouble: 1-866-949-9296.
You need to contact the Registrar for the country you were born in: England and Wales are handled by the same office, but Scotland and Northern Ireland have their own.
Contact the Registrar General or Vital Statistics Office to get your Canadian Birth Certificate.
You need to apply for a new birth certificate at your province’s Vital Statistics Office or Registrar General.
There is no federal vital statistics office. You need to contact the Quebec Directeur de l’etat civil. You do not need a SIN number to replace your birth certificate.
You should contact the Archives of Canada. If they don’t have the information then you will likely have to head down to Puerto Rico.
You do not need to an attorney to be present at your son’s birth. You can apply to the provincial registrar or vital statics agency once he is born for the birth certificate. Once you have the birth certificate, you can apply for his passport.