Your mother should contact the Vital Statistics Office or Registrar General of the province her husband died in.
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You can apply for your wife’s death certificate from her province of death’s Vital Statistics Office or Office of the Registrar General. Many provinces now offer online applications for your convenience.
It depends upon what you want to use it for. Often a “Proof of Death Certificate” signed by a funeral director is sufficient, but it may not be, you may require the Death Certificate issued by the provincial Registrar or Vital Statistics Office.
There is no such thing as early registration of death. The deceased has to be dead before you can apply for a death certificate.
You can get a copy of your father’s death certificate from the Registrar General or Vital Statistics Office of the province he died in. His will is another story – you will have to contact whoever is in possession of the will.
You will have to contact the registrar or Vital Statistics office of the province where he died. Death certificates are handled by the provinces.
You will need to contact the Directeur de l’etat civil: http://www.etatcivil.gouv.qc.ca/en/default.html
If you live in Ontario, for example, there are no restrictions on who can apply for a death certificate: https://www.orgforms.gov.on.ca/eForms/eForms_faq/start.do?lang=en#whoCanApplyDeathCert
So you can apply for your daughter’s father’s death certificate and then use that to apply for whatever it is your daughter needs.
No. If you need a certificate listing the cause of death you should apply for a Certified Copy of the Death Registration or Medical Certificate of Death from the province or the municipality, depending on the area.
Who can apply for a death certificate varies from province to province. Usually the next of kin must apply for a recent death. You need to check with the Vital Statistics registrar in the province where the death occurred.