Court Services

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There is an ongoing labour disruption at Canada Post. Deadlines for filing and serving documents in accordance with the Rules of Civil Procedure will not be changed because of this disruption and must be followed.

Please consider any extra time needed to meet the deadlines under the Rules of Civil Procedure for filing and serving documents.

Please note that due to the ongoing labour disruption, some court documents may take longer to process and may be delivered to you in other ways (e.g., by email, fax, or courier).

If you are unable to drop off documents to the court in person, you may have to courier, fax or email them.

For more information, please contact your local court.

Court Services Division manages more than 250 court offices in communities across the province. These offices provide an essential public service. Court staff schedule court cases, maintain court records and files, collect fines and fees, enforce civil orders, provide justice information to the public, and facilitate the delivery of other justice services, including civil and family mediation programs, victims' services and legal aid services.

Court Services also provides administrative and courtroom support to all judicial officers in the Superior Court of Justice and the Ontario Court of Justice. Court staff manage the jury system and provide the courtroom clerks, court reporters, registrars and court interpreters required for court proceedings.

Court Information

Small Claims Court

Civil Cases

Divisional Court

Jury Duty

Policies and Procedures

Court Fees

Family Court

Commissioner for Taking Affidavits and Non-Lawyer Notary Public Appointments


Mandatory Mediation

Civil Case Management


Court Interpretation Services in Ontario

Ontario Courts Accessibility Committee