Easily sign and commission your documents online, secure and fast.
With our online video signing platform, your documents can be commissioned any time and anywhere that is convenient for you. Simply book an appointment below, or call us toll-free to find out more about our online commissioning service. Read our F.A.Q.
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HST Included in All Prices
Payment Types Accepted: Debit & Credit Cards Only (No Cash)
- $30: First Notarized Document, with Appointment
- $20: Per Additional Notarization
- Great value compared with $49 + HST at Red Seal Notary or $75+ PER document at most law firms!
- $60: Power of Attorney, Last Will & Testament, Separation / Divorce / Prenup Agreement
- $50: Document drafting service: Affidavit, Statutory Declaration, Invitation Letter, Last Will & Testament.
Walk-ins (without appointment) add $10 and only available during times shown at select locations below.
We can commission the following documents via online signing (but are not limited to!):
- Affidavits (any type) including OSAP Affidavits
- Statutory Declarations
- Recommended Consent Letter for children traveling abroad (commonly referred to as a travel consent letter)
- CCDC 9A – Statutory Declaration of Progress Payment Distribution by Contractor
- Delayed birth registration forms
- Application to amend birth registration
- Declaration affirming parentage
- Election to change of name of child under the age of 12
- Statutory declaration by an applicant to correct an error in registration
- Legal name change application
- Blank statutory declaration
- Insurance claims
- Common law status affidavits
- Special invitations to family members overseas
- Passport applications (in lieu of guarantor)
- Pension purpose attestations of recipient being alive and confirming their residency
- Residency document
- Lost passport
- Single status certificate
- Federal government permanent residency card applications
- Municipal Information Form (MIF) for liquor license
- Affidavit waiving vaccinations based on religious grounds
- and many more!
We cannot provide online signing / commissioning for the following:
- Certified true copies of original documents
- Last Will and Testaments
- Power of Attorney
- Separation Agreements / Divorce Agreements
Click here to book an in-person signing appointment for these documents.
What equipment do I need to use your online signing service?
Computer/laptop with webcam, or mobile device (phone, tablet) and internet connection.
How do I upload my documents and which file formats are accepted?
You upload your documents and ID in the online booking intake form. All files must be in PDF, JPEG, PNG format.
Can I upload multiple documents?
How do I sign a document electronically / digitally?
At your scheduled appointment time, you will be sent a link to electronically sign the document(s) using an online signing tool called SignNow. If you are using a computer/laptop, you can sign the documents using your cursor, or if your laptop is touchscreen compatible, you can use your finger or a stylus to sign as your would sign a paper document.
If you are on a mobile device (phone/tablet) you use your finger or a stylus/surface pen.
How do I receive the fully signed and commissioned document?
Once you have electronically signed the document, it will prompt the notary/commissioner to electronically countersign. When the notary is finished signing, the completed document is automatically sent to you for printing or forwarding.
What are the alphanumeric digits I see underneath my digital signature in the completed document?
As part of its robust security settings, SignNow automatically inserts a unique alphanumeric ID code underneath each signature in every completed document. This code is unique to each signature, and is logged in the SignNow audit trail (explained below). This code represents an additional layer of security and verifiability for your e-signed document.
What is the audit trail document I see attached to my completed document?
The SignNow signing platform automatically records all edits, text additions, and signatures made to your uploaded document, and logs the IP address of each user. This creates a verifiable audit trail which provides proof of who accessed the document file, and when.
How do I connect with the notary/commissioner for my appointment?
When you are finished booking, a confirmation email is sent to you which contains a link for Zoom, which is a free video conferencing service. If you opted to have your call via FaceTime or Whatsapp, the notary/commissioner will contact you at the scheduled appointment time at the phone number you provided.
Will you continue to offer online services after the pandemic has ended?
Yes. Notary Pro Canada is committed to making the document signing process as simple and secure as possible, for all Canadians. As more provinces permit and authorize electronic signing and commissioning, Notary Pro Canada intends to expand this service offering.
Can multiple people in different locations sign the same document online?
Yes. When you book your appointment, the intake form requests the full legal names and email addresses of any additional people required to sign the same document. Please identify who is signing and in which capacity (i.e. as a witness or a second signer).
Does Notary Pro Canada provide witnesses for online signings?
No. Please provide a witness or witnesses who are unrelated, if possible. If the notary can supply a witness, they will advise you accordingly. Remember, your friends or neighbours can witness and digitally sign a document via video from the comfort of their home, and do not need to physically join you. We fully encourage strict self-isolation measures due to the COVID-19 outbreak, and recognize it is not possible to invite friends or neighbours over to witness a document in person.