What time is Service Ontario Open?

COVID-19 Service Change: Modified hours – Mon, Wed 8:30am-7:30pm * Tue, Thu, Fri 9am-5pm
Toll-Free: 1-800-267-8097
Hours: Mon, Tue, Wed, Fri 9am-5pm * Thu 9am-7pm * Sat 9am-1pm
Website: www.ontario.ca/locations/serviceontario/dundas-at-…
Address: 245 Dundas St E, Unit 7 Waterdown, ON L0R 2H6 Map

How do I call Ontario service?

ServiceOntario Customer Experience Office ( CEO )

  1. Toll-free: 1-800-267-8097.
  2. Tel : 416-326-1234.
  3. Toll-free TTY : 1-800-268-7095.
  4. TTY : 416-325-3408.
  5. [email protected]

Can I renew just my Ontario health card online?

People across Ontario can now renew their photo health card online at ServiceOntario.ca/RenewCards. To renew a health card online, people in Ontario need: A valid driver’s licence to verify identity as a security measure. To have lived at the same address at least 90 days prior to renewing.

Does ServiceOntario accept cash?

In-person services Note: 12 ServiceOntario locations accept cash payments.

Can you email service Ontario?

By email. You can send a confidential message to [email protected] (Please don’t include any personal or financial information, for example your social insurance or credit card numbers.)

What if my health card expires Ontario?

Replacing a photo health card If your name and address has not changed, you can replace an unexpired lost, stolen or damaged photo health card by calling ServiceOntario at 1-800-664-8988 . To replace an expired photo health card after the renewal date, you must visit a ServiceOntario centre.

What are the hours of service regulations in Canada?

The Canadian hours-of-service rule limits driving to 13 hours a day within a 16-hour workday. Drivers must then be off duty for eight consecutive hours.

What are the hours of service rules?

The hours of service rules are the following: Rule 1: Once the duty period starts it runs for 14 consecutive hours after which the driver may not operate a commercial vehicle again until having another 10 or more consecutive hours off duty. Nothing stops the running of the 14 hour clock.

What are the hours of service regulations?

The Hours of Service regulations, as they apply to individuals carrying property (as opposed to passengers), prohibit truck drivers from driving more than 11 hours at a time, or to driver after being on duty for 14 hours. The difference in time reflects non-driving work duties, such as loading or unloading cargo and meal and rest breaks.