Notary On the Go is committed to providing fast, convenient, and affordable Notary Public and Commissioner service through removing the complexities of legal services, making it an accessible and understandable experience for all.

We are available at your convenience 24/7. Email or call us any time to get your documents taken care of!

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Why do I need a Notary?

Notarizing your document helps prevent forgery and is one of the foremost ways used to avoid fraud in legal documents. In any legal proceeding, a Notary seal, if present on a document, will act as confirmation for the courts that the signatures were placed by a genuine person and not forged or fabricated.

Same-day appointments available.

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Quality Service

We are licensed with the Law Society of Ontario and are registered with Official Documents Services Canada

Wherever, Whenever!

We are always open! Just give us a call. If you can't come to us, we'll come to you!

No Hidden Fees

Our fees are crystal clear. Our services cost the same any time of day!
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Notary Public

A Notary Public is someone authorized by the government to administer oaths and declarations. They verify the identity of the signing parties and their signatures on the documents required. After witnessing signatures, the Notary Public signs and seals the documents with their official seal.

What is an Affidavit?

An Affidavit is a sworn statement from an individual that is declared to be true. It is an oath to the truth which must be witnessed and signed by a commissioner for taking oaths in Ontario.

Notarized/True Copy

The title kind of gives it away here... to get a notarized or true copy of a document, the notary must compare the original document to the copy and verify its accuracy.

Statutory Declaration

Similar to an affidavit, a statutory declaration is a written declaration of facts. However, rather than a sworn oath, this declaration is administered by the Notary Public.

Letters of Invitation

This is required when inviting a guest to Canada. A Notary administers an oath/affirmation, witnesses the party’s signature, and notarizes the document.


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Who can join?: Any lawyer or paralegal in good standing with the Law Society, or qualified individual duly appointed as a notary public. We are growing and are open to applicants across Ontario.