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Birthday and Anniversary Greetings

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Record #: OAK4101 Last Full Update: 26 Jun 2013
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Websitewww.lt.gov.on.ca/en/Inquiries/greetings.asp
Agency Information
Parent Agency NameGeneral Topics and Information
Service Level(30) Provincial Government ; (40) Federal Government
Service Information
Service DescriptionIf someone is celebrating a special birthday or wedding anniversary, you may wish to request congratulatory greetings for the occasion. If you wish to receive greetings from several sources, please contact the office of your local MPP or MP to have orders placed on your behalf.  
 
Her Majesty the Queen  
Since 1917 the Sovereign has sent greetings to Canadians for milestone birthdays of 100, 105 or more, and to couples celebrating 60, 65, 70, 75 or more years of marriage. Upon request, greetings are sent on behalf of The Queen from the Office of the Secretary to the Governor General. 
To request a greeting from The Queen, complete the appropriate Greeting Form and send it to: 
Anniversaries Section, Rideau Hall 
1 Sussex Drive 
Ottawa, Ontario 
K1A 0A1 
Or by phone 613-993-2913 or 1-800-465-6890 * fax 613-993-8164  
 
Provide a photocopy of a birth or wedding certificate and allow 6-8 weeks notice 
 
The Governor General of Canada 
The Governor General sends greetings upon request to Canadians celebrating birthdays of 90, 95, 100 and over, and to couples who have been married for 50 years or more. 
To request a greeting, complete the appropriate Greeting Form and send it to:  
Rideau Hall 
1 Sussex Drive 
Ottawa, Ontario 
K1A 0A1 
Or by phone 613-993-2913 or 613-993-8164 * fax 613-990-7636 * e-mail anniv@gg.ca 
 
Provide a photocopy of a birth or wedding certificate and allow 8 weeks notice 
 
The Lieutenant Governor of Ontario 
The Lieutenant Governor sends greetings upon request to Ontarians celebrating birthdays of 90 or more, and to couples celebrating wedding anniversaries of 50 years or more. 
To request a greeting, complete the appropriate online Greeting Form and send it to: 
Office of the Lieutenant Governor of Ontario 
Room 131, Legislative Building 
Queen's Park 
Toronto, Ontario 
M7A 1A1 
Or by phone 416-325-7780 * fax 416-325-7787 * e-mail lt.gov@ontario.ca 
 
Allow 6 weeks notice 
 
The Prime Minister of Canada 
The Prime Minister sends greetings upon request to Canadians celebrating birthdays of 65 and over, and to couples marking wedding anniversaries of 25 years or more. 
Congratulatory forms available on Prime Minister's Website 
Or contact: 
Executive Correspondence Services, Congratulatory Message 
Room 105, Langevin Block 
Ottawa, Ontario 
K1A 0A2 
Fax 613-941-6901 * e-mail: pm@pm.gc.ca 
 
Allow 6 weeks notice 
 
The Premier of Ontario 
The Premier sends congratulatory certificates upon request to Ontarians celebrating birthdays of 80 years or more; couples marking wedding anniversaries of 40 years or more; and to others on a variety of milestone occasions. 
To arrange for a certificate, visit the Premier’s website. Certificate Request Forms available online 
Or contact: 
Premier's Correspondence Unit 
Room 4620, Whitney Block 
99 Wellesley Street West 
Toronto, Ontario 
M7A 1A1 
Or phone ServiceOntario: 416-325-3777 * TTY: 1-800-387-5559 * fax: 416-325-3745 
 
Allow 3 weeks notice 
 
The Mayor of Oakville  
The Mayor will send congratulatory messages to individuals, organizations and businesses who are celebrating a milestone birthday, anniversary, residency or official opening of a business. Certificates will be sent to individuals, groups or teams who win an elite competition (provincial, national or international) or other similar acclaim. Certificates are also presented to individuals or groups who have contributed to the well-being of the Town through cultural or community service. 
Contact: 
Office of the Mayor 
Town of Oakville 
1225 Trafalgar Road 
Oakville, Ontario L6H 0H3 
 
Or phone: 905-338-4173 * fax 905-815-2001 * e-mail: hmckenzie@oakville.ca 
 
Allow 3 weeks notice 
 
 
The Mayor of Burlington 
The Mayor will send congratulations or certificate to Burlington individuals, organizations and businesses celebrating a milestone birthday, anniversary, opening of a business or other significant achievement. To arrange for a letter or certificate go to the Mayor's website: congratulatory letter
Or contact: 
Office of the Mayor 
Box 5013 
426 Brant Street 
Burlington, Ontario 
L7R 3Z6 
Or phone 905-335-7607 
 
Allow 4 weeks notice 
 
The Mayor of Milton  
The Mayor will send congratulatory messages to Milton residents, organizations and businesses who are celebrating a milestone birthday, anniversary or other significant achievement. 
 
Contact: 
Office of the Mayor 
Town of Milton 
905-878-7252 ext 2104  
 
The Mayor of Halton Hills 
The Mayor will sent congratulatory messages to Halton Hills residents celebrating a 75th birthday (or older) or an anniversary (50 years or more). To arrange for a letter, to to: congratulatory letter
 
Or phone: 905 873-2601 
 
Allow 2-3 weeks notice
Areas ServedCanada
LanguagesEnglish
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