To view different Ontario government forms, visit the Ontario Central Forms Repository that has forms in formats such as PDF, HTML and Word, according to the Ontario Central Forms Repository. View forms on the site, fill them in on-screen, print and send by regular mail.
The repository contains the most current forms, but some forms are not on the site due to privacy and security concerns. The site provides an email address for use in the case of unavailable forms. It has a quick search and an advanced search option. Advanced search allows you to find forms using different selection criteria, such as the first letter of the form title, part of or the full form number, and a restricted search to a particular ministry, agency or program. Other advanced search criteria include a search limited to only newly published forms and a search using any words or phrases in the form title, explains the Ontario Central Forms Repository.
The help section provides detailed instructions on searching for forms, filling in PDF forms online and printing the forms. It also features a list of fields and their description, such as form number, which is a unique form identifier number, and program, which is the program to which a form belongs, as stated by the Ontario Central Forms Repository.