Helps people understand and comply with the Human Rights Code. This Code protects people from discrimination. For more help, call one of the telephone numbers, email the address or visit the website below.
1-800-563-5808 / (709) 729-2709
Investigates complaints against members of the Royal Newfoundland Constabulary. A complaint has to be registered within six months of the alleged incident. Complaint forms are available at the website below. For more help call the number, e-mail the address or visit the website below.
This program provides people with legal services, including:
For more help call toll-free, email, or visit the web site below. Local office telephone numbers are listed on page 49.
1-800-563-9911 (24-hours a day)
Vital Statistics registers and certifies all births, deaths, and marriages in the province. It also registers adoptions and legal name changes and certifies clergy and civil authorities for marriage ceremonies. For more information, certificate applications, or a list of Government Service Centre locations call or email Vital Statistics or visit the website below.
Consumer interests and rights are regulated and protected under the Consumer Protection and Business Practices Act. Consumer affairs awareness and education services, including tips for seniors as well as telemarketing fraud and mail scam advice, are also available to help consumers make informed selections in the marketplace. For more information call the telephone number or visit the website below.
The Motor Registration Division is responsible for:
For more information, applications, online vehicle renewal, or a list of Government Service Centre locations call or email Motor Registration or visit the website below.
firstname.lastname@example.org (General Inquiries)
Investigates decisions, acts or omissions by the Provincial Government. This is done in situations where there are no other appeal options. For more help, call the telephone number, email the address or visit the website below.
(709)-729-7647 / 1-800-559-0079
Provides advocacy services on the rights and interests of children and youth. For more help, call one of the telephone numbers, email the address or visit the website below.
(709) 753-3888 / 1-877-753-3888
TTY: (709) 753-4366
There are parks and natural areas throughout the Province. To find out more about parks and natural areas in the province, or to make a reservation, call the number or visit the website below.
There are six Arts and Culture Centres located throughout the province that offer a wide variety of programming from the best that Newfoundland and Labrador has to offer to diverse artists from across Canada and abroad. These are located in St. John's (head office located on Prince Phillip Drive), Gander, Grand Falls-Windsor, Corner Brook, Stephenville and Labrador West. For more information, check the blue pages of the phone book or visit the Arts and Culture website below.^ Top of Page
The Rooms is home to the Provincial Museum, Provincial Art Gallery and the Provincial Archives. The Rooms has free admission every Wednesday evening from 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm. Students and seniors get a discount on admission price.
There are also seasonal branch museums in North West River, Grand Falls-Windsor and Grand Bank. For more information call the telephone number or visit the website below.
There are 12 Provincial Historic Sites that have Guides available. Admission is free on Sundays at 11 of the 12 Sites. Provincial Historic Sites are seasonal. For a full listing of these sites and contact information check the blue pages of the phone book or visit the website below.
Sport and Recreation Training Centres are located in Stephenville and Happy Valley-Goose Bay. Pools are located in Happy Valley-Goose Bay, Gander and Corner Brook. In Gander and Corner Brook pools are located in the Arts and Culture Centre. For more information, check the local phone book or visit the website below.