Residents Portal | Online Services




Business


Reserve your business name

File your name reservation online with the Companies Office.


Apply and pay for gas permits

Apply and pay online for permits needed before installing new and replacement gas and oil burning equipment.


TAXcess

TAXcess is an online service that allows businesses to file, pay, and view their Manitoba business tax accounts.  It’s simple, secure, and available 24 hours a day.


Businesses can register for a tax account, file their retail sales tax and monthly health and education tax returns, as well as browse their tax account activity for the last 24 months, all online with TAXcess.


TAXcess also allows electronic, pre-authorized payment* of the following taxes: 


  • retail sales tax (RST)

  • health and education levy (HE) 

  • corporation capital tax (CCT)

  • fuel tax

  • International Fuel Tax Agreement (IFTA)

    *all payments must be made in Canadian dollars.


AccessManitoba

Access multiple provincial government programs and services for you or your business online.


Online Child Care Registry – For Centre and Home Providers

The Online Child Care Registry is a tool for licensed early learning and child care providers in Manitoba to manage their wait lists.


Child Care Online for Centre and Home Providers

Once you are logged in, you will have access to the following options: facility reports, board of directors (for centres), record of child care employees (for centres), record of Child care residents (for homes), licensed child care information and submissions.

Adult Abuse Registry

Adult Abuse Registry helps to protect vulnerable adults by allowing employers to screen potential employees and volunteers who want to work with vulnerable people. Under certain circumstances, an employer or organization can access the Registry to determine whether persons who will work with vulnerable adults or will have unsupervised access to vulnerable adults are listed on the Registry. Any person may apply for a Adult Abuse Registry check online to determine if his or her name is listed on the Registry.

Child Abuse Registry

Child Abuse Registry helps to protect children by allowing employers to screen potential employees and volunteers who want to work with children or will have unsupervised access to children. Under certain circumstances, an employer or organization can access the Registry to determine whether persons who will have the care of children or have unsupervised access to children are listed on the Registry. Any person may apply for a Child Abuse Registry check online to determine if his or her name is listed on the Registry.


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Education and Training


Get help starting or changing your career

Need help in either starting or changing your career? Use this site to help you make decisions on which paths to choose.


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Employment


Find a job with the provincial government

Find a job or career you want with the Manitoba Civil Service.  We have careers in finance, human resources, law, corrections, information technology, health, social services, engineering, policy, administration, management, transportation, education, trades science and more.


Find students job with the provincial government

STEP Services is the provincial government’s central employment referral program for high school and post-secondary students seeking work in government departments, special operating agencies and Crown corporations. STEP Services provides students with full and part-time jobs, career-related work experience and promotes careers in Manitoba’s civil service.


Manitoba Healthcare Providers Network

Find a job or career you want with the health care field.


Job Bank

Find jobs posted daily by employers from across Manitoba and Canada.


Job Referral Service

Access job opportunities currently available with the online Job Referral Service.


Search for Doctor job opportunities

If you are a doctor looking for professional challenge and outstanding quality of life, consider the complete package offered by Manitoba.


Resumé and Cover Letter Builder

This tool will help you write an effective resumé and cover letter that are targeted to the job, clearly written, and visually appealing.


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Environment


Environment Public Registry

The online Environment Public Registry provides access to all public registry files for projects undergoing environmental assessment under The Environment Act, licensing under The Dangerous Goods Handling and Transportation Act, and other activities which require posting in Sustainable Development’s public registry system. The three tables of the public registry include projects currently open for public comment, projects in process and completed projects.


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Families


Online Child Care Registry – For Families

The Online Child Care Registry helps families find, and apply for a space in licensed Manitoba facilities. By registering below, you will be able to:


  • find licensed facilities that meet your needs

  • add your child(ren) to several facility wait lists at one time

  • update your contact information and information about your child care needs, which will be immediately accessible to all facilities you have registered with

  • learn more about licensed facilities in Manitoba


 


Change your address

Notify multiple organizations of your move at manitobaddresschange.ca.


Child Care Subsidy

To qualify for child day care subsidies, parents must show a need for child care and family income must be below a certain amount. Before applying for the Child Care Subsidy, it is advisable to work through the online Subsidy Eligibility Estimator to see if you’re eligible.

Subsidy Estimator

Apply for a subsidy


Adult Abuse Registry

Adult Abuse Registry helps to protect vulnerable adults by allowing employers to screen potential employees and volunteers who want to work with vulnerable people. Under certain circumstances, an employer or organization can access the Registry to determine whether persons who will work with vulnerable adults or will have unsupervised access to vulnerable adults are listed on the Registry. Any person may apply for a Adult Abuse Registry check online to determine if his or her name is listed on the Registry.

Child Abuse Registry

Child Abuse Registry helps to protect children by allowing employers to screen potential employees and volunteers who want to work with children or will have unsupervised access to children. Under certain circumstances, an employer or organization can access the Registry to determine whether persons who will have the care of children or have unsupervised access to children are listed on the Registry. Any person may apply for a Child Abuse Registry check online to determine if his or her name is listed on the Registry.


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Grants


Manitoba Grants Online

Manitoba Grants Online is a new single-stop portal for non-profit organizations. It currently features a variety of grants from Municipal Relations, Agriculture, Sustainable Development and Sports, Culture and Heritage.


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Health


Manitoba Health Registration Form

Register for Manitoba Health Care Coverage.


Notice of Change Form

Request a replacement Health card or report changes including an address change.


Estimate your pharmacare deductible

Estimate the pharmacare deductible for the current benefit year.


Calculate residential care charges

Calculate the daily residential charge for personal care services and charges.


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Housing and Property


Access survey plans available at the Land Titles Office

The Surveys Index provides you with access to a database of survey plans available at the Land Titles Office.


Search the Residential Tenancies Orders System

A registry of final Orders, issued to both tenants and landlords by the Residential Tenancies Branch and Commission is available online by subscription.


Change your address 

Notify multiple organizations of your move at manitobaddresschange.ca.  


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Immigration


Immigrate to Manitoba   

Skilled workers can now apply to immigrate to Manitoba using the Manitoba Provincial Nominee Program Online application (MPNP Online).  Applicants using this tool will be able to: predetermine their eligibility; connect to pre-arrival services like labour market and English-language services; and reduce the processing time for complete applications.


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Laws & Justice


Fines and traffic tickets

The online fine payment website is a secure service where you can pay your fines and traffic tickets with Visa or MasterCard.  Only full payments can be made online.


Search Manitoba Laws

An online site which contains all the laws of Manitoba, describes the types of laws and how they come into force.


Search court records

A computerized registry that contains records of documents filed and hearings scheduled for various courts.


Bike Helmet Safety Course

On May 1st, 2013 a law took effect in Manitoba that mandates the use of bicycle helmets for cyclists under the age of 18. If you are under 18, and not wearing a bike helmet while cycling, or are a parent or guardian of someone under 18 that is not wearing a bike helmet while cycling, you can be ticketed under the Highway Traffic Act. This law also provides an alternative to paying a fine, for cyclists who have received their first ticket for not wearing a helmet. They can take the Manitoba Bike Helmet Safety Course and have their fine dismissed.


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Outdoors and Parks


Elicensing

Elicensing Manitoba elicensing is a online service for the sale of hunting and fishing licences, park vehicle permits and other permits. Using the elicensing system, you will be to create a customer profile, purchase and pay online for permits and licenses. There will also be the option to purchase licences and permits from Manitoba Conservation and Climate offices around the province The Parks Reservation Services is an easy way to make sure you enjoy your favorite campsite, cabin, yurt or group use area this season.


Reserve a Manitoba Parks campsite

The Parks Reservation Services is an easy way to make sure you enjoy your favorite campsite, cabin, yurt or group use area this season.


Purchase detailed Canadian maps

A one-stop shopping site for detailed Canadian maps. Maps available to guide you as you fish, sail, paddle, hike cycle or drive your way across Canada.


FireView Interactive Map

The FireView map illustrate the location and status of current wildfire activity in Manitoba. It is updated several times a day during the active fire season.


Provincial Fire and Travel Restrictions

Open fires are prohibited from April 1 to November 15 annually except under a burning permit or in enclosed approved firepits such as grated campfire pits in provincial parks. Restrictions are limits placed on any activity that has the potential to cause a wildfire under the current or forecasted fire danger conditions.


Current Municipal Burning Restrictions Map

The Municipal Burning Restrictions map illustrate the location and status of current Municipal Burning Restrictions in Manitoba. Restrictions are limits placed on any acitivity that has the potential to cause a wildfire under the current or forecasted fire danger conditions.


Drinking Water Advisories Map

Drinking Water Advisories in Manitoba map below illustrates the locations of Boil Water Advisories (BWA) and Water Quality Advisories (WQA) issued for both Public Water Systems (PWS) and Semi-Public Water Systems (SPWS).


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Taxes


TAXcess

TAXcess is an online service that allows businesses to file, pay, and view their Manitoba business tax accounts.  It’s simple, secure, and available 24 hours a day.


Businesses can register for a tax account, file their retail sales tax and monthly health and education tax returns, as well as browse their tax account activity for the last 24 months, all online with TAXcess.


TAXcess also allows electronic, pre-authorized payment* of the following taxes: 


  • retail sales tax (RST)

  • health and education tax (HET) 

  • corporation capital tax (CCT)

  • fuel tax

  • International Fuel Tax Agreement (IFTA)


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Transportation



Fines and traffic tickets

The online fine payment website is a secure service where you can pay your fines and traffic tickets with Visa or MasterCard.  Only full payments can be made online.


Highway Information

Get the latest information on road conditions on Manitoba highways.  You can also call 511 toll free or follow @MBGovRoads on Twitter for information.

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