People often get confused between a Notary Public and a Commissioner for Taking Oaths.
A Notary Public certifies true copies and takes oaths of any kind that are recognized for domestic and international use and a Commissioner of Oaths is limited to taking oaths of any kind for domestic use.
NG is a Notary Public and Commissioner of Oaths and can certify true copies of documents, certify transactions and signatures in addition to commissioning documents and swearing oaths. Usually Notaries are members of law society and Commissioners are members of a legislative assembly, provincial judges, justices of the peace, certain officers of the government. Suffice to say, lawyers and paralegals are automatically a Commissioner for Taking Oaths by virtue of office, but not a Notary Public, however as a member of the law society we are permitted to apply to become a lifelong Notary public without any further examination by virtue of office.
See the list below for some examples of documents, there are many more different types of documents that require a commissioner or a notary that I can notarize for you.
Certification of Copies of Documents for domestic or international use
Consent to Travel Documents
Notarizing a Will
Name Change Applications
Power Of Attorney
Criminal Record Checks Notarization/Certificates
Affidavits of any kind
Statitory Declarations Domestic or Internation use
Witnessing of Agreements
Administering of an Oath of any kind
Ministry of Transportation Documents that require Swearing an oath