A Government issued Manitoba Death Certificate is required as legal proof of death, to settle the estate of the deceased, and to claim pension and insurance benefits.Apply Online
You can apply for a Manitoba Death Certificate if you are:
Before applying, find out the type and format of the document required by contacting the organization to which you must submit it.
The Manitoba Death Certificate is available in large size only and contains the name of the deceased, date and place of death, age, sex, registration date and registration number.
A Photocopy of Registration is a certified photocopy of the original registration of the event. It contains all the information that appears on the Registration of Death, except that it does not show the cause of death.
Please Note: Legislation requires an application and/or certificate, along with a fee, for Vital Statistics to search records. A death certificate provides confirmation that the person died in Manitoba. If no death record is found, you will receive a letter advising you that a record is not available.
$69.00 per document
$166.00 per document (Courier – 2-3 days delivery in Canada)
*Courier to the USA 2-4 days
**International delivery 3-10 days and $50.00 extra.
Please Note: Fees listed above are inclusive of taxes and shipping costs. Delivery times are approximate and cannot be guaranteed. Applications may be delayed or rejected if inadequate information is provided or if there is a discrepancy between information provided and the government records. If no record of the death is found by Manitoba Vital Statistics, fees will be applied to the search cost and will not be refunded.
If you have not received your ordered Death Certificate within the expected timeframe, you may contact the Manitoba Vital Statistics Agency to check the status of your application.
Toll Free: 1-800-282-8069 (Manitoba only)