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Canada Apostilles: Canadian Document Certification and Authentication

Canada Apostilles is an industry leader in legal document certification and authentication. Our office is experienced with all important legal document certifications and authentications including Apostilles, and Embassy / Consulate Legalizations. We offer international document certification Apostille services for all Canadian provinces and territories regardless of geographic location.

What is an Apostille? / Document Authentication?

An Apostille is a certificate that is often attached to a document after it has been certified by an authorized government official. Apostilles and authentication certificates are used to validate signatures, stamps, or seals on official documents. Court orders, contracts, vital records, and diplomas from educational institutions are just a few examples of such important documents.


The requirement for an authenticity certificate or an Apostille depends on the country in which the document is intended to be used. If the country where the document is to be used is a member of the 1961 Hague Convention, an apostille will be required.


Canadian Document Apostille Process

Canada officially joined the 1961 Hague Convention on January 11, 2024. Canada joining the Hague Apostille Convention means documents issued in Canada that will be presented in other signatory countries are now eligible for an Apostille. Hague Apostille Convention members in other destination countries should now accept apostilled Canadian documents.


Our Canada office can certify or authenticate any Canadian document anywhere in the world. Expedited processing services are available!

Our Services

Canadian Apostilles  and Document Authentication

Choose the Canadian province or territory of your document's origin





New Brunswick


Newfoundland & Labrador


British Columbia


Nova Scotia


Prince Edward Island


Northwest Territories


Canada (Federal)

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