Provincial and Territorial
Child Support Information

ALBERTA
Edmonton Family Law Information Centre
(780) 415-0404
Calgary Family Law Information Centre
(403) 297-6600
Toll-free access from other areas within Alberta
310-0000
Internet:  Family Law Information Centre
Guidelines: Alberta adopted child support guidelines that are substantially similar to the Federal Child Support Guidelines under its Family Law Act on October 1, 2005.
BRITISH COLUMBIA
Toll-free access within British Columbia
1-888-216-2211
Vancouver
(604) 660-2192
Internet:  B.C Ministry of Attorney General Child Support Information
Guidelines: British Columbia adopted the Federal Child Support Guidelines with minor amendments under its Family Relations Act on April 14, 1998.
MANITOBA
Toll-free access within Manitoba
1-800-282-8069
ext. 0268
Winnipeg
(204) 945-0268
Internet:  Manitoba Department of Justice
Guidelines:  Manitoba adopted child support guidelines under its Family Maintenance Act on June 1, 1998. The Manitoba guidelines also apply to cases under the Divorce Act where both parents reside in Manitoba.
NEW BRUNSWICK
Toll-free access within New Brunswick
1-888-236-2444
Internet: New Brunswick Department of Justice
Guidelines: New Brunswick adopted child support guidelines under its Family Services Act on May 1, 1998. The New Brunswick guidelines also apply to cases under the Divorce Act where both parents reside in New Brunswick.
NEWFOUNDLAND & LABRADOR
Newfoundland & Labrador
(709) 729-1864
Internet: Department of Justice
Guidelines: Newfoundland adopted the Federal Child Support Guidelines with minor amendments under its Family Law Act on April 1, 1998.
NOVA SCOTIA
Toll-free access within Nova Scotia
1-800-665-9779
Halifax
(902) 455-3135
Internet: Department of Justice
Guidelines: Nova Scotia adopted the Federal Child Support Guidelines with minor amendments under its Family Maintenance Act on August 31, 1998.
N.W.T.
Northwest Territories
1-800-661-0798
Callers should indicate that they would like to speak to someone regarding the Federal Child Support Guidelines.
InternetGovernment of the Northwest Territories
Guidelines:  The N.W.T. adopted the Federal Child Support Guidelines with minor amendments under its Children's Law Act on November 1, 1998.
NUNAVUT
Iqaluit
(867) 975-6137
Guidelines:  Nunavut adopted the Federal Child Support Guidelines with minor amendments under its Children's Law Act on April 1, 2000.
ONTARIO
Ontario
1-800-980-4962
Internet: Ministry of Attorney General
Guidelines: Ontario adopted the Federal Child Support Guidelines with minor amendments under its Family Law Act on December 1, 1997.
PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND
Toll-free access within Prince Edward Island
1-800-240-9798
Charlottetown
(902) 892-0853
Internet: Office of the Attorney General
Guidelines: P.E.I. adopted the Federal Child Support Guidelines in their entirety under its Family Law Act, effective May 1, 2006.*
* Note: Prince Edward Island originally adopted the Federal Guidelines with minor amendments and different tables  o November 27, 1997 and had been designated to have its Guidelines and Tables apply to cases under the Divorce Act where both parents resided in PEI. However, on May 1, 2006 PEI adopted the Federal Tables and its designation was revoked on June 22, 2006.
QUEBEC
Communication Québec
1-800-363-1363
Ministère de la Justice du Québec
(418) 643-5140
1-866-536-5140 (toll-free)
Internet: Justice Quebec Child Support Information
Guidelines: The Province of Quebec has provincial guidelines that came into force May 1, 1997. The Quebec guidelines also apply to cases under the Divorce Act where both parents reside in Quebec.
SASKATCHEWAN
Toll-free access within Saskatchewan
1-888-218-2822
Regina
(306) 787-5837
Internet: Saskatchewan Justice Child Support Guidelines
Guidelines: Saskatchewan adopted the Federal Child Support Guidelines under its Family Maintenance Act as of May 1,1997.
YUKON
Toll-free access within Yukon
1-800-661-0408 Ext. 3066
Whitehorse
(867) 667-3066
Internet: Government of Yukon
Guidelines: Yukon adopted the Federal Child Support Guidelines with minor amendments under its Family Property and Support Act as of April 1, 2000.