Simpler. Easier. Faster.
We are transforming the way services are delivered in Newfoundland and Labrador.
Avoid the lines and renew your driver’s licence and vehicle registration, update your mailing address or let us know if you no longer have a vehicle by visiting MyGovNL.
Manage your vehicle and driver’s licence renewals
Remove a vehicle from your Motor Registration records
Change your address with Motor Registration
We’re making it easier for residents and businesses to access the services they need online. Many services are already available.
- Crown Lands Application
- Student Aid
- 511 Road and Ferry Information
- Electrical Permits
Why are we doing this?
Residents expect governments to be innovative and make their lives easier. Our Digital Way Forward is guiding our actions to improving government-resident interactions.
It helps you
You will have one place to see all your information, products, services, documents, data and personal information. As this grows, MyGovNL will be your most effective way to interact with government.
It helps businesses
In time, businesses will get their own MyGovNL accounts. This will allow delegation to staff and team members so the right people can manage the right interactions with government.
And yes, it helps us
Faster, more efficient, less paper, fewer data errors and less waste! This opens up the lines of interaction with our citizens and businesses in a way never before possible.
Learn more about Digital Government
Starting today, all residents can register for MyGovNL, the Provincial Government’s platform that provides multiple online services in one convenient, combined location. Residents can easily register by visiting www.gov.nl.ca/digitalgovernment.
The Provincial Government is today launching an online process for not-for-profit and charitable organizations to more easily apply for a lottery licence.
Mr. Speaker, I rise today to highlight the MyGovNL pilot project for the Motor Registration Division that the Minister of Service NL and I launched last week in Gander.
Today, the Honourable Tom Osborne, Minister Responsible for the Office of the Chief Information Officer, and the Honourable Sherry Gambin-Walsh, Minister of Service NL, launched the MyGovNL pilot project for Motor Registration Division (MRD).
Today, the Honourable Dwight Ball, Premier of Newfoundland and Labrador, and the Honourable Tom Osborne, Minister Responsible for the Office of the Chief Information Officer, advanced a key commitment in The Way Forward by releasing a five-year plan to enhance government services for residents by making services “digital-by-design.”