Reinstate a Business

​Forget to File Your Annual Report? Need to Reinstate Your Business Entity?

If your business was "administratively diss​olved" for failure to file an annual report within the last five years, you can request to have the business entity reinstated.

A special form is required to reinstate a business entity that has been administratively dissolved for less than 5-years. You must use this form to correct any inaccurate information about the business and pay the reinstatement fees indicated on the form.

Follow These Steps to Get Reinstated

1. Confirm your business is eligible for reinstatement.

Go to Business Registry Web Renewal​ and enter the registry number of the business to be reinstated.

2. Reinstate online or generate the appropriate forms.

If your business is eligible for reinstatement, you will either see the message, "Click here to generate and print a reinstatement form" or you will receive the message "Save Time & Money Reinstate Online".

3. Confirm your business name is available.

Use our Business Name Availability Check to see if the business name is still available. If you are changing the business name, please select the corresponding articles of amendment form for your business type from our forms​ page.

4. Update your business information.

Make any corrections needed to your business information. If you are completing the reinstatement forms, cross out the incorrect information and write in the correct information on the annual report form accompanying the reinstatement application.

5. Submit the forms to us.

Sign and return both forms with the fees indicated to the Corporation Division.​ There are several delivery options.​​​​​​​​​​​ If you are reinstating online, there is no need to submit any further documentation.

Additional Resources

​See Renewal Help and the Registering Your Business Name flyer (PDF) for more information​.