Header Side Menu Content Footer
Government of Manitoba
Manitoba Justice
Get Started
Stay Connected
to the Manitoba Government

To view PDF files, you must have a copy of the Adobe Acrobat Reader which is available as a free download:

Get Adobe Reader

Maintenance Enforcement Program

Find Out What Changes to the Maintenance Enforcement Program Mean to You

Beginning April 1, 2012

If you make or receive family support payments through Manitoba's Maintenance Enforcement Program (MEP), please note the following important changes:
  • Beginning April 1, 2012, late fees will be charged for overdue payments. To avoid late fees, accounts must be up-to-date by April 1 and all future payments must be received on or before the due date.
  • Beginning April 1, 2012, a cost recovery fee will also be charged if MEP takes enforcement action to collect overdue payments.
  • For tips on how to avoid late fees and/or costs for enforcement actions, click here. Information is also available for individuals already under garnishment.
  • Most account information is available on MEP's automated phone system. You will need your seven digit file number and four digit PIN number to access your account on the MEPLine. The current PIN and file numbers were issued in December 2011.
  • MEP does not accept personal cheques. Payment options include:
    • Internet banking
    • Pre-authorized debit
    • Money Order/Bank Draft
    • Payroll Deduction
    • Debit or Cash Payment
  • The quickest way to receive a payment is by Direct Deposit. To sign up for Direct Deposit, click on the thumbnail below.


Need your File and PIN number?

  • The current PIN and file numbers were issued in December 2011.
  • To receive a file number or PIN number, please e-mail MEP.

For information, please contact MEP at:

Email: manitobamepinquiries@gov.mb.ca
Call the MEPLine: 204-945-7133 or 1-866-479-2717
Mail: 100-352 Donald Street, Winnipeg, MB R3B 2H8


Share This