There are a variety of ways you can express your concerns about your experience with Enbridge Gas, and we're here to help you.

The Ombuds Office (also "ombudsman" or "ombudsperson") provides an impartial review of unresolved complaints. Our role is to listen to all sides of a complaint and determine whether the process or outcome was fair and reasonable. Customer complaints are a vital source of feedback, and we can use this information to make recommendations on how to improve our services. The decisions made within the office are final.

Step 1: Contact Customer Care

This is your first touch point. You can contact our Customer Care by phone. Our front-line agents have the tools and training to quickly understand and resolve complaints or concerns. Customer Care is currently experiencing high call volumes, so if your call is not answered right away, please try calling them back at another time.

  • Phone: 1-877-362-7434 for general inquiries;
    Monday to Friday from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. EST (closed holidays)
  • For 24-hr emergency support, call 1-866-763-5427

If your issue cannot be resolved through our Customer Care team, you can escalate to a supervisor. If you've spoken with a supervisor and are still not satisfied with the solution provided, advance to Step 2.

Step 2: The Ombuds Office
(will only review disputes that have been through Step 1).

For an impartial review of your case, you can contact the Ombuds Office:

  • Email: ombudsman@enbridge.com
  • Phone: 1-866-817-6836
    Monday to Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. EST (closed holidays)

All correspondence with our office will be kept confidential. Once we receive your complaint, we will do an initial assessment to confirm that the matter falls within the mandate of our office. We will acknowledge your complaint within 30 business days.

By submitting your complaint, you are providing us with permission to discuss your issue with the appropriate business unit to complete our assessment. The Ombuds Office does not investigate or review legal decisions.

The decisions made within the Office are final. If your problem has not been resolved to your satisfaction, you can contact the Ontario Energy Board (OEB).