The College’s governing Council and its committees meet regularly throughout the year to make decisions concerning the College’s policy work and initiatives which enable it to meeting its mandate of protecting and serving the public interest.
The College 2016 Annual Report, "Strengthening Our Foundation," provides a summary of the College's priorities and accomplishments through 2016.
The College is currently recruiting conversation participants for the pilot phase of the Peer Advisory Conversation.
The CVO Jurisprudence Examination requires candidates to demonstrate knowledge of the legislation that governs the profession in Ontario.
Review some of the frequently asked questions that are addressed by the College in responding to questions from veterinarians and the public.
Complete and submit this form to apply for any type of licence with the College.
The College's jurisprudence exam requires applicants to demonstrate knowledge of and the ability to apply relevant Ontario legislation and regulations, as well as College standards and guidelines.
The College's 2016 Annual Report "Strengthening Our Foundation" discusses the College's priorities and accomplishments throughout the year.
At its June 2016 meeting, Council approved a new draft Professional Practice Standard on Veterinary Euthanasia for circulation and consultation. The new draft Professional Practice Standard sets out expectations for veterinarians who perform euthanasia. If approved, the Professional Practice Standard will replace the previous College policy document on veterinary euthanasia, Guidelines: Veterinary Euthanasia.
Download Report on Consultation - Veterinary Euthanasia