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 has launched its process to explore opportunities to modernize and improve the existing Veterinarians Act.
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 following forms are used for establishing, renewing and making changes to professional corporations.
The first step in establishing a professional corporation is to complete and submit the Application for Professional Corporation Name.
A corporation must have a Certificate of Authorization in order to practise. Complete and submit the Application for Certificate of Authorization.
A Certificate of Authorization is valid for three years. To renew, the Managing Director must complete and submit the Certificate of Authorization Renewal Application.
Corporations are required to notify the College of any changes in shareholders, address, name, amalgamations, holding companies or material change.