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.
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The CVO Jurisprudence Examination requires candidates to demonstrate knowledge of the legislation that governs the profession in Ontario.
Policy documents assist veterinarians and the public in understanding what is expected in the delivery of safe, quality care and service.
The College's quarterly newsletter, College Connection, focuses on policy, regulatory matters and quality practice.
The College provides podcasts on various topics of interest. Tune in to the College’s podcasts!
Review some of the frequently asked questions that are addressed by the College in responding to questions from veterinarians and the public.
The College publishes summaries of Discipline hearings to help inform veterinarians and the public about the regulation of the veterinary profession.
The Peer Review of Medical Records tools and forms are available to assist veterinarians with preparing for the review.
The annual report provides a summary of the year's accomplishments and the financial statements include a report from an independent auditor.
The College prepares a quarterly newsletter, College Connection, to share information on policy and program activities.
The College regulates the veterinary profession through a number of different forms of authority.
This section contains various reports that are prepared by the College indicating its progress and priorities.
The College has two documents to support applicants in successfully completing the jurisprudence exam.
The College often records presentations at Council and other events to share with the public. View all College videos here.
The College prepares sample documents and protocols for various species groups which demonstrate best practices and are based on the College regulations.