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 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.
Refer to this listing of upcoming events, including Council meetings, workshops and webinars and general meetings.
The College provides information on its fees related to application and licensure. Also included for reference are the National Board Examination fees..
The College ensures only qualified veterinarians are licensed to practise in Ontario. This section will help all applicants understand the College's licensing process.
The CVO Jurisprudence Examination requires candidates to demonstrate knowledge of the legislation that governs the veterinary profession in Ontario. This legislation contains Practice Standards, rules about conduct, and expectations for ethical practice.
The Registrar may refer an application to the Registration Committee when it does not meet all requirements. Applicants not satisfied with the decision may appeal to the Health Professions Appeal and Review Board.
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.