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Veterinarians Act
Loi sur les vétérinaires


R.R.O. 1990, REGULATION 1093

GENERAL

Historical version for the period July 22, 2011 to August 31, 2011.

Last amendment: O. Reg. 356/11.



This Regulation is made in English only.

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CONTENTS







Sections




Definitions

1

PART I

REGISTRATION AND ACCREDITATION







Definitions

2




Licences

3-9.2




Certificates of Accreditation

10-14




General

15-16

PART II

PRACTICE STANDARDS

17-22

PART III

DRUGS

23-33

PART IV

HOLDING OUT

34-41.1

PART V

CONFLICT OF INTEREST

42-44

PART VI

EXEMPTIONS

45

PART VII

ADMINISTRATION

46., 47-56

Definitions

1.  In this Regulation,

“auxiliary” means a person involved in a member’s practice of veterinary medicine other than another member;

“member” means a member of the College. R.R.O. 1990, Reg. 1093, s. 1.

PART I


REGISTRATION AND ACCREDITATION

Definitions



2.  In this Part,

“acceptable unaccredited veterinary school” means a veterinary school, other than an accredited veterinary school, that at the time of an applicant’s graduation,

(a) provides an undergraduate program of veterinary medical education leading to a basic degree that includes at least 125 weeks of instruction scheduled over a minimum of thirty-two months, and

(b) is listed in the World Directory of Veterinary Schools last published by the World Health Organization or is classified as “AVMA — listed” in the Directory of Veterinary Colleges of the World last published by the American Veterinary Medical Association;

“accredited clinical proficiency examination site” means a site where the clinical proficiency examination is administered and that is accredited by the American Veterinary Medical Association;

“accredited veterinary school” means a veterinary school that, at the time of an applicant’s graduation, is accredited by the Council on Education of the American Veterinary Medical Association;

“basic degree” means a Doctor of Veterinary Medicine or an equivalent degree in veterinary medicine;

“companion animal” does not include a horse;

“local examination” means an examination approved by the Registration Committee on legal and ethical aspects of veterinary practice in Ontario including reportable diseases;

Note: On September 1, 2011, the definition of “local examination” is revoked. See: O. Reg. 356/11, ss. 1 (1), 6.

Note: On September 1, 2011, section 2 is amended by adding the following definition:

“local knowledge examination” means an examination approved by the Registration Committee on legal and ethical aspects of veterinary practice in Ontario including reportable diseases;



See: O. Reg. 356/11, ss. 1 (2), 6.

“major surgery” means surgery,

(a) in which bone, viscera or an extensive area of subcutaneous tissue is exposed, or

(b) the failure of which would endanger the life or organ function of the animal. R.R.O. 1990, Reg. 1093, s. 2; O. Reg. 398/07, s. 1.

Licences

3.  (1)  The requirements for the issuing of any licence are that the applicant,

(a) is a Canadian citizen or permanent resident or has another status under the Immigration Act (Canada) consistent with the class of licence for which application is made;

(b) has an adequate knowledge of English or French, as demonstrated by any of the following:

1. The applicant has successfully completed before July 30, 1995,

i. the Test of English as a Foreign Language with a minimum score of 550 and the Test of Spoken English with a minimum score of 200, or

ii. tests acceptable to the College of the applicant’s ability to speak and write French with scores that reflect a competence that is at least equivalent to the competence required in English under subparagraph i.

2. The applicant has successfully completed on or after July 30, 1995,

i. the Test of English as a Foreign Language with a minimum score of 550 and the Test of Spoken English with a minimum score of 50, or

ii. tests acceptable to the College of the applicant’s ability to speak and write French with scores that reflect a competence that is at least equivalent to the competence required in English under subparagraph i.

3. The applicant has successfully completed, after July 10, 2000,

i. tests acceptable to the College of the applicant’s ability to speak and write in English, or

ii. tests acceptable to the College of the applicant’s ability to speak and write French with scores that reflect a competence that is at least equivalent to the competence required in English under subparagraph i;

(c) completes an application for the class of licence for which application is made on a form provided by the Registrar;

(d) if the applicant has previously practised veterinary medicine, provides evidence that there has been no finding of, and that there is no current proceeding involving an allegation of, professional misconduct, gross neglect or impairment;

(e) provides a declaration affirming that there has been no finding of guilt of, and that there is no charge pending involving an allegation of, an offence relevant to the applicant’s suitability to practise veterinary medicine;

(f) pays the relevant examination fee, application fee, licence fee, and annual membership fee as set out in the by-laws;

(g) meets the requirements for the class of licence for which application is made; and

(h) submits proof of his or her identity; and

(i) submits his or her basic degree from an accredited veterinary school or an acceptable unaccredited veterinary school or a copy of the degree that is,

(i) notarized by a person authorized to notarize documents in a Canadian jurisdiction, or

(ii) certified by a person authorized to practice law in a Canadian jurisdiction. R.R.O. 1990, Reg. 1093, s. 3 (1); O. Reg. 431/00, s. 1; O. Reg. 398/07, s. 2.

(2)  Clause (1) (b) does not apply if the primary and secondary education of the applicant was conducted in English or French or if the undergraduate veterinary education of the applicant was conducted in English or French. R.R.O. 1990, Reg. 1093, s. 3 (2).

(3)  Clause (1) (h) does not apply to an applicant who is a graduate of an accredited veterinary school in Canada or who applies for a short-term licence. R.R.O. 1990, Reg. 1093, s. 3 (3).

3.1  The following classes of licence are established:

1. Restricted licence.

2. General licence.

3. Academic licence.

4. Public service licence.

5. Short-term licence.

6. Educational licence.

7. Postgraduate and resident licence. O. Reg. 161/04, s. 3.



4.  (1)  A restricted licence is a licence with conditions or limitations imposed by a committee under the Act or by the Council under a predecessor of that Act. R.R.O. 1990, Reg. 1093, s. 4 (1).

(2)  A holder of a restricted licence may practise veterinary medicine only in accordance with the conditions of the licence. R.R.O. 1990, Reg. 1093, s. 4 (2).



5.  (1)  To be eligible for a general licence the applicant must meet the following requirements:

1. The applicant has earned a basic degree from an accredited veterinary school or an acceptable unaccredited veterinary school.

2. The applicant has successfully completed the local examination within two years of application or holds an academic licence.

Note: On September 1, 2011, paragraph 2 is amended by striking out “local examination” and substituting “local knowledge examination”. See: O. Reg. 356/11, ss. 2 (1), 6.

3. The applicant,

i. has obtained a score higher than 1.5 standard deviations below the mean on both parts of the national board examination for veterinary medical licensing of the National Board Examination Committee of the American Veterinary Medical Association, including the clinical competency test, if the examinations are taken on or before November 30, 1992,

ii. has obtained a passing mark on both parts of the national board examination for veterinary medical licensing of the National Board Examination Committee of the American Veterinary Medical Association, including the clinical competency test, if the examinations are taken after November 30, 1992 but before November 30, 2000, or

iii. has obtained a passing mark on the North American Veterinary Licensing Examination, if the examination is taken on or after November 30, 2000.

4. The applicant,

i. if a graduate of an acceptable unaccredited veterinary school, after compliance with paragraph 3 of subsection (1), has successfully completed the clinical proficiency examination of the National Examining Board of the Canadian Veterinary Medical Association administered through an accredited clinical proficiency examination site, or

ii. if a graduate of an accredited veterinary school who has failed either or both parts of the national board examination twice or more, after compliance with paragraph 3 of subsection (1), has successfully completed the clinical proficiency examination of the National Examining Board of the Canadian Veterinary Medical Association administered through an accredited clinical proficiency examination site. O. Reg. 431/00, s. 2; O. Reg. 398/07, s. 3.

(2)  Despite subsection (1), a member who surrenders a general licence and is issued an educational licence at the same time shall be deemed to meet the requirements for the issuing of a general licence for a period of two months after the termination of the educational licence. O. Reg. 431/00, s. 2.

(3)  An applicant whom clause 7 (b) or (c) of the Agreement on Mobility of Veterinarians within Canada dated August 9, 2001 made between the College and its equivalents in the other provinces and territories of Canada recognizes as having satisfied the academic occupational standards for licensing as a general practice licensee is exempt from the requirements set out in paragraphs 1, 3 and 4 of subsection (1) without further examination or assessment. O. Reg. 161/04, s. 4.



Note: On September 1, 2011, subsection (3) is revoked. See: O. Reg. 356/11, ss. 2 (2), 6.

6.  (1)  The requirements for the issuing of an academic licence are that the applicant,

(a) has a basic degree from an accredited veterinary school or an acceptable unaccredited veterinary school;

(b) has a full-time teaching or research appointment of professorial rank in the Ontario Veterinary College of the University of Guelph with full payment at salary of rank paid by the University; and

(c) has successfully completed the local examination within two years of application. R.R.O. 1990, Reg. 1093, s. 6 (1); O. Reg. 510/95, s. 2.



Note: On September 1, 2011, clause (c) is amended by striking out “local examination” and substituting “local knowledge examination”. See: O. Reg. 356/11, ss. 3, 6.

(2)  A holder of an academic licence may engage in the practice of veterinary medicine only in the department in which he or she holds a professorial appointment and to the extent required by that appointment. R.R.O. 1990, Reg. 1093, s. 6 (2).

(3)  An academic licence terminates when the licensee ceases to hold an appointment in accordance with clause (1) (b). R.R.O. 1990, Reg. 1093, s. 6 (3).

7.  (1)  The requirements for the issuing of a public service licence are that,

(a) the applicant has earned a basic degree from an accredited veterinary school or an acceptable unaccredited veterinary school;

(b) the applicant,

(i) has obtained a score higher than 1.5 standard deviations below the mean on both parts of the national board examination for veterinary medical licensing of the National Board Examination Committee of the American Veterinary Medical Association, including the clinical competency test, if the applicant took the examinations on or before November 30, 1992,

(ii) has obtained a passing mark on both parts of the national board examination for veterinary medical licensing of the National Board Examination Committee of the American Veterinary Medical Association, including the clinical competency test, if the applicant took the examinations after November 30, 1992 but before November 30, 2000, or

(iii) has obtained a passing mark on the North American Veterinary Licensing Examination, if the applicant took the examination on or after November 30, 2000;

(c) the applicant, after complying with clause (b), has successfully completed the clinical proficiency examination of the National Examining Board of the Canadian Veterinary Medical Association administered through an accredited clinical proficiency examination site, if the applicant is,

(i) a graduate of an accredited veterinary school who has failed either or both parts of the national board examination described in that clause twice or more, or

(ii) a graduate of an acceptable unaccredited veterinary school; and

(d) the applicant is employed as a veterinarian by the Crown in right of Canada O. Reg. 161/04, s. 5; O. Reg. 398/07, s. 4.

(2)  A holder of a public service licence may engage in the practice of veterinary medicine only in the course of employment as a veterinarian by the Crown in right of Canada. R.R.O. 1990, Reg. 1093, s. 7 (2); O. Reg. 308/91, s. 1 (2).

(3)  A public service licence terminates when the licensee ceases to be employed as a veterinarian by the Crown in right of Canada. R.R.O. 1990, Reg. 1093, s. 7 (3); O. Reg. 308/91, s. 1 (3).



8.  (1)  The requirements for the issuing of a short-term licence are that the applicant,

(a) has earned a basic degree from an accredited veterinary school or an acceptable unaccredited veterinary school;

(b) provides a document from a member holding a general licence without conditions that evidences the member’s undertaking to supervise the applicant and to be responsible for continuing after the licensee leaves Ontario any veterinary care started in Ontario by the licensee; and

(c) is appointed by the Ontario Veterinary College of the University of Guelph, a regional academy of veterinary medicine in Ontario or a recognized group of members with special veterinary interest, or has the consent of the College, to perform specific veterinary services solely for a short-term, special purpose. R.R.O. 1990, Reg. 1093, s. 8 (1).

(2)  A holder of a short-term licence may engage in the practice of veterinary medicine only under the supervision of the member whose undertaking has been given under clause (1) (b) and to the extent required by the appointment or consent under clause (1) (c). R.R.O. 1990, Reg. 1093, s. 8 (2).

(3)  A short-term licence terminates on the earliest of,

(a) the day the appointment or consent under clause (1) (c) is terminated;

(b) the day the licensee leaves Ontario; and

(c) thirty days after the licence is issued. R.R.O. 1990, Reg. 1093, s. 8 (3).

9.  (1)  The requirements for the issuing of an educational licence are that the applicant,

(a) has earned a basic degree from an accredited veterinary school or an acceptable unaccredited veterinary school; and

(b) is enrolled in a program of postgraduate veterinary education provided by the Ontario Veterinary College of the University of Guelph. R.R.O. 1990, Reg. 1093, s. 9 (1).

(2)  The holder of an educational licence,

(a) may engage in the practice of veterinary medicine only as required by the program of education in which the licensee is enrolled and only under the supervision of a full-time employee of the University of Guelph who holds a general licence or an academic licence; and

(b) may receive remuneration for veterinary services only in the form of a fixed salary or stipend. R.R.O. 1990, Reg. 1093, s. 9 (2).

(3)  An educational licence terminates when the licensee ceases to be enrolled in a program of postgraduate veterinary education provided by the Ontario Veterinary College of the University of Guelph. R.R.O. 1990, Reg. 1093, s. 9 (3).

9.1  (1)  The requirements for issuing a postgraduate and resident licence are that the applicant,

(a) has a basic degree from an accredited veterinary school or an acceptable unaccredited veterinary school;

(b) is enrolled as an intern, resident or Doctor of Veterinary Science student at the Veterinary Teaching Hospital of the Ontario Veterinary College; and

(c) has successfully completed the local examination within two years preceding the application. O. Reg. 431/00, s. 3.



Note: On September 1, 2011, clause (c) is amended by striking out “local examination” and substituting “local knowledge examination”. See: O. Reg. 356/11, ss. 4, 6.

(2)  The holder of a postgraduate and resident licence may engage in the practice of veterinary medicine only as required by the program in which he or she is enrolled as an intern, resident or Doctor of Veterinary Science student at the Veterinary Teaching Hospital of the Ontario Veterinary College. O. Reg. 431/00, s. 3.

(3)  A postgraduate and resident licence terminates when the holder of the licence ceases to be enrolled as an intern, resident or Doctor of Veterinary Science student at the Veterinary Teaching Hospital of the Ontario Veterinary College. O. Reg. 431/00, s. 3.

Note: On September 1, 2011, the Regulation is amended by adding the following section:

9.2  (1)  Despite sections 3 to 9.1, if an application for a licence is made by a person who holds an authorizing certificate issued by an out-of-province regulatory authority and authorizing the person to engage in the practice of veterinary medicine in another jurisdiction, the person must meet the requirement for the licence otherwise set out in this Regulation subject to the following rules:

1. Clause 3 (1) (b) does not apply if proficiency in English or French was a condition of granting the applicant’s authorizing certificate in the jurisdiction of the out-of-province regulatory authority.

2. If the application is referred to the Registration Committee under section 14 of the Act, any additional experience, education or training may only be required of the applicant under subsection 14 (4) of the Act if the requirement complies with Part II of the Ontario Labour Mobility Act, 2009.

3. If the applicant has applied for a restricted licence or is being considered for a restricted licence under section 14 of the Act, any condition or limitation imposed on the restricted licence must comply with Part II of the Ontario Labour Mobility Act, 2009.

4. An applicant for a general licence is not required to satisfy the requirements set out in paragraphs 1, 3 and 4 of subsection 5 (1) if, in the opinion of the Registrar, the authorizing certificate issued to the applicant by the out-of-province regulatory authority is equivalent to a general licence.

5. An applicant for an academic licence is not required to satisfy the requirement set out in clause 6 (1) (a) if, in the opinion of the Registrar, the authorizing certificate issued to the applicant by the out-of-province regulatory authority is equivalent to an academic licence or a general licence.

6. An applicant for a public service licence is not required to satisfy the requirements set out in clause 7 (1) (a), (b) or (c) if, in the opinion of the Registrar, the authorizing certificate issued to the applicant by the out-of-province regulatory authority is equivalent to a public service licence or a general licence.

7. An applicant for a short-term licence is not required to satisfy the requirement set out in clause 8 (1) (a) if, in the opinion of the Registrar, the authorizing certificate issued to the applicant by the out-of-province regulatory authority is equivalent to a short-term licence or general licence.

8. An applicant for an educational licence is not required to satisfy the requirement set out in clause 9 (1) (a) if, in the opinion of the Registrar, the authorizing certificate issued to the applicant by the out-of-province regulatory authority is equivalent to an educational licence or a general licence.

9. An applicant for a post-graduate and resident licence is not required to satisfy the requirement set out in clause 9.1 (1) (a) if, in the opinion of the Registrar, the authorizing certificate issued to the applicant by the out-of-province regulatory authority is equivalent to a post-graduate and resident licence or to a general licence. O. Reg. 356/11, s. 5.

(2)  In this section,

“authorizing certificate” means a certificate, licence, registration or other form of official recognition granted by an out-of-province regulatory authority to an individual, which attests to the individual being qualified to engage in the practice of veterinary medicine and authorizes the individual to engage in the practice of veterinarian medicine and to hold herself or himself out as engaging in that practice;

“out-of-province regulatory authority” means a regulatory authority that is authorized to grant authorizing certificates to individuals under an Act of Canada or of a province or territory of Canada that is a party to the Agreement on Internal Trade, other than Ontario. O. Reg. 356/11, s. 5.

See: O. Reg. 356/11, ss. 5, 6.

Certificates of Accreditation



10.  The requirements for the issuing or renewing of any certificate of accreditation are that the veterinary facility meets the standards established under subsection 8 (1) of the Act for the class of certificate of accreditation for which application is made and the applicant,

(a) submits to the College an application in a form provided by the Registrar;

(b) is the owner of, or a partner in, the practice conducted on or from the facility that is the subject of application, or submits to the College the written authority of the owners or partners of that practice to provide the undertaking required under clause (c);

(c) provides a written undertaking to be responsible for the facility on a form provided by the Registrar;

(d) holds a general licence or a restricted licence the conditions of which are consistent with the conditions of the certificate of accreditation; and

(e) pays the inspection fee set out in the by-laws. R.R.O. 1990, Reg. 1093, s. 10; O. Reg. 398/07, s. 5.



11.  (1)  It is a condition of a certificate of accreditation that the designation of a veterinary facility described in Column A of the Table contains one of the appropriate terms set out in Column B of the Table:

TABLE






Column A

Column B

1.

Companion animal hospital

Clinic, Hospital or Services

2.

Companion animal office

Office or Services

3.

Companion animal mobile office

Mobile Office or Mobile Services

4.

Companion animal mobile

Mobile, Mobile Services or House Call Services

4.1

Remote area companion animal mobile

Remote Mobile, Remote Mobile Services

5.

Companion animal emergency clinic

Emergency Clinic or Emergency Hospital

6.

Companion animal spay-neuter clinic

Spay-Neuter Clinic

7.

Food-producing animal hospital

Clinic, Hospital or Services

8.

Food-producing animal mobile

Mobile, Services or Mobile Services

9.

Equine clinic

Clinic, Hospital or Services

10.

Equine mobile

Mobile, Services or Mobile Services

10.1

Equine Emergency mobile

Emergency Mobile, Emergency Services or Emergency Mobile Services

11.

Poultry service

Clinic or Services

12.

Specialty animal hospital

Clinic, Hospital or Services

R.R.O. 1990, Reg. 1093, s. 11; O. Reg. 407/92, s. 2; O. Reg. 161/04, s. 7; O. Reg. 398/07, s. 6.

(2)  It is a condition of a certificate of accreditation that if a veterinary facility has a designated name, the designation be approved under section 41. O. Reg. 509/93, s. 2.



11.1  A certificate of accreditation for a specialty animal hospital will only be granted if minimum standards for accreditation as a specialty animal hospital for the applicant’s specialty have been established under subsection 8 (1) of the Act. O. Reg. 398/07, s. 7.

12.  (1)  A certificate of accreditation expires five years after it is issued or renewed unless it expires at an earlier date under subsection (2) or unless the Accreditation Committee issued or renewed the certificate on condition that it expire at an earlier date. O. Reg. 509/93, s. 3.

(2)  A certificate of accreditation expires before the period described in subsection (1) if,

(a) a stationary veterinary facility, or a stationary element of a facility with a mobile element, is relocated; or

(b) no member meets the requirements in clauses 10 (a), (b), (c) and (d) in respect of the veterinary facility. R.R.O. 1990, Reg. 1093, s. 12 (2).



13.  Every member practising in or from a facility, other than a companion animal mobile, a remote area companion animal mobile, food-producing animal mobile equine mobile or equine emergency mobile, shall ensure that the certificate of accreditation is displayed conspicuously in the facility so that clients can read it easily. R.R.O. 1990, Reg. 1093, s. 13; O. Reg. 407/92, s. 3; O. Reg. 161/04, s. 8.

14.  (1)  A certificate of accreditation for a companion animal hospital, office, mobile office, mobile, emergency clinic spay-neuter clinic or remote area companion animal mobile limits the veterinary practice in or from the facility to the treatment of companion animals. R.R.O. 1990, Reg. 1093, s. 14 (1); O. Reg. 161/04, s. 9.

(2)  A certificate of accreditation for a food-producing animal hospital or mobile limits the veterinary practice in or from the facility to the treatment of food-producing animals and horses. R.R.O. 1990, Reg. 1093, s. 14 (2).

(3)  A certificate of accreditation for an equine clinic mobile or emergency mobile limits the veterinary practice in or from the facility to the treatment of horses. R.R.O. 1990, Reg. 1093, s. 14 (3); O. Reg. 407/92, s. 4 (1).

(4)  A certificate of accreditation for a poultry service limits the veterinary practice in or from the facility to the treatment of poultry. R.R.O. 1990, Reg. 1093, s. 14 (4).

(5)  It is a condition of a certificate of accreditation for a companion animal office that the veterinary services provided in or from the facility do not include radiology, major surgery, overnight confinement or, except for observation and continuing care on the day of treatment, hospitalization. R.R.O. 1990, Reg. 1093, s. 14 (5).

(6)  It is a condition of a certificate of accreditation for a companion animal mobile office that the veterinary services provided in or from the facility do not include radiology, major surgery, overnight confinement or hospitalization. R.R.O. 1990, Reg. 1093, s. 14 (6).

(7)  A certificate of accreditation for a companion animal mobile limits the veterinary services provided from the facility to,

(a) assessments;

(b) vaccinations;

(c) tranquilization, sedation or local anaesthesia;

(d) surgical repair of simple wounds for which general anaesthesia is not necessary;

(e) treatment of abscesses for which general anaesthesia is not necessary;

(f) tail docks and dewclaw removals on animals less than one week of age;

(g) nail clipping;

(h) expression of anal glands;

(i) cleansing and treatment of ear conditions for which general anaesthesia is not necessary;

(j) minor dental work for which general anaesthesia is not necessary;

(k) ophthalmic examinations and simple ocular procedures;

(l) collection for screening analysis of blood, skin scrapings, urine and feces;

(m) bandaging;

(n) euthanasia;

(o) emergency care pending transport to a companion animal hospital;

(p) prescribing and dispensing drugs;

(q) collection of semen;

(r) artificial insemination; and

(s) breeding supervision. R.R.O. 1990, Reg. 1093, s. 14 (7).

(8)  It is a condition of accreditation for a companion animal emergency clinic that a member and an auxiliary are actually on duty in the facility and available for service with reasonable promptness,

(a) every weekday from 7 p.m. to 8 a.m. on the following day;

(b) every weekend from 7 p.m. on Friday to 8 a.m. on the following Monday; and

(c) every statutory holiday from 7 p.m. on the day before the holiday to 8 a.m. on the day following the holiday. O. Reg. 510/95, s. 3 (1).

(9)  A certificate of accreditation for a companion animal spay-neuter clinic limits the veterinary services provided in or from the facility to spay and neuter procedures, including the pre-, intra- and post-operative management usually associated with those procedures. R.R.O. 1990, Reg. 1093, s. 14 (9).

(10)  The following are conditions of a certificate of accreditation for an equine emergency mobile:

1. A member shall be on duty and available for service with reasonable promptness,

i. every weekend from 7 p.m. on Friday to 8 a.m. on the following Monday, and

ii. every statutory holiday from 7 p.m. on the day before the holiday to 8 a.m. on the day following the holiday.

2. The holder of the certificate shall ensure that clients are directed to an alternate facility by answering machine or answering service when no member is on duty in the facility. O. Reg. 407/92, s. 4 (2); O. Reg. 510/95, s. 3 (2).

(11)  The following are conditions of a certificate of accreditation for a specialty animal hospital:

1. The veterinary services provided in or from the facility are limited to the specialty or services necessary to practice the specialty.

2. A member working in or from the facility must,

i. be a board certified specialist as described in section 41.1,

ii. have completed an accredited residency program in the relevant specialty, be certified by the board as being eligible in the specialty and practice under the supervision of a person described in subparagraph i, or

iii. be enrolled in an accredited training program in the relevant specialty and practice under the supervision of a person described in subparagraph i. O. Reg. 398/07, s. 8.

General

15.  (1)  The Council may by by-law establish a category of membership for retired members and may,

(a) designate the name by which the category is to be known; and

(b) establish the criteria for membership in the category. R.R.O. 1990, Reg. 1093, s. 15 (1).

(2)  Retired members are entitled to receive the general mailings of the College and notice of meetings and may speak at meetings but are not eligible to vote on any matter. R.R.O. 1990, Reg. 1093, s. 15 (2).

(3)  A retired member may not hold a veterinary licence and may not practise veterinary medicine or hold himself or herself out as engaging in the practice of veterinary medicine. R.R.O. 1990, Reg. 1093, s. 15 (3).

16.  (1)  The fees payable under the Act are set out in the by-laws. O. Reg. 431/00, s. 4; O. Reg. 398/07, s. 9 (1).

(2), (3)  Revoked: O. Reg. 398/07, s. 9 (2).

(4)  A postgraduate and resident licence is valid for 12 months. O. Reg. 431/00, s. 4.

(5)  The initial fee for a postgraduate and resident licence is due before the licence is issued. O. Reg. 431/00, s. 4; O. Reg. 398/07, s. 9 (3).

(6)  Revoked: O. Reg. 398/07, s. 9 (4).

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