The above person applies for a licence to sell livestock medicines to owners of livestock or to another person acting on the owner's behalf, for the treatment of the owner's livestock under the Animal Health Act, 2009 and the Licences to Sell Livestock Medicines Regulation.
It is an offence under the Animal Health Act, 2009 to give or furnish by any means false or misleading information in respect of
any matter related to this Act or the regulations to the Director or any other person authorized to act under this Act or involved in
carrying out a program of the Ministry.
If issued, a licence to sell livestock medicines is subject to the following conditions set out in section 8 of O. Reg. 584/20:
- The licensee must have a place in Ontario for the storage of livestock medicines sold under the licence.
- The licensee shall display a copy of the licence at,
- the place at which the licensee's livestock medicines are stored, and
- any place at which livestock medicines are sold in person by or on behalf of the licensee.
- If the licensee sells livestock medicines online, the licensee must ensure that the licence number is prominently displayed on the website.
- In the case of a sale of any livestock medicine bearing a warning or caution on the label, the licensee must draw the purchaser's attention to the warning or caution.
- The licensee must not sell a livestock medicine,
- to any person other than the owner of livestock or a person acting on behalf of the owner, or
- for any purpose other than the treatment of livestock.
- The licensee must provide notice to the director of any changes to the information required in an application for a licence to sell livestock medicines under subsection 3 (2).
Questions about the collection of information should be directed to the Agricultural Information Contact Centre (AICC): 1-877-424-1300.