By Location

Food safety laws differ across the provinces and territories of Canada. It's important to ensure that you're meeting federal, provincial and municipal requirements.

Alberta

Food businesses in Alberta are required to follow the Alberta Food Regulations Act and the Food Retail and Food Services Code.
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British Columbia

Food businesses in British Columbia are required to follow the BC Food Safety Act and the Food Premises Regulations.
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Manitoba

Food businesses in Manitoba are required to follow the Manitoba Food and Food Handling Establishments Regulations.
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New Brunswick

Food businesses in New Brunswick are required to follow the New Brunswick Public Health Act and the Food Premises Regulations.
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Newfoundland

Food businesses in Newfoundland and Labrador are required to follow the Food Premises Regulations and Food Premises Act.
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Nova Scotia

Food businesses in Nova Scotia are required to follow the NS Health Prevention Act and the Food Retail and Food Services Code.
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Nunavut

Food businesses in Nunavut are required to follow the Nunavut Public Health Act and Serving Country Foods Guide.
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Ontario

Food businesses in Ontario are required to follow the Ontario Food Safety and Quality Act, Food Premises Regulations.
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Quebec

Food businesses in Quebec are required to follow Quebec’s Food Regulations under the Food Product Act.
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Saskatchewan

Food businesses in Saskatchewan are required to follow the SK Food Safety Regulations Act and the Public Eating Establishment Standards.
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Yukon Territory

Food businesses in the Yukon are required to follow the Yukon Public Health Act, Food Retail & Food Services Code and the Donation of Food Act.
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