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Regulators

Agrology is a provincially regulated profession across Canada. Every province has its own Agrologists Act, regulatory body and registration requirements. Each provincial institute regulates its registered members to ensure they provide the public with safe, competent and ethical practice.

10,000+

professional agrologists are registered in Canada.

Click on the name or symbol to go to the institute’s website or media stream.

NFLDNewfoundland and Labrador Institute of Agrologists

  • Governed by the Agrologists Act
  • Act is Right to Title, only registered members in good standing may use the designation Agrologist, Professional Agrologist (P.Ag), Articling Agrologist (A.Ag)
  • Designations included Professional Agrologist (P.Ag) and Agrologist in Training (AIT)

Nova ScotiaNova Scotia Institute of Agrologists

  • Governed by the Agrologists Act (1989)
  • Act is Right to Practice, no person may practice agrology who is not a registered member in good standing under the Act
  • Designations include Professional Agrologist (P.Ag) and Agrologist in Training (A.Ag)

PEIPrince Edward Island Institute of Agrologists

  • Governed by the Agrologists Act
  • Act is Right to Practice, no person may practice agrology who is not a registered member in good standing under the Act
  • Designations included Professional Agrologist (P.Ag) and Agrologist in Training (AIT)

New BrunswickNew Brunswick Institute of Agrologists

  • Governed by the Agrologists’ Profession Act (2004)
  • Act is Right to Practice, no person shall practice agrology unless registered in good standing with the institute
  • Designations include Professional Agrologist (P.Ag), agronome (agr), Articling Agrologist (A.Ag), agronome en formation

Ordre des agronomes du Québec

  •  Governed by the Loi sur les agronomes (2012)
  • Loi sur les agronomes is Right to Practice legislation as only agronomes (agr) are allowed to perform an agrology act in Quebec
  • Designation is agronome (agr)

       

OntarioOntario Institute of Agrologists

  • Governed by the Ontario Institute of Professional Agrologists Act (2013)
  • Act is Right to Title, only registered members in good standing may use the terms Profession Agrologist (P.Ag), Technical Agrologist (T.Ag), or Articling Agrologist (A.Ag)

Manitoba Institute of Agrologists

  • Governed by the Agrologists Act (2008)
  • Act is Right to Practice, registration is required to legally practice agrology
  • Designations and titles: Professional Agrologist (P.Ag), Technical Agrologist (Tech.Ag) and Agrologist in Training – restricted use

SaskSaskatchewan Institute of Agrologists

  • Governed by the Agrologists Act (1994)
  • Act is Right to Practice requiring that anyone practicing agrology must register
  • Designations include Professional Agrologist (P.Ag), Articling Agrologist (A.Ag), Agricultural Technologist (AT) and Articling Agricultural Technologist (AAT) – restricted use.

   

British Columbia Institute of Agrologists (BCIA)

  • Governed by the Agrologists Act (2004)
  • Act is Right to Title, only registered members in good standing may use the designation Agrologist, Professional Agrologist (P.Ag), Articling Agrologist (A.Ag).
  • BCIA anticipates implementing a technologist/technician category in March 2020.

 

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