Ministry of Environment
Integrated Pest Management
Integrated Pest Management Act (IPMA)
The Integrated Pest Management Act was passed in the Legislature in October 2003.
- An Order In Council (PDF/119 KB) dated October 11, 2004 brought the Integrated Pest Management Act into force on December 31, 2004.
- A summary (PDF/116 KB) of the Integrated Pest Management Act and Regulation describes its components and general requirements for pesticide use and sales.
- Amendments (PDF/20 KB) to the Compliance Provisions in the Integrated Pest Management Act (May, 2006).
- Amendment to enable the Minister of Environment to develop regulations establishing lists of pesticides that may be regulated differently than other pesticides (March, 2013).
Integrated Pest Management Regulation
The Integrated Pest Management Regulation was brought into force on December 31, 2004.
- Amendments to the Mosquito Management Provisions
- Multi-residence Pesticide Licensing Requirement (effective January 2007) (PDF/378 KB)
- Licence and Certificate Conditions for the Use of Fumigant Gases
- Summary of Requirements and Explanatory Notes for Landscape Pest Managers (January 2008)
- Minor amendments to the Integrated Pest Management Regulation came into force on October 1, 2006. The purpose of these amendments was mainly to clarify policy intent.
Other Provincial & Federal Pesticide Legislation
Current Consultation on Provincial Pesticide Legislation