Service providers must apply for a licence via FSCO's website.
The Financial Services Commission of Ontario (FSCO) committed to providing service providers who applied by August 31, 2014 with a licensing decision by November 30, 2014.
If you have not yet applied for your licence, don't delay.
Applications received after August 31, 2014 are being reviewed on a first come, first served basis and the service guarantee no longer applies.
Preparing For a Licence Application
Before applying for a licence:
- The service provider and all its branches, locations and/or facilities where goods and services are provided to statutory accident benefit claimants must be registered, enrolled and in good standing in HCAI.
- The service provider must appoint a Principal Representative, as required by law, to complete the application and attestation.
- The Principal Representative must have the following information on hand:
- An Ontario mailing address that is suitable for receiving registered mail (not a post office box).
- An email address.
- Information about each facility, branch, or location registered with HCAI (such as: names, addresses and registration numbers) that will be listed under the service provider's licence.
- Articles of Incorporation or Partnership Agreements (for a corporation or a partnership).
- Its Canada Revenue Agency business number.
- Its Ontario business registration number, if applicable.
- Contact information of all officers, directors or partners of the business.
- The number of regulated and unregulated practitioners, by profession.
For more information on how to apply for a service provider licence, consult: