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How to print a permit, licence, registration or certificate issued through My CFIA

To print a licence, permit, registration, or certificate, you must first sign in to your My CFIA account.

Once signed in, make sure the validated party that requires the printed document is selected. To do this, select the white drop down box under Party Administration, click on the proper validated party, then click Select. This step must be followed in order to view all licences associated with the validated party chosen.

screen capture of the My CFIA dashboard page, showing how to select the correct party from the drop down list.

Next, scroll down to the Service Request section of your party profile dashboard, where you will be presented with all previously submitted service requests. Select the Issued Permissions tab, circled in red in the following image:

screen capture of the top of the Service Request Dashboard. Description follows.
Description of the top of the Service Request Dashboard.

Tabs to open additional pages are listed from left to right with the following titles:

  • Service Request
  • Issued Permissions
  • Issued Export Certificates
  • Inspection Reports

After clicking the Issued Permissions tab, you will be presented with all permissions that have been issued to your My CFIA Party profile. Find the permission that you wish to print then click the link under the Permission column:

Screen capture of the Issued Permissions Dashboard. Description follows.
Description of Issued Permissions Dashboard.

Beneath the Issued Permissions for: NutriFood1 (Validated Party)

Issued Permissions displayed in a chart format with the following columns:

  • Permission (hyperlinked)
  • Application Name
  • Issuance Date
  • Expiry Date
  • Status

After clicking the link, select Print on the following screen:

screen capture of the Safe Food for Canadians Licence – Detail. Desciption follows.
Description of the Safe Food for Canadians Licence – Detail

Showing Licence Permission Summary

Details regarding the issued Safe Food for Canadians Licence displayed in a chart format with the following columns:

  • Licence Number
  • Licence Holder
  • Permission Type
  • Issuance Date
  • Expiration Date
  • Status

Upon clicking Print, a tab will appear at the bottom of your screen. Click Open to open your permission as a PDF file:

screen capture of the Safe Food for Canadians – Detail with download pop-up at the bottom of the page.

Once the PDF opens, you can then print your permission, as demonstrated below:

screen capture of the downloaded Safe Food for Canadians Licence file.

For additional questions about My CFIA, please call 1-800-442-CFIA (2342).

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