Pesticide Section

Are you a homeowner, retailer, municipality or lawn care professional needing more information on the new Non-Essential Pesticides Regulation?
Please see the Reducing Pesticide Exposure Program Page for more information.
www.manitoba.ca/pesticide-reduction

IN ACCORDANCE WITH AMENDED MANITOBA REGULATION 94/88R UNDER CHAPTER E125 OF THE ENVIRONMENT ACT A PESTICIDE USE PERMIT is required for pesticide applications:
a) on or in a body of water that is not wholly contained within the person's own property; or
b) on private property to which the public normally has access for recreational purposes (includes golf courses, fair grounds, parks, campgrounds, lodges and cottage subdivisions); or
c) for or on behalf of:

i) a government department;
ii) a Crown corporation;
iii) a municipal corporation;
iv) a school division; or

d) on Crown land or a right-of-way, for an individual other than a farmer or a corporation other than a farm corporation; or

Forms/Guidelines:

Guide to Applicants for Pesticide Use Permits (revised March 2017)

Pesticide Use Permit Application Form (revised April 2017)

Annual Report - Post Seasonal Reports (revised December 2016)

IPM Reporting Guidelines (revised December 2016)

Supplementry Information: Annual and IPM Reports

The submission of a summary of Integrated Pest Management (IPM) practices and techniques exercised in addition to the annual report form must be submitted by all permit holders before March 31 following the year in question, to Manitoba Sustainable Development at the address located on the Form. Please remind the applicators that they are legally required to maintain records of all pesticide applications and to provide you with the necessary information.

Each pesticide (herbicide, insecticide, rodenticide, fungicide) is to be listed separately on the form, along with the Pest Control Product number located on the pesticide container label. This P.C.P. # allows exact determination of the product formulation used. There are also columns for quantity of pesticide used in LITRES and for total area treated in HECTARES. If the space allotted is insufficient, a separate sheet of paper may be used.

A map of the areas treated is required. Where practical, include the legal description of the land and show right-of-way applications. A colour code, or similar approach can be used to indicate where each type of pesticide was used.

If you need paper forms, additional information, or further clarification please contact Krystal Penner.

Information Bulletins
Minimum Recommendations for Storage of Pesticides (pdf 15KB)
Pesticide Container Management (pdf 27KB)