您知道吗?渥太华市政府禁止在家庭厨房进行商业运作

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您知道吗?渥太华市政府禁止在家庭厨房进行商业运作



在疫情期间,很多人可能都在寻找新的商机。虽然渥太华市政府支持市民寻找商机的努力,但是这是以您所选择进行商业活动的地点必须合法为前提的。

最近市政府注意到,在过去的几个月里,与家庭厨房有关的生意明显增加。这些生意在例如像脸书,Kijiji,和其他当地中文的平台上卖食品。这样的业务是不可以在非商业物业或居民家中进行的。

实际上,所有经营食品的地点和业务,包括外送定制食品的业务,都必须在有商业执照的厨房里准备和储存食品。除此以外,还要遵守安大略省健康保护和促进法里的有关规定。

虽然有些生意和业务可以在家经营,但是与食品有关的生意和业务是不可以在家进行的。在渥太华,任何需要在市政府领取执照的业务,根据渥太华土地规划法例,通常是不可以在家运作的。

正规运作的餐馆,不仅需要获得一个每年年检的食品经营地址的执照,还要接受渥太华公共卫生局的监督。该局确保您在合法经营的餐馆里所吃到的食品是在安全干净的条件和程序中制作出来的。关于每家餐馆的检查报告可在渥太华公共卫生局的网站ottawapublichealth.ca上看到。

任何居民如果看到有在家庭厨房或无证非法经营食品制作和买卖的有关情况,请立即拨打市政热线3-1-1投诉,市政府会派执法官员进行调查。

渥太华市政府会给非法经营的食品业务发出停止经营的通知。如果不按要求立即停止,将有可能受到最高5万加元的罚款。

(此中文稿由市政府的新闻通稿翻译而来。如有歧义,请以英文稿件为主)



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Did you know? Home-based food businesses are not permitted in the City of Ottawa


During the COVID-19 pandemic, many have sought out new business opportunities. While the City of Ottawa supports residents in these endeavours, please first ensure that the business can operate legally from the location of your choice.

Specifically, it has come to the City’s attention that there has been an increase in home-based food businesses over the past few months. These businesses tend to sell food through online platforms like Facebook Marketplace, Kijii and other local Chinese platforms, for example.

This type of business is not allowed to operate out of a residential property.

In fact, all food premises and food businesses, including catering companies, must prepare and store food in a commercial licensed kitchen. In addition, they must comply with the regulations as indicated under the Health Protection and Promotion Act.

While there are some businesses that are permitted to operate from a residential property, otherwise known as a home-based business, home-based food businesses are not allowed.

Any business that requires a City of Ottawa Business license is generally not permitted
to operate as a home-based business under the City of Ottawa Zoning By-law.

Restaurants that operate legally, not only obtain a food premise license, which must be renewed annually, but they also are subject to Public Health inspections (PHIs). PHIs make sure that the food you are eating is prepared using safe and clean practices. Results of these inspections are posted on ottawapublichealth.ca.

Residents with concerns about food premises that are operating without a business license and/or from a residential property should file a report via 3-1-1, and an Officer will be dispatched to investigate.

Food businesses that operate illegally will be served with a notice to cease operations. Failure to do so can result in fines up to $50,000.



Disclaimer:Any business listed in this section must agree to follow the city's licensing requirement for food services. CFC does not take responsibility in any damage caused by services listed in this section

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【渥太华市政府的通告】


您知道吗?渥太华市政府禁止在家庭厨房进行商业运作



在疫情期间,很多人可能都在寻找新的商机。虽然渥太华市政府支持市民寻找商机的努力,但是这是以您所选择进行商业活动的地点必须合法为前提的。

最近市政府注意到,在过去的几个月里,与家庭厨房有关的生意明显增加。这些生意在例如像脸书,Kijiji,和其他当地中文的平台上卖食品。这样的业务是不可以在非商业物业或居民家中进行的。

实际上,所有经营食品的地点和业务,包括外送定制食品的业务,都必须在有商业执照的厨房里准备和储存食品。除此以外,还要遵守安大略省健康保护和促进法里的有关规定。

虽然有些生意和业务可以在家经营,但是与食品有关的生意和业务是不可以在家进行的。在渥太华,任何需要在市政府领取执照的业务,根据渥太华土地规划法例,通常是不可以在家运作的。

正规运作的餐馆,不仅需要获得一个每年年检的食品经营地址的执照,还要接受渥太华公共卫生局的监督。该局确保您在合法经营的餐馆里所吃到的食品是在安全干净的条件和程序中制作出来的。关于每家餐馆的检查报告可在渥太华公共卫生局的网站ottawapublichealth.ca上看到。

任何居民如果看到有在家庭厨房或无证非法经营食品制作和买卖的有关情况,请立即拨打市政热线3-1-1投诉,市政府会派执法官员进行调查。

渥太华市政府会给非法经营的食品业务发出停止经营的通知。如果不按要求立即停止,将有可能受到最高5万加元的罚款。

(此中文稿由市政府的新闻通稿翻译而来。如有歧义,请以英文稿件为主)



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Did you know? Home-based food businesses are not permitted in the City of Ottawa


During the COVID-19 pandemic, many have sought out new business opportunities. While the City of Ottawa supports residents in these endeavours, please first ensure that the business can operate legally from the location of your choice.

Specifically, it has come to the City’s attention that there has been an increase in home-based food businesses over the past few months. These businesses tend to sell food through online platforms like Facebook Marketplace, Kijii and other local Chinese platforms, for example.

This type of business is not allowed to operate out of a residential property.

In fact, all food premises and food businesses, including catering companies, must prepare and store food in a commercial licensed kitchen. In addition, they must comply with the regulations as indicated under the Health Protection and Promotion Act.

While there are some businesses that are permitted to operate from a residential property, otherwise known as a home-based business, home-based food businesses are not allowed.

Any business that requires a City of Ottawa Business license is generally not permitted
to operate as a home-based business under the City of Ottawa Zoning By-law.

Restaurants that operate legally, not only obtain a food premise license, which must be renewed annually, but they also are subject to Public Health inspections (PHIs). PHIs make sure that the food you are eating is prepared using safe and clean practices. Results of these inspections are posted on ottawapublichealth.ca.

Residents with concerns about food premises that are operating without a business license and/or from a residential property should file a report via 3-1-1, and an Officer will be dispatched to investigate.

Food businesses that operate illegally will be served with a notice to cease operations. Failure to do so can result in fines up to $50,000.
 
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