There are a number of mould remediation guidelines in Canada. These include:
Mould Remediation Guidelines for the Canadian Construction Industry
The mould remediation guidelines prepared by the Canadian Construction Association offers practical advice on mould-related issues (legal, insurance, and health considerations). It also offers helpful information on how to minimize mould growth, identify and measure it, and step-by-step instructions on remediation.
The guide is free to download from the CCA website http://www.cca-acc.com/documents/electronic/cca82/cca82.pdf and hardcopies can be purchased from your local construction associations.
EACO Mould Abatement Guidelines
Environmental Abatement Council of Ontario prepared this mould remediation guidelines to assist building owners, constructors, contractors, subcontractors and workers who have duties under the Occupational Health and Safety Act and its Regulations to safely perform work activities involving Mould (Microbial) Abatement and remediation. A free copy is available on their site at http://www.eacoontario.com/downloads.htm
OAA Mould Control Practice Guide
The Ontario Association of Architects (OAA) issued the Mould Control Practice Guide to assist and educate its members with respect to certain matters related to mould and mould in buildings. The guide is available at their website at http://www.oaa.on.ca/client/oaa/OAAHome.nsf/web/Mould+in+Buildings+-+OAA+Mould+Practice+Guide?OpenDocument