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There are many licenced dentists in Ontario.

Which is wording to use in Canadian writing? ,............................ "licenced" or "licensed"?
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'license' is American and 'licence' is British
But the question is about 'licenced'/'licensed' and which form is used in Canadian writing, not British.
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Let's ask Clive who is a veteran member and a Canadian!
Still I would say it's licence similar to British.

According to this source, both versions are possible.

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In BE, 'licence' is the noun and 'license' the verb.

So it's 'a licensed dentist' in BE, as the past participle of the verb is used adjectivally.
'license' the verb.
How do you say licence is not possible for verb? It is possible in British English!
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