Many Ontario companies are listed here.
Some even continue to promote Certified Organic on their website, even though they have lost thier registration status.
All organic operations certified to the USDA organic standards are required to comply with all National Organic Program regulations (7 CFR Part 205). If a non-compliance is identified, the operation is notified in writing. If an operation fails to correct the non-compliance or otherwise resolve it, the operation’s organic certification is suspended or revoked. The distinction between suspension and revocation depends on the severity of the non-compliance. A suspended operation may not sell or represent their product as USDA organic until it is reinstated in writing. A revoked operation or a person responsible for a revoked operation may not obtain certification for a period of five years.