In Canada its 9 months to 12 months. Here is a link to our pediatrics site that are Dr's and pedi give us to go by.
This is from the site itself.
6 to 9 months 9 to 12 months
Offer up to 30 to 60 mL (2 to 4 tbsp.) of iron-fortified infant cereal, twice a day. Then try other grain products such as small pieces of dry toast. Offer other plain cereals, whole grain bread, rice and pasta.
Offer puréed cooked vegetables—yellow, green or orange. Move to soft, mashed cooked vegetables.
Offer puréed cooked fruits, very ripe mashed fruits (such as bananas). Try soft fresh fruits, peeled, seeded and diced or canned fruit, packed in water or juice (not syrup).
Meat and alternatives
Offer puréed cooked meat, fish, chicken, tofu, mashed beans, egg yolk. Mince or dice these foods into very small pieces.
Milk and milk products
Right here it states 9 months to 12 months
At 9 months
, you can offer dairy foods like yogurt (3.25% or higher), cottage cheese or grated hard cheese.
Introduce whole cow’s milk (3.25%). <-----------Here.
After 12 months of age
, your baby should not take more than 720 mL (24 oz.) of milk products per day. Too much milk can lead to iron deficiency anemia