Category Archives: Professional Regulation

#MeToo

We recently attended CNAR 2018 which included a session on the implications of the #MeToo  movement for professional regulators. The room was packed with attendees with some people having to stand.  The session began with the presenters asking how many…

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You’re wrong but we won’t tell you why: oversight of citations

In 2016, the B.C. government “took back” the Real Estate Council of British Columbia, in part by populating the Council exclusively with government appointees, and in part by giving oversight powers to the Superintendent of Real Estate. The Superintendent received…

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Injunctions against unauthorized practice may reflect legal changes

An injunction against unauthorized practice that sets out specific restricted activities may be amended by the court to reflect changes in the law, based on the court’s original intention that unauthorized practitioners comply with the law as amended from time to time, rather than law that has become outdated: College of…

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