Category Archives: Inquiry and Investigations

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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Moral or religious objections and professional obligations

The standards of health care colleges may provide that professionals who refuse to provide specific kinds of care based on moral or religious grounds “must” provide patients with effective referrals to other health-care providers. Such standards may be in the…

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2017 regulatory round-up

In June, Lisa C. Fong and Angie Westmacott, Q.C., co-chaired a CLE session on self-regulating professions, where they, as well as Rebecca Durcan and Katrina Haymond, identified a number of ongoing, general trends in professional regulation: public skepticism about self-regulation;…

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