Category Archives: Professional Regulation

BC HPRB: The adequacy of an investigation where assertions conflict

An investigation may fail to be adequate where an Inquiry Committee fails to make inquiries addressing conflicting assertions of complainant and registrant, and instead simply accepts the assertions of the registrant, as illustrated in Complainant v. College of Physicians and…

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BC HPRB: Labour mobility, reciprocal registration and US licensees

The Health Professions Review Board (HPRB) addressed the ability of an applicant to obtain “reciprocal” registration with a health college in British Columbia, based on his former unregulated practice in another Canadian jurisdiction, and his current licensed practice in a…

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The Ontario HPARB: A scope of review limited to what is sought

Ontario’s Health Professions Appeal and Review Board (HPARB) cannot review a decision with respect to multiple registrants if a complainant limits her application for review to one registrant only. That conclusion led an Ontario court to find a decision of…

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News and Events: The CLE Administrative Law Manual

JUNE 20, 2012: Ng Ariss Fong is proud to be a part of the content-writing team for the Brand-new B.C. Administrative Law Manual. Chapter 11 of the Manual covers the history, scope, and grounds of judicial review of administrative decisions, and…

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