Category Archives: Registration and Fitness

Regulatory blackjack: 21 cases in professional regulation

Use of titles: Ontario’s Regulated Health Professions Act, 1991 prohibits traditional Chinese medical practitioners from using the title “doctor” until a regulation enacted under the Traditional Chinese Medicine Act prescribes its use. A Registration Regulation of the College that did not…

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2013 professional regulatory round-up

Here are some key Canadian cases and trends from 2013  relating to professional regulation. 1. Adequacy of reasons: In 2013, courts continued to look at how decision-makers must show in their written reasons that they remain impartial, and have grappled…

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Adequacy of reasons and credibility

Where a hearing panel assesses the credibility of an applicant’s account of events, the panel may not need to set out a detailed credibility analysis if it demonstrates that it grappled with the substance of the credibility issue. This principle…

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2013 Conference – Frequently Asked Questions

Professional Regulation Conference: Vancouver Convention Centre, November 15, 2013 Frequently Asked Questions About the Conference Q: I am a regulator from another province and different legislation applies to me. Will the conference deal with topics in a way that takes…

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