Category Archives: Registration and Fitness

Fitness and the ungovernable member

Entry requirements of “good character” and “fitness” are clearly malleable. They consist of equally difficult concepts like honesty, integrity, and trustworthiness, and they turn on cultural and social expectations about which people differ. Yet good character and fitness requirements persist…

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Addressing Disabilities and Accommodations

As most of you will already be aware, on January 16th of this year our firm co-presented a 2 hour webinar with the Victoria-based firm of Lovett & Westmacott in which we addressed how professional regulation interfaces with human rights…

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Labour mobility and equivalent registration classes

To obtain a certificate of registration through interprovincial mobility provisions, an applicant must have an equivalent licence in another jurisdiction, and be deemed fit to practice. The Ontario HPARB decided an “inactive” license in Saskatchewan was not equivalent to a…

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