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March 24, 2022 Board Meeting Highlights

March 25, 2022

College Performance Measurement Framework

Council approved the completed College Performance Measurement Framework (CPMF) for submission to the Ministry of Health. As a self-regulated profession, enhancing accountability and providing valuable information publicly will help to build stakeholder and public trust, and ideally help us to continue to excel as a regulator where we are protecting the public through our operations and programs. The College CPMF will be posted on the College website by the end of March.


Change of Title

As part of ongoing governance modernization, the title Registrar will be replaced with Chief Executive Officer (CEO) & Registrar.


Strategic Planning

In light of the pandemic, the Board has approved an extension of the current strategic plan for an additional year to May 31, 2024.

Review the College’s Strategic Priorities.


Client Bill of Rights

The Client Bill of Rights was approved for circulation. The Bill of Rights will be available later this year.


Standards for Practice

The Standards for Practice draft document was approved for public and stakeholder consultation, which will begin later this year. All current Standards remain in effect and are available online under Standards & Resources.


Committee Reappointments

Six professional reappointments to College Committees were approved.  The ongoing contribution of Committee members is greatly appreciated.

Learn more about the work of College Committees.


Farewell to Board Directors

The College recognized the contributions of outgoing elected Directors of the Board, Aruna Mitra and Michelle Stinson.


Election of Officers

The election of Board officers was conducted. Congratulations to our new Board Executive: Stephanie Schurr (Chair), Heather McFarlane (Vice-Chair), Allan Freedman (Director), and Vincent Samuel (Director).

On behalf of the Board, College Registrar Elinor Larney thanked outgoing Chair of the Board Jennifer Henderson for her leadership over the past year and throughout the pandemic.

Learn how the College Board works to protect the public.