Legislation and Regulations

Please note that legislation represents the highest level of rules, while regulations, by-laws and standards supplement the legislation. They are not intended to replace nor contradict legislation.

Veuillez noter que les lois ont préséance sur l'ensemble des règles d'exercice. Les règlements d'application de la loi, les règlements administratifs et les normes de pratique complètent les lois et ne visent en aucune façon à remplacer une loi ni à la contredire.

Legislation/ législation:

EN Legislation

FR Législation

Audiology and Speech-Language Pathology Act, 1991 audiologistes et les orthophonistes (Loi de 1991 sur les), L.O. 1991, chap. 19
Child and Family Services Act services à l'enfance et à la famille (Loi sur les)
Education Act éducation (Loi sur l'), L.R.O. 1990, chap. E.2
Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act accès à l'information et la protection de la vie privée (Loi sur l')
Health Care Consent Act, 1996 consentement aux soins de santé (Loi de 1996 sur le)
Municipal Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act accès à l'information municipale et la protection de la vie privée (Loi sur l')
Personal Health Information Protection Act, 2004 protection des renseignements personnels sur la santé (Loi de 2004 sur la)
Public Hospitals Act hôpitaux publics (Loi sur les)
Regulated Health Professions Act, 1991 and the Health Professions Procedural Code professions de la santé réglementées (Loi de 1991 sur les)
Regulations under RHPA:
Definition of patient critères applicables aux patients
Information on the register informations à figurer dans le registre d'un college (ask Valencia)

Regulations/ règlements:

All members must take note of the following regarding the College’s proposed regulations for:

  1. Advertising
  2. Conflict of Interest

Although these Regulations have not yet been enacted, it is expected that members will follow these Regulations as being reflective of the current standards of practice in these areas. They reflect the most current thinking of the Council of the College as to: the distinction between improper and proper advertising, and what situations may give rise to a real or perceived conflict of interest for members, respectively.

The enacted Professional Misconduct Regulation refers to each of these three areas broadly.

1. Paragraph 1.34 of the Professional Misconduct Regulation defines professional misconduct as including “Improperly advertising or permitting advertising with respect to the member’s practice”. Members should take the proposed Advertising Regulation into account as guidance as to the distinction between proper and improper advertising.

2. Paragraph 1.11 of the Professional Misconduct Regulation defines professional misconduct as including “Practising the profession while the member is in a conflict of interest”. Members should take the proposed Conflict of Interest Regulation into account as guidance regarding what situations may give   rise to a real or perceived conflict of interest.

EN Regulations

FR Règlements

Proposed Advertising Regulation 2013 -
Records Regulation 2015 -
Certificates of Authorization -
Professional Misconduct Regulation -
Registration Regulation -
Quality Assurance Regulation -

By-laws/ règlement administratif:

ENBy-laws

FRRèglement administratif

By-Law #1 - A By-Law Relating Generally To The Conduct Of The Affairs Of The College -
By-law #2 A By-law relating to Fees of the College -
Attachment to By-law #2 Schedule of Fees -
By-law #3 – A By-law relating to Remuneration of Members -
By-law #4 – A By-law relating to Professional Corporations -
By-law #5 – A By-law relating to the Register of the College -
By-law #6 – A By-law relating generally to the Professional Liability Insurance -
By-law #7 – A Bylaw relating to Code of Ethics for Members of the College Code de déontologie

 

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