Ontario College of Trades - Proposed Professional Misconduct Regulation
Bill or Act:
Ontario College of Trades and Apprenticeship Act 2009
Summary of Decision:
The approved regulation will define professional misconduct that will be central to every stage of the Ontario College of Trades complaints and discipline process.
October 19, 2012
Summary of Proposal:
The College was established to grant Ontario's 157 trades the ability to self-regulate. This ability is a privilege that comes with a duty to serve and protect the public interest (OCTAA, section 10). This duty will be fulfilled in part by defining professional misconduct in a regulation that will be central to every stage of the College's complaints and discipline process.
The College is inviting stakeholder feedback and public comment on a proposed Board regulation defining professional misconduct.
To review the proposed regulation and instructions for submitting comments on it, please visit the College's website via the link in the "Further Information" section below.
PLEASE NOTE: Do not submit comments using the email link at the bottom of this page. The College will only consider comments submitted through a completed comment form which is available on the College's website.
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Royal Assent Date:
April 8, 2013