Act

Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care

Regulation Number(s):
Regulation 791 (Occupational Therapy Bursaries)
Regulation 792 (Physiotherapy Bursaries)
Regulation 793 (Speech Pathology and Audiology Bursaries)
299/11
300/11
Instrument Type:
Act
Bill or Act:
Ministry of Health Act
Summary of Decision:
The above mentioned regulations were filed on June 24, 2011. The regulations were filed as O. Reg. 299/11 & O. Reg 300/11. The regulations were published on e-laws on June 28th, 2011 and both were published in the Ontario Gazette on July 9th, 2011.

Further Information:
Proposal Number:
11-HLTC021
Posting Date:
March 21, 2011
Summary of Proposal:
It is proposed that the following regulations be revoked as they became spent as of 10/10/1997:

Regulation 791 (Occupational Therapy Bursaries) under the Ministry of Health Act prescribed the rules for receipt of bursaries by applicants within the meaning of the regulation. The bursaries were available to eligible applicants to assist with financing of an academic year of education and training in occupational therapy. The regulation set out the amount of the bursary, the application process, the locations where the applicant could complete training (a designated hospital or board of health), and the rules for repayment upon the occurrence of certain circumstances.

Regulation 792 (Physiotherapy Bursaries) under the Ministry of Health Act prescribed the rules for receipt of bursaries by applicants within the meaning of the regulation. The bursaries were available to eligible applicants to assist with financing of an academic year of education and training in physiotherapy. The Regulation set out the amount of the bursary, the application process, the locations where the applicant could complete training (a designated hospital), and the rules for repayment upon the occurrence of certain circumstances.


Regulation 793 (Speech Pathology and Audiology Bursaries) under the Ministry of Health Act prescribed the rules for receipt of bursaries by applicants within the meaning of the regulation. The bursaries were available to eligible applicants to assist with financing of an academic year of education and training in speech pathology or audiology. The Regulation set out the amount of the bursary, the application process, the locations where the applicant could complete training (a designated hospital or board of health), and the rules for repayment upon the occurrence of certain circumstances.
Contact Address:
Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care
Health Human Resources Strategy Division
56 Wellesley Street West, 12th Floor
Toronto ON M5S 2S3

Effective Date:
June 24, 2011
Decision:
Approved