The College is governed by a Council of 14 elected members of the College and 10 public members appointed by the Lieutenant Governor-in-Council, who represent sectors of Ontario society as set out in a regulation. The Council makes decisions related to entry to practise requirements, standards of practice, a code of ethics and professional misconduct. The statutory committees of the Council make decisions related to registration appeals, complaints, professional misconduct, incompetence and incapacity.
Read biographies of Council members.
View Committee structures.
Upcoming Council meetings.
Information about future elections of Council members.