By-Laws - Individual
Under the authority of the Regulated Health Professions Act, 1991 subsection 94.(1), the Council of the College of Psychologists of Ontario may make by-laws related to the administrative and internal affairs of the College. The following by-laws have been made under this section. Most recent revision approved: March 27, 2009, June 19, 2009, September 2010, July 2011, June 2012 and December 2012.
By-Law 3: Meetings of the Council
The Council (a) shall hold regular meetings to be called by the President, (b) shall designate one of its regular meetings as the annual meeting, and (c) may hold special meetings which may be called by the President, or by a quorum of Council members who deposit with the Registrar a written requisition for the meeting containing the matter or matters for decision at the meeting.
By-Law 4: Election of Members of Executive Committee
The Executive Committee of the College Council shall be elected from among the members of Council at the first meeting following the annual elections to Council. The process for these elections shall be conducted in accordance with this by-law.
By-Law 11: Purchasing and Leasing
Goods, equipment, services and real property may be purchased or leased for the benefit of the College if the purchase or lease has been approved as a specific budget item during the setting of the budget or is consistent with the approved budget.
By-Law 12: Execution of Summonses, Notices and Orders
The Registrar may execute summonses, notices and orders on behalf of any committee of the College which is a panel within the meaning of the Regulated Health Professions Act and the Health Professions Procedural Code.
By-Law 13: Audit
The financial year of the College shall terminate on the thirty-first day of May in each year or on such other date as the Council may from time to time by resolution determine.
By-Law 14: Remuneration of Council and Committee Members
The amount payable to a member of Council, other than members appointed by the Lieutenant Governor in Council, for attendance at meetings of Council, at committee meetings or hearings held by the College, or other official College business, shall be as set down in policy by resolution of Council.
By-Law 15: College Memberships
The College shall maintain membership in the Association of Canadian Psychology Regulatory Organizations (ACPRO), the Association of State and Provincial Psychology Boards (ASPPB), the Federation of Health Regulatory Colleges of Ontario (FHRCO), and the Council on Licensure, Enforcement and Regulation (CLEAR) and shall pay the annual assessment required for the membership.
By-Law 18: Fees
Every member shall pay an annual membership fee in accordance with this by-law for each membership year.
By-Law 23: Professional Corporations
Every member of the College shall, for every professional corporation of which the member is a shareholder, submit the appropriate fee and provide, in writing, the following information on the application and annual renewal for a certificate of authorization, upon the written request of the Registrar within 30 days and upon any change in the information within 30 days of the change:
By-Law 24: Forms
The Forms to be issued as a Certificate of Registration Authorizing Autonomous Practice for a Psychologist and a Psychological Associate and the Certificate of Authorization for a Corporation shall read as described in this by-law.
By-Law 25: The Register and Related Matters
The information that a member must provide to the College including contact information and other practice information is prescribed in the by-law as well as the information that is available to the public.
Date Printed: 3/8/2014 4:27:44 AM