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Professional Regulation: The Political Winds Are Blowing
Professional regulators should be aware that "the political winds are blowing." Some say that a real storm is brewing while others claim that this is simply a short-lived squall
Canada
28 May 2019
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Good Character: An Important Regulatory Tool Even In An Age Of Labour Mobility
In applying for registration in Alberta, Dr. Lum submitted reference letters attesting to his good character.
Canada
28 Mar 2019
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Year in Review: Important Professional Regulatory Cases Of 2018
Learn about the most important professional regulatory Court cases of the past year. What are the key legal trends? What are the strategic and operational implications for regulators?
Canada
16 Jan 2019
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Bill 21 Update: An Act To Protect Patients Now Partially In Force
In our November 5, 2018 Professional Regulatory Alert we provided a brief summary of Bill 21, "An Act to Protect Patients" and addressed some of the implementation steps required of Colleges.
Canada
26 Nov 2018
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Bill 21 – An Act To Protect Patients
In June of 2018, Alberta Health issued a Discussion Document indicating that the Government was considering amendments to the Health Professions Act (HPA) to better protect patients from sexual abuse by health professionals.
Canada
23 Nov 2018
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Bill 21 – An Act To Protect Patient
In June of 2018, Alberta Health issued a Discussion Document indicating that the Government was considering amendments to the Health Professions Act to better protect patients from sexual abuse by health professionals.
Canada
12 Nov 2018
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The Relationship Between Council And The Chief Executive Officer
The Chief Executive Officer of a professional regulatory organization is the senior staff person responsible for the overall operations of the organization.
Canada
27 Sep 2017
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The Canadian Free Trade Agreement – "Old Wine In New Bottles" For Labour Mobility
Judging from the headlines touting the new Canadian Free Trade Agreement ("CFTA") as "the biggest step forward in removing barriers to internal trade…in the history of Canada,"
Canada
7 Jun 2017
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Restoring the Balance: Lessons from the Human Rights Appeal of Mihaly v Association of Professional Engineers and Geoscientists of Alberta 2016 ABQB 61
We had earlier provided clients with a brief summary of the Mihaly decision in an e-blast sent out on January 27, 2016.[1] This article is a follow-up and includes some of the top lessons for regulators and their legal counsel.
Canada
26 Apr 2016
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Alberta Court Determines APEGA's Registration Examinations Are Not Discriminatory
Mr. Ladislav Mihaly was born and educated as an engineer in the former Czechoslovakia. After immigrating to Canada, Mr. Mihaly applied to APEGA for registration as a Professional Engineer.
Canada
11 Feb 2016
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Professional Regulatory Training: A Commitment To Excellence
Professional regulatory organizations are committed to the ongoing professional development of their members.
Canada
28 Oct 2015
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You Raise The Issue - Compensation And Terminating Executives
Twenty four months has generally been considered to be the upper limit for reasonable notice of termination without just cause.
Canada
3 Jun 2015
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The Top 10 "Tips And Traps" For Tribunal Member Conduct
Unless you are a very experienced Chair, you may forget the appropriate steps that must be taken in a hearing leading to confusion and procedural unfairness.
Canada
24 Nov 2014
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Human Rights Challenges And Internationally Educated Professionals: Mihaly v. APEGA
An Alberta Human Rights Tribunal held that the Association of Professional Engineers and Geoscientists of Alberta discriminated against Ladislav Mihaly.
Canada
7 May 2014
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Case Update: Wright v. College and Association of Registered Nurses of Alberta (Appeals Committee) 2012 ABCA 267
In the November 6, 2012 edition of Perspectives for the Professions we reported on the decision of the Court of Appeal referenced above.
Canada
6 Apr 2013
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Unprofessional Conduct And Addictions
A health professional steals narcotics from her employer, falsifies narcotic records to cover-up the thefts and then consumes the narcotics when she is off-shift.
Canada
12 Nov 2012
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Case Update: Wright v. College And Association Of Registered Nurses Of Alberta (Appeals Committee), 2012 ABCA 267
On September 18, 2012 the Alberta Court of Appeal released a decision in the companion cases of Wright v. CARNA and Helmer v. CARNA.
Canada
3 Oct 2012
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Professional Regulators Must Address Human Rights Issues: Burden Or Blessing?
Seasoned professional regulators know that human rights issues arise from time to time in the regulatory context.
Canada
24 Jul 2012
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