This practice helps ensure an intentional approach to respecting the diversity of applicants and ensuring equity in licensing outcomes.
This practice may be of interest to regulators who wish to inform applicants that each registration requirement exists in the public interest.
This practice explores strategies to ensure consistency in decision-making.
The registration committee of the College of Chiropractors of Ontario (CCO)...
This practice will interest regulators who are exploring ways to be objective when selecting committee members and chairs.
The College of Physiotherapists...
Access to Ontario's Regulated Professions and the Need to Embrace Newcomers in the Global Economy
The OFC is developing open-access, interactive, free, online learning modules.
Commissioner Jean Augustine is honoured with an appointment to the Order of the British Empire.
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In February 2012, Jean Augustine was reappointed for a two-year term as Ontario's Fairness Commissioner. She is the first and only person ever to hold this position, beginning in 2007. A Member of the Order of Canada - in recognition of her “distinguished career as an educator, politician and advocate for social justice” - her many accomplishments include being the first African-Canadian woman elected to the Parliament of Canada and then the first black woman to serve in a federal Cabinet.