Under the Health Professions Act, CMTBC grants registration to applicants who meet the conditions and requirements for registration, and who pay the required fees. In most cases, this occurs through the normal application process.
In a few cases, however, there may be a question about an applicant’s suitability or eligibility for registration. For example, where an applicant has been convicted of an indictable offence under the Criminal Code, or has lost the entitlement to practice a health profession in another jurisdiction, the Registration Committee may investigate the matter. Depending on the outcome, the Committee may refuse registration, or may grant limited or conditional registration.
Decisions in which the Registration Committee has refused to grant registration are posted on this page.