Join us in this virtual discussion as panelists explore:
Is the concept of public interest so ill-defined that it is not useful and possibly harmful?
Harry Cayton proposes object statements should be more direct and provide less 'wiggle room.' Would you agree?
Assuming that governments are not going to tighten object statements at this time, what are we to do?
One interesting development has been in Alberta, where the government has mandated that regulatory colleges divest themselves of association functions. Will this resolve the issue?
Date: February 2nd, 2022 Time: 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM ET Location: Zoom (link to be sent out prior to event)
CNAR Virtual Discussions events serve to connect the regulatory community on a monthly basis to discuss hot topics in an unscripted and relaxed atmosphere. This discussion will be facilitated by Claude Balthazard, Registrar and VP Regulation, Human Resources Professionals Association. The following panelists will be featured: Cynthia Johansen, CEO and Registrar at BC College of Nurses and Midwives; Lynsay Nair, Executive Director, Saskatchewan Association of Licensed Practical Nurses; Richard Steinecke*, counsel to Steinecke Maciura LeBlanc; and Jason Kully, Partner, Field Law.
This event is free to all CNAR Members and $35 for non-Members. *Schedule permitting.