CNAR 2020 Session Rentals
Missed your opportunity to register for the CNAR 2020 Interactive Digital Event? We are now offering the chance to view select sessions! Rental includes 72-hour access to the video recording. (Please note, the pricing is per session and does not include the attendee chat content). All videos include HST.
The Role of Regulators and Systemic Racism (Original broadcast date: October 14, 2020)
This session explores issues of race and racialization within regulated professional contexts. Facilitated by Zubin Austin, Professor and Koffler Research Chair at the Leslie Dan Faculty of Pharmacy and the Institute for Health Policy, Management, and Evaluation at the Faculty of Medicine at the University of Toronto, this discussion addresses important issues associated with inclusion, diversity, and equity within regulated professions. Featured panel includes Shamira Madhany, Managing Director, Deputy Executive Director, World Education Service and Jan Robinson, Registrar & CEO, College of Veterinarians of Ontario.
Braiding Two Worlds: Developing Culturally-Responsive Regulatory Practices in an Era of Truth and Reconciliation
(Original broadcast date: October 15, 2020)
The mandate of the Ontario College of Teachers involves reviewing and accrediting programs of professional education including a number of Indigenous Education programs in several faculties of education across Ontario. Accreditation reviews involve coordination between Accreditation Unit staff, faculties, accreditation panels, and the Accreditation Committee of the Council. These coordinated efforts demonstrate a shared commitment to ensure a high standard for teacher education programs in the province of Ontario. To further situate the work of accreditation in an era of Truth and Reconciliation, the Accreditation Unit has engaged in a review of its regulatory processes. By engaging Indigenous scholars and knowledge holders to lead us in the development of culturally-responsive processes within existing structures of the regulatory environment, we have engaged members and the broader public to provide input on how to adapt a colonial ‘transactional’ process in an attempt to braid the two world-views. This panel features Anna-Marie Nielsen, Manager of Accreditation, Ontario College of Teachers; Carmelina Martin, Program Officer, Ontario College of Teachers; and Marg Raynor, Program Coordinator, The Tecumseh Center for Aboriginal Research and Education.
Top Ten Cases
(Original broadcast date: November 18, 2020)
This session covers the ten most significant professional regulation cases decided during the past year. Cases cover all areas of professional regulation (e.g., registration, complaints, discipline). For each case you will not only find out what decision was made and why, but also the lessons regulators can learn from the cases. Facilitated by Richard Steinecke, this panel of regulatory experts features Marjorie Hickey, McInnes Cooper; Julie Maciura, Steinecke Maciura LeBlanc; and James Casey, Field Law.