The Coalition's advocacy work and preparation of position statements continued. Many meetings were held with ministry officials, the Transitional Council, and politicians. The Steering Committee was present at all of the public consultations held on the Regulations and at all public Transitional Council meetings. [click year for more details]

Letters were submitted noting concerns to the TC and the appropriate government officials. Position papers were delivered to the TC and government. The main issues were related to the RMHT title, speciality titles, the lack of a Master’s credential stated explicitly in the regulations and currency. The Coalition and member organization submitted responses to the call for input on the regulations.

The Ministry made the announcement that it expected the new College to be up and running by April 1, 2013. The Transitional Council held Stakeholder Consultations in the summer with regard to the Misconduct Regulations and the draft Registration Regulations.

In December 2011 the Registration Regulations, Misconduct Regulations and Quality Assurance Regulations were sent to the Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care for approval.