In response to the evolving COVID-19 pandemic, and its impact on members’ practice, the College has reduced the 2021-2022 renewal fees for the General Class by $300. This is a one-time reduction. We hope that this reduction in fees will assist our members’ ability to renew their registration with the College. This will ensure that Ontarians can access safe, qualified TCM healthcare services. This reduction is expected to result in a significant loss of revenue in the fiscal year of 2021-2022, and the College will fund this loss of revenue from its reserve fund.
Every member holding a General, Student or Inactive certificate of registration must renew their registration with the College by April 1. Members are required to:
Renewals must be submitted online through the Member Portal. The completed renewal form must be received by the College by 11:59 p.m. ET on April 1, 2021. Please click here for a step by step guide.
Renewals received incomplete or after the deadline are subject to a late penalty fee. A certificate of registration that is not renewed may be suspended for non-payment of fees. Individuals holding a suspended certificate of registration are not members of the College, and therefore, are not legally entitled to practice traditional Chinese medicine in Ontario.
If you wish to transfer to or from Inactive Class of Registration during the annual renewal period, please click here for more information.
Members requesting to resign or reinstate must notify the College by contacting us by email at email@example.com.