Council is the main governing and decision-making body of the College. The Council is comprised of no more than 17 members; nine professional members elected by members in the five districts, and a minimum of five and no more than eight public members appointed by the Lieutenant Governor of Ontario.
Your participation, either by running as a candidate or casting a vote, will give you an opportunity to make an impact on the regulation of the traditional Chinese medicine profession in Ontario.
A by-election will be held for the one Council position available for members practicing in District 3 – Central, which is comprised of the city of Toronto and the regional municipality of York.
For the year 2022, two Council positions are available for members practicing in District 4 – Central West, which is comprised of the counties of Dufferin, Wellington, Haldimand, Brant and Norfolk, the regional municipalities of Halton, Niagara, Peel, and Waterloo, and the city of Hamilton.
For the year 2022, one Council position is available for members practicing in District 5 – West, which is comprised of the counties of Essex, Bruce, Grey, Lambton, Elgin, Middlesex, Huron, Perth, Oxford, and the regional municipality of Chatham- Kent.
The term of office of a Member elected to Council is approximately three years, commencing with the first regular meeting of Council immediately following the election.
A Member who has served on Council for nine consecutive years is ineligible for election to Council until a full three-year term has passed since that Member last served on Council.
|1 & 2||2023 2026|
|4 & 5||2022 2025|