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You decided 2021.

Run or nominate for College Council

Interested in shaping Ontario’s teaching profession or know someone who is? Consider running or nominating a colleague for one of 23 elected Council positions.
As a Council member, you would provide leadership for the teaching profession in Ontario.
Nominations open August 18.
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You're invited to the College Annual Meeting of Members (Virtual). Join us on September 23.

Hear about the College activities and achievements during the last year.
When: 5:30 p.m. on Wednesday September 23
Who can attend: College members and the public
Can't attend? Watch our live stream
Click here to learn more.

The College is open, virtually

As the COVID-19 situation evolves, we continue to work from home and are available to assist you. However, there may be delays in certain processes.

Visit our COVID-19 webpage to access a variety of information, resources and frequently asked questions.

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Roles of Council committees

There are 14 Council committees that help to govern the College. Each committee has a unique role in protecting the public interest.

For example, the Governance Committee ensures that the Council and the College function in accordance with the relevant legislation, regulations and bylaws of the College.


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