Council’s primary role is to ensure that the interests of the public are protected and maintained.
Council is the policy-making group and board of directors for the College. The College’s administrative staff are responsible for carrying out these policies and administering the Regulated Health Professions Act, the Pharmacy Act and the Drug and Pharmacies Regulation Act and associated regulations.
All Council meetings are open to the public with regularly scheduled meetings four times per year in September, December, March and June. Its activities are subject to review by the
Health Professions Appeal and Review Board, the Health Professions Regulatory Advisory Council and the Minister of Health and Long-Term Care.The Minister can advise or make certain requests of Council regarding the regulatory authorities of the College. Council makes regulations – subject to government approval – under the Regulated Health Professions Act and the Drug and Pharmacies Regulation Act.
Council elects a President and Vice-President from among its members and hires a Registrar who is the Chief Executive Officer of the College. The Registrar oversees the day-to-day work and administrative staff of the College.
Every member of the College who is a resident of Ontario and has paid the annual fee is qualified to vote in Council elections. Elections are held each August for one-third of the electoral districts.
|District H (Hospitals)|
|| Regis Vaillancourt
|Esmail Merani||Tracey Phillips|
|Billy Cheung||James Morrison|
|Mike Hannalah||Kyro Maseh|
| Laura Weyland
|Gerry Cook||Karen Riley|
|Rachelle Rocha||Douglas Stewart|
|District T||District TH|
|Ruth-Ann Plaxton||Goran Petrovic|
|Kathy Al-Zand||Linda Bracken|
|Christine Henderson||Robert Hindman|
|Javaid Khan||James MacLaggan|
|Elnora Magboo||Sylvia Moustacalis|
|Joan A Pajunen||Shahid Rashdi|
|Joy Sommerfreund||Dan Stapleton|
|Ravil Veli||Wes Vickers|
|Faculty of Pharmacy|
|University of Toronto:
|University of Waterloo: