Bylaws are enacted by the BCCNP board, subject to oversight by the Minister of Health.
Most bylaw changes are subject to a minimum three-month public notice period, unless the Minister specifies a shorter period. Where notice is required, BCCNP is responsible for giving the notice including posting the proposed change on the BCCNP website.
All bylaw changes must be filed with the Minister to be effective. Filed bylaw changes come into force 60 days after the date of filing unless, within that period, the Minister either disallows the change or specifies an earlier date or the BCCNP board withdraws the change.
Cynthia Johansen Registrar and
Chief Executive Officer900 – 200 Granville StVancouver BC V6C 1S4
Extend by one year the transition timeline for aligning annual renewal cycles for BCCNP's four registrant groups and moving to a new renewal period for all registrant groups. For
details, please see this announcement and this redlined version
of the affected bylaws.
Please submit any comments on these proposed amendments to BCCNP before July 3, 2019. BCCNP may seek approval from the Minister of Health for a shortened pre-filing notice period after that date.
BC Health Regulators
BC Legislative Assembly