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  • Council Meeting Highlights – June 24, 2022

    Council Meeting Highlights – June 24, 2022 Council met in a hybrid environment on June 24, 2022. During this Council meeting Council received Diversity, Equity and Inclusion training, and also approved several key items that have important implications to governance for Council as well as the College’s work over the next three years. Financial MattersCouncil...more
  • College shows support for a unified plan for vision care, collaboration amongst Canada’s Vision Professionals, and more at a Vision Health Month Summit in Ottawa

    On May 26, the College’s Director of Research and Policy, Dr. Chad Andrews, attended a Vision Health Month Summit in Ottawa to represent the College on a panel that addressed the issue of a national vision care strategy. The panel was oriented around new research showing that approximately 1.2 million Canadians currently live with vision...more
  • College Office is Closed to Walk-In Visitors and Courier Services

    The College is not accepting walk-in visitors or courier services at this time. Please call or email the College (contact info on the right) to make an appointment for a visit.
  • Council Meeting Highlights – March 23, 2022

    Council Meeting Highlights – March 23, 2022 Council met in a hybrid environment on March 23, 2022 and approved several key items that have important implications eyecare in Ontario, and governance for Council. Evaluating Access to Eyecare in OntarioCouncil approved the motion for the Clinical Practice Panel to begin steps on how best to conduct...more
  • College of Optometrists Submits 2021 College Performance Measurement Framework Report

    The CPMF is a standardized reporting tool that was launched by the Ministry of Health in 2020. Through the CPMF, regulatory colleges are required to measure and report on Ministry-specified standards and indicators in a standardized way. This information is not assessed by the Ministry but rather shared with the public to help strengthen accountability...more

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