Proposed Fee Increase of $20

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    The College is seeking feedback on a draft amendment to the Fees and Remuneration By-Law that, if passed, would increase the annual membership fee for the year beginning June 1, 2014.


    At its December meeting, after reviewing the proposed budget for 2014, Council has proposed a 1.3% increase in membership fees. This increase would bring the fee that a physician pays to renew a certificate of registration from $1,550 to $1,570.

    The proposed by-law amendment is as follows:

    By-law No. 89

    1. Subsection 4(a) of By-Law No. 2 (the Fees and Remuneration By-Law) is revoked and the following is substituted:

    Annual Fees

    4. Annual fees for the year beginning June 1, 2014, are as follows:

    (a) $1,570 for holders of a certificate of registration other than a certificate of registration authorizing postgraduate education and other than a certificate of registration authorizing supervised practice of a short duration;

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