Legislation, Regulations and By-Laws
The College By-Laws describe the rules for how the organization operates.
The College receives its authority from two pieces of provincial legislation:
There are three regulations under the Kinesiology Act, 2007 that help govern the kinesiology profession:
Process for creation
Legislation is created by government. Regulations are created by Council and they help govern the profession. If Council determines a need for a regulation, it will develop a draft and circulate it to stakeholders for comment. The comments are reviewed and incorporated into a final version. The Ministry of Health and Long-Term care must approve all regulations made by Ontario health professions regulators. By-laws are created by Council. Council drafts by-laws and circulates them for comment to stakeholders before final approval.