The Registration Committee conducts formal hearings between the Registrar and applicants for licensure. Applicants who have received a Notice of Proposal to refuse to issue a licence from the Registrar may request a hearing by the Registration Committee. At a hearing, an applicant must demonstrate that the applicant who had received the Registrar’s Notice of Proposal to refuse, meets the requirements set out under the Professional Engineers Act and its Regulations, or, that the applicant should be granted an exemption and will engage in the practice of the professional engineering, with competence and integrity. If the applicant is successful in making that evidence, the Registration Committee can order that the Registrar issue to the applicant a licence, provisional licence, Certification of Authorization, temporary licence or limited licence, as the case may be. Applicants for a licence who meet the requirements for the issuance of a licence, may also request the issuance of a provisional licence. Applicants who disagree with the Registrar’s proposal to refuse to issue a licence, may also make an additional request to the Registration Committee for an Order directing the Registrar to issue a provisional licence at a hearing of the Registration Committee regarding their contested application for a licence.
2019/2020 Hearing Schedule
|Name of Parties||Date/Time of Hearing|
|Zhonggang Ge v. Registrar, Association of Professional Engineers of Ontario||April 27, 28, 29, 2020 – 9:30 a.m.|
|Nickolas Spina v. Registrar, Association of Professional Engineers of Ontario||May 4, 5, 6, 2020 – 9:30 a.m.|
This schedule of the Registration Committee proceedings is provided for public information and is subject to change.
* All hearings are open to the public, unless the Registration Committee determines that all or part of the hearing should be closed to the public. The hearings are held at the PEO offices on the 7th floor. Persons wishing to observe the hearings can proceed directly to the 7th floor, and must be seated in the Tribunal hearing room at least 15 minutes before the proceedings commence.
Stakeholder Comments Requested
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Registration Committee Practice Directions
1. Recorded proceedings and Transcripts:
Motion or hearing proceedings before the Tribunal are recorded by an independent court reporter. If a party wishes a partial or complete transcript, these can be ordered directly from the court reporter in attendance at the proceeding. The name of the attending court reporter is provided to the parties at the beginning of the proceeding. Costs of transcribing the recordings are the party’s responsibility.
These Rules will no longer be in effect as of May 31, 2011, except for matters commenced on or before May 31, 2011.
Other References for Parties and Witnesses Appearing Before the Tribunal
Legal services: Law Help Ontario may be able to provide the services of a pro bono legal counsel to those in need of legal assistance. Please refer to the following link to inquire further about eligibility to the program: https://www.lawhelpontario.org/appeals.
Chair of Registration Committee
Bogdan Damjanovic, P.Eng.ChairRegistrationCommittee@peo.on.ca
General Inquiries (B) and any accessibility assistance requests (B)
Sal Guerriero, LLM, P.Eng.email@example.com
Tel.: 416-840-1080 Fax: 416-224-8168
The designation (B) indicates a staff member who communicates in French and English.
The electronic addresses of PEO’s staff and volunteers are provided for inquiring about PEO’s regulatory activities related to the regulation of professional engineers. The staff and volunteers do not wish to and do not consent to receiving unsolicited commercial electronic messages such as advertising or other promotional material.