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CMTO’s 2022 annual registration renewal is now open. You can renew your Certificate of Registration through the Registrant Login section of CMTO’s website. RMTs must renew their registration by 11:59 p.m. on November 1, 2021.
Please do not log in using your CMTO ID number. Instead, log in using the e-mail address you have on file with CMTO. If this is your first time logging in, click ACTIVATE NOW before you log in to complete activation of your CMTO profile. Please review and ensure the accuracy of the information in your renewal form.
What are the fees for 2022 and when are they due?
In keeping with By-Law No. 7, CMTO’s Council approved an increase to registration fees for General Certificate holders of 1.5% (or $12) for 2022. There is no increase to the Inactive Certificate fee. The renewal fees for 2022 are as follows:
- General Certificate (GC) – $797.00
- Inactive Certificate (IN) – $200.00
CMTO recognizes that the COVID-19 pandemic created several challenges for health professionals, Ontarians, and health regulators such as CMTO. CMTO is sensitive to the impact that COVID-19 is having on RMTs, and this increase represents CMTO’s balancing of its operating and financial realities with the current challenges faced by RMTs and Ontarians.
Deadline and Late Fee
Annual renewal must be completed on or before November 1, 2021, at 11:59 p.m. Renewals completed after November 1, 2021 are subject to a late fee of $100.00.
An RMT’s gender is displayed on the public register, in accordance with By-Law No.8. Currently, an RMT’s gender is displayed on the public register as “male” or “female”. RMTs may now identify their gender as:
- “M” (generally associated with male);
- “F” (generally associated with female); or
- “X” (not directly associated with male or female, including but not limited to trans, two-spirit, non-binary, and/or binary people).
During the 2022 online renewal process, RMTs will be able to select the salutation that CMTO staff should address them by, with the addition of the neutral option “Mx”. Recognition of “X” and “Mx” moves towards more inclusive language at CMTO. While gender is displayed on the public register, the salutation is for the purpose of CMTO communications only.
If you encounter any difficulties completing your renewal, please email email@example.com for assistance. The Registration Services department receives a high volume of inquiries during the renewal period; your patience and understanding is greatly appreciated.