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2020 Professional Portfolio

15 January 2020

The CMLTO 2020 Professional Portfolio is now available! All Practising CMLTO members were emailed detailed instructions to access and maintain their 2020 Portfolio. All CMLTO members who hold a Practising certificate of registration, regardless of their employment status, are required to maintain an up-to-date Portfolio each year.

To support members in meeting their Quality Assurance obligations, the CMLTO updated the Portfolio resources including the Professional Portfolio tip sheet, Learning goals sample sheet, and the Self-directed study guidelines. Please click here for more information.

CMLTO provides speakers

02 January 2020

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The CMLTO is committed to building relationships with members, other health profession colleges, key stakeholders, and the public. 

The CMLTO can provide speakers on a wide variety of topics, including its regulatory role, ethics and professionalism, interprofessional collaboration, and the Voluntary Roster of Registered Medical Laboratory Technicians.

To request a CMLTO speaker to deliver a presentation, please email This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .

MLT late fees and suspensions

02 January 2020

All MLTs in Ontario were notified of the CMLTO’s 2020 Annual Registration Renewal requirements by letter mail in October 2019, and the online renewal platform became available on November 1, 2019. The opportunity to renew the CMLTO membership without penalty ended on December 31, 2019. Members who failed to renew by the deadline will receive a Notice of Intention to Suspend from the Registrar & CEO in the coming week. 

Members wishing to renew their membership can still do so until 11:59 pm EST, on Friday, February 7, 2020, at www.cmlto-onlineservices.com, however, late fees have now been added to renewal fees. 

All MLTs who have not renewed their membership by 11:59 pm EST on Friday, February 7, 2020, will have their certificate of registration suspended. If a member’s certificate of registration is suspended, the Registrar & CEO will notify the member and their employers by mail. Upon suspension, the certificate of registration expires, and the former member is no longer authorized to practise medical laboratory technology in Ontario. 

Further, a permanent notation of the suspension (and subsequent reinstatement, if applicable) will appear in the MLT’s record in the CMLTO Public Register. A list containing the names of all suspended medical laboratory technologists will be published in the FOCUS newsletter.

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