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Late fees and suspensions

02 January 2018

All MLTs in Ontario were notified of the CMLTO’s 2018 Annual Registration Renewal requirements by letter mail in October 2017, and the online renewal platform became available on November 1, 2017. The opportunity to renew the CMLTO membership without penalty ended December 31, 2017. 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, with late fees, up to and including Tuesday, February 6, 2018, at www.cmlto-onlineservices.com, however, late fees have now been added to renewal fees.

All MLTs who have not renewed their membership by Tuesday, February 6, 2018, 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.

Renewal deadline approaching: Dec 31st

19 December 2017

CMLTO’s Annual Registration Renewal for 2018 began November 1, 2017. All MLTs registered in Ontario must renew online by December 31, 2017, click on the red button above to get started. Review step-by-step renewal instructions by clicking here.
If you have questions, please call 416-861-9605 and press 1 for Registration and Renewal, or email registration@cmlto.com.

FOCUS 2017, Issue 4 released

18 December 2017


The most recent issue of the CMLTO member newsletter is now available. Read the current issue online
here and back issues here.

CMLTO 2017 holiday office hours

14 December 2017

Please note the following CMLTO office hours for the period: December 29, 2017 to January 1, 2018:

Fri, Dec 29, 8:30 am–2:00 pm
Mon, Jan 1, 2018, CLOSED (New Year’s Day)

Regular office hours resume at 8:30 am on January 2, 2018.

CMLTO webinar for employers and managers video avilable

12 December 2017

Click here
to watch the CMLTO webinar presentation video (MP4) for medical laboratory employers and managers held in November 2017.

2018 Council Officers announced

11 December 2017


At its November meeting, the CMLTO Council elected its 2018 Council officers: Karen Persad, President; Tammy Earle, Vice President, Professional; John Kurvink, Vice President, Public.

Click here (PDF) to learn more about each officer.

Reminder: MLT annual renewal underway

27 November 2017

CMLTO’s Annual Registration Renewal for 2018 began November 1, 2017. All medical laboratory technologists registered in Ontario have been sent notification of the renewal requirements by letter mail, and must renew online by December 31, 2017. 
Review step-by-step renewal instructions by clicking here.
If you have questions, please call 416-861-9605 and press 1 for Registration and Renewal, or email registration@cmlto.com.

CMLTO webinar: still time to register

20 November 2017

CMLTO webinar for employers 2017 imageCMLTO is hosting a webinar for medical laboratory employers and managers on November 22, 2017, from noon to 1:00 pm.
Presentation topics include the CMLTO Voluntary Roster and mandatory reporting requirements.
Click here for full details (PDF).
Click here to register.

Discipline hearing notice

15 November 2017

A panel of the Discipline Committee of the College of Medical Laboratory Technologists of Ontario will hold a hearing on Thursday, December 21, 2017, commencing at 10:00 am at Victory Verbatim, 222 Bay Street, Suite 900 in Toronto. The hearing is being held to consider allegations of professional misconduct referred against Mahmood Khan, MLT who practices in Mississauga.

Avis d’audience
Le Comité de discipline de l’OTLMO tiendra une audience sur vendredi le 21 décembre 2017, au Victory Verbatim, 222, rue Bay, bureau 900 à Toronto, à compter du 10h00. L'audience est tenue pour examiner les allégations de faute professionnelle portées contre Mahmood Khan, TLM, qui exerce à Mississauga.

FOCUS 2017, Issue 3 released

08 November 2017

Focus Issue 3, 2017

The most recent CMLTO member newsletter was released today via email. Read the current issue online here and back issues here.