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Save the Date: November, 22, 2019 OAPA Conference, AGM and 20th Anniversary Celebration, in Ottawa where OAPA was founded! Be sure to mark your calendars, you don’t want to miss out! More details will follow in the coming months.
OAPA Executive Summary Update by Paula Conforti, OAPA Vice-President August 2018 CPO’s June 22nd, 2018 Council Meeting: We were pleased to see a growing presence of OAPA’s Members at the Council Meetings. We hope by summarizing the key points with regards to our ongoing pertinent concerns that we will prompt an even larger group presence […]
On behalf of OAPA I would like to welcome our members to the 2017-2018 membership year. We are happy to announce that early renewal is available now for those who find the August-September renewal challenging given that many of our members are returning to a busy work schedule at that time. This does, however, mean […]
On behalf of the Ontario Association of Psychological Associates (OAPA) board, I would like to formally welcome our returning and new members to the 2016-2017 membership year. As I move into the mid-point of my second term as OAPA’s President I find myself reflecting on the growth this association has experienced over the last two […]
I have continuously been disappointed to see the College presenting the current Stakeholder consultation in a manner that suggests that the closure of the MA-Class as a path to registration is a done deal. The preamble of the consultation did a good job of describing the stages that brought us here, but apparently decided the […]