Annual Membership Renewal opens today!

It’s time to renew your CNO membership for 2022. To practice as a nurse in Ontario in 2022, you must renew your registration with CNO. You have until 11:59 p.m. on Dec. 31, 2021 to complete your renewal without additional fees.

Renew and pay your fees online by logging in to Maintain Your Membership with your email address and password. Unless you have changed it, your password is the same one you used last year.

There are two steps to renewing your membership ...

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Make a difference: Join a committee or Council

Nurses from all practice areas sit on our committees or CNO’s Council (our board) — and you could be one of them. Deadlines are approaching this month for applying to join a committee or running for election to CNO Council.

CNO has five committees that contribute to regulatory processes that protect patients: Discipline and Fitness to Practise; Inquiries, Complaints and Reports; Quality Assurance; and Registration...


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Your practice questions: How we help

Consulting with others about your practice is one way to support your nursing practice when questions arise. CNO responds to over 400 practice inquiries each month. Our Practice Consultants are available to help you access the tools you need to make the best decisions for providing safe, competent and ethical nursing care throughout your career. 

There are many different ways we can help. Our Practice Consultants can ...


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MyQA portal is retiring: Save your Learning Plan

On Monday, Nov. 15, 2021, the myQA portal will no longer exist. This is part of CNO’s enhancements to our Quality Assurance (QA) Program, which we announced in September.


If you use the portal to save your Learning Plans or Practice Reflection Worksheets, you will need to download and save them to your personal computers before this date. Here are instructions on how to do this.


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