Medical Act

61.2(1) The Registrar shall forthwith enter into the records of the College
(a) the decision of every proceeding before the Review Committee, a Board of Inquiry or Council that

(i) resulted in the suspension or revocation of a member's licence or specialist's licence by Council, or


(ii) was directed by Council to be entered in the records of the College and made available to the public, and

(b) where the decision under paragraph (a) is appealed, a notation that it is under appeal.
61.2(2) Where an appeal referred to in paragraph (1)(b) is finally disposed of, the notation shall be removed and the records adjusted accordingly.

61.2(3) For the purposes of paragraph (1)(a), "decision", when used in reference to a proceeding before the Review Committee, a Board of Inquiry or Council, means the Committee's Board's finding, and the penalty imposed by Council, and in the case of a finding of professional misconduct, a brief description of the nature of the professional misconduct.

61.2(4) The Registrar shall provide the information contained in the records referred to in subsection (1) to any person who inquires about a member or former member

(a) for an indefinite period if the member or former member was found to have sexually abused a patient, and


(b) for a period of not less than five years following the conclusion of the proceedings referred to in subsection (1) in all other cases.

61.2(5) The Registrar, upon payment of a reasonable fee, shall provide a copy of the information contained in the records referred to in subsection (1) that pertain to a member or former member to a person who requests a copy.