The Code of Conduct also sets out the standards of professional conduct and ethical behaviour for registrant Board candidates.
Board candidates must refrain from placing themselves in any position in which there is a conflict of interest – apparent, potential or real – between their CRNBC responsibilities and their personal interests or their responsibilities to themselves or others.
If an individual has reasonable cause to believe that a Board candidate is, or appears to be, in violation of the Code of Conduct, their first obligation is to speak to the individual involved. If there is not a satisfactory explanation, or if the matter is not resolved, the information should be submitted in writing to the Nominations Committee Chair, c/o the Registrar/Chief Executive Officer.
"I do swear or solemnly affirm that:
So help me God. [omit this phrase in an affirmation]"
If there is a contested election, ballots will be mailed in late June to registrants in good standing.
Completed ballots are returned to the election trustee by the specified deadline. The ballot counting is conducted by the election trustee (usually mid-August).The results of the ballot count are published in electronic newsletters and is also posted on the College website.
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