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College of Dental Hygienists of Ontario
The College of Dental Hygienists of Ontario regulates the practice of dental hygiene in the interest of the overall health and safety of the public of Ontario.

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Upcoming By-Election in District 4

The College of Dental Hygienists of Ontario (CDHO) is now accepting nominations for eligible registrants to serve on the College Council in the electoral district 4 (the regional municipalities of York and Metropolitan Toronto). There is ONE position open for this district. Please note that this is a by-election for district 4 due to the resignation of a Council member before the actual end of her term.

The election will take place on Friday, February 21, 2020.

The term of office for this electoral position will be for approximately two years, from February 2020 to December 2021. 

Should you wish to run for election or nominate another eligible registrant in your electoral district, please download the complete nomination package provided below:

District 4 Nomination Package [PDF]

Original nomination forms and required supporting documentation must be complete and returned to the College no later than 1:30 p.m. EST, Tuesday, January 21, 2020.

Need More Info?

For more information regarding the district elections, academic selection, eligibility to run/vote, nominations, terms of office and electoral districts, please refer to the associated documentation provided below: 

Should you have any other questions, please contact the office of the Registrar at 416-961-6234, ext. 223, or email registrar@cdho.org

Become a part of Dental Hygiene Regulation

Why Get Involved?
Members of Council and committees make decisions that are in the public interest and further the College’s mandate of regulating the practice of dental hygiene in the interest of the overall health and safety of the public of Ontario. By participating in the election, either as a candidate
or through voting, you are influencing the future of dental hygiene practice and regulation in Ontario.  By standing for election/selection, registrants have the opportunity to join a committed group of dental hygienists and government-appointed public members on Council who work together to safeguard the public interest and to uphold the standard of care that dental hygienists provide to
their clients.