Annual Reports

Section 4 of the Health Professions Act requires that colleges submit an annual report of activities each year to the Minister of Alberta Health. Annual reports submitted to the Minister are tabled in the Legislative Assembly.

March 31, 2010

Annual Report 2009 - 2010

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The College of Alberta Psychologists (the “College”) regulates the profession of psychology in the province of Alberta. The profession of psychology has been organized in Alberta since the 1960s as the Psychologists’ Association...
March 31, 2009

Annual Report 2008 - 2009

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The College of Alberta Psychologists (the “College”) regulates the profession of psychology in the province of Alberta. The profession of psychology has been organized in Alberta since the 1960s as the Psychologists’ Association...
March 31, 2008

Annual Report 2007 - 2008

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The College of Alberta Psychologists (the “College”) regulates the profession of psychology in the province of Alberta. The profession of psychology has been organized in Alberta since the 1960s as the Psychologists’ Association...
March 31, 2007

Annual Report 2006 - 2007

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The College of Alberta Psychologists (the “College”) regulates the profession of psychology in the province of Alberta. The profession of psychology has been organized in Alberta since the 1960s as the Psychologists’ Association...
March 31, 2006

Annual Report 2005 - 2006

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The College of Alberta Psychologists (the “College”) regulates the profession of psychology in the province of Alberta. The profession of psychology has been organized in Alberta since the 1960s as the Psychologists’ Association...
March 31, 2005

Annual Report 2004 - 2005

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The Council, which is the governing board of the College, consisted of 11 voting members: 9 chartered psychologists elected by the membership and two public members appointed by the provincial government. Six ex officio committee members are also...
March 31, 2004

Annual Report 2003 - 2004

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The Council, which is the governing board of the College, consisted of 12 voting members: 10 chartered psychologists elected by the membership and two public members appointed by the provincial government. Six ex officio committee members also...
March 31, 2003

Annual Report 2002 - 2003

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The Council, which is the governing board of the College, consisted of 12 voting members: 10 chartered psychologists elected by the membership and two public members appointed by the provincial government. Five ex officio committee members also...
March 31, 2002

Annual Report 2001 - 2002

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The Council, which is the governing board of the College, consisted of 11 voting members: 10 chartered psychologists elected by the membership and one public member appointed by the provincial government. Five ex officio committee members also...
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