(for practitioners registered in good standing in the provinces of Manitoba, New Brunswick, Ontario, and Saskatchewan only)
A Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) across Alberta, Manitoba, New Brunswick, Ontario, and Saskatchewan allows for registrants, who hold a full practicing license in one participating province (the primary province), to be registered in another participating province (the secondary province) and provide a limited amount of care across provincial boundaries.
The MOU makes it easier and more cost effective for SLPs and AUDs who are already registered in a primary province to register and provide client/patient care in a secondary province. The process is faster, and the fees are lower than applying for a full registration.
Click here to access the Cross Provincial Practice Agreement application form.