The By-Laws of the College of Licensed Practical Nurses of Manitoba (CLPNM) are established by the CLPNM Board within its authority under The Licensed Practical Nurses Act. The By-Laws set out rules on matters such as:
- how the CLPNM is to be governed
- how meetings of the membership and of the Board are to be conducted
- procedures and criteria for election and appointment to the Board
- the committees that support the Board in its governance function, and
- the rights, privileges and obligations of each class of membership.
2020 By-Law Revisions
In April, 2020 the CLPNM Board of Directors approved a revision to the by-laws to allow for the temporary continuation of the current Board of Directors. This change was introduced as part of the CLPNM’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic. The purpose of the by-law change is to provide for stability in the governance of the CLPNM during a time of uncertainty and change.
Please view a summary of the spring 2020 by-law amendments here and contact the CLPNM by email with any comments or questions you may have.
In September 2020, the CLPNM Board of Directors approved further by-law revisions to clarify registrants’ obligations, with respect to the payment of fees and costs, during the registration renewal period each fall. Note: these by-law changes do not affect registration fee amounts. These changes will be on the agenda for ratification at the 2020 Annual General Meeting of CLPNM on December 8, 2020. If ratified, these by-law changes will take effect in the fall of 2021, during the renewal period for 2022 registrations.
Please view a summary of the fall 2020 by-law amendments here and contact the CLPNM by email with any comments or questions you may have.