December 17, 2020

Deadline Approaching for 2021 Registration Renewal 

The registration renewal for 2021 deadline is fast approaching. CNPBC registrants who wish to maintain their professional status as practising or non-practising naturopathic physicians in BC must renew and pay their registration and certification fees on or before January 1, 2021.

 You are encouraged to renew your registration as soon as possible through the Registrant Online Self-Services (ROSS) portal. If you are unable to submit your payment online using a credit card (Visa or Mastercard only), the College will accept a certified cheque or bank draft.

We take this opportunity to remind you that failure to renew your registration on or before January 1, 2021 will result in immediate cancellation of your licence and you will be required to apply for reinstatement. Failure to renew your certification(s) means that you must stop practising in the areas which you were certified and apply to reinstate the certification(s) and pay the required fees.

For those registrants with a Health Profession Corporation permit, you are reminded to renew your permit on or before December 31, 2020. This is now part of the online renewal process through the Registrant Online Self-Services (ROSS) portal. Failure to renew your Health Profession Corporation permit means that you cannot continue to offer or provide naturopathic services under your corporation name.

For those of you applying for non-practising registration with a fee exemption, please ensure your application and fee exemption forms are submitted as soon as possible so that your fee exemption can be processed.


Kellie Scott
Deputy Registrar