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CMLTO response to COVID-19

As COVID-19 continues to spread across Ontario and globally, the CMLTO is taking various precautionary measures and adjusting its operations to ensure the health and safety of its staff, volunteers, and system partners, in order to heed provincially- and federally-mandated public health directives which support health protection in the greater community. 

The CMLTO will continue to monitor the situation and will adapt operations accordingly and make every effort to ensure this situation does not affect the quality of service and support that the CMLTO provides to the public and members. Learn more about how the CMLTO is adapting its operations during the COVID-19 pandemic by clicking here.

Click here to read a letter from Ontario's Chief Medical Officer of Health Dr. David Williams. (PDF)

The CMLTO is unable to accommodate unscheduled or ‘drop-in’ visitors until further notice. Signage is posted on the office door with relevant phone and email contact information.

Applicants for registration should not make unscheduled or unannounced visits to the CMLTO office to drop off documents without having made prior arrangements. The CMLTO cannot guarantee that staff will be available to accept documents during office hours.

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