For what are my licensure fees used?
Registration fees account for over 90% of the revenue to finance the CRNNL as it carries out its mandate to ensure accountability for self-regulation, professionalism, quality professional environment and healthy public policy.
|Registered Nurse (RN) & Nurse Practitioner (NP)||$347.97||$412.47|
How will CRNNL apply the RN and NP fees:
|Application||RN/NP ($)||% of Total Fee|
|CNPS Fee ** (Paid directly to vendor)||$0.00||0.00%|
|Global Member Services||$2.00||0.48%|
|Subtotal (Taxable Fee)||$349.97||84.85%|
|Administration||Communications||Governance||Policy and Practice||Professional Conduct||Registration/|
|Salaries and benefits|
Building and equipment maintenance
Postage printing office supplies Computer maintenance
Membership and subscriptions
|Publications – College Connection magazine and, E newsletter – Regulation Matters|
Website development and maintenance
Government and media relations
President and Council
Annual general meeting
Practice consultation services
Education Conferences and Events
Development of policies, guidelines, standards and position statements
Continuing Competence program
Workplace representation program
Student representation program
Regulatory conduct committees
Nursing education program approval
Registrant portal (MyCRNNL)
Continuing Competence audit
Canadian Nurses Protective Society (CNPS) Fee
CNPS provides you with professional liability protection, as well as offers legal advice, risk management services and legal assistance. This fee is paid directly to CNPS through an automatic redirect at annual renewal on MyCRNNL.ca.
The fees to these organizations are NOT based on membership numbers but rather an annual single flat rate is charged to be part of these important organizations.
Canadian Council of Registered Nurse Regulators (CCRNR), formed in 2011 to promote excellence in professional nursing regulation, is an organization made up of representatives from Canada’s 12 provincial/territorial bodies that regulate the practice of registered nurses. CCRNR serves as a national forum and voice regarding interprovincial/territorial, national and global regulatory matters for nursing regulation.
National Council of State Boards of Nursing (NCSBN) is an independent, not-for-profit organization through which boards of nursing act and counsel together on matters of common interest and concern affecting public health, safety and welfare, including the development of nursing licensure examinations.
Global Member Services
Each year $2 of your registration fee goes to the Global Member Services restricted fund used for the purpose of facilitating services/offerings that are available to all members (e.g., virtual AGM).
The Newfoundland & Labrador Registered Nurses’ Education & Research Trust is a registered charitable foundation, established in 1986, to promote, support and assist basic nursing education, continuing nursing education and nursing research. Your membership fee helps ensure the financial stability of the Trust and entitles you to apply for Trust scholarships and bursaries.