Renew your registration now to continue practicing nursing in 2024
Pay your fees by Dec. 31
Annual Membership Renewal (AMR) is now open.
As a regulator for the largest group of health care providers in Canada, CNO has a proud 60-year history of influencing the patient-safety agenda in Ontario and self-regulating in the public interest.
As a nurse in Ontario, when you renew your registration with CNO, you are able to practice nursing in the province for the next calendar year.
“Fees support our core work to regulate nursing in the public interest,” said Chief Administrative Officer Stephen Mills. “Renewal means we can sustainably take on the work we do to maintain public confidence and safety – we all play an important role in that mandate, and we thank nurses for doing so.”
Your fees support the important work of protecting the public by promoting safe nursing practice because you are helping to
maintain the registration of approximately 180,000 nurses who were actively practicing in 2023
provide safe and high-quality care to patients by engaging in quality assurance activities that promote self-reflection and life-long learning throughout your careers
maintain the voluntary bilingual Nurses’ Health Program for Ontario nurses designed to encourage them to seek treatment for substance use and/or mental health disorders that may affect their ability to practice nursing safely
sustain core regulatory functions, establish requirements for entry to practice, enforce standards of practice and conduct, articulate and promote practice standards
These are just a few examples of how you are helping CNO respond to the evolving needs of the health care system, while building innovative and sustainable solutions for now and into the future.
How to renew
Renewing your 2024 registration involves
completing the Annual Membership Renewal (AMR) form, which includes questions about your employment status, areas of practice and education
paying an annual fee
You can renew and pay your fees online by logging in to Maintain Your Membership with your email address and password. Unless you have changed it, your password is the same one you used last year.
The deadline to renew, without additional late fees, is 11:59 p.m. on Sunday, Dec. 31, 2023.
The 2024 renewal fee for registrants in the General and Extended classes is $340 plus HST. The renewal fee for registrants in the Non-Practising class is $63 plus HST.
You can pay online using credit card, Visa Debit, Mastercard Debit, or a prepaid credit card. Many banks and our payment partners made the decision that they will no longer support INTERAC Online transactions as of Oct. 2023.
For more information about payment options or the registration renewal process, check out our FAQ page.