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Consent and Capacity Board

 

 

Annual Report 2008/2009

(Fiscal Period – April 1, 2008 to March 31, 2009)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 


Table of Contents

 

 

 

Overview and jurisdiction of the CCB

 

Organization of the CCB

 

Performance Measures

 

Progress

 

Administration and operations

 

Case-related statistics

 

Appeals

 

Board Members

 

Board Staff

 

Financial information


OVERVIEW AND JURISDICTION OF THE CONSENT AND CAPACITY BOARD

 

The Consent and Capacity Board (CCB) is an independent tribunal with a mandate to adjudicate on matters of capacity, consent, civil commital, substitute decision-making and other issues affecting citizens of Ontario, the health care community, the Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care, and other government agencies.

 

The Consent and Capacity Board is responsible for adjudicating on questions of paramount importance to the community, including:

 

 

The Consent and Capacity Board meets its legislative obligations by:

·         creating an environment of respect for the system and the tribunal and those who interact with it.

 

The work of Ontario’s Consent and Capacity Board is internationally recognized and respected, in part because of these factors.

 

Over 80 percent of applications to the Consent and Capacity Board involve a review under the Mental Health Act of a person's involuntary status in a psychiatric facility, or a review under the Health Care Consent Act of a person’s capacity to consent to or refuse treatment.

 

Jurisdiction of the Consent and Capacity Board

 

The Board is responsible for holding hearings and making decisions on matters in which four elements are paramount:

 

  1. The safety of the individual - incapacitated or mentally ill people can be easily abused physically or psychologically, and can sometimes cause harm to themselves, intentionally or unintentionally;

 

  1. The interests of the community - confinement and/or treatment are sometimes necessary for individuals who are likely at risk to cause harm to self or other persons as a result of mental disorder;

 

  1. Dignity and autonomy of the individual - liberty and the right to choose where one will live, whether to take treatment and if so, the nature of such treatment, and how to manage one’s property and finances; and

 

  1. The right of a person to have treatment when required.

 

 

The Board’s authority to hold hearings arises under the following legislation:

Health Care Consent Act

 

·               Review of capacity to consent to treatment, admission to a care facility or a personal assistance service;

 

·               Consideration of the appointment of a representative to make decisions for an incapable person with respect to treatment, admission to a care facility or a personal assistance service;

 

·               Consideration of a request to amend or terminate the appointment of a representative;

 

·               Review of a decision to admit an incapable person to a hospital, psychiatric facility, nursing home or home for the aged for the purpose of treatment;

 

·               Consideration of a request from a substitute decision-maker for authority to depart from prior capable wishes;

 

·               Review of a substitute decision-maker’s compliance with the rules for substitute decision-making, and

 

·               Giving directions to parties and substitute decision-makers on issues of treatment, admission to care facilities and personal assistance services.

 

 

Mental Health Act

 

·               Review of involuntary status (i.e., civil committal);

 

·               Review of a Community Treatment Order;

 

·               Review of whether a young person (aged 12 - 15) requires observation, care and treatment in a psychiatric facility, and

 

·               Review of a finding of incapacity to manage property.

 

Substitute Decisions Act

 

·               Review of a finding of incapacity to manage property.

 

 

 

 

Personal Health Information Protection Act

 

·               Review of a finding of incapacity to consent to the collection, use or disclosure of personal health information;

 

·               Consideration of the appointment of a representative for a person incapable to consent to the collection, use or disclosure of personal health information, and

 

·               Review of a substitute decision-maker’s compliance with the rules for substitute decision-making.

 

 

Mandatory Blood Testing Act

 

·                     If an individual has come into contact with another person’s bodily fluid, the individual can apply to the Medical Officer of Health to have a blood sample of the other person analyzed for HIV, Hepatitis B & C.

 

·                     If the Medical Officer of Health cannot obtain a voluntary blood sample or cannot locate the individual the Medical Officer of Health shall refer the application to the Board.

 

·                     The Board will decide whether the individual should be ordered to provide a blood sample.

 


 

ORGANIZATION OF THE CONSENT AND CAPACITY BOARD

 

The Board is an independent adjudicative tribunal created under the Health Care Consent Act and with jurisdiction under that Act, the Mental Health Act, the Substitute Decisions Act, the Personal Health Information Protection Act and the Mandatory Blood Testing Act.    

 

Members of the Consent and Capacity Board are appointed by Order-in-Council. In 2008/2009, the Board had 151 appointed members. In addition to the Chair, Board members include 51 Lawyers, 54 Psychiatrists, and 46 Public Members.  In 2008/09, there were 16 new appointees to the Board, and 34 re-appointments of existing Board members.  The Board has a staff complement of 16 public servants and a fee-for-service legal counsel who support the work of the Board members.

 

The Consent and Capacity Board is an expert tribunal.  A lawyer, a psychiatrist, and a public member sit on panels considering cases involving the deprivation of an individual’s liberty.  As a quasi-judicial body, the Board maintains an arm's length relationship with the Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care, and receives administrative services and support through the C orporate and Direct Services Division. The Board functions under statutory requirements and a Memorandum of Understanding between the Chair of the Consent and Capacity Board, and the Minister and Deputy Minister of Health.

 

 

PERFORMANCE MEASURES

 

The Health Care Consent Act, 1996, sets out three legislated performance measures for the CCB:

 

  1. A hearing is to begin within seven (7) days from the receipt of an application by the Board;

 

  1. The Board must issue its Decision within one day of the end of the hearing, and

 

  1. Upon the request of a party, the Board must issue written Reasons for its Decision, within two business days of receiving such a request.   

 

The Board has consistently achieved these legislative requirements.  The Board holds hearings across the province.  Most hearings are held in psychiatric facilities, but hearings to review an individual’s capacity to make their own treatment decisions or to mange their assets, etc. may be held in long-term care facilities, private homes, or any other venue.  The seven–day deadline to schedule a hearing, which involves the assignment of a hearing panel, synchronizing the schedules of the applicant’s counsel, health care practitioner and other parties required at the hearing, presents a significant logistical challenge that is unique to the Consent and Capacity Board.

 

Also very challenging is the time requirement for delivery of Reasons for Decision (i.e., two business days).  To ensure that high-quality Reasons for Decision are delivered in a timely manner, the Board has implemented an electronic system for monitoring requests. This past year, the Board has also created a reasons writing template to assist presiding members.  This new template creates a guideline to help focus arguments, clarify the issues and streamline the process to ensure high-quality and timely Reasons for Decision. 

 

The Board also endeavours to ensure that Board members with a high number of requests for Reasons for Decision are relieved of their hearing work until the outstanding Reasons for Decision have been released.

                                               

The Board submits an Annual Business Plan to the Minister of Health and Long-Term Care as required under the Management Board of Cabinet Directive on Agency Establishment and Accountability. 

 

 

PROGRESS

 

STANDING COMMITTEES

 

Standing Committees established in February 2007 by the Strategic Planning Advisor Committee of the Board continue to enhance the operation of the Board in 2008-09 as noted in the following achievements.

 

Public Education Committee

 

1.                  Developed and implemented criteria and a process for delivering public education activities.  Standard power point presentations were created that focus on CCB related topics.  Any interested health-care provider can contact the Board to request an education session.  A roster of board members has been trained and is scheduled to provide the requested education session.

 

2.                  Developed a CCB Summary template for use by clinicians appearing before the Board.  The CCB Summary was designed for clinicians to help organize their evidence and present it to the panel so that the evidence and arguments are clear and the hearing is more efficient.  CCB summaries for involuntary status, treatment capacity and end-of-life issues have been created and are accessible on the Board’s website. 

 

3.                  Developed the curriculum and program for Regional Board Meetings and             the Annual General Meeting.

 

Training and Quality Assurance Committee

 

1.                  Delivered classroom training for new Board members.

 

2.                  Developed a Performance Evaluation Program for the assessment of the performance of Board members and to ensure the consistent application of Board Rules of Practice.   Program to be implemented in 2009-10 fiscal year.

 

3.                  Developed a complaints procedure  for  making  a  complaint  to  the  CCB about  the  conduct  of  a  member.  Will be implemented in the 2009-10 fiscal year. 

 

4.                  Implemented a pilot project to assess a procedural change regarding the introduction of an Inquiry model at hearings.  In December 2008 the Chair requested a number of lawyers in the GTA to participate in a pilot project to determine whether the Board should adopt this new procedure.   

 

Legislation Committee

 

1.         Developed a list of proposed amendments to the Board’s legislation

            and Rules of Practice.

 

Operations Committee

 

1.                  Developed single-point contacts and positive working relationships with hospitals and institutions throughout the province.

 

2.                  Improved the data collection and assessment process to reinforce

            the capacity of the Board to evaluate its performance.

 

3.                  Established video conferencing as a standard operating practice for

            Board hearings.  Received approval to purchase video conference equipment to convene hearings in cases where an in-person member cannot be confirmed.  Additionally the Board intends to use videoconferencing for member training and meetings and public education.  The Board will commence video conference hearings in 2009-2010.

 

Board and Bar Committee

 

1.                  Established and maintained on-going positive relationships with legal stakeholder groups to address issues of mutual interest by holding quarterly meetings at the Board’s office.

 

 

BOARD MEMBERS’ TRAINING AND PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT

 

Board members must operate at the highest level of skill and training to ensure that errors do not occur. As such, member training is a priority for the Board.

 

The Board has an intensive in-house training program and training protocol whereby new members participate in a two-day classroom training program, taught by more experienced senior members.  New members also observe a series of hearings and participate in training panels before being allowed to sit on hearing panels.

 

The development of the Performance Evaluation Program will ensure the maintenance of the CCB’s standards and uniformity of its practices throughout the province, maintain public confidence in the performance of the CCB and its individual members and ensure that all CCB members have acquired and maintained the skills necessary for their role.

Regional Meetings

 

The Board held a series of cross sector Regional Meetings (i.e., sessions involving Lawyers, Psychiatrists, and Public members) to provide an opportunity for information exchange and learning. These Regional Meetings were planned by local Board members, and addressed a broad range of administrative, legislative, and operational learning objectives.  This year’s regional meetings focused on un-biased communication with diverse audiences.  Lawyer members were provided with a session that included tips for writing better reasons and psychiatrist and public members were provided with a workshop focused on questioning skills and weighing evidence. 

 

Annual General Meeting

 

The 2008 Annual General Meeting was designed to provide education and learning opportunities for Board members.  The theme of this year’s AGM was decision makers and social context.  Board member participated in small group exercises to reinforce their knowledge and skill base as adjudicators dealing with sensitive social issues.  The feedback obtained from Board members, guests, speakers and staff indicates that the 2008 Annual General Meeting was effective in achieving its learning objectives. 

 

Appointments/Reappointments

 

The CCB implemented a new process for recruiting/interviewing, tracking, and recommending the appointment and/or reappointment of Board members. All potential new board members are interviewed by the chair or an experienced board member.  Potential lawyer members are provided a case study to write and prepare reasons for decision.  Based on the interview process the Board may recommend an OIC appointment.  The new process ensures that the Board recruits and maintains a high-quality calibre of members.

 

 

Hearings and Scheduling

 

The Board received approval to purchase video conference equipment.  Initially video conference hearings will be conducted in cases where an in-person member cannot be confirmed or in cases where there is an outbreak in the facility or for administrative issues such as a party having difficulty obtaining a retainer.  Eventually the Board will conduct video conference hearings for mandatory hearing such as Community Treatment Order reviews or for contentious hearings under the Mandatory Blood Testing Act.  The Board anticipates convening Board member training and stakeholder outreach and training via video conference. 

 

ADMINISTRATION AND OPERATIONS

 

Budget

 

In 2008/2009, the Consent and Capacity Board received a budget allocation of $4,800,700. 

 

The Board will continue to review all aspects of its operations to enhance administrative efficiencies and to implement cost-savings or cost-avoidance strategies, as appropriate.  The Board anticipates realizing a financial savings due to reduced member travel costs as a result of video conference hearings.

 

The increase in per diem rates which was undertaken in September 2006, October 2007 and most recently in September 2008 has generated a budgetary pressure for the Board.

 

 

Case Management Database

 

The Board’s Case Management System was introduced in April 2006 and tracks the progress of all the applications before the Board.  The system has helped streamline the scheduling process and produces high-quality statistics and reports to assist with policy development, to create public outreach programs, and to manage and monitor workflow and financial trends.

 

At this time, the Case Management System has evolved to a degree which cannot be exceeded.  The Board has commenced its initial review of case management requirements and anticipates purchasing a new case management system by 2012.     

 

Caseload

 

Prior to April 2006, the Board reported its caseload based on hearings by application type.  This type of reporting slightly inflated the Board’s annual hearing count as some applications are heard in tandem, yet were being counted independently.  This caused a slight skewing of the Board’s caseload data.  Reliable hearing data was achieved with the April 2006 introduction of the Board’s case management system

 

 

Over the last 3 years the Board has experienced an average increase of 11% in hearings and 5% increase in applications. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

APPLICATION AND HEARING TOTALS

 

 

2004/2005

2005/2006

2006/2007

2007/2008

2008/2009

 

Apps

Hearing

Apps

Hearing

Apps

Hearing

Apps

Hearing

Apps

Hearing

 

4282

unreliable
data

4595

unreliable
data

4476

1998

4504

2051

4705

2212

Increase
per year

 

 

7.3%

 

-2.6%

 

0.6%

2.7%

4.5%

7.8%

 

 

 

The majority of the increase in applications arises from an increase in Mandatory Community Treatment Order (Form 48) applications and applications to Review the Compliance of a Substitute Decision Maker regarding treatment decisions (Form G).

 

The Board experienced a 102% increase in Form 48 applications and a 47% increase in Form G applications between the 2006 – 2009 fiscal years. 

 

Likely causes for the increase in Form 48 applications stems from the legislation being fairly recent (2000) and the medical community becoming more comfortable and familiar utilizing Community Treatment Orders. 

 

Factors that may contribute to the increase in Form G applications are an aging population, therefore advanced health care decisions are required and an increase in physicians’ confidence submitting an application and presenting a hearing. 

 

The Board anticipates a constant flow if not a steady increase in these two types of applications over the next few years.  In preparation the Board may need to focus on training and re-education for membership regarding the legislation.  The Board has already created a mock hearing video regarding a Form G Application.  Additionally the Board is working on creating a CCB summary focusing on presenting at a Form 48 hearing.  The Form 48 CCB summary is expected to be completed in March 2010.

 

The increase in these types of applications re-enforces the importance of the Board’s role in the health care community and re-iterates the high-profile nature of the Board’s cases.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Breakdown of Application Type

2008/2009 Fiscal Year

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

 

Regional Breakdown of Hearings Convened (%)

2008/2009 Fiscal Year

 


APPEALS

              

A party to a proceeding before the CCB may appeal the Board’s decision to Ontario’s Superior Court of Justice within seven days after receipt of the Board’s decision.  The Board is responsible for creating the record of appeal and ordering the transcripts for the hearing in question. These documents are then served on the parties and filed with the court. The following are the number of appeals and outcomes of the Board’s decision since April 2004.

 

Type of Court Dispositions of CCB Appeals  1 April 2008 - 31 March 2009

 

Total Appeals Received
by Year until March 2009

*Abandoned

5

 

2004

43

Dismissed

5

 

2005

46

Allowed

0

 

2006

53

N/A (no info or case not disposed)

32

 

2007

52

 

2008

42

Total

42

 

Total Appeals

236

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 *Abandoned includes: Discontinued/ Withdrawn/ no court file no.

 

 

 


 

CONSENT AND CAPACITY BOARD

LIST OF MEMBERS

(AS OF MARCH 31, 2009)

 

Prefix

First Name

Last Name

Date First Appointed

Date Current Term Expires

 

 

 

 

 

Chair

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Justice

Edward Ormston

 

June 01, 2006

May 31, 2014

 

 

 

 

 

Lawyer

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Mr.

Joseph

Baker

December 15, 2005

December 14, 2013

Ms.

June

Bell

September 06, 2006

September 05, 2011

Ms.

Rose-Gabrielle 

Birba

June 28, 2006

June 27, 2014

Ms.

Mary Jane

Campigotto

May 02, 2007

May 01, 2012

Mr.

Philippe

Capelle

May 17, 1999

May 16, 2013

Ms.

Elsy 

Chakkalakal

April 04, 2007

April 03, 2012

Mr.

Theodore 

Charuk

November 22, 2000

March 31, 2012

Mr.

Philip

Clay

October 16, 2002

October 25, 2013

Mr.

 Bernard

Comiskey

November 02, 2005

November 01, 2013

Mr.

Douglas 

Coo

April 11, 2006

April 10, 2011

Mr.

Paul 

DeVillers

March 29, 2006

March 28, 2014

Mr.

Normand

Forest

December 12, 2001

December 12, 2012

Mr.

 Brock 

Grant

March 23, 2005

April 15, 2010

Mr.

Ms. Nathalie 

Gregson

June 20, 2007

June 19, 2011

Mr.

Michael

Hennessy

August 21, 2003

August 20, 2014

Mr.

 Albert

Hubbard

July 04, 2001

July 03, 2012

Ms.

Judith

Jacob

April 03, 1995

April 02, 2012

Ms.

Carolyn 

Jones

August 25, 2004

August 24, 2012

Ms.

Shayne

Kert

March 24, 2004

March 23, 2012

Ms.

Erin 

Lainevool

June 20, 2007

June 19, 2011

Mr.

Roger 

Leclaire

February 21, 2007

February 20, 2012

Mr.

Patrick

LeSage

March 21, 2007

March 20, 2010

Ms.

Nina 

Lester

June 17, 2009

June 16, 2011

Ms.

Susan

Lightstone

February 21, 2007

February 20, 2012

Ms.

Karen 

Lindsay-Skynner

April 03, 2002

July 20, 2013

Mr.

 Ian

McTavish

June 01, 1986

April 02, 2010

Ms.

Sandra

Meyrick

March 26, 2003

March 25, 2010

Mr.

Patrick

Murphy

October 26, 2005

October 25, 2013

Mr.

Michael

Newman

October 21, 1998

April 01, 2010

Ms.

Susan

Opler

November 21, 2001

November 20, 2012

Ms.

Judith 

Pascoe

May 04, 2005

May 03, 2013

Ms.

Judith

Potter

October 26, 2005

October 25, 2013

Ms.

Jill 

Presser

March 29, 2006

March 28, 2014

Mr.

David

Ramsbottom

May 17, 1999

May 16, 2010

Ms.

 Holly 

Rasky

June 06, 2007

June 05, 2012

Mr.

Roger 

Rowe

November 10, 2005

November 09, 2013

Mr.

 Bernard 

Starkman

February 27, 2002

May 03, 2013

Mr.

 Larry

Steacy

March 24, 2004

March 23, 2012

Ms.

Colleen 

Sylvester

August 25, 2004

August 24, 2012

Mr.

 Bradley 

Teplitsky

March 25, 2009

March 24, 2011

Ms.

Shirley

Wales

March 23, 2005

March 22, 2013

Mr.

Eugene

Williams

January 05, 2006

January 04, 2014

 

 

 

 

 

Psychiatrist

 

 

 

 

Dr.

Nural 

Alam

January 13, 1999

January 12, 2013

Dr.

Federico

Allodi

February 21, 2001

April 22, 2013

Dr.

Rajiv

Bhatla

November 22, 2000

March 31, 2010

Dr.

Dominique 

Bourget

June 22, 2006

June 21, 2014

Dr.

Donald

Braden

October 06, 1999

October 17, 2013

Dr.

John 

Bradford

June 06, 2007

June 05, 2012

Dr.

Gary

Chaimowitz

July 04, 2001

July 03, 2012

Dr.

Ranjith 

Chandrasena

June 01, 1986

April 02, 2014

Dr.

Yoland 

Charbonneau

August 23, 1993

April 02, 2012

Dr.

Peter

Cook

July 04, 2001

July 03, 2012

Dr.

Andre

Cote

October 23, 1986

April 02, 2012

Dr.

Isabelle 

Cote

June 30, 2000

June 29, 2014

Dr.

Raymond 

Denson

January 03, 2003

January 02, 2013

Dr.

Jack 

Ellis

August 10, 2006

August 09, 2014

Dr.

Joseph

Ferencz

January 15, 2007

January 14, 2012

Dr.

Russel

Fleming

June 05, 1996

June 04, 2014

Dr.

 Alison 

Freeland

May 30, 2006

May 29, 2014

Dr.

Donald

Galbraith

January 13, 1994

April 02, 2014

Dr.

Rose 

Geist

February 27, 2008

February 26, 2010

Dr.

Joseph

Glaister

May 17, 1999

June 21, 2013

Dr.

Tom 

Hastings

December 06, 2006

December 05, 2011

Dr.

John

Johnson

July 23, 1993

April 02, 2012

Dr.

William

Komer

December 18, 2001

December 17, 2012

Dr.

Stephen

List

May 03, 2006

May 02, 2014

Dr.

Eric

MacLeod

June 06, 1968

April 02, 2012

Dr.

William

Maley

February 06, 2002

February 05, 2013

Dr.

Rahul

Manchanda

June 17, 1993

April 02, 2014

Dr.

Dr. Paul  Max

Max

June 30, 2000

August 09, 2014

Dr.

Helen

Meier

June 01, 1986

April 02, 2014

Dr.

Derek 

Pallandi

November 15, 2006

November 14, 2011

Dr.

John

Pellettier

October 02, 2002

November 01, 2013

Dr.

Emmanuel 

Persad

March 24, 2004

March 23, 2012

Dr.

Quentin

Rae-Grant

June 05, 1996

June 04, 2010

Dr.

Vivian

Rakoff

August 25, 2004

August 24, 2012

Dr.

Jonathan

Rootenberg

May 16, 2007

May 15, 2012

Dr.

Edward 

Rotstein

June 06, 2007

June 05, 2012

Dr.

Gerald 

Shugar

July 04, 2001

July 03, 2012

Dr.

Marvin 

Silverman

July 11, 1990

April 02, 2012

Dr.

Cameron

Stevenson

June 05, 1996

June 04, 2012

Dr.

William

Surphlis

July 04, 2001

July 03, 2012

Dr.

Michele

Tremblay

November 20, 1992

April 02, 2012

Dr.

James

Wilkes

July 04, 2001

July 03, 2012

Dr.

Si-Ann 

Woods

February 21, 2007

February 20, 2012

Dr.

Leslie

Wright

July 04, 2001

July 03, 2012

 

 

 

 

 

Public Member

 

 

 

 

Mr.

Richard 

Aaronson

August 01, 2003

July 31, 2014

Mr.

Robert 

Adams

June 30, 2000

August 09, 2009

Ms.

Susan 

Agranove

April 11, 2006

April 10, 2014

Mr.

David 

Boothby

November 29, 2006

November 28, 2011

Mr.

Earl 

Campbell

December 07, 2005

December 06, 2013

Ms.

Lois 

Champion

August 12, 2008

August 11, 2010

Mr.

Ram 

Chopra

August 25, 2004

August 24, 2012

Ms.

Joanna 

Cutaia-Beales

February 10, 2006

February 09, 2014

Ms.

Shirley Ann

Dunn

February 03, 2006

March 03, 2013

Ms.

Dawn

Eccles

May 17, 2006

May 16, 2010

Mr.

Scott

Gale

November 10, 2005

November 09, 2013

Ms.

Beverley 

Hodgson

February 27, 2008

February 26, 2010

Ms.

Connie 

Holmes

August 10, 2006

August 09, 2014

Ms.

Janice

Laking

July 11, 2001

October 04, 2012

Ms.

Heather

Lareau

April 26, 2006

April 25, 2014

Ms.

Barbara 

Laskin

February 10, 2006

February 09, 2014

Ms.

Sandra 

LeBlanc

October 26, 2005

October 25, 2013

Ms.

Linda 

Leong

November 17, 2005

November 16, 2013

Mr.

Pierre 

Lessard

May 28, 2003

May 01, 2014

Ms.

Nechita 

Lim-King

March 07, 2007

March 06, 2012

Mr.

Duncan 

MacPhee

April 11, 2007

April 10, 2012

Mr.

George 

Maroosis

July 05, 2007

July 04, 2011

Ms.

Joy

Martin

March 01, 2006

February 28, 2014

Mr.

Donald

McLeod

February 27, 2008

February 26, 2010

Ms.

Teresa

Michienzi

February 10, 2006

February 09, 2014

Ms.

Patricia 

Muldowney-Brooks

February 03, 2006

February 02, 2014

Mr.

Takis 

Pappas

October 02, 2002

October 25, 2013

Mr.

Panos

Petrides

April 11, 2006

June 19, 2011

Mr.

Paul

Philion

December 18, 2001

December 17, 2012

Ms.

Judith 

Pousette

August 10, 2006

August 09, 2009

Ms.

Lorraine 

Steadman

February 03, 2006

February 02, 2014

Ms.

Jane 

Stone

March 07, 2007

March 06, 2012

Mr.

Gary 

Strang

September 24, 2003

September 23, 2009

Ms.

Elda

Thomas

March 23, 2005

March 22, 2013

Ms.

Joanne

Turner

September 06, 2006

September 05, 2011

Ms.

Debra 

Waisglass-Bettel

October 26, 2005

October 25, 2013

Ms.

Joy 

Wendling

April 16, 2008

April 15, 2010

STAFF OF THE CONSENT AND CAPACITY BOARD

(AS OF MARCH 31, 2009)

 

 

 

 

Prefix

First Name

Last Name

Position

 

 

 

 

Justice

Edward

Ormston

Chair

 

 

 

 

Mr.

Joaquin

Zuckerberg

Board Counsel

 

 

 

 

Ms.

Lorissa

Sciarra

Registrar & Senior Manager

 

 

 

 

Ms.

Margaret

James

Administrative Officer

 

 

 

 

Ms.

Saskia

Mulders

Financial Assistant

 

 

 

 

Ms.

Manal

Hanna

Secretary

 

 

 

 

Mr.

Michael

Blakely

Case Coordinator

 

 

 

 

Ms.

Rosa

Cirillo

Case Coordinator

 

 

 

 

Ms.

Paula

Cabral

Case Coordinator

 

 

 

 

Mr.

Bryan

Browne

Case Coordinator

 

 

 

 

Ms.

Angela

Moore

Case Coordinator

 

 

 

 

Ms.

Ruth

Reynolds

Case Management Coordinator

 

 

 

 

Ms.

Vanessa

Knox

Intake/Inquiry Officer

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

Financial Expenditure Report (April 1, 2008 to March 31, 2009)

 

Internal Allocation

Actual Expenditures

Surplus (Deficit)

 

 

 

 

DIRECT OPERATING EXPENSE

 

 

 

Salaries and Wages

627,300

846,831

($219,531)

Benefits

78,100

104,103

($26,003)

 

 

 

 

Subtotal

$705,400

$950,934

($245,534)

 

 

 

 

OTHER DIRECT OPERATING EXPENSES

 

 

 

Transportation and Communications

314,300

518,801

($204,501)

Services (Including Accommodation)

3,433,500

4,175,809

($742,308)

Supplies and Equipment

347,500

30,578

$316,922

 

 

 

 

Subtotal

$4,095,300

$4,725,188

($629,887)

 

 

 

 

TOTAL OPERATING EXPENSES

$4,800,700

$5,676,122

($875,421)