In the Event of a Canada Post Mail Interruption
In normal operations, the College sends official notices to members by e-mail and by regular mail (Canada Post). In the event of a postal interruption, the College will be sending all official notices to members by e-mail and by facsimile, if we have a fax number on file for you.
Other College Communications
The College sends all regular and routine communications to members and stakeholders via e-mail. This process will be unaffected by an interruption in postal services.
Remember to always check your junk or spam folders and, if you haven’t already, ensure you have white listed or indicated to your mail service that all mail from @collegeofnaturopaths.on.ca should always be delivered to your inbox.
Also please check the CONO website regularly for any new or additional information.
Sending Information to the College
Members, applicants and the public who wish to send materials to the College and who generally do so by mail are reminded that in the event of a postal interruption, mail will not be received. Important materials should be send by courier or can be dropped off at the College using the Drop Box in the foyer on the 10th floor at 150 John Street.
Payments to the College
Members who are due to make payments to the College will still be required to make those payments by the date they are due, regardless of an interruption in postal services. Cheques can be sent to the College by courier, or dropped off in the Drop Box in the foyer on the 10th floor at 150 John Street. Payments can also be made on-line on the College’s website, which is fast, safe and secure.