C-26, r. 212 - Code of ethics of psychologists

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67. If a psychologist learns, outside a confidential client relationship, that another psychologist is not acting professionally in his or her practice, is unfit to practise or contravenes the provisions of this Code, and has reasonable grounds to believe that the information is valid, the psychologist must inform the Order. If the information is given to the psychologist in the psychologist’s practice, the information is to be disclosed only with the explicit authorization of the client.
O.C. 439-2008, s. 67.