Why Can’t I Find A Public Register Profile for a Specific Member?
When applying for registration, applicants are asked if they want their languages of practice to be posted on the public register. If the member indicated they do not want their languages posted, they will not appear in a search result if a language is selected from the drop-down menu.
If a member’s name includes accents, their profile will only appear in a search result if a partial name search is conducted (i.e. searching Ren instead of Renée) or if the full name is searched with correct accents.
If a member’s name is hyphenated, their profile will not appear if only searched by the second part of the hyphenated name.
If a member is not currently practicing, their profile will not appear if a city, province, or postal code is included in the search for a member on the public register.
Unless a member practices out of their home, their profile will not appear if the home address details are included in the search for a member on the public register.
Unreported Practice Sites
While all practice sites should be reported to CRPO for publication on the public register, a member’s profile will not appear if address details for an unreported site are included in the search for a member on the public register.
If your computer autofills address information, delete the autofilled details before conducting a public register search.