*US readers should take note that Canada is similar in regulation to the UK, so "college" is not just a school, but at times a governing body.
001. theobserver.ca's Tyler Kula writes in "New College, Rules Further Legitimize Profession, Naturopathic Doctor Says" (2015-07-07):
"among the changes introduced into the profession in Ontario July 1, with the official establishment of the provincial College of Naturopaths, and the proclamation of the eight-year-old Naturopathy Act [...]";
how can you be a profession if you are based upon falsehood?
"naturopathy: a system of alternative healing that includes homeopathy and acupuncture [...]";
ah, quackery = falsehood.
"[an ND says] 'there's more protection for our patients '[...] 'part of that is a more powerful framework for investigating code of conduct infractions, and handing down discipline, said Andrew Parr, registrar and CEO with the newly formed college [...] our role will be to ensure that naturopaths meet the standards of practice of their profession [...] our role is to protect the public interest [...] we're not here to protect the profession, but the public' [...]";
really? How are patient's protected with a system of self-regulating predators that calls the science-ejected science-based, and the placebo-based powerful? HOW?