Membership Dues

Please note that CSRT membership and all other items processed are non-refundable.

 

Renewals for the 2024-2025 membership year start on December 6th.

 
 

There are two ways to finance your CSRT membership:

1. Credit Card

  • We recommend you join or renew online (links below).
  • You can renew by telephone 1-800-267-3422, ext. 0.
  • Fill out the Fillable PDF, or print then scan (or take a clear picture of each page) and email your membership form to our membership team.
  • We ask that you not mail your form in anymore.

2. Monthly Payment Plan (offered to Registered and Associate members only)

Pay your membership in easy monthly installments directly from your bank account. Send your membership application and a void cheque to the CSRT via email (fill out PDF, screenshot, scan and/or take clear pictures). Please note that certain deadlines are in effect for provincial license dues paid through the CSRT on the Monthly Payment Plan. Please contact us for more information.

 

Become a Member

Join the CSRT as a Registered or Associate Member for the April 1, 2024 - March 31, 2025 membership year.

To make your membership active before April 1st: once your application has been approved, simply log into your account once you get your login information and purchase membership for the remainder of the current membership year ending March 31, 2024 in the Store. Registered Members can also purchase professional liability insurance for the remainder of the current membership year inside the Store.

*(STUDENTS and NEW GRADS: please make sure you join as a Student Member. There are no refunds on CSRT membership.)

Renew Your Membership

You can renew your membership for the April 1, 2024 - March 31, 2025 membership year.

If you have any questions, please contact the CSRT office at 1-800-267-3422.

In November 2018, the CSRT migrated to a new database. Only individuals who had been active members in the previous 3 years were carried over. 

All inactive membership files will be disposed of after a period of 6 years of inactivity to ensure compliance with Canadian PIPEDA regulations.