Apparently according to Mr. Mullen, three, and soon a fourth, provinces right now are working on Home Inspection Legislation, and they are using the National Certification Model as their guideline.
Mr. Mullen states he cannot divulge this info because he is currently involved in discussion with the interested party. Lets also remember just because a province may use the National as a benchmark it does not mean it will fly, and I am sure unlike CAHPI the provincial government will not arbitrarly impose legislation without input. Just remember CAHPI does not represent anyone other than OAHI and the other provinces.
How provinces can accept a model as a document which has not been approved is beyond me.
I am still waiting for incontrovertible proof as to the 5,000 members that keeps being quoted.
As it remains the National remains another exclusive self regulating body that reports to itself.
I would welcome provincial legilslation (licencing) based on the National.