1. Improve communication of the role, mandate and mechanism of College of Osteopathic Manual Practitioners of Ontario (COMPO) to key internal and external stakeholders.
2. Strive for unity in the public interest, while respecting the diversity within the osteopathic manual practice profession.
3. Optimize osteopathic manual practice services in the public interest.
4. Continue to operate in a fiscally responsible manner: policy mandate met and priorities set and appropriately resourced (human and financial).
5. Obtain government regulation and help in making the osteopathic manual practice become a regulated health profession as defined by the Regulated Health Professions Act (RHPA) of Ontario.