MARRT Mission Statement

The Manitoba Association of Registered Respiratory Therapists regulates the practice and continuing competency of respiratory therapists to ensure the safe delivery of care.

MARRT Vision Statement

Exemplary delivery of respiratory care in Manitoba


MARRT is authorized by The Registered Respiratory Therapists Act C.C.S.M. c. R115. The role of MARRT is to self-regulate the practice of Respiratory Therapy and govern the members of MARRT to protect the public. 

MARRT's legal obligation is to protect the public through the regulation of licensed and registered respiratory therapists. This includes setting standards of practice, developing members' continuing education competency requirements and addressing complaints involving MARRT members. 

The business of MARRT is conducted in accordance with the law and member approved bylaws. The MARRT bylaws can be viewed under the "Our Profession" tab. The Board of Directors consists of Registered Respiratory Therapists, as elected by MARRT members, and two public members, as appointed by the Government of Manitoba.