Please note that CMCC has no control over these organizations, and assumes no responsibility for the content of their websites. The listing of a site does not imply endorsement on the part of the CMCC.
Canadian Federation of Chiropractic Regulatory and Educational Accrediting Boards
39 River Street, Toronto, ON M5A 3P1
Tel: 416 646 1600
Statistics show that CMCC students perform consistently well on both Canadian Chiropractic Examining Board and National Board of Chiropractic Examiners chiropractic examinations.
Canadian Chiropractic Examining Board
Suite 230, 1209 - 59th Avenue SE, Calgary, AB T2H 2P6
Tel: 403 230 5997 Fax: 403 230 3321
National Board of Chiropractic Examiners
901 - 54th Avenue
Greeley, Colorado, USA 80634
Tel: 800 964 6223
The following representatives should be contacted for information concerning provincial licensure regulations.
Alberta College and Association of Chiropractors
Dr. Brian Gushaty, Registrar
11203 - 70 Street NW
Edmonton, AB T5B 1T1
Tel: 780 420 0932 Fax: 780 425 6583
College of Chiropractors of British Columbia
TBA – Registrar
125 - 3751 Shell Road
Richmond, BC V6X 2W2
Tel: 604 270 1332 Fax: 604 278 0093
Manitoba Chiropractors' Association
Dr. Ernie Miron – Registrar
610 1445 Portage Avenue,
Winnipeg, MB R3G 3P4
Tel: 204 942 3000 Fax: 204 942 3010
New Brunswick Chiropractors’ Association
Dr. Meghan Barrett – Chair, Admissions
131A Main St.
Sackville, NS E4L 4B2
Tel: 506 455 6800 Fax: 506 457 1114
Newfoundland and Labrador Chiropractic Board
Dr. Jonathan Hynes – Registrar
#3 - 54 Conception Bay Highway,
Conception Bay South, NL A1W 3A1
Tel: 709 834 5650 Fax: 709 834 5584
Board of The Nova Scotia College of Chiropractors
Dr. Lisa Richard – Registrar
Suite 700 - 6009 Quinpool Road, P.O. Box 9410 Station A
Halifax, NS B3K 5S3
Telephone: 902 407 4255 Fax: 902 425 2441
College of Chiropractors of Ontario
Ms. Jo Ann Willson – Registrar
Suite 902 – 130 Bloor Street West
Toronto, ON M5S 1N5
Telephone: 416 922 6355 Fax: 416 925 9610
Council of the Prince Edward Island Chiropractic Association
Dr. Chris McCarthy – Registrar
119 Kent Street, Ste. 280
Charlottetown, PE C1A 1N3
Tel: 902 892 4454 Fax: 902 892 4454 (call first)
Orde des chiropraticiens du Québec
Pierre Paquin – Secrétaire-trésorier
7950 boul. Métropolitain est
Ville d’Anjou, QC H1K 1A1
Tel: 514 355 8540 Fax: 514 355 2290
Chiropractors’ Association of Saskatchewan
Ms. Judy Gilmour – Registrar
3420A Hill Avenue
Regina, SK S4S 0W9
Tel: 306 585 1411 Fax: 306 585 0685
Yukon Registrar of Chiropractors
Fiona Charbonneau – Chiropractic Registrar
Consumer Services C 5
Government of Yukon
P.O. Box 2703
Whitehorse, YT Y1A 2C6
Tel: 867 667 5111 Fax: 867 667 3609
American Chiropractic Association
Canadian Chiropractic Association (CCA)
Canada’s national chiropractic association. CCA helps Canadians live healthier lives by informing the public about the benefits of chiropractic care, by facilitating chiropractic research, and by advocating for health care system reform to ensure equitable and accessible health care for all Canadians. To become a CCA member, you must first become a member of your provincial association. National membership is automatically instituted when you obtain licensure and are accepted for a provincial membership.
Tel: 416 585 7902 Fax: 416 585 2970
Toll-free: 1 877 222 9303
Canadian Chiropractic Examining Board (CCEB)
The sole examination entity for all chiropractic examinations in Canada. The licensing of professionals requires the assessment of professional competence. CCEB assesses the knowledge and judgment of the chiropractic practice. It is a federally incorporated not-for-profit corporation, “owned” by the 10 provincial licensing bodies (members), to whom it reports candidate results.
Canadian Chiropractic Protective Association (CCPA)
A not-for-profit organization that works to promote safe work habits, improve patient care, enhance awareness of liability issues, develop patient communication tools and standards of practice that are maintained at a level of scientific credibility and acceptability within the profession. The CCPA provides protection for both its members and the public in the event of professional liability claims within a chiropractic practice. Protection is also provided for all staff who work under the direct supervision of the CCPA member and are not regulated under any other discipline.
The Canadian Federation of Chiropractic Regulatory and Educational Accrediting Boards (CFCREAB)
Promotes cooperation between and unified standards of operation for licensing boards, aids in problems confronting licensing boards, encourages uniformity of educational standards in chiropractic colleges, and disseminates information, and supports, the advancement and practice of chiropractic.
College of Chiropractors of Ontario (CCO)
Established by the provincial government to regulate chiropractors in Ontario. Every chiropractor practising in Ontario must be a registered member of the College.
Financial Services Commission of Ontario (FSCO)
Acts as the administrators of the auto insurance system and the regulators of the insurance industry.
The Journal of the Canadian Chiropractic Association (JCCA)
The official quarterly membership publication of the Canadian Chiropractic Association (CCA). It publishes original scholarly research, cultivates professional dialogue and awareness, and works to enhance the continuing education of chiropractors.
Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care (MOHLTC)
Administers Ontario’s health care system and provides services to the public through health insurance, drug benefits, long-term care, home care, health promotion and disease prevention. It also regulates hospitals and medical laboratories, and coordinates emergency health services.
Ontario Chiropractic Association (OCA)
Serve its members and the public by advancing chiropractic health care.
Tel: 905 629 8211
Fax: 905 629 8214
Patient Management Program (PMP)
The Ontario Chiropractic Association’s patient management software package that is used by the majority of OCA members. Its versatile format has made it the program of choice for many chiropractic offices as well as the CMCC clinic. The PMP is an easy, yet effective tool that keeps track of patient appointments, payments, WSIB submissions and reconciliations along with other vital patient information. Designed, developed and maintained by OCA members for OCA members. The PMP is a benefit of OCA membership. Contact the OCA for more information.
Student Canadian Chiropractic Association (SCCA)
A liaison between the CCA, and both CMCC and international students. All Canadian students are automatically members of the SCCA.
Tel: 416 482 2340 x186
Workplace Safety and Insurance Board (WSIB)
Oversees Ontario’s workplace safety, education and training system, provides disability benefits, monitors the quality of health care, and assists in early and safe return to work.
World Congress of Chiropractic Students
Tel: 416 482 2340 x186
World Federation of Chiropractic (WFC)
The voting members of the WFC are national associations of chiropractors in 85 countries. The WFC represents them and the chiropractic profession in the international community.
Tel: 416 484 9978
College of Chiropractic Sport Sciences (Canada)
Public Health Agency of Canada
Financial Services Commission of Ontario (FSCO)
Health Claims for Auto Insurance
Ontario Ministry of Health
Workplace Safety Insurance Board (WSIB)
Provincial and Territorial Student Assistance Offices
Alberta (Alberta Learning Information Service, Alberta Human Resources & Employment)
British Columbia (Student Services Branch, Advanced Education, Training and Technology)
New Brunswick (Student Services Branch, Department of Advanced Education and Labour)
Prince Edward Island (Student Aid Division, Department of Education)
Newfoundland (Student Aid Division, Department of Education)
Nova Scotia (Student Assistance Office, Department of Education and Culture)
Ontario (Student Affairs Branch, Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities)
Saskatchewan (Student Financial Assistance, Post-Secondary Education and skills Training)
Yukon (Students Financial Assistance Unit, Department of Education)
Note: The province of Quebec, and the Northwest Territories and Nunavut operate their own student assistance plans. If you are a resident of Quebec or the Northwest Territories or Nunavut, you should contact their offices below.
Northwest Territories (Student Financial Assistance, Department of Education, Culture and Employment
Nunavut (Department of Education, Financial Assistance for Nunavut Students)
Québec (Service de l'accueil et des renseignements, Aide financière aux études, Ministère de l'Éducation)