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*NOTE*  The 2017 CKC/CDJA Conference is FULL.
If you have not already booked your room at the Crowne Plaza, please contact  Alana Bochnak who will accept reservations as long as one is available – she may be reached at salescoord@cptayyz.com or 1-800-268-3330 x 1325.

The CDJA Annual General Meeting will be held in conjunction with the Conference on Saturday November 25, 2017 at the Toronto International Convention Centre, Mississauga, Ontario at approximately 5:00 pm.

The CDJA 2017 AGM Agenda is available here ... AGM_Agenda_2017_CDJA.pdf


ON LINE SEMINAR - Next on line educational seminar will be Wednesday December 6 at 8:00 pm EDT on the Pharaoh Hound - presenter TBA.
Patrick Mudge is our on-line coordinator.  If your breed club is interested in putting on an on-line educational seminar please contact Patrick. 

If you have an educational seminar coming up or are able to offer ringside mentoring at a specialty, please send an e-mail to the CDJA Secretary and your educational opportunity will be posted on the Upcoming Seminars page.

Reminder to all that there is a CKC Licensing Maintenance for All-Breed, Groups and Breed Judges 5 year cycle requirement.  Details on the requirements can be found on the CKC web site in the Policy and Procedures Manual Chapter 7 section 7. Please note that the current term expires on December 31, 2017.


Information for CDJA Members for posting:

  • Conformation Show Rules & Regulations Chapter 4.2.2 on Judges -  Conflicts, has been amended to align with Chapter 2.2.5. "A judge must not accept an assignment to judge the same breeds, groups, or general specials at shows that are held less than 90 days apart if the distance between the shows is within 350 road miles (562 km)." This is effective January 1, 2018.  Contracts signed prior to this date will be grandfathered.

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