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VISION STATEMENT

The Association delivers education programs to enhance the knowledge of conformation dog judges; liaises with the CKC to provide input on CKC decisions, policies and programs that affect conformation dog judging; and disseminates information to members so they can remain informed and united in their common goal of promoting critical breed characteristics and improving the quality of conformation dog judges.

ELECTION FOR BOARD MEMBERS (01/2022 to 12/24)

An Election Commission, for the upcoming election process, has been appointed as required. David Swartwood, Karen Day and Wendy Anderson have kindly agreed to form this commission. The Election Commission is calling for nominations from the membership for the next three year term for the Board. The Nomination Form can be accessed by logging in to the membership  section - club documents.   

CDJA BURSARY FUND 

Applications now being accepted for the 2021/2022 academic year!

Click here for information and application form


COVID 19

For information and advice on the COVID19 pandemic in Canada, please go to the government of Canada Health Website HERE

CKC/CDJA 2021 Conference in Vancouver BC has been cancelled.

It has been re-scheduled for November 5 - 6, 2022 at the same location.  
 

SEMINAR

NEXT ON-LINE SEMINAR SCHEDULE:  Please stay tuned......................
The on-line seminar, via ZOOM, starts at 8:00 pm Eastern Time.

PLEASE register when you receive your invitation email and  sign on anytime after 7:30 pm ET. Hope you are able to attend!
FOR INFORMATION ON THE ON-LINE SEMINARS, PLEASE GO TO THE EVENTS PAGE UNDER UPCOMING SEMINARS FOR DETAILS AS THEY ARE AVAILABLE.

 

Important Information for CDJA Members:
 

  • UPDATE TO CKC Policy & Procedures - Chapter 7
    APPENDIX 1 – Personal Use of Social Media Guidelines for CKC Judges [Board Motion #40-09-20 Update: Amended 30-06-21] 

    Judges are held to higher standards of conduct and should abide by the CKC principles of impartiality, integrity, and ethics outlined in this section on the use of social media.
    Judges must:
    • Be mindful, when using social media, of their professional association with the CKC and strive not to bring CKC into disrepute.
    • Understand that what is said and done on social media can reflect on yourself, your colleagues and the CKC as a whole.
    • Maintain professional decorum and be aware that using social media to solicit assignments, make derogatory comments, re-posting comments or endorsements, or for self-promotion may result in
    disciplinary action.
    • Refrain from the expression of personal opinions on controversial subjects, including placements, judging, and critiques which can undermine the credibility of judges and the CKC, and erode the trust
    of CKC members.
    • Consider inappropriate public and private contacts through social media the same as verbal or written contacts and subject to regulations listed under rule 4.1.5, violation which must be reported to CKC.
     

 


 

 


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