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Why a Provincial Kinesiology Association is a member?

 

CKA structure is based on membership of organisations, namely Provincial Kinesiology Associations. A Kinesioglogist must become a member of its Provincial Kinesiology Associations. The Canadian Kinesiology Alliance has and continues to work with a broad group of stakeholders that include industry, government and not-for-profit/professional association groups. Given that the mandate for the Canadian Kinesiology Alliance is national in scope, over the years the CKA/ACK has worked hard to build mutually-beneficial and cooperative relationships with provincial associations and groups.

PKAs, as organisation member of CKA, are involved in a variety of ways with CKA for the advancement of the professions. The Canadian Kinesiology Alliance works in collaboration with the Provincial Kinesiology Associations to bring increased recognition and awareness of kinesiology and the sciences of human movement, to advocate on behalf of our partners and stakeholders, and to support common standards and professionalism. Nationally, the CKA is the strong and united voice of kinesiologists. When joining the CKA, PKAs benefit from:

  • Access to opportunities to network with members, partners and affiliates to build social capital in promoting the field of Kinesiology;

  • Access to marketing tools & opportunities including easily adaptable promotional event material such as the National Kin Week held annually in November and the National Health and Fitness Day held annually in June; CKA/ACK strives to be creative in reviewing existing promotional materials, external communication strategies and in identifying areas of opportunity to facilitate development of a sustainable, national marketing strategy;

Access to financial returns on CKA/ACK’s partners financial remittance to the Affinity Program on sales from products and services to Kinesiologists such as for professional insurance products, continued education opportunities, home and auto insurance, or patient tracking software.

On a national level, the CKA / ACK represents nine (9) provincial kinesiology associations (PKAs) that are member associations and over 4,000 affiliated Kinesiologists by developing progressive partnerships with other national organizations, providing support to effect positive change within government and public policy, and by promoting the science of Kinesiology. The CKA / ACK advances our member associations, PKAs, by facilitating national and interprovincial communication and partnerships and by supporting and encouraging ongoing development of PKAs. The CKA / ACK establishes and promotes the standards of the profession across Canada.
 
 

British Columbia Association of Kinesiologists (BCAK)

www.bcak.bc.ca
102, 211 Columbia St, Vancouver, BC V6A 2R5 

Alberta Kinesiology Association (AKA)

www.albertakinesiology.ca
Box 22521, Southbrook PO, Edmonton, AB T6W 0C3 

   

Manitoba Kinesiology Association 

www.manitobakinesiologists.ca
515 Portage Avenue, Winnipeg, MB, R3B 2E9 

Ontario Kinesiology Association 

www.oka.on.ca
6700 Century Ave., Suite 100, Mississauga, ON L5N 6A4

   

Federation des kinesiologues du Quebec (FKQ)

www.kinesiologues.com
C.P. 6128 Succ. Centre-Ville, Montréal (QC) H3C 3J7 

New Brunswick Kinesiology Association (NBKA)

www.nbka-aknb.ca
Box 1510, Moncton, NB E1C 8T6 

   

Kinesiology Association of Nova Scotia

www.cka.ca/KANS
PO Box 1286 Windsor, NS B0N 2T0 

Newfoundland and Labrador Kinesiology Association

www.nlka.ca
P.O. Box 29103,  St. John's, NL  A1A 5B5 

    
 

Kinesiology Prince-Edward-Island.

www.kinPEI.ca
Kinesiology PEl, Department of Applied Human Sciences,
550 University Avenue, Charlottetown, PE, ClA 4P3