In 1980, the leaders of a number of public and private sector institutions, led by then Auditor General of Canada, J.J. Macdonell, contributed funds to launch CCAF as a research and educational organization.
CCAF members have access to the following benefits:
- Opportunities to network with senior-level decision makers in the public sector.
- The opportunity to contribute through our research and networking events, or participate on our advisory groups.
- Invitations to CCAF events.
- Access to all CCAF research publications and articles.
- Discounted event rates.
How to become a CCAF member:
The annual cost for individual membership is $250.00.
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Today, CCAF's Institutional Members:
- contribute to the development of our vision and mission
- encourage and participate in CCAF's activities
- provide resources for the Foundation to carry out its work.
How our institutional members benefit:
- are consulted when the five-year Strategic Plan is drafted
- assist in the selection of major research projects
- can influence the direction of the Foundation's research and comment on research findings
- have direct access to CCAF's capacity development tools and activities
- are invited to participate in CCAF events and training courses
- may act as panellists or keynote speakers at CCAF events
- share excellent networking opportunities within CCAF's stakeholder communities.
For information on becoming a CCAF Institutional Member, please contact our Vice-president of Operations & CFO Nicole Wieczorek at (613) 241-6713 ext. 225 or at