From July 10-17, kinesiologists in the following districts will participate in elections to Council:
- District 4- Central (one member of three)
- District 5- Central West (one member of two)
- District 6- Western
Your electoral district is determined by where you primarily work. If you are not working, your electoral district is determined by where you live. View the electoral districts.
View our election FAQs and visit our Council and Committees page to learn more about what Council does.
If you have any questions about the nomination or election process, please contact Danae Theakston via email or at (416) 961-7000 ext. 107.
The College is run by a Council, similar to a board of directors. Council sets the College's overall direction and ensures that the College is protecting the public.
Council is made up of:
- Ten kinesiologists elected by their peers for three year terms, one of whom must be a member of an Ontario university’s faculty or department of kinesiology, and
- At least six and no more than eight public members appointed by the Ontario government to provide the public's point of view.
While kinesiologists are elected by their peers, they do not represent them. Once elected or appointed, all Council members are required to put the interests of the public ahead of the interests of the profession.
Determining your electoral district
There are seven electoral districts for the purpose of Council elections. Your electoral district is determined by where you primarily work. If you are not working, your electoral district is determined by where you live. View the electoral districts.
Elections are held every July. The schedule is as follows:
- in 2018 and three years after, one member from Districts 4 and 5, and District 6
- in 2019 and three years after, District 1, and one member from Districts 4 and 5.
- in 2020 and three years after, Districts 2 and 3, and one member from District 4
Process for voting
In mid-July and if you are eligible to vote, you will receive an email that contains your ballot. To be eligible to vote, you must have paid all outstanding fees.
The full election process can be found in section 10 of the College By-Laws.