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The Canadian Colleges Athletic Association (CCAA short; French Association canadienne du sport Collégial, short ACSC) is the national college sports organization in Canada and was founded in 1974 as a voluntary association. Its equivalent in the field of Canadian universities is the Canadian Interuniversity Sport (CIS shortly). Some facilities are in various sports fields members in both organizations. The CCAA today offers nine championships in various sports.

The Canadian Colleges Athletic Association offers for men and women in the following sports championships:

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The CCAA is comprised of five regional associations, which in some sports based on the U.S. system also Conferences are called and in which the current 79 members are organized.

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  • Avatar Elsa What are some good colleges in Canada?
    Feb 23, 2010 by Elsa | Posted in Higher Education (University +)

    I'm looking in to being a sports medicine doctor. A list would be awesome !

    • Dalhousie - Nova Scotia
      McGill - Quebec
      Queens, U of Toronto and more - Ontario.
      I don't know much about the western Canadian universities.

  • Avatar Curious How many years of residency to become a family doctor in Canada?
    Feb 16, 2011 by Curious | Posted in Family

    So I'm a student in high school and i know that in order to become a doctor you need 4 yrs of college or university and 4 yrs of med school. But how many years exact does it really take to become a family practitioner?

    • Here's what I found on Wiki:

      "Students enter into the Canadian Resident Matching Service (CaRMS) in the fall of their final year. Students rank their preferences of hospitals and specialties. In turn, …ctive agreement between the authority and the provincial professional association of residents. An example of this is the Provincial Association of Internes and Residents of Ontario."

      Hope this helps!