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Paying it Forward
29 December 2020

The board of Judo Canada has decided to amend the fee plan as presented to the AGM in September 2016. The objective is to help provincial and territorial associations to promote judo to new markets and into the school system. For this purpose, the introductory programs have been split into two distinct programs to better fill the needs of Judo promotion in Canada:

1) Introductory Program

Goal: Promote judo and recruitment of Judo Club in specific community;

Fee: 5$ Judo Canada & 10$ PSO (Maximum) Total: 15$


  • Official letter from organization where the program is hosted send to Judo Canada by the P-TSO. (annually)
  • Once in a lifetime opportunity for the member
  • Maximum length of program: 15 weeks
  • No grading (white belt only)
  • No competitions or similar activities (ex: organised randori)
  • No voting power.
  • Example of Specific community: Military, Aboriginal, School, etc.

2) School Program

Goal: Promote judo in educational system at the elementary and High School (secondary) level during school hours;

Fees for program during school hours: 0$ Judo Canada & 5$ PSO (Maximum)

Fees for program ‘’after class’’: 0$ Judo Canada & 8$ PSO (Maximum)


  • Official letter from school where the program (with detailed schedule) is hosted send to Judo Canada by the PSO. (annually)
  • Must take place during school hours
  • Must be under the auspices of a school staff
  • No competitions or similar activities. (ex: organised randori)
  • No voting power.
  • Maximum grading: Orange belt

Further that any members found to be using these programs outside the criteria will be charged the full membership fee. This will be invoiced to the PSO and it will be the responsibility of the PSO to collect from the member.

Sincerely, Nicolas Gill CEO/HPD

2017-2018 FEES


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