Welcome to the Canadian Border Collie Association
The Association’s objectives are the encouragement, development and regulation of the breeding of purebred Border Collies in Canada by:
- Establishing a standard of breeding and maintaining a system of registration of purebred Border Collies;
- Promoting and fostering the breeding, training and distribution of reliable working Border Collies in Canada;
- Promoting and fostering health improvements in Border Collies;
- Publishing and distributing literature and other communications to educate the public and Border Collie breeders on subjects relating to the well-being of the Border Collie breed;
- Organizing and promoting trials, national championships and exhibitions, either competitive or non-competitive, and either independently or in association with any other societies, bodies or persons.
Election Results – CBCA Western Director 2018-19
Chris Jobe has won the election for Western Director by a small margin. CBCA President Bob Stephens has congratulated her and welcomed her to the Board. He has also thanked outgoing Director Ken Price for his good service.
No election was needed in the Eastern Region as outgoing Board members Amanda Milliken and John Palmer were both acclaimed for another term.
February 4, 2018
Election for CBCA Director, Western Region for 2018-19
** UPDATE **
Due to a delay in mail delivery of ballots to some members, the deadline for returning ballots for the election of a director for the Western Region has been extended from January 26 to February 2, 2016. — Tara Dier, Secretary, CBCA
An election was conducted in November and December 2017 for Director, Western Region which resulted in a tie between the two candidates. The Board has directed that the election be run again. Ballots will be mailed on December 29, 2017 to members in the western provinces, to be returned by January 26, 2018. Brief biographies of the two candidates will be available on the CBCA website at canadianbordercollies.org.
2018 CBCA Championships
The 2018 CBCA Championships will be held in Medicine Hat, Alberta, from August 23 – 26, 201.
Notice of Upcoming Election
The terms of three directors (Amanda Milliken, John Palmer & Ken Price) lapse at the end of 2017. As a result there will be an election for two members from the East region(Ontario or East) and for one from the West region (Manitoba or west).
Le mandat de trois administrateurs (Ken Price, Amanda Milliken & John Palmer) se termine à la fin de 2017. Par conséquent, une élection aura lieu pour deux membres de la région Est (est du Manitoba) et pour un membre de la région Ouest (ouest de l’Ontario).
Information on CBCA CEA Designaton
The CBCA will place the “¢” designation next to an animal’s registered name to indicate that the animal
is clear of the Collie Eye Anomaly mutation.
La CBCA ajoutera la désignation ” ¢ ” à côté du nom enregistré d’un animal pour indiquer que l’animal est exempt de la mutation Collie Eye Anomaly.
2017 CBCA Champion
Congratulations to Amanda Milliken and Dorey, the 2017 CBCA Champions, and Pam Boring and Jim, the 2017 Reserve Champions.
Run orders for the 2017 CBCA Championships
Click here to view the run orders for the 2017 CBCA Championships / Kingston Sheep Dog Trials.
Canadians take second place in Team Competition at the World Sheepdog Trial in The Netherlands, July 2017.
Congratulations to Team Canada members Amanda Milliken with Monty and Howell, Lee Lumb with Gus and Scott Glen with Anne and Alice.
2017 CBCA Annual General Meeting
Take Notice that the Annual Meeting of the Canadian Border Collie Association will be held in conjunction with the Championship at Grass Creek Park, Kingston, ON, on August 10, 2017 at 6:30 pm or following completion of competition, whichever is later, for the purpose of transacting such business as may properly come before the meeting, or any adjournment thereof.
2017 CBCA Championships
The 2017 CBCA Championships will be held at Grass Creek Park in Kingston, ON, in conjunction with the 30th Anniversary of the Kingston Sheepdog Trials, on August 7 – 13, 2017.
Notice of Upcoming Election
The terms of three directors (Bob Stephens, Kathy Keats and Louanne Twa) lapse at the end of 2016. As a result there will be an election for two members from the West region (Manitoba or west) and for one from the East region (Ontario or east).
Le mandat de trois administrateurs (Bob Stephens, Louanne Twa and Kathy Keats) se termine à la fin de 2016. Par conséquent, une élection aura lieu pour un membre de la région Est (est du Manitoba) et pour deux membres de la région Ouest (ouest de l’Ontario).
2016 CBCA AGM
Take Notice that the Annual Meeting of the Canadian Border Collie Association will be held at Shepherd’s Crook Farm, Woodville, on August 11, 2016 at 6:30 pm or following completion of competition, whichever is later, for the purpose of transacting such business as may properly come before the meeting, or any adjournment thereof.
Veuillez prendre note que l’assemblée générale annuelle de la Société canadienne de Border Collie se tiendra au concours Shepherd’s Crook Farm, le 11 aout 2016, à 18 h 30 ou à la fin de la compétition, selon l’heure la plus tardive, dans le but de traiter des questions dont l’assemblée peut légitimement être saisie ou de tout ajournement de celles-ci.
2016 CBCA Championship
The 2016 CBCA Championships will be held at Shepherd’s Crook Farm, near Woodville, Ontario, August 10-14, 2016.
Late Registration Fee
At a meeting of the Board of Directors on November 19, 2015, the Board unanimously passed a motion raising to $300 the fee for registering each pup in a litter registration when the application to register is received by the Registrar more than two years after the birth of the litter, effective January 1, 2017.
* Year/letter for pups born in 2016 is “D”, 2015 is “C”, 2014 is “B”, in 2013 is “A”, in 2012 is “Z”
For general inquiries about the CBCA, and inquiries about registration and membership, please contact:
CBCA Registrar & Secretary:
Box 817, Stirling, ON K0K 3E0