The College of Chiropractors of Alberta is governed by a Council of 10 persons:
- Five chiropractors, regulated members in good standing - Note: Up to 2022, regulated members on Council were elected. 2023 onwards, any regulated members (new or extended) on Council will be appointed by Council.
- Five public members appointed by the Government of Alberta.
Public members provide a critically necessary public-oriented perspective and ensure decisions and actions made by Council are in the best interest of Albertans.
The Chair and Vice-Chair are appointed by sitting Council members.
Role of Council
Council governs in a manner that respects and protects the privilege of self-regulation granted to the profession by the Health Professions Act. Council is responsible for making decisions that best serve the public interest and ensure the quality of chiropractic care in Alberta.
Council defines and oversees the implementation of Code of Ethics, Standards of Practice, and Bylaws to ensure Alberta chiropractors provide safe, competent and ethical chiropractic care to Albertans.
Council News, an e-newsletter which is sent out to regulated members on an as-needed basis, reports on special Council news and decisions.