Regulating Chiropractic in the Public Interest
The College of Chiropractors of Ontario (CCO) is the governing body established by the provincial government to regulate chiropractors in Ontario. Every chiropractor practising in Ontario must be a registered member of CCO.
COVID-19 All Updates and Directives
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2022 Online Member and Incorporation Renewal
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Important Announcement Regarding Spousal Exception to the Sexual Abuse Provisions of the RHPA
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Addendum to President’s Message #17 re: COVID-19 dated August 26, 2021 – Updated Patient Screening Guidance
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Accessing Centre for Expertise – Chiropractic Study for Patients
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Message from the CCO President #17 re: COVID-19 - Thursday, August 26, 2021
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2020 Annual Report
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Message from the CCO President - May 3, 2021
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Message from the Past President - April 20, 2021
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Message from the CCO Vice-President - March 5, 2021
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2021 Elections to CCO Council
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Holiday Greetings – December 18, 2020
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President’s Message #15 re: COVID-19 – Thursday, December 10, 2020
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President's Message - August 24, 2020 (Including Proposed Amendments for Feedback from Quality Assurance Committee)
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President’s Message #12 re: COVID-19 – Wednesday, August 12, 2020 – General (Provisional) Registration
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CCO 2019 Annual Report
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Vice-President’s Message – July 7, 2020
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Regulating Chiropractic in the Public Interest
The College of Chiropractors of Ontario (CCO) is the governing body established by the provincial government to regulate chiropractors in Ontario. Every chiropractor practising in Ontario must be a registered member of CCO.

News & Updates

About the College

Everyone is entitled to safe and competent health care. To ensure the public interest is protected, regulated health care providers in Ontario must obtain licences or certificates of registration to practise their profession.

The College of Chiropractors of Ontario (CCO) is the governing body established by the provincial government to regulate chiropractors in Ontario. Every chiropractor practising in Ontario must be a registered member of CCO.

CCO encourages all stakeholders to forward inquiries relating to CCO to CCO directly. A great deal of information is readily available on the CCO website. Some information (including active investigations for example) is confidential under the RHPA. Please ensure all inquiries are respectful and professional. Please also note CCO may include both your inquiry and CCO’s response on the website or in public information packages to ensure all stakeholders get the same information in the same way and at the same time. Thank you. 

Information is available in French upon request.

L’information est disponible en français sur demande. Pour les services en français, veuillez communiquer avec l’Ordre au (416) 922-6355 ou à cco.info@cco.on.ca.

Legislation and Ethics Examination and Record Keeping Workshop

CCO has scheduled an online sitting of the Legislation and Ethics Examination for February 17, 2022. The deadline to apply for this examination is February 1, 2022. Due to the online delivery of the examination, candidates should make themselves available for the entire day. Please complete the application form and submit it to Ms Madeline Cheng, Registration Coordinator to apply for the examination. Please contact Ms Madeline Cheng at mcheng@cco.on.ca or 416-922-6355 ext. 113 for any questions.

More information about the legislation and ethics examination, including study material, can be found at the following link. Information about the February 17, 2022 sitting of the examination can be found at the following link.

Information about the online delivery of the examination can be found in the following document and video.

CCO will be holding a virtual record keeping workshop on February 24, 2022, 8:30 am – 12:00 pm. Please email Rose Bustria at bustria@cco.on.ca if you are interested in attending this virtually.