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Membership Information:

We are often been asked the question why should I join the BCAA and what do I get for my membership.  In order to answer that question we need to look at a few governing factors.

Approx. 1/2 of our budget comes from Memberships, and of that 1/2 about 1/3 goes to Archery Canada for national programs and insurance coverage.  That means in reality about 1/3 of our budget comes from the membership, the rest comes from the Provincial government through Sport Services.  An individual in this association has access to a tremendous amount of services for the fee they pay.

Your membership and where it goes

The following list indicates BCAA membership fees and what goes to Archery Canada to cover insurance costs for our members:                                           

  • For a single membership of $70.00--to Archery Canada $25.00

  • For a JOP membership of $60.00—to Archery Canada $25.00

  • For a family membership of $150.00--to Archery Canada $68

  • For a club membership of $150.00--to Archery Canada $75.

Current Programs and Services

  • Individuals, families, and clubs who purchase membership in the BCAA receive the following benefits and services:

  • Monthly digital copies of the To The Point newsletter.

  • Membership in the national organization, Archery Canada

  • Access to all BCAA activities and events and all Archery Canada activities and events

  • Access to coaching clinics (NCCP), bowhunting education (IBEP), judging clinics, and technical workshops

  • Access to additional training and guidance in coaching

  • Access to a high performance coaching system

  • Provincial judge training and certification

  • Eligibility to compete in the BC Indoor, BC Outdoor and 3D Championships

  • Eligibility to enroll in the Junior Olympian Program and to participate in its activities

  • Eligibility to compete in the BC Winter and Canada Games.

  • Eligibility to compete in the trials for team selection for the BC Winter Games

  • Eligibility to try out for special teams (Nationals, 3D Championships, and Canada Games.

  • Official representation for archery to the government of BC

  • Government lobby for bow hunting related activities

  • Eligibility to compete for records at our championship events

  • Eligible to apply for financial assistance for travel to the national championships

  • Regulations governing all aspects of the sport in order that the sport is fair and accessible

  • Inclusion in our Recognition Program for athlete, volunteer, and coach of the year

$5,000,000 coverage for both clubs and individuals:

first-party coverage for public liability and property damage, personal liability, personal injury, medical payments, property damage, cross liability, non-owned automobile, limited watercraft coverage, worldwide coverage, and secondary coverage for hunting

In addition to the above, clubs also receive:

• Eligibility to request clinics for their members

• Eligibility to bid on hosting provincial and national championship events

• Guidelines and rules for preparing and hosting tournaments

• Eligibility to host a JOP program