The purpose of the CNSCA is to bring all Canadian sporting clays shooters under one umbrella, shooting in their own association as do Americans under the NSCA, the English under the CPSA, Australians under the ACTA, etc. The CNSCA is not suggesting that Canadian clubs and/or shooters have to join the CNSCA, however it provides the opportunity for those to belong to a federal organization benefiting all.
The CNSCA encourages all provinces to maintain or organize their own provincial organizations for several reasons; including provincial funding, managing provincial championships, etc.
The CNSCA views provincial affiliations as local extensions of the CNSCA; promoting the sport and the associations within the province and generally providing value to the shooters specifically in that province.
To that end, the CNSCA offers half of the CNSCA’s annual target and membership revenue from those provinces to those associations.
HALF OF ALL SHOOTER REVENUE GOES BACK TO THE PROVINCE IT CAME FROM
Half of all shooter membership dues and target fees from registered events are sent downstream to the provincial affiliates. It is the hope of the CNSCA that this will help the provincial associations position themselves to further the sport and benefit the members specifically in their province.
Where no provincial affiliate exists, half of all target fees are sent back to the hosting club.
The CNSCA is proud to list the BCSCA (BC), the ASCA (AB), the SSCA (SK) and the FQTIR (QC) as provincial affiliates.