Spring 2023 CCO Council Elections

Thank you for your interest in the 2023 CCO Council elections. As of March 28, 2023, at 4 pm, the voting for elections to CCO Council for District 6 has closed. Please visit this CCO website page for updates and links to the unofficial election results.

For information about election procedures and the role of Council members, please visit the CCO website.

Your CCO Council Candidates (by District)

District 5: Central West

Comprised of the counties of Brant, Dufferin, Wellington, Haldimand and Norfolk, the regional municipalities of Halton, Niagara, Peel and Waterloo, and the city of Hamilton.

Congratulations to Dr. Sarah Green who has been acclaimed in this district.

District 6: Western

Comprised of the counties of Essex, Bruce, Grey, Lambton, Elgin, Middlesex, Huron, Perth, and Oxford, and the municipality of Chatham-Kent.
The candidates below are running for election in this district. Please click/tap the names of each candidate to read their responses to three identical Town Hall questions, find links to digital channels where each is campaigning, as well as links to the biographical information and campaign statements.

Dr. Michelle Campbell

Dr. Colin Goudreau

Eligible voters in District 6 will receive an email to vote, with voting instructions and a link to an electronic ballot with the candidates in District 6 on Monday, March 13 at 4 p.m., the day voting opens.

District 7: Academic

Comprised of the entire province of Ontario (member of faculty of an accredited academic institution).

Congratulations to Dr. Jarrod Goldin who has been acclaimed in this district.

Eligible voters, remember that your votes must be received by the CCO by Tuesday, March 28 at 4 p.m.
For your reference, CCO published this 2023 Notice of Election and Nomination Guide.
For more information about election procedures and the role of CCO Council members, please visit this page on the CCO website.

CCO Election FAQs

The OCA is not endorsing any candidate. We think a robust roster of candidates, coupled with well-informed voters, will achieve the best results for the profession in Ontario.

To mobilize all eligible voters, the OCA asks each candidate the same three Town Hall questions and displays their answers, as provided and approved by CCO, on each district’s Town Hall page. This page also includes links to digital channels where each candidate is campaigning, as well as links to their biographical information, and their optional additional campaign statement on CCO’s website. We profile each candidate equitably in all participating districts, so members can make informed choices with their votes.

Yes, you can contact any candidate. There is no CCO prohibition on individual chiropractors engaging with Council candidates to ask questions or obtain more information on their views.