Who Belongs to the CCCO?
The CCCO includes participants from the federal, provincial, territorial and municipal public sectors as well as the private sector. These participants are representatives from each capital who want to work together to promote the historic, cultural, economic and symbolic heritage of the capitals of Canada.
Mayors, city councillors, tourism and economic development officers, provincial capital commissions, representatives of Legislative Assemblies and others from national, provincial and municipal public and private sectors all contribute to the organization.
Representation by Industry
Benefits of Membership
The CCCO’s mandate is to promote and support the unique and symbolic significance of the capitals so as to reflect the pride, unity, history, democratic traditions, and aspirations of the people living in the provinces and territories of Canada.
Our goal is to further a greater knowledge of Canada's heritage, culture and political development by supporting opportunities for Canadians to be more fully engaged with all of Canada's capitals. The CCCO also provides a dedicated forum for the discussion of a wide range of issues that are unique to capital cities. Our organization affords an exceptional opportunity for members to benefit from the collective skills and experiences gained by institutions and individuals responsible for the cultural and economic promotion of our capital cities.
In the past the CCCO has worked collaboratively on various pan-Canadian projects which have served to link and unify our capital cities. Canada is celebrating its 150th Anniversary in 2017 and the Canadian Capital Cities Organization is poised to lead some exciting initiatives that will inspire our communities from coast to coast to coast to celebrate our great nation together. As a member of the CCCO, your perspective and contribution to the planning process for this important event will be assured.
Over 65 participants at the 2013 Annual Conference hosted in Ottawa.
The CCCO offers two categories of annual membership:
Institutional Membership | $500.00
- Cities, capital commissions, Legislative Assemblies, tourism organizations, economic development organizations, etc
- For up to five representatives from the same institution
- One institutional vote at Board meetings and Annual General meeting
Associate Membership | $250.00
- Non-voting membership entitles you to attend CCCO events.
Download our membership application. Please make cheques payable to “Canadian Capital Cities Organization” and mail to:
Canadian Capital Cities Organization
c/o Wascana Centre Authority
2900 Wascana Drive