Karate Canada operates through its committees, who oversee and implement policies and guidelines that affect different aspects of sport karate in Canada.
Mandate: To oversee all financial activities for Karate Canada and to make recommendations to the Board of Directors on financial issues.
Communications and Marketing Committee
Mandate: To oversee all communications and marketing strategies for Karate Canada.
Governance and Policy Committee
Mandate: To make recommendations to Karate Canada’s Board of Directors concerning governance, in accordance with Karate Canada’s Bylaws and policies.
Sport-Related Operational Committees
Mandate: To set guidelines, plan, oversee and provide support for the organization of all Karate Canada events.
High Performance Committee
Mandate: To oversee all Karate Canada’s Senior and Junior National Team Programs, and to optimize all aspects of high performance.
Mandate: To oversee the development, communication and implementation of LTD program in provincial and territorial sport organizations.
Mandate: To provide leadership and advice regarding Karate Canada’s medical issues and to ensure medical issues and initiatives are well integrated and coordinated.
Mandate: To oversee the development, communication and implementation of NCCP in provincial and territorial sport organizations.
Mandate: The Referee Commission is responsible for the recruitment, training, and evaluation of national officials. It is also responsible for increasing the quantity of officials and for improving the quality of officiating in Canada.
Mandate: To investigate, develop and implement Karate Canada’s National program for the integration of para-athletes into Karate programs and events, including the competition structure.
Mandate: To assess new style associations for Karate Canada, to adjudicate National Dan examinations and to provide advice on general karate tradition.