|Vice president(s)||Roger de Champs|
|Secretary||Daniel De Angelis|
Judo Canada, formerly known as The Canadian Kodokan Black Belt Association, is the non-profit national governing body of the Japanese martial art and combat sport Judo in Canada, and a federation of Judo associations in each of the ten provinces and three territories. It was incorporated in 1956 and recognized by the International Judo Federation in 1958.
- Leyshon, Glynn A. (1998). Judoka: the history of Judo in Canada. Gloucester, Ontario: Judo Canada. ISBN 1894165004. Official history of Judo in Canada that includes a history of Judo Canada as an organization, now freely accessible through Google Books.
- Judo Canada (official website)
- List of provincial and territorial Judo associations (Judo Canada)
- Judo Canada Hall of Fame (Judo Canada)
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