BCNA Membership Dues
Dues & Member Benefits
The BCNA, along with its board of directors, makes key decisions on behalf of its members to advance the interests of the naturopathic profession, and to promote positive change in our health care system – benefiting naturopathic doctors and their patients.
In BC, members pay BCNA & CAND dues combined
BCNA Dues Outline
- Full Time
- Part Time
- Grad A
- Grad B
- BCNA Dues
- CAND Dues
Status Definitions for CAND: CAND has dues categories for full-time, part-time, new graduates and associates.
FT: Any member who is in clinic for 16 hours (or more) per week.
PT: Any member who is in clinic for less than 16 hours per week.
New Grad “A”: Any member who is within their first year of practice since their date of graduation.
New Grad “B”: Any member who is within their second year of practice since their date of graduation.
Both BCNA and CAND have an associate status: Any member who is not practicing and not in clinic at any time per month (e.g., leave of absence, maternity leave, etc.).