The CEC is federally incorporated as a National Sport Organization (NSO) and recognized by the International Federation of Sport Climbing (IFSC) with a mandate to regulate and promote the development of competition climbing in Canada as well as sanction competitions. In addition, the CEC provides assistance to athletes, coaches, and event organizers at the national level.
The members of CEC are the Provincial or Territorial Sport Organizations (PSO or TSO) and through them the individual athletes, officials and other partners.
The voting members of the CEC are:
Alberta Climbing Association (ACA)
Sport Climbing BC (SCBC)
Climbing Association of Manitoba (CAM)
East Coast Competitive Climbing (ECCC)
Ontario Climbing Federation (OCF)
Fédération québécoise de la montagne et de l’escalade (FQME)
All other provinces or territories (PEI, NL, SK, NV, NWT):
Climbing Escalade Canada is a member of the International Federation of Sport Climbing (IFSC), the IFSC Pan American Council, and the Canadian Olympic Committee (COC). CEC is partly funded by the Sport Canada.