The Shooting federation of Canada (SFC) is an incorporated, not-for-profit association and is governed by an elected Board of Directors. It is recognized by Sport Canada, the Canadian Olympic Committee (COC), the Canadian Paralympic Committee (CPC) and other organizations involved in the Canadian sport system. SFC is also recognized internationally by the International Shooting Sports Federation (ISSF).
The SFC began in 1932 as the "Canadian Small Bore Rifle Association." It received its Letters of Patent as the "Canadian Small Bore Association" on July 31, 1936. In the aftermath of the Second World War, the CSBA changed its name to the "Canadian Civilian Association of Marksmen." It remained the CCAM until December 2, 1964, when it adopted its current name.
Since 1964, the SFC has existed as the National Sport Governing Body responsible for the promotion, development and governing of organized, recreational and competitive target shooting in and for Canada.
The Shooting Federation of Canada (SFC) is the national sport governing body responsible for the , development and governing of organized, recreational, and competitive target shooting in and for Canada. To promote the growth of our sport, the SFC delivers programs for officials, coaches, volunteers, and high performance athletes. The Board of Directors (BOD) represents the SFC, and is charged with protecting its public purpose and ensuring that funds are used responsibly and as effectively as possible. To achieve this stewardship, the BOD forms committees. The duties, powers, policies, and procedures of these committees are detailed in the Policy & Procedures Manual.
Our values are:
The By-Laws provide the structure and framework for the governance of the SFC and amendments to the by-laws are approved by the Board of Directors and confirmed by the members.
The Shooting Federation of Canada (SFC) is committed to creating and upholding the highest standards of governance through transparent policy development. The SFC policies address a variety of areas that apply to SFC employees, volunteers, athletes, coaches and all other support personnel. SFC policies are reviewed and approved by the Board of Directors regularly. Policies repository
To achieve its objectives and mission the SFC elaborate an operational plan that gives short terms goals. The key outcomes for the current period are in the 2020-2021 Operational plan.