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World Chinese Medicine and Acupuncture College
The Chinese College of Canada, an Ontario non-profit corporation founded in 1994, operating as World Chinese Medicine and Acupuncture College, when College of Traditional Chinese Medicine Practitioners and Acupuncturists of Ontarion (CTCMPAO) was established by the grovernment of Ontario, students of World Chinese Medicine and Acupuncture College (WCMAAC) are qualified to attempt the licencing examination (TCMP and AC) of CTCMPAO
Our is located at Times Square Plaza unit 32A - 550 Highway 7 East. We offer service by registered traditional Chinese medicine practitioners and acupuncturists. Please call for enquiries or to book an appointment.
Seniors living alone with financial difficulties may qualify for discounted service.
Consultation — $50
Acupuncture Treatment — $110
Osteopathic Treatment — $110
Herbal Remedy — $20-25 per prescription, 4 prescriptions per each consultation $100
Our organization, the Chinese College of Canada (CCC), is a non-profit educational organization registered in Ontario since 1994. Established in 2009 as Universal Information and Technology College (UITC) as a Private Career College (PCC), we later became the World Chinese Medicine and Acupuncture College (WCMAAC) to focus on higher education and training in traditional Chinese medicine and acupuncture.
Education Journey: Transforming from UITC to WCMAAC
In 2011, we expanded our horizons by collaborating with leading Chinese medicine bodies in China. This led to the conduct of international medical qualification examinations in Canada. As a result, WCMAAC held three successful international qualification examinations in Toronto in 2012 and 2013. Hence, in 2013, we began focusing solely on Chinese Medicine and Acupuncture education through WCMAAC.
Celebrating Success and Setting the Record Straight
Since its inception, WCMAAC has seen students graduate through our partnership with universities in China, and saw students becoming licensed practitioners in Canada from passing the PAN-Canadian Examination held by CTCMPAO year after year. This makes us proud and provides validation about our rigorous academic and clinical practices. However, PCCB's allegations about us not admitting any students since 2019 refers only to vocational courses— Administrative Assistant, Computer Accounting, and Early Childhood Assistant—not our non-vocational courses in Chinese medicine and acupuncture.
Looking Ahead: Future of Chinese Medicine and Acupuncture Education in WCMAAC
With PCCB's lack of supervision in Traditional Chinese Medicine education, we realized that WCMAAC needn't operate as a private career college (PCC). We withdrew our appeal and decided to focus on offering high quality of Traditional Chinese Medicine and Acupuncture education, which does not require a PCC status. Our strong track-record stands as a testament of our commitment towards quality education.
Going forward, CCC continues to commit to providing the best quality of Traditional Chinese medicine and Acupuncture education through WCMAAC and endeavours to spread its benefits to the world.