Canadian Company
of Pilgrims

Supports Canadians interested in the pilgrimage
to Santiago de Compostela, Spain

Credenciales and Badges

The credencial is available to members of CCoP who are walking, cycling or riding (horseback) the Camino. It is not only your proof that you are a pilgrim, but it allows you entry to the albergues along …

The Camino

The Camino de Santiago, aka The Way of St. James, refers to the pilgrimage routes to the shrine of the apostle St. James the Great in the Cathedral of Santiago de Compostela.

Events

Information about Camino events happening across Canada.  Local events include things like St. James Day Walks, Annual Pilgrim Gatherings, weekly walks and monthly coffee get-togethers.

Membership Benefits

A Membership with Canadian Company of Pilgrims (CCoP) is open to anyone who has walked a pilgrimage to Santiago de Compostela, Spain, or has an interest in, or curiosity about, such a journey. Membership includes some significant benefits.

For example, our Benefits Committee has been working with Trip Merchant, one of our existing partners, to design a 17-day Portuguese Camino experience for our members. The trip follows the spectacular route north from Porto to Santiago de Compostela. It includes hotels (with breakfast), airport transfers, options to transfer your pack between accommodations, and some extras like a CCoP credencial and shell, guided visit to a winery and a farewell dinner. For further information please go to the members benefits section of the website.

Who are the Canadian Company of Pilgrims?

The Canadian Company of Pilgrims (CCoP) is a non-denominational volunteer-run association that supports Canadians interested in the pilgrimage to Santiago de Compostela, Spain. We share the Canadian representation with l’Association québécoise des pèlerins et amis du Chemin de Saint-Jacques.

The CCoP provides information and generates awareness and interest in the Camino to Santiago de Compostela through a network of chapters across Canada and its website and Facebook page. Local Chapters provide a forum for the exchange of information about the Camino and also offer practical training and information sessions to the interested and to prospective pilgrims. The Company also issues Credencials (pilgrim passports) which are recognized by the pilgrimage authorities in Santiago.

Members of CCoP

Keep the Camino Alive Funds Raised

The Length of the Camino Francés (km)

CCoP Chapters in Canada