News: Horse Canada

Choosing the Right Farm Liability Insurance is Crucial

Choosing the Right Farm Liability Insurance is Crucial

Horse breeders and stable owners should be mindful of the insurance policy and liability insurance that they have. A recent decision on the case Terry Burch et al., vs. Intact Insurance et al., highlights the need to inform brokers of read more

Saddle Up for Fun at Toronto Horse Day!

Thousands of horse lovers of all ages are expected to come together at the Horse Palace at Exhibition Place on Saturday, June 7 from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. for Toronto Horse Day, a celebration of all things equestrian. This read more

4-H on Parade at Calgary Stampede

Canada’s largest 4-H event will take place at the Calgary Stampede this weekend from Friday, May 30th to Sunday, June 1st at Stampede Park. More than 600 4-H members will participate in this year’s event, representing more than 40 clubs read more


Equine Canada Announces New Chief Executive Officer

The  Equine Canada Board of Directors has announced the appointment of Eva Havaris as the new CEO, effective June 9, 2014. Following a thorough search process, the Board chose Havaris for her strong fit with Equine Canada’s strategic plan One read more

Eva Havaris, new Equine Canada CEO.

OVC’s 2014 Externship Project

Each summer, Ontario Veterinary College DVM students entering their fourth year of studies must complete an eight-week externship course in a mixed (companion and food animal or companion and equine) practice. This year, five students will share their experiences through read more


Equine Guelph Launches Senior Horse Challenge

Home of several popular online healthcare tools, Equine Guelph is pleased to announce its latest development, the Senior Horse Challenge. With the medical and research advances of today, horses are living longer lives! These are not the only reasons that read more

Alex Atamanenko Disappointed by Bill C-571 Vote

Alex Atamanenko, MP (BC Southern Interior) issued the following statement in Ottawa regarding parliament’s defeat last night of his Bill C-571 through which he hoped to overhaul the horsemeat industry in the interests of food safety: “I am very dismayed read more

Bill C-571 is Voted Down in House of Commons

Private member’s bill C-571, which sought to amend the Meat Inspection Act and the Safe Food for Canadians Act, was defeated in the House of Commons May 14th, with 102 votes in favour and 155 against. Introduced by NDP MP read more

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