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Eva Havaris Resigns as Chief Executive Officer of Equestrian Canada

Equestrian Canada (EC) regrets to announce that Eva Havaris has resigned from her role as EC Chief Executive Officer, effective Sept. 28, 2017. Following a long period of reflection and transitional discussions with the EC Board of Directors, Havaris made…

Equine Canada Becomes Equestrian Canada

On July 14, 2016, Equine Canada officially transitioned to a new and exciting brand, including a new logo and the new name Equestrian Canada (EC). Marking a true milestone in the history of EC, the national governing body for equestrian…

(From left to right) Richard Mongeau, FEQ; Al Patterson, Equine Canada; Pam Coburn, OEF (back); Sonia Dantu, AEF; Deanna Phelan, NBEA; Lisa Laycock, HCBC (kneeling); Heather Myrer, NSEF; Geri Sweet, MHC; Jess Anstey NEA, (back); Eva Havaris, Equine Canada; Vibeke Coates, YEA; Shirley Brodsky, SHF (back); Eva Thouvenot, Equine Canada; Mike Arbour, Equine Canada (kneeling)

Equine Canada and Provincial/Territorial Partners Conclude National Two-Day Workshop

On Nov. 24–25, 2014, Equine Canada’s Chief Executive Officer, Eva Havaris led a productive, two-day national strategic workshop in partnership with P/TSO equestrian organization representatives. The group focused its discussions around clearly identifying challenges and opportunities to building a stronger…

2015 Year of Sport

On October 16th, the Harper Government proclaimed 2015 as the Year of Sport in Canada. This is an historic and wonderful announcement that underscores and celebrates the key role that sport plays in Canada. “Equine Canada joins the Canadian sport…

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More on Canada’s Winning 2018 WEG Bid

Today, members of the Bromont Bid Committee, along with Equine Canada President, Al Patterson and CEO, Eva Havaris, are extremely pleased to announce that the Fédération Equestre Internationale (FEI) Bureau has unanimously awarded the 2018 FEI World Equestrian Games™ to…

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…

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