Applications are now open for individuals interested in volunteering on one of the Equestrian Canada (EC) operational committees that will have vacancies starting in 2021.About EC Operational CommitteesEC operational committees provide strategic guidance and counsel to EC management to develop specified areas of interest as they relate to EC’s vision, mission and core values. The operational committees work in close collaboration with each other and EC management to deliver their mandates.Specific responsibilities of the committees include:Advising management of annual operational priorities, strategies and performance targets.Monitoring, analyzing and responding to key issues that affect the equestrian industry.Providing input and feedback to management concerning policies, programs, rules, regulations and/or services related its development and advocacy functions.Supporting management in dealing with emerging issues.Providing strategic counsel to EC staff liaisons on matters concerning equine sport and industry, and EC’s related programs and services.Nominating representatives to various EC committees as required.The completion of required Safe Sport orientation and training.Technological literacy and the ability to use, understand and access various online platforms for information access, communication and collaboration.Operational committee members are appointed by the EC CEO based on recommendations from the relevant operational committee. Appointment consideration is given to diversity, including without limitation, national/international knowledge and experience in the equine industry, as well as gender, regional, technical and linguistic balance.How to ApplyTo apply, please submit a resume and letter of interest highlighting relevant competencies to the EC staff person assigned to the committee of your interest as indicated below.The application deadline is Jan. 31, 2021. The applicant’s full name, EC Sport Licence number and/or PTSO number must be included in the application.The EC operational committees seeking to fill vacancies with terms starting April 1, 2021, are as follows:Dressage: Three (3) VacanciesEC Staff Person: Christine Peters, EC Senior Manager, Dressage Olympic/Paralympic Program ([email protected])Skills Desired: High performance; development coaching; show organization experience (national and international); officials.Driving: One (1) VacancyEC Staff Person: Anna Johnson, EC Manager, High Performance ([email protected])Skills Desired: Working knowledge of EC Rules for driving; high performance driver, coach/instructor and/or official; good communication and organization; para-driving experience or strong interest in developing para-driving programs.Eventing: One (1) VacancyEC Staff Person: Fleur Tipton, EC Manager, Eventing ([email protected])Skills Desired: Experience with athlete development pathways or coaching/coaching development.Health & Welfare: Two (2) VacanciesEC Staff Person: Kristy Laroche, EC Manager, Welfare and Industry ([email protected])Skills Desired: Animal welfare scientist or researcher; trainer; equitation scientist; competition organizer; grassroots competitor; breeder.Jumping: Two (2) VacanciesEC Staff Person: Karen Hendry-Ouellette, EC Manager – Jumping ([email protected])Skills Desired: Hunter/jumper industry experience; EC Rules knowledge; financial and business acumen; good collaboration, communication, critical thinking and execution; integrity; skill set diversity.National Breed Sports: Two (2) Vacancies*EC Staff Person: Kristy Laroche, EC Manager, Welfare and Industry ([email protected])Skills Desired: Competitor, owner, breeder, trainer or competition organizer in Morgan Horse or Arabian/Half-Arabian breed sports.*Must be a member of one of the following organizations: Canadian Morgan Horse Association; Canadian Arabian Horse Registry.National Rules: Three (3) VacanciesEC Staff Person: Rachel Huebert, EC Manager Technical Development ([email protected] )Skills Desired: Technical sport rule knowledge; commitment to equity, diversity and inclusivity; equine welfare knowledge; familiarity with equestrian sport disciplines; competitions review/alignment experience.National Stewards: One (1) VacancyEC Staff Person: Rachel Huebert, EC Manager Technical Development ([email protected])Skills Desired: Officials education, recruitment and long-term development; equine welfare knowledge.Para-Dressage: Three (3) VacanciesEC Staff Person: Christine Peters, EC Senior Manager, Dressage Olympic/Paralympic Program ([email protected])Skills Desired: High performance; development coaching; show organization experience (national and international); officials; physiotherapy; impairment knowledge.The application deadline is Jan. 31, 2021. Appointed committee members will commence their terms on April 1, 2021.For further information on committee operational policy, including details on term length, please view the EC Operational Committee Manual.For questions, please contact the EC staff person assigned to the committee of your interest. 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The Ministry of Health would like to advise the public that as at 12am on 27th May, 2020: Oct 16, 2020 A suspected person is someone who meets the case definition as outlined by WHO and CARPHA – and is experiencing symptoms.A person in quarantine is an individual on island who may have come in proximity to suspected or confirmed cases – and have not exhibited symptoms. The Ministry of Health takes this opportunity to remind the public to continue following the advice and guidelines from the ministry. Persons are also reminded of offenses committed under section 27 of the Emergency Powers (COVID-19) (nO.4) Regulations 2020 in regard to false Statements/information. You do not have to be the originator of the statement/information in order to be charged under the law. Six Eastern Caribbean countries deemed safe for travel – CDC Oct 16, 2020 Please note the following definitions: More deaths from COVID-19 recorded in CARICOM countries,… CMO says Saint Lucia at critical stage of COVID-19 outbreak There continues to be no new positive cases recorded. Confirmed positive cases currently stand at twelve (12); with the total number of recoveries from covid-19 at ten (10), and the TCI continues to record one covid-19 death. For more information, please visit the Ministry of Health website, www.gov.tc/moh/coronavirus; email: [email protected]; or call our hotline numbers, (649) 232-9444 and (649) 333-0911, if you or someone you know has symptoms or signs of COVID-19. Share this:PrintTwitterFacebookLinkedInLike this:Like Loading… Let’s continue to reduce the risk by: 1. Washing our hands for 20secs or more 2. Practicing social distancing 3. Prepare your home, office and other surroundings by following the advice of the Ministry of Health and other credible health agencies. St. Lucia records more cases of COVID The number of persons in quarantine/observation has increased to 25. This includes: A suspected case (1), contacts of suspected cases (10), and travellers (14) – Seven (7) of the travellers are currently being quarantined at a non-medical facility, and are not sick. Persons under observation/quarantine, that are not confirmed or suspected cases, are either not displaying symptoms or have not met the case definition. The increase in quarantine/observation numbers is as a result of travellers into the tci who have been added to quarantine/observation status. To date, a total of 663 individuals have been released from quarantine/observation status. You may be interested in… Oct 15, 2020 The Turks and Caicos has experienced little change in its covid-19 position since the previous update. No new positive or negative results have been received over the past 24hrs. To date, the TCI has received a total of one hundred and twenty-nine (129) test results, with one hundred and seventeen (117) confirmed to be negative and twelve (12) positive confirmations. Persons confirmed not to have COVID-19, and their contacts, were moved from quarantined status and asked to continue following proper guidelines from the Ministry of Health. Oct 15, 2020 Suspected cases have remain at two (2). Both cases are TCI residents experiencing relevant symptoms without a history of contact with confirmed cases. One suspected case passed away. Current suspected cases have met the WHO case definition for a suspected case of COVID-19. Samples have been collected and sent for testing. COVID-19 Update Turks and CaicosThe Ministry of Health would like to advise the public that as at 12am on 18th May, 2020: No changes have occurred in the Turks and Caicos’ covid-19 position since the previous update. Confirmed positive cases remain at twelve (12); with the total number of recoveries from covid-19 at ten (10),…May 19, 2020In “General”Turks and Caicos Islands COVID-19 Update April 19The Ministry of Health would like to advise the public that as at 12am on 19th April, 2020: THE TURKS & CAICOS CONTINUES TO RECORD ONE COVID-19 DEATH. THE TOTAL NUMBER OF CONFIRMED POSITIVE CASES REMAINS AT ELEVEN (11). Two confirmed positive cases are currently under hospital care. HOWEVER, A PATIENT FROM…April 19, 2020In “General”COVID-19 Update Turks and Caicos IslandsThe Ministry of Health would like to advise the public that as at 12am on 14th May, 2020: The Turks and Caicos has seen no change in its COVID 19 position over the ast 24 hours. No new confirmed cases have been recorded. Confirmed positive cases currently stand at twelve (12);…May 15, 2020In “General”Share this on WhatsApp