|Dressage Canada Committee Announces New 2009 Directors||| Print ||
November 10, 2008 — Election results are in for the 2009 Dressage Canada Committee, with the election generating voter turnout from across the country.
Dressage Canada Nominations Committee received five nominees for the two open positions on the 2009 Dressage Canada Committee. Dressage Canada welcomes Lisa Hossack-Scott and Kim Goodyear to the Committee. These individuals will take office as of January 1, 2009.
Come and meet these new directors that you, the membership, have elected at the Dressage Canada Reception being held 5:30 p.m. – 8:00 p.m. Thursday, November 13 at the Royal Winter Fair in Toronto.
The 2009 Dressage Canada Committee is
Dressage Canada is governed by a Committee of seven persons, six elected-at-large by its membership and one athlete representative elected by their peers. Elections are held on a yearly basis.
About Dressage Canada
Dressage Canada, as a committee of Equine Canada, is the National governing body for Dressage in Canada. Dressage Canada's objective is to foster the growth of Dressage and the pursuit of excellence in the sport at the local, national and international levels. Dressage Canada provides support and guidance to both amateur and professional through the following programs: coaching education and programs, officials’ education and programs, rules & qualifying criteria, sport development, publications & awards. For more information about Dressage Canada, please visit the Dressage section of the Equine Canada site.
About Equine Canada
Equine Canada is a member-based association that represents, promotes and services Canada's equine community and industry. Its core areas of activity involve sport, equine health and welfare, education and safety, governance and marketing, representation and communication. Equine Canada is recognized by Sport Canada, Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada, the International Equestrian Federation (FEI), the Canadian Olympic Committee and Canadian Coaching Association of Canada as the national organization representing equestrian sport and equine interests in Canada. For more information about Equine Canada, please visit equinecanada.ca.