Canadian Show Jumping Team Takes Second on Home Soil in Furusiyya FEI Nations’ Cup at CSIO 4* BC Open

Ottawa, ON, June 3, 2016 – The Canadian Show Jumping Team earned a second place finish on home soil in the $128,400 Furusiyya FEI Nations ....

Canadian Show Jumping Team Takes Sixth in Furusiyya FEI Nations’ Cup at CSIO 5* Rome

Ottawa, ON, May 27, 2016 – The Canadian Show Jumping Team took sixth place in the Furusiyya FEI Nations Cup™ presented by Longines on Ma....

Canadian Show Jumping Athletes Set for CSIO 5* Rome

Ottawa, ON, May 25, 2016 – Equine Canada is pleased to announce the jumping athletes who will compete for Canada at the CSIO 5* Rome, taki....

Equine Canada Introduces Under 25 Jumping Series

Ottawa, ON, May 19, 2016 – Equine Canada (EC) is pleased to announce the Under 25 (U25) Program for Jumping, which is set to launch in 201....

Canadian Show Jumping Team Ties for Second in CSIO 4* Coapexpan FEI Furusiyya Nations’ Cup™

Ottawa, ON, April 29, 2016 – The Canadian Show Jumping Team tied with the United States to take second place in the  $1,500,000 MXN C....

Canadian Show Jumping Team Set for CSIO 4* Coapexpan FEI Furusiyya Nations’ Cup™

Ottawa, ON, April 26, 2016 – Equine Canada is pleased to announce the Canadian Show Jumping Team representing Canada in the Furusiyya FEI ....

Canadian Junior Team Takes Sixth in Nations’ Cup at CSIO 4* Winter Equestrian Festival

Ottawa, ON, March 7, 2016 – The Canadian Junior Team took sixth place in the Hollow Creek Farm Junior Nations’ Cup, held March 5 during ....

Canadian Competitions Dominate Top Three Spots in NARG Top 25 Horse Shows of 2015

Ottawa, ON, March 3, 2016 – Canadian Show Jumping competitions dominated the top three spots in the North American Riders Group (NARG) Top....

Next Generation of Canada’s Show Jumping Stars Set for CSIO 4* Winter Equestrian Festival

Ottawa, ON, March 1, 2016 – Equine Canada has announced the Canadian Children and Junior riders set to compete in week eight of the CSIO 4....

Canadian Show Jumping Athletes Ready to Take On CSIO 4* Winter Equestrian Festival

Ottawa, ON, Feb. 29, 2016 – Equine Canada is pleased to announce the Canadian Show Jumping Team riders who will represent the maple leaf i....
 
 
Terms of Reference

Terms of Reference

Jump Canada is a committee of Equine Canada/Sport Division for the jumping discipline, including jumper, hunter, hack and hunter and jumper equitation.  For convenience and clarity, this document will refer to Jump Canada as a board, and to its subcommittees as committees.

Jump Canada is accountable to Equine Canada (EC) and all members of the hunter, jumper, equitation and hack communities for operating in a fiscally responsible manner, for running national programs for its constituents, and for the accomplishment of its goals, which shall be reviewed from time to time through a process of strategic planning. Jump Canada will conduct an annual review and evaluation of the board and its committees to ensure all members are fulfilling their assigned duties and responsibilities.

The Jump Canada Board shall:

  • manage and administer all aspects of the sport of show jumping in a businesslike manner on behalf of Equine Canada;
  • provide leadership and strategic direction by establishing policies and operational plans, and through liaison and consultation with the hunter/jumper community and with its own committees;
  • maintain productive working relationships with riders, owners, competition organizers, provincial equestrian bodies and all other key external groups;
  • provide opportunity for all committee chairs to review and coordinate projects and activities;
  • ensure the overall integration and coordination of all Jump Canada activities;
  • approve and/or recommend changes to committee programs and activities;
  • provide input and feedback, through the chair, on EC policies, programs and services; and
  • abide by Equine Canada Governance Policy documents, including
  • Board Meeting procedures;
  • Board Members Code of Conduct;
  • Board Members Conflict of Interest Guidelines;
  • Board Responsibilities; and
  • Code of Ethics.

 

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