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Travel Policies

As the weather becomes colder, many members start to plan their winter escape to warmer destinations. For our clients, that trip may also include travelling with their horses. This product was initially created due to inquiries and concerns over the limitations often found in standard everyday travel insurance.  In response, we designed a customized out-of-province […]


Alberta Bits Christmas Gift Guide

Holiday gifts for every equestrian on your list. For Her:   Twisted X Serape Fringe Driving Moccasins Serape is on-trend and these cute, yet functional, shoes will be a definite hit under the tree. ($179.99) Lammles Boss Mare Hoodie Sassy, yet funny? We love this hoodie, and we bet the boss of your house will […]


Did You Know…

There are many optional insurance coverages that are available as an add-on to your basic AEF Membership.   While the basic AEF Membership does include $5,000,000 personal liability coverage and $30,000 AD&D coverage, there may be other situations that arise where an optional insurance may have provided you with the coverage you needed in the event […]


Help shape farm and ranch labour legislation

Albertans are being encouraged to provide input on how provincial labour laws could apply to farms and ranches. In May 2016, six technical working groups began developing recommendations on how employment standards, labour relations, and occupational health and safety requirements could be applied to meet the unique needs of the agriculture industry. The technical working […]


Notice Regarding 2017 Equestrian Canada National Awards

The Equestrian Canada (EC) National Awards are presented annually to celebrate the impressive achievements of individuals, equines and organizations who have contributed to the growth and success of the equestrian community. The awards are presented during the EC Convention and Award Gala. 2017 EC Awards Reception The EC National Award recipients for 2016 will be […]


EIA National Working Group Report

  The report below outlines the work of the EIA National Program Working Group through the Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) and outlines their recommendations for the development of a future EIA disease control program in Canada. Implementation details including zone location, which movements will require mandatory testing, permitting, and enforcement will be developed during the […]