Sue Bundy Named EC Business Development Officer

Equestrian Canada (EC) is stepping up to tackle the implications of the 2024 Federal Finances on Canadian equestrian sport. As a single of Canada’s 66 National Sport Companies (NSOs), EC acknowledges the significance of the budget’s effect on the Canadian activity landscape, as outlined in latest studies and advocacy attempts spearheaded by the Canadian Olympic Committee (COC).

Even though the 2024 Federal Finances features modest investments in activity, it falls shorter of the sizeable funding maximize necessary to absolutely guidance NSOs throughout the place. EC echoes the COC’s recognition of small-expression commitments made but emphasizes the ongoing want for sustained funding to supply the detailed activity procedure Canadians count on and should have.

In reaction to these difficulties, EC is delighted to announce the appointment of Sue Bundy as its new Business enterprise Growth Officer. With substantial working experience in sponsorship and advertising that includes tenures at the Royal Agricultural Winter Fair and BMO Monetary Team, Bundy has labored with distinguished Canadian equestrians and businesses in the course of her job. As a committed member of the group, she is uniquely positioned to direct EC’s efforts in getting important monetary assistance important for the organization’s strategic growth and operational sustainability.

“Sue Bundy’s appointment marks a sizeable move ahead in our motivation to securing the foreseeable future of equestrian sport in Canada,” reported Meg Krueger, CEO of Equestrian Canada. “As we navigate these hard money periods, Sue’s experience and passion will be priceless in forging new partnerships and earnings streams necessary for supporting our athletes and advancing our mission.”


In her position, Bundy will target on building and primary income improvement initiatives, cultivating interactions with sponsors, donors, and foundations, and making opportunities for equally new and present partners to lead meaningfully to EC’s eyesight.

Her appointment will come

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Amazon Flex Drivers In Atlanta Sue E-Commerce Giant For At Least $400M After Customer Shot Them | News

A lawsuit against Amazon demands accountability from the e-commerce giant and justice for two of its Amazon Flex drivers who were shot in Atlanta while making deliveries.

Civil rights attorney Ben Crump and co-counsel Hilliard Martinez Gonzales announced that they filed a lawsuit Wednesday (March 23) on behalf of the injured drivers, Eduardo Gutierrez and Lawyer Denson, who is now paralyzed.

According to the lawsuit, among other things, Amazon failed to provide company-branded materials, such as safety vests with Amazon’s logo, to the independent drivers that would identify them as Amazon workers. It seeks at least $400 million in damages.

“These two men were seriously injured while working for Amazon, one of the largest and wealthiest businesses in the world. Amazon has a moral obligation to do more to protect its employees,” Crump stated. contacted Amazon, but the company did not comment directly on the lawsuit.

Spokewoman Kelly Nantel said, “We’re aware of this terrible incident, and express our deepest sympathies to the two drivers involved. In addition, we offer our support to them both and to law enforcement as they investigate these crimes.”

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On  Jan. 13 at about 7 p.m., Gutierrez delivered a package to Keontae Guthridge’s residence in Northwest Atlanta, the lawsuit states. Guthridge allegedly fired five times at Gutierrez as he walked back to his vehicle. Four bullets struck the car and one hit his stomach.

Later that evening, Denson delivered packages to the same address, according to the lawsuit. Guthridge allegedly fired at him, hitting the driver’s spinal cord. Paramedics transported him to Grady Memorial Hospital.

Both men survived their

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