Purchase or Renew Membership

Becoming a Member for the First Time

OR

  • You can join by printing off the membership form and mailing or faxing to our office with a cheque, money order or credit card information. 

2018 Membership Form

 

 

Membership Renewals

OR 

  • You can also renew by printing off the membership form and mailing or faxing to our office with a cheque, money order or credit card information. 

2018 Membership Form

 

Need help logging into the website? 

New Members: Please note - if you are a NEW member you must first "Sign Up" under the "Me" menu to create your account, Then walk through the membership purchase steps. 

If you already have trouble logging into your account, or if you've forgotten your password, you can gain access to your secure online account by following the instructions below. You may want to print instructions for later reference.

  • Go to  www.nbea.ca
  • Click 'Me' >> 'Login' >> Then click on the blue Login Help link.
  • Enter your personal information along with your password request.
  • An email will be sent to this address which contains further instructions to reset password.

  •   Once the password reset process is done, click it / and log in.

  •   Click on 'Me' Followed by Renew Membership, which will take you through a step by step walk through of available options. 

 

 

 Note for ALL memberships

• Because the NBEA receives a government grant, it has to collect data on each member. This information is used to measure regional trends in our sport. Please note that the name of our members as well as personal information is not shared with any government department or representative

• Membership includes membership fees to Equestrian Canada. Equestrian Canada will receive a contribution from all provincial members. The revenue generated will be used for programs that benefit all Canadian horse enthusiasts and since the majority of revenues will come from members' non-sports "programs will be funded primarily those offered to this group. For more information, visit Equestrian Canada.