Fredericton to host 2017 Everest Canadian Senior Championships

Canada’s best senior-aged curlers are heading to one of the sport’s hotbeds, Fredericton, N.B., for the 2017 Everest Canadian Senior Men’s and Women’s Curling Championships, it was announced today by Curling Canada. The event, for curlers aged 50 and older, is scheduled for March 18 to 25 and will be played at two facilities: the…

Canadian teams chasing gold at World Mixed Doubles, Seniors in Sochi

Three Canadian curling teams will be looking to add to our country’s 2014-15 international medal haul beginning Saturday when the 2015 World Senior Men’s, Senior Women’s and Mixed Doubles Championships get underway in Sochi, Russia. The Canadian teams will be looking to extend one streak and end another in the season’s final international championship event.…

Jubilee – Club Series

Congratulations to Denis Robichaud, Rémi D’Amours, Jean Marchand and Claude Henry for their victory in the Jubilee (Men’s) club series event. They were victorious over team Fortier (Marco Fortier, Yoan Gagné, Brandon Boyer and Patrick Halley) in the final. The bronze medals were won by Martin Bégin, Charles Pellerin, Steve Russell and Luc Lalonde.

Yarmouth, N.S., to host 2017 Canadian Mixed Championship

In the wake of the successful Ford World Men’s Championship in Halifax, another major curling event is headed to Nova Scotia. The 2017 Canadian Mixed Curling Championship, the 54th renewal of the traditional two-man, two-woman national event, will be played Nov. 14-19, 2016, at the Mariners Centre in Yarmouth, N.S., it was announced today by…

Curling Canada C.A.P. program

Curling Canada recently announced the winners for the year 2014-15 Curling Assistance Program (CAP). The evaluation committee, composed of three assessors and the Director General of Curling Canada, evaluated the many nominations and two centers in the province each received funding of $ 8,000 to help them achieve significant improvements. This year the Baie d’Urfé…