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…

Curling Canada announces 2015 recipients of Curling Assistance Program funding

Fourteen curling clubs from across Canada put in successful applications to access funds from Curling Canada’s Curling Assistance Program (CAP), it was announced today. The CAP was put in place to help grow the sport of curling through programs at the community level, as well as contribute to capital projects at curling clubs to keep…

Competition Coach Development course in FRENCH

FOR THE FIRST TIME IN QUEBEC Competition Coach Development course IN FRENCH  (old Level 3) The Canadian Curling Association is happy to announce its first Competition Coach Development course in French. Competition Coach Development replaces the Level 3 in the old program. This program is taken care by the Canadian Curling Association, with the help…

Provincial champions – Scotties & Tankard 2015

Team Mann (Lauren Mann, Amélie Blais, Brittany O’Rourke & Anne-Marie Filteau) will represent Quebec at the 2015 Canadian Championship presented in Moose Jaw (Sask) February 14-22. On the Men’s side, our defending champs, team Ménard (Jean-Michel Ménard, Martin Crête, Éric Sylvain & Philippe Ménard) will face off against Canada’s best teams at the Brier, held…

2015 M&M Meat Shops Canadian Juniors begin Saturday in Corner Brook, N.L.

CORNER BROOK, N.L. — One of the most talent-laden and experienced fields in the history of the event will open play Saturday in Corner Brook, N.L., in the 2015 M&M Meat Shops Canadian Junior Men’s and Women’s Curling Championships. Both defending champion skips will be in the field (2014 world junior women’s champion Kelsey Rocque…

CCA, Rocks & Rings extend partnership

CCA, Rocks & Rings extend partnership The highly successful Rocks & Rings program, which introduces young curlers to the Roaring Game in a school setting, is moving ahead for another four years thanks to an extended partnership with the Canadian Curling Association. The newly rebranded CCA Rocks & Rings is building off a record 2013-14…