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Home ice favourite and Comox rinks deliver at BC Winter Games

Bryan Yamada’s gold-medal victory in curling at the BC Winter Games was a popular one as the home-ice favourite delivered fans at the Kamloops Curling Centre the win during the provincial competition. [Read more…]

Repeat winners rule at seniors in Duncan and Enderby

Repeat winners ruled the week at the 2018 BC Senior Men’s and Women’s Curling Championships. [Read more…]

Board seeks individuals to be candidates for Governor at Large positions

The Curl BC Board is inviting individuals to apply to be candidates for the Governors-at-Large positions on the 10-person board.

At the 2018 Curl BC AGM, planned for June, members will elect two Governors-at-Large for two-year terms.

Chair Paul Addison said: “We are seeking individuals who are willing to help Curl BC ensure that curling is an integral part of the lifestyle, culture and heritage of British Columbia.”

Links to an overview of Curl BC and the role of the Board and its Governors is included below as is a skills inventory and self-assessment to help provide a sense of both the role as Governor of Curl BC and the skills being sought in Governors. Also included is a generalized schedule and activities to provide you with the time expectation for a Governor and a framework to help guide you through the steps of the election process.

Addison continued: “Our objective in distributing this package is to solicit as many candidates as possible from which the membership can elect those who will govern our organization.

“We hope you will consider standing for office and look forward to your enhanced involvement with Curl BC. The deadline for submission of your candidacy to the Board and the completed self-assessment and narrative overview is April 13, 2018.”

Anyone who wants to run for a Governor at Large position after that deadline who has not already put their name forward to the board must be supported by three curling centres.

If you are interested in pursuing this volunteer opportunity and require further information, please contact Terry Vandale, Past Chair at tvandale@telus.net or Paul Addison, Chair, at pauladdison@shaw.ca.

More information:

BC curlers given more opportunities to qualify for championships

Curlers hoping to compete in BC curling championships next season will have more opportunities to qualify thanks to an enhanced playdown structure. [Read more…]

U16 curlers head to BC Winter Games

Sixteen U16 curling teams are heading to ‘Canada’s Tournament Capital’ as Kamloops plays host to the BC Winter Games. [Read more…]

Masters curling championships have biggest field ever

A field of 20 masters curling teams are preparing for the provincial championships – the largest field in the event’s history. [Read more…]

Tell us about your curling heroes!

The curling heroes in your community can get star treatment at a Curl BC Awards Banquet this summer. [Read more…]

Senior competition gets underway in Enderby and Duncan

Competition will be fierce among the 50+ age group when play gets underway at the 2018 BC Senior Curling Championships. [Read more…]

Championship rosters expand after Mixed and Mixed Doubles playdowns

Rosters have started to fill up for the 2018 AMJ Campbell BC Mixed Curling Championship and the 2018 BC Mixed Doubles Curling Championship. [Read more…]

Win tickets by filling out the national club survey

Curling Canada is urging BC curling centres to help them gather information about the national curling landscape. [Read more…]

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