There are enormous benefits to hosting a Curl BC event, including:
- Increased revenue for your club
- Training for your volunteers
- Chance to learn from top ice-makers (for televised events and when requested)
- Chance to invite community groups into your rink, such as school groups and politicians (to increase interest in the game)
- Helping to build club community spirit
- And lots of fun to be had!
Bids for 2016 were due in on June 1, 2014, but there are still 2016 events available. Bids for 2017 are due by June 1, 2015.
Matrix for Hosting Events
|Women’s||Cloverdale||Prince George||Golden Ears|
|Seniors||Trail||Comox Valley||Alberni Valley|
|Juvenile||Prince George||Mission (BCWG)||Cowichan Rocks|
|Mixed Doubles||North Shore||Golden Ears||Peace Arch|
Provincial championship documents
Bids to Host National and International Competitions
The Board of Curl BC has set the following policy in order to permit Curl BC to more fully represent the economic scope of curling in BC and thus better position the sport to receive additional government and corporate support. This policy will strengthen the economic ties between Curl BC and a potential host committee so that both organizations are motivated to produce as financially successful an event as possible.
a) To receive sanctioning from Curl BC, a potential host committee must make a request to Curl BC, outlining the year and the name of the national or international event they wish to host.
b) Curl BC’s Board of Governors will approve the sanction based on the understanding that the host committee, if awarded the event, agrees to pay a 15% sanction fee (of net post-event revenue) to Curl BC.
c) Once Curl BC has received confirmation in writing from the potential host committee agreeing to the sanction fee, Curl BC will provide the Canadian Curling Association with an official sanction letter.