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Archives for November 2010

Canada Cup of Curling begins Wednesday in Medicine Hat

The eighth edition of the Canada Cup of Curling gets underway on Wednesday, as the best Canadian men’s and women’s teams take to the ice at the Medicine Hat Arena for the first event in the Canadian Curling Association’s Season of Champions.

Ten men’s and 10 women’s teams will battle, not only for the $25,000 winner’s share, but also for berths into next year’s Canada Cup in Cranbrook and the 2012 World Financial Group Continental Cup, presented by Monsanto, in Langley, British Columbia. [Read more…]

First teams advance to 2011 BC Junior Curling Championships

The first weekend of BC regional curling playdowns took place this past weekend, with winners advancing to the 2011 BC Junior Men’s & Women’s Curling Championships, December 27-31, 2010 in North Vancouver. Three teams advanced in each category, and five more will be declared over the next two weeks.

Results: [Read more…]

New job postings with Curl BC

Curl BC is currently looking for applicants to fill the following two positions:

1. Adapted Outreach Program Assistant
2. Sport Development Coodrinator

Please review these postings on our classifieds page.

“Give us your best shot” photo contest

Curl BC wants to showcase you and your curling centre by inviting you to submit your own curling photos to the Curl BC office. All types of photos are welcomed and we encourage you to send in photos that demonstrate the diverse group of people that curling supports. Juniors to seniors, able-bodied to disabled, individuals to groups, on-ice to off-ice and rocks to rings. Photos will be posted in an online album found on Curl BC’s facebook page throughout the year. Winning photos will be used in additional “Give it your best shot” campaign materials or may be featured in other Curl BC publications. [Read more…]

Curling TV Schedules

Click the following links to view the schedules for televised curling this season.



January 22, 2011 – 6pm PST
Scotties BC Women’s Curling Championship presented by Best Western – Semi-final

January 23, 2011 – 2pm PST
Scotties BC Women’s Curling Championship presented by Best Western – Final

February 12, 2011 – 7:30pm PST
Canadian Direct Insurance BC  Men’s Curling Championship presented by Kal-Tire – Semi-final

February 13, 2011 – 3pm PST
Canadian Direct Insurance BC  Men’s Curling Championship presented by Kal-Tire – Final

Rea wins Coaching Association of Canada award

The winners of the 2010 Petro-Canada Coaching Excellence Awards were announced this week by the Coaching Association of Canada. Seven of the 43 outstanding coaches hail from British Columbia. The Province has a strong tradition of producing world class coaches and in turn, international success for BC’s athletes.

The awards recognize coaches who have helped their athletes achieve top results at recent World Championships and/or Olympic and Paralympic Games. The Coaching Association of Canada will present the awards tonight as part of the annual Petro-Canada Sport Leadership Conference, taking place this past week in Ottawa. [Read more…]

Good luck to BC teams at The Dominion Curling Club Championship

Good luck to both BC teams at The Dominion Curling Club Championship in Prince Edward Island’s Charlottetown and Cornwall Curling Clubs this week. 

The women’s team includes Cory McLaughlin, Danielle Callens, Crystal Murray and Corri Roberts, while the men’s team includes Stu Harris, Dean Lunn, Todd O’Dell and Bob Crocker. Both teams are from the Cloverdale Curling Club.

Competition begins tomorrow and finishes on the 28th. For more information, visit www.thedominioncurls.ca.

Prince Edward Island wins Canadian Mixed

Prince Edward Island, skipped by Robert Campbell of Charlottetown, captured the Canadian Mixed Curling Championship Saturday in Morris, defeating Manitoba in a squeaker, 4-3.

For Campbell, it was his second Mixed title, after winning the 1989 renewal in Brandon, coincidentally the last time Manitoba had hosted the championship.

Campbell becomes the seventh skip to win the Mixed twice, behind only three-time winner, Larry McGrath of Saskatchewan, but he’s the first skip to win Mixed titles so many years apart…21.

It was the first Canadian Mixed title for third Rebecca Jean MacPhee, second Robbie Doherty and lead Jackie Reid.

It was also Prince Edward Island’s third crown since The Mixed began in 1964 in Toronto. Skip Peter Gallant won his province’s first title in 1987. [Read more…]

Towns for tomorrow fund

The Province is now accepting applications from small communities across BC to access Towns for Tomorrow funding to help advance local infrastructure priorities. Many recreation and community development initiatives are supported through this process. For more information and to see if your project qualifies, visit the Towns for Tomorrow website.

Kingston to host the 2013 Scotties Tournament of Hearts

Kingston, Ontario – The 2013 Scotties Tournament of Hearts will be held in Ontario, for the ninth time in the event’s history. “It is a privilege to announce that the Canadian Curling Association is bringing this premier women’s sporting event to Kingston,” said Greg Stremlaw, CCA Chief Executive Officer. “We know that curlers and fans will enjoy the warm hospitality and generous spirit this community has to offer.”

 Kingston has not hosted a Canadian Curling Championship since 1957, when Alberta’s Matt Baldwin team won the Macdonald Brier. The last time Ontario won the Canadian Women’s title, was when Marilyn Bodogh skipped her team to victory for the second time, in 1996. In the history of the championship, which began in 1961, the province has won just 5 times. In addition to Bodogh, past champions include Heather Houston (another two-time winner) and Alison Goring. [Read more…]

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