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Board & Governance

Curl BC is governed by a Board comprised of at-large governors who serve for a three-year term. The Board is both elected by and accountable to the curling centres. The Board governs in a manner consistent with a policy governance model, focusing on strategic visionary leadership, policy-making, and collective decision-making. The Board oversees all Curl BC operational activities through the CEO who directly supervises Curl BC staff.

Organizational Chart
Board

Curl BC Board Executive

  • Neil Campbell, Chair
    Victoria
  • Keith Switzer, Vice Chair
    Vancouver
  • Michael Dudar, Vice Chair
    Duncan
  • Morgan Lypka, Governor
    Kimberley
  • Shaun Everest, Governor
    Kelowna
  • Terry Phillips, Governor
    Prince George
  • Andrew Benson, Governor
    Cranbrook
  • Brenda M’Clellan, Governor
    Salmon Arm
  • Brenda Sims, Governor
    Brackendale
Curl BC Policies

Board, general, and Safe Sport policies, which guide the governance and entire organization of Curl BC, are contained in the Curl BC Policy Registry.

Constitution and Bylaws

Constitution:

  1. The name of the society is Curl BC.
  2. The purposes of the society are:
    a. to promote and develop the game of curling as a recreational and competitive sport in the province of British Columbia;
    b. to provide technical, marketing and other relevant assistance to member curling facilities in order to promote the sport of curling generally;
    c. to arrange and conduct playdowns and championships for the purpose of determining provincial championship teams.

Bylaws

Board Meetings
Board Recruitment

If you are interested in a board member role at Curl BC, please review our Candidate Package.

Past Presidents

Click here to view our past presidents.

Get Involved

When you make a donation to the Curling for Life Endowment Fund you are supporting the long term viability of the sport in BC. You can also support one of several projects administered through the National Sport Trust Fund.

Endowment Fund BC Amateur Sport Fund