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Richmond International Wheelchair Cash Bonspiel

The Richmond Centre for Disabilities International Wheelchair Cash Bonspiel  at the Richmond Curling Club, December 9 – 13, 2008, is host to teams from Great Britain and Team Canada, BC and Alberta. The registration form is available Registration Form – Deadline November 17, 2008. Come see how we play!

Brodie Special O Team Wins Bronze Medal at Nationals

Special Olympics Curling Promotes Fun, Camaraderie, and Sense of Adventure
by Debbie McKeown

“Quebec, prepare to be Nathan-ized!!!” Standing in an endless airport line after the long trip from Victoria, volunteer coach Barry Loney and his team of Special Olympics curlers erupted into laughter at this pronouncement from the team’s exuberant skip Nathan Bodie. [Read more…]

Have-A-Go Day Abbotsford CC – W/C curling!

Have-A-Go October 6th 7:30 Abbotsford Curling Club 
This event is open everyone of all ages. Come and try this outstanding sport for fun and new friends.

Catch Wheelchair Curling on Shaw tonight

Shaw TV visited the Victoria Curling Club to tape Corinne Jensen and her group of wheelchair curlers during a Trial Opportunity held on Sunday September 28th. Darryl Neighbour (National Team Skip) and Gary Cormack (Gold Medal Olympian) instructed a group of new curlers.  Shaw TV (Vancouver Island) will air the tape on Channel 11 tonight and tomorrow night at 6pm. Don’t miss it!

CCA Survey – Curling Clubs provide valuable input

 The Canadian Curling Association and the Provincial/Territorial curling associations are working together to develop a plan for programs and services that will support the long-term health of the sport of curling at the national, provincial and club levels. Click Here to take survey [Read more…]

Ice King in Receivership

Ice King (maker of power ice scrapers and a blade sharpener) is now in receivership and many Canadian curling clubs have their blades in the Ice King shop awaiting sharpening for use in the 2008-2009 season. 


Curl BC Member Facilities should contact Mr. Bob Hillier of Capital Asset Management

Bob can be reached at:

e-mail – capitalassetmanagement@hotmail.com or by fax at 613-440-0734


Clubs will be asked to provide as much evidence as possible as to the ownership of the blades including :

a) delivery receipts to Ice King,  and

b) registration numbers or club name/logo on the blades themselves.

You will be contacted by Capital Asset Management directly.


Other Companies that sharpen blades:










Abby Hosts Wheelchair Curling League.

Visit Abby News. com to read the recent article supporting, in conjunction with BC Wheelchair Sports, a trial opportunity to Have-A-Go at wheelchair curling October 6, at 7:30 pm.

Olson’s Two on Two Bonspiel a Success!

Olson’s Two on Two bonspiel in Osoyoos Sept 5-7, 2008 was very successful in it’s second year! Next year’s is planned for Sept 11- 13, 2009. More information can be found on the Wheelchair Program website page here.

Port Moody Curling Club Renovations Completed!

The Port Moody Curling Club is proud to be fully back in the new Pacific Coast Terminals Curling Centre, located in the Port Moody Recreation Complex. After two years of construction, [Read more…]

World Mixed Doubles Championships

World Mixed Doubles to Cortina D’Ampezzo, Italy
PERTH, Scotland — The World Curling Federation (WCF) has confirmed Cortina D’Ampezzo, Italy, as the host city for the 2009 World Mixed Doubles Curling Championship.

The championship, scheduled for April 18-26, will be the second-ever WMDCC ever held, following the inaugural 2008 championship at Vierumaki, Finland in February. The 2008 World Mixed Doubles Championship was captured by Switzerland (Irene Schori and Toni
Müller) which defeated host Finland (Anne Malmi and Jussi
Uusipaavalniemi) by a 5-4 score in the final. Sweden earned bronze, while Norway and Canada rounded out the top five.

“The World Curling Federation is delighted to bring the second World Mixed Doubles Curling Championship to Cortina D’Ampezzo,” said Les Harrison, WCF president.

“The first World Mixed Doubles was a spectacular display of pure shotmaking and high-scoring action. We saw traditional curling powers struggle against emerging nations who have taken to this new curling discipline with vigour and enthusiasm. This show will be something for Cortina to remember.”

The inaugural WMDCC was visited by IOC Member Peter Tallberg, who spoke favourably of the new discipline.

The 2009 World Mixed Doubles will precede the 2010 World Men’s Curling Championship, which will also he held in Cortina. This will mark the first World Men’s Championship ever hosted by Italy.

The 2008 World Mixed Doubles featured 24 teams (pairs). Depending upon the number of member association entries, the dates of the 2009 World Mixed Doubles in Cortina D’Ampezzo may adjust slightly. Entries are due in November, 2008.

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George Karrys
Media Relations Officer
World Curling Federation
+1 905 997 3348

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