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Take advantage of your group privileges

Thanks to an agreement with belairdirect, Curl BC members* and their families can benefit from an exclusive discount on their optional car and home insurance with belairdirect.

*Eligible for the program: athletes, coaches, team managers, officials, volunteers, alumni, employees and their families.


computer1. Get a quick quote for your car insurance in just 3 minutes at

calculator2. After obtaining your premium, enter “Curl BC” in the group discount box and recalculate to get your exclusive premium.

call centre3. Call belairdirect at 1-844-357-1970 to confirm your purchase!



houseFor home, condo or tenant insurance, call belairdirect at 1-844-357-1970 and mention you are a Curl BC member to get your exclusive premium. It’s that simple! In addition, ask your licensed insurance agent about our enhanced coverage!

Belairdirect also offers great rates on travel insurance. Get a travel quote here.

Offers may change without notice. Certain conditions, limitations, exclusions and eligibility requirements apply to all offers. Not everyone will qualify for a phone or online quote. belairdirect only offers home insurance, travel insurance and optional auto coverage in British Columbia. Visit for more details. Insurance products underwritten by Belair Insurance Company Inc. Services provided by belairdirect Agency Inc. ©2017 belairdirect Agency Inc. All rights reserved.

Campaign to save curling centres from TV rate hikes

Curling Canada has launched a wide-ranging campaign to lobby Canadian media companies to re-think a new fee structure they are introducing. [Read more…]

Curl BC announces 2017 award winners

The first BC junior men’s curling team to win gold at the national level since 2000 is among the athletes and volunteers who will be honoured at an awards ceremony in June. [Read more…]

Two membership options in 2017-18

Curling Canada has developed a program that has been designed to help clubs manage their registration, as well as collect league fees and deduct Curl BC and Curling Canada fees all at once. [Read more…]

Curlers given opportunity to pilot test new playdown system

Curlers hoping to compete in BC curling championships in the 2017-18 season will be part of a new playdown structure being piloted across the province. [Read more…]

Volunteers sought for 2018 Canadian Masters

The 2018 Canadian Masters Curling Championships are being staged at Peace Arch Curling Club and Cloverdale Curling Club – and volunteers are needed to help make the event a success [Read more…]

Business of Curling Symposium Itinerary

We are excited to announce that we have extended the deadline for people to sign up for the 2017 Business of Curling Symposium. [Read more…]

Registration open for 2017 Business of Curling Symposium

Registration is now open for the 2017 Business of Curling Symposium, which will take place from June 2-4, 2017, in beautiful Kelowna, BC. [Read more…]

Curl BC pledges to #ERASEbullying in sport

Curl BC has pledged to Erase Bullying in Sport.

Bullying is unwelcome or aggressive behaviour that involves a real or perceived power imbalance and can take many forms including physical, verbal, emotional or other types of intimidating or humiliating behaviours. The behaviour is often repeated and can occur on or away from the playing field, court or arena.

A sport environment in which participants – athletes, coaches, volunteers and officials – are exposed to negative experiences, such as bullying, can be harmful and cause individuals to quit, and viaSport and the Government of B.C. want to ensure participants at every level of sport are aware that bullying of any form cannot be tolerated.

To achieve this, Curl BC has joined with the rest of the BC sport sector to promote positive, respectful, engaging, accessible and inclusive environments for all participants, and to ensuring a safe, welcoming and positive sport culture and environment for all British Columbians.

To learn more about the campaign, and to join us in taking the pledge, visit

Team Morris win the 2017 belairdirect BC Men’s Curling Championship

Vernon’s Jim Cotter and Kelowna’s Rick Sawatsky will tie the BC record for most trips to the Brier with their team clinching the title in Abbotsford today. [Read more…]

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