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Playoff teams decided at 2019 BC U18 Curling Championships

The playoff teams have been decided and four teams are in the running to be crowned U18 curling champions of British Columbia. [Read more…]

Dedicated volunteers given Curling Canada honours

A passionate ambassador for the sport of curling in the province and a dedicated group of volunteers have been recognized by Curling Canada. [Read more…]

Rockslide Waiver

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HP Program Registration

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Level 1 Officiating Workshop- Quesnel

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Notice of Curl BC’s Annual General Meeting

Curl BC is pleased to announce the 2018 Curl BC Annual General Meeting.

Date: Sunday June 17th, 2018

Professional Development session: 9:00am to 12:00pm
Annual General Meeting: 1:00pm to 2:00pm

Location: Fortius Sport & Health 3713 Kensington Avenue, Burnaby

Registration for the 2018 Curl BC AGM can be completed here. If you will be voting for your club at the AGM and you are not your club’s president, please have the president sign 2018 Curl BC AGM Vote Designation form and return the signed form via email to lshannon@curlbc.ca by June 17, 2018, at 1pm.

Curl BC will be offering professional development sessions on Sunday morning from 9am to 12pm prior to the AGM. We have received requests to cover topics such as the new national membership system, Curling I/O, as well as Enhancing Club Safety.

The 2018 Curl BC Annual Awards Banquet will take place on Saturday June 16th, 2018 at Fortius Sport & Health.

For more information on any of these events, please contact Lindsay Shannon at lshannon@curlbc.ca

Wheels in the House at Langley Curling Centre

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Come Discover Wheelchair Curling in Langley – March 27, 2018

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Team Tardi advances to World Junior semi-final vs. U.S.

Tyler Tardi and his Langley-based team has advanced to the semi-finals of the World Junior Curling Championships in Aberdeen, Scotland, where the B.C. and Canadian champions will meet the United States. [Read more…]

James Cameron

James “Gordie” Cameron, Past President, PCCA, 1991

Gordie’s journey began December 20th, 1940 when he was born in Quesnel, BC to Donald and Gladys Cameron. After graduating from Quesnel High School, Gordie married Donna Dutz and moved to the lower mainland. There he attended British Columbia Institute of Technology where he graduated and became a BCLS.

He was a very busy man. From fishing to skiing, from softball to curling, Gordie was very active with family, friends and his community. When not with family and friends he could be found helping out with Rotary, Curling (PCCA) or BCLS events. Even in his final years, he would not hesitate to stop and talk to anyone and everyone.

A Celebration of Life is Planned for Gordie on March 17 @ 1pm at Langley Golf and Banquet Centre.

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