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Affiliation & Reporting

If you have questions about submitting affiliation, PAI (Personal Accident Insurance), or Visitor Reports contact Kim Dennis at  or 333-3619.

Affiliation Fees

2021-22 Affiliation fees are $20 per individual, coach, or official

  • The $20 fee includes:
    • Personal Accident Insurance for individuals listed in the affiliation reports
    • Curl BC Fees
    • Curling Canada Fees
  • Any individual that participates in curling programming (leagues, learn to curl, etc) that are 4 (+) weeks in length will be charged affiliation fees for the current season.
  • Any coach or official not participating at a Member Facility as a curler will be charged the annual affiliation fee.
  • U13 individuals will NOT be charged, only included in the report totals
    • Anyone born on, or after, January 1, 2009

Curl BC will use Curling I/O to consolodate all Member Facility affiliation information for the 2021-22 season.

Interested in getting your club going with online registration? Curling I/O is a registration system designed by Curling Canada and will make registration and reporting more streamlined. Click here to find out more. 

Get Started Here


Affiliation Report Information

Reporting Period

For the 2021-22 season there will be 3 reporting and invoice periods.


  • Report due November 15th, 2021
    • Includes all individuals who register and pay the Member Facility on or before November 15th.
  • Curl BC will invoice each Member Facility based on the report information submitted through the November Report link.
  • ALL affiliation reports will be submitted through the link provided. We will NOT accept printed/mailed affiliation reports.
  • Payment deadline is November 3oth, 2021


  • Report due January 15th, 2022
    • Includes all individuals who register and pay the Member Facility AFTER the November 15th reporting deadline.
  • Curl BC will invoice each Member Facility based on the information provided in the January Report Submission.
  • Payment deadline January 31st, 2022


  •  Report due March 15th, 2022
    • Includes all individuals who register and pay the Member Facility AFTER the January 15th reporting deadline.
  • Curl BC will invoice each Member Facility based on the information provided in the March Report Submission.
  • Payment deadline March 31, 2022

Required Individual Information

The following data is to be collected and reported to Curl BC by all Member Facilities:

  • First Name
  • Last Name
  • Date of Birth (yyyy/mm/dd)
  • Gender
  • Email
  • Phone
  • Address
    • City
    • Unit
  • Province
  • Country
  • Postal Code
  • Club

Report Template

Member Facilities Template: Click Here

  • RED text indicates REQUIRED information
  • Grey text indicates additional information that can be collected by Member Facilities that use Curling I/O


Affiliation Submission

Summary Form

The Membership reporting form is used to summarize the affiliation data provided by the Member Facility. The summary data will be used to create the invoice for the current reporting period.

  • Member Facility Name
  • U13 Curlers- Born on or after January 1, 2009
  • Paid Elsewhere
  • Regular Curlers for Affiliation
  • Membership file- upload an EXCEL file
    • PDF files will not be accepted

Submission Links


  • Information about special olympic individuals will be included with diversity, equity, and inclusion data collection this upcoming season.
  • Any Member Facilities using the Personal Accident Insurance for individual vistors/groups will follow the process outlined in the Member Facility Visitor Data & Reports section below.
  • DO NOT include the individuals visiting your facility 3 times or less in the affiliation report this season.
Member Facility Visitor Data & Reports

Curl BC Member Facilities are to report individual and group visits on an annual basis.

This includes:

  • Corporate Rental Groups
  • Private Rental Groups (birthday party, friends, family gathering)
  • School Groups (Elementary/High School/College & University)
    • This includes individual class or school visits (example: field trips)
    • This does not include leagues or programs being offered for these groups. If you have an elementary school league, these curlers will be included in your affiliation reports.
  • New Immigrant Groups
  • Underrepresented Groups
  • Tourist Groups (organized by a tourist group)

Visitor Report Form:

Member Facilities may report their visitor groups here

  • This form will collect information for each individual visitor group for your club.
  • Indicate if an invoice from Curl BC for Personal Accident Insurance Policy is required.
    • Curl BC can invoice monthly, bi-monthly, or annually.

Please contact Kim Dennis at or 604-333-3619 if you have any questions about the affiliation fees, reporting deadlines, or membership reporting requirements.

Visitor Personal Accident Insurace Coverage

Member Facilities may include Personal Accident Insurance to their visitor groups by charging $1 per individual.

Visitors include:

  • Anyone who curls 3 times or less during a curling season.
  • Any individual NOT included in your submitted affiliation report.

Procedures for including visitors as part of the Personal Accident Insurance Policy:

  • Member Facilities must maintain a visitor list at their centre including:
    • Full name, phone number, and email of the individual being covered by the policy
    • It is recommended that each visitor sign a waiver form, prior to participating in on-ice activities. 
  • Member Facilities must submit their “visitor” list at a minimum annually.
    • Final visitor lists are to be submitted by April 15th
    • Visitor lists may be submitted on a monthly, bi-monthly, or annual basis
    • Curl BC will invoice Member Facilities using this policy on a monthly, bi-monthly, or annual basis, based upon the agreement with the Member Facility.



Personal Accident Insurance

Personal Accident Insurance

All individuals who are members of Curl BC affiliated centres are covered through the Personal Accident Insurance program.

Anyone who curls more than three (3) times per season at an affiliated Curl BC facility must be included in the membership list submitted to Curl BC, which will be used to verify if a curler has coverage in the event of an accident.

Broadly speaking, the policy is intended to provide coverage for injury that occurs as a result of participation in the sport of curling only. If each facility pursued this type of insurance individually, it is estimated it would cost BC curling centres over $50,000 (over twice as much).

Some key features of the policy include up to $15,000 for Accident Reimbursement Expenses, $5,000 for Dental Costs and $3,000 for Fracture Indemnity. 

Click here to download the policy document. 

Click here for the accident report form for making a claim.

Send the accident claim to

Any questions about the policy should be directed to Kim Dennis at or Lisa Fedorkey at

It is important to note that this is not a legal liability policy, which is intended to protect your business from liability arising from negligence that may cause injury to others. This policy is intended to be for the benefit of the individual club member who has suffered an injury as a result of participating in the sport of curling. It does not require there to be any negligence in order to trigger coverage. For information on liability coverage, visit:

Curling centres in BC can get property and liability insurance through the The National Curling Centre Insurance Program, a separate policy.

belairdirect home and auto insurance

Curlers who are members of curling centres that are affiliated with Curl BC have access to deals through Curl BC sponsor belairdirect.