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Tentative 2023 BC Championship schedule updated; host sites still available

April 29, 2022

Based on feedback from our members, member associations across the nation, and Curling Canada, Curl BC has amended its tentative schedule for the 2022-23 BC championship season. Please the updated dates below and provide us with feedback if you spot any issues for a category you participate in.

Category Event Date
Women Women’s Qualifier December 2-4th or 9th-11th
Men Men’s Qualifier December 2-4th or 9th -11th
Canada Winter Games Mixed Doubles Qualifier BC Championship December 1st-4th or 8th-11th
U18 BC Championships December 27th-31st
Women BC Championship January 10-15th
Men BC Championship January 10-15th
BC Winter Games Zone Qualifiers January 20-22nd
U21 BC Championships January 24th-29th
Mixed Doubles BC Championship February 8-12th
Women’s and Open Stick BC Championship February 17th-19th
Masters BC Championships February 21-26
Mixed BC Championship February 28-March 5th
Seniors Provincial Championship March 14-19th
BC Winter Games Multi-Sport Games March 23-26th
Club Championships BC Championship March 28th-April 2nd

In addition, Curl BC is looking for host committees and host sites for four of the 2023 BC championships we have planned for next season, this includes the U18, U21, senior and master’s championship categories. If you would like your club to host one of the four championships currently available, please have your club manager or board of directors contact Scott Braley (sbraley@curlbc.ca) or Will Sutton (wsutton@curlbc.ca) about one of these championships today

Thanks to all of the clubs and centres who have submitted bids to date. There are enormous benefits to hosting a Curl BC event, including:

  • Increased revenue for your club from various local and provincial sources.
  • Training for your volunteers and/or staff with regard to officiating, livestreaming and beyond.
  • Opportunities to learn from Curl BC ice technicians on how to create championship ice conditions
  • Opportunities to invite and introduce community groups to the benefits of your facilities, such as school classes and politicians (with an objective to increase interest in the game or your facility)
  • Helping to build club community spirit and culture
  • Increased revenue for the club through food and beverage sales
  • Increased economic impact in the overall host community
  • A fun experience for all involved