Six men’s and six women’s teams will be part of the Canadian Curling Association’s National Team Program (NTP), it was announced today.
One of curling’s best all-around athletes, and a member of the Canadian Curling Hall of Fame, has passed away.
Former Canadian Curling Association president Dr. Maurice Campbell has passed away at the age of 94 in Trois-Rivières, Que.
Longtime curling volunteer Jack Bowman has been named winner of the 2014 Canadian Curling Association Award of Achievement, it was announced today.
Boucherville, Que., will play host to the Canadian Wheelchair Curling Championship for the second straight year, it was announced today by the Canadian Curling Association.
“Weird curling destination, eh?” says Dustin Mikush, a 14-year-old curler from Wadena, Sask., who recently travelled to Tempe, Ariz., to try out the ice at the local Coyotes Curling Club.
Canada’s Olympic and Paralympic gold-medallists have been taking part in the Celebration of Excellence Tour this week in Ottawa and Calgary.
Four members of Canada’s gold-medal winning Olympic curling teams will be participating in the inaugural Swing & Sweep Golf Tournament, it was announced today by the Canadian Curling Association.
Canada’s best and brightest curling minds will gather in Niagara Falls, Ont., in August for the first Canadian Curling Association Summit.
Thanks to the incredible support of the curling community, “For the Love of Curling” scholarships are now available for young elite curlers.
The classes start the same way every time in these schools: the kids enter the gym, chatting and rambunctious, like any other group of eight-year-olds, but then they notice what is about to happen. Something different.
It’s a gold medal repeat for Canadian men at the 2014 World Senior Curling Championships as Wayne Tallon capped off a perfect week, finishing on the top of the podium at the Ice Bowl in Dumfries, Scotland, on Wednesday morning.
Both Wayne Tallon and Colleen Pinkney have qualified for Wednesday’s semifinals at the 2014 World Senior Curling Championships in Dumfries, Scotland. Pinkney earned her spot by virtue of her first-place finish in pool play with an undefeated record, but Tallon had to win a tense quarter-final battle over home team Scotland to advance.