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Generous donors make scholarships possible!

Thanks to the generosity of Canadian curlers who bought "Got Gold" T-shirts, 10 scholarships are now available (CCA Photo)

Thanks to the incredible support of the curling community, "For the Love of Curling" scholarships are now available for young elite curlers.

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Guest Blogger on new Capital One Rocks & Rings Commercial: Kaitlyn Lawes!

It has been an exciting start to the curling season for our team this year. We have done lots of traveling already, and I am so thankful that one of my stops allowed me to have the opportunity

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CCA launches Season of Champions Rewards Program

The Canadian Curling Association (CCA) today unveiled an innovative and unique Season of Champions Rewards Program, which will provide subscribers with an array of consumer benefits and services.

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Inside the NTP: Elaine Dagg-Jackson’s Trip to Sochi, Russia

Many of my friends have been asking me if there is any chance that Russia will be unable to complete the venues in time to host the 2014 Winter Olympics

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Pebbles to Boulders: ‘Not Often Thought Of’ Key to Success

I have been asked numerous times, “What makes a successful Little Rock Program?” There are many factors to creating a successful program such as instruction, social events, program variety, volunteers, communication, fun and ‘organization’.

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Inside the NTP: National Wheelchair Curling Program

In April, about a month after the Olympic/Paralympic Games, Olympic and Paralympic athletes and coaches were invited to Ottawa to be recognized for their successes in Parliament and to celebrate with each other in Montreal at a parade and Gala! It was a terrific end to a great year in curling!

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Pebbles to Boulders: Where to Find the Support?

You have got this great idea that you want to create a Little Rock program at your curling club. Not just a one-time fun spiel involving the kids and their families, but a full fledged 20 week program to encourage in curling the 6 years of age and up sector of our community.

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