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Fundraising calendar benefits For The Love of Curling

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Curling’s newest fundraising calendar will provide a legacy to young athletes getting their start in the Roaring Game.

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CCA’s Greg Stremlaw earns Canadian Olympic Committee appointment


The Canadian Curling Association will have a more prominent voice within the Canadian Olympic movement.

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Curling plays major role in Year of Sport in Canada

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The Canadian Curling Association will play a significant role in the Year of Sport in Canada, it was announced today.

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Get ALL the scores on curling.ca!

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Canada’s most comprehensive curling website now has even more to offer fans.

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Curling coaching: Not just for the pros


Coaching and skills instruction can benefit more than just elite curlers, a trend the Alberta Rocks Curling Camp proved with great success recently when it welcomed over 60 adult recreational club curlers looking for instruction on how to improve their curling delivery, sweeping, strategy and mental game play.

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Wilfrid Laurier University to host 2015 CIS/CCA championships

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Canada’s best university curling teams will congregate in Kitchener-Waterloo, Ont., for the 2015 CIS/CCA Canadian University Curling Championships, it was announced jointly today by the Canadian Curling Association and Canadian Interuniversity Sport.

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CCA posts best-in-class scores in NSO audit

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The Canadian Curling Association is not only posting best-in-class results on the ice, it’s also doing it on the operational side.

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Everest named title sponsor of Canadian Senior Championships

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The Canadian Curling Association (CCA) today announced that Everest will be the title sponsor of the Canadian Senior Men’s and Women’s Curling Championships.

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Home Hardware to sponsor Canada Cup!

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One of curling’s most prestigious events will have a new title sponsor, it was announced today by the Canadian Curling Association.

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A fresh look for Curling.ca!

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Welcome to the new-look curling.ca!

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2015 Canadian Mixed Doubles Trials return to Ottawa


Canada’s best mixed doubles curling teams will return to the Ottawa Hunt and Golf Club for the 2015 Canadian Mixed Doubles Curling Trials, it was announced today by the Canadian Curling Association.

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Val Sweeting among recipients of Petro-Canada program grants

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Edmonton’s Val Sweeting, and Canadian Curling Association National Team Program coaching consultant Renée Sonnenberg of Grande Prairie, Alta., are among 50 athlete-and-coach pairings who will receive funding through the Petro-Canada Fuelling Athletes and Coaching Excellence program, it was announced today by the Canadian Curling Association.

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Canada’s Prouse and Lochanski named to WCF executive board


Two former Canadian Curling Association Board of Governors chairs will be part of the World Curling Federation’s executive board for the next two years.

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Former CLCA president Janet Merry passes away

Former Canadian Ladies Curling Association president and Canadian Curling Hall of Fame member Janet Merry has passed away. Merry, 85, passed peacefully on Aug. 17.

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New governors, new rules, new formats come out of CCA Annual Meeting

A productive five days of learning, discussions and meetings wrapped up with the election of two new members of the Canadian Curling Association Board of Governors, a new chair and vice-chair, new formats for the Canadian Senior and Mixed Curling Championships, and some tweaks to the Canadian rulebook.

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