The 2010 Canadian Mixed will be hosted by the Burlington Golf & Country Club in Burlington, Ontario, November 14-21, 2009.
Beginning with the 2004-2005 season, The Mixed was no longer part of curling’s televised Season of Champions, and as such, its annual championship was moved to November of the previous year.
The 2008 Canadian Mixed was held in Calgary and won by Alberta’s Dean Ross, a leading ninth time for the province since the championship began in 1964 in Toronto. Ontario has won the Mixed twice, in 1986 by skip Dave Van Dine in Kamloops and by skip John Epping at the 2006 renewal in Whitehorse.
The 2009 Canadian Mixed was held in Iqaluit, Nunavut, marking the first time a national sport championship has been staged in the Territory.
For more information, please contact:
Director, Championship Services and Curling Club Development
Canadian Curling Association
(613) 834-2076 x116