Author Archives: Danielle Inglis

Author Archives: Danielle Inglis

Career Opportunity: Curling Manager, Westmount Golf & Country Club

August 16, 2019

WESTMOUNT GOLF & COUNTRY CLUB A Glorious Past. A Proud Heritage. A New Beginning. Westmount Golf & Country Club offers a world-class experience in the heart of Kitchener-Waterloo. Our staff is what truly makes Westmount Golf & Country Club a premier private club. All our staff are dedicated to providing exemplary service for our members and their guests. In order to be a premier private club, we require skilled and motivated staff. We are seeking a highly motivated Curling Manager, reporting to our General Manager, to join our team! The Curling Manager will be responsible for the day to day ...

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Career Opportunity: Curling Club Manager, Lloydminster Curling Club

August 9, 2019

Home to about 275 curling club members, the Lloydminster Curling Club Inc. (LCC) is a registered non-profit organization that is to provide curling leagues, events, etc. and to promote the growth of curling in Lloydminster and surrounding area. The LCC has recently taken all curling operations from the City of Lloydminster and is looking to hire a curling club manager to promote the sport and to be the face of the curling club on a day to day basis during the curling season. Curling ice will be available approximately October 3, 2019 and will be removed by March 31, 2020. ...

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Career Opportunity: Curling Professional, Toronto Cricket Skating and Curling Club

June 3, 2019

The Toronto Cricket Skating and Curling Club is currently recruiting for a Curling Professional who will manage Curling, Lawn Bowling, Croquet and all the related day-to-day operations of these activities. They will continue to develop programs for these activities in conjunction with the Curling and Lawn Bowling Committees. An Overview of the Key Duties and Responsibilities  • Development and maintenance of programing for Curling, Lawn Bowling and Croquet • Manages registration process; organizing and scheduling member leagues • Develop and implement professional lessons and clinics for members and guests of the Club • Plans and coordinates special events for members ...

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Career Opportunity: Associate Head Coach, Varsity Blues Curling

May 30, 2019

The University of Toronto is seeking a candidate to fill the position of Associate Head Coach for the Varsity Blues Curling program. Reporting to the Assistant Manager of Intercollegiate Blue & White and Club Sports and working collaboratively with the Curling Head Coach, the Curling Associate Head Coach’s key roles and responsibilities include: – Serving as head coach of the women’s curling team: performing all coaching duties consistent with the performance of a successful intercollegiate sport program, including student-athlete recruitment, team selection, personnel management (Assistant coaches, team manager, etc.), team and individual goal setting, technical preparation, practice planning and preparation, ...

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ONTARIO TEAMS SECURING TOP SPOTS AT WHEELCHAIR CHAMPIONSHIP

April 27, 2019

Day two of the 2019 Canadian Wheelchair Curling Championship saw the Ontario-based teams rise to the top of the standings.

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Saskatchewan curlers pay tribute to Humboldt Broncos

January 23, 2019

PRINCE ALBERT, SASK. — Though Rylan Kleiter’s team, representing Saskatchewan, is deep into the competition at the 2019 New Holland Canadian Juniors, the four men keep everything in perspective.

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Alberta wins tiebreaker at New Holland Juniors

January 23, 2019

The tiebreaker between Alberta’s Desmond Young and Ontario’s Sam Steep at the 2019 New Holland Canadian Juniors had it all – circus shots, nerves, and, in the end, celebration by the Albertans. Young, along with third Dustin Mikush, second Jacob Libbus, lead Gabriel Dyck and coach Bernie Panich, punched their ticket to the championship round with a 5-4 win over Ontario.

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Tardi cruises through first round at New Holland Juniors

January 22, 2019

The defending champions, skipped by British Columbia’s Tyler Tardi, have been making it look effortless at the 2019 New Holland Canadian Junior Curling Championships in Prince Albert, Saskatchewan.

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Strong performance from scholarship recipients at Canadian Juniors

January 22, 2019

The For the Love of Curling (FTLOC) scholarship recipients are coming on strong at the 2019 New Holland Canadian Junior Curling Championships in Prince Albert, Saskatchewan. Eighteen past and present awardees are vying for the top prize in junior curling this week, and they have certainly stepped up to the task.

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It’s all in the family for Manitoba’s Zacharias clan

January 22, 2019

It’s not often you get the chance to compete at the national level with not just one but two of your family members.

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Smith brings Canada Winter Games experience to the New Holland Juniors

January 21, 2019

Fifth time’s a charm? Tyler Smith from Prince Edward Island hopes it could be at the 2019 New Holland Canadian Juniors in Prince Albert, Saskatchewan.

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Young Nova Scotia team makes waves in Prince Albert

January 21, 2019

With age comes experience, but despite their youth, Graeme Weagle’s Nova Scotia-based squad is putting on an impressive performance at the 2019 New Holland Canadian Juniors.

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Ontario’s Daly plays with heart at New Holland Juniors

January 21, 2019

A life-threatening disease won’t be stopping Calissa Daly as she competes at the 2019 New Holland Canadian Juniors.

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Host team building experience at New Holland Juniors

January 20, 2019

It’s all about the experience for Skylar Ackerman’s Saskatchewan-based squad at the 2019 New Holland Canadian Juniors – an incredible opportunity that only comes around once in a blue moon.

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Quebec women have their eyes on the prize at the New Holland Juniors

January 20, 2019

Just when you think that everything is rolling along according to plan, sometimes life throws a curveball. This is exactly what happened to the Quebec women’s team on the first day of competition when coach Michel St-Georges unexpectedly had to have emergency surgery for a detached retina.

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