When Lorne Boulter got the call to umpire at his first national curling championship this fall, he jumped at the chance. The New Brunswick club curler has decades of club curling experience and has an affinity with fellow curlers. He’s a Level 3 certified umpire. The 64-year-old is also battling colon cancer. “I’m not a […]
This past 2017-2018 curling season has been an incredible journey—and we couldn’t have done it without the backing of our Nova Scotia-based and Canada-wide curling family. Our season started with some exciting changes to our team lineup; Kristin Clarke and I asked Kaitlyn Jones to relocate from Saskatchewan to be our skip and we also […]
As the coach of our National Mixed Doubles Team, I am beyond thrilled to have been a part of history!
We couldn’t ask for better ambassadors for our sport or stronger role models for the next generation of curlers, than we have in our gold-medal winning Mixed Doubles curling athletes, Kaitlyn Lawes and John Morris.
The Men of Curling calendar is back, and the 15 athlete-models from five countries are doing their part to raise funds for a variety of charitable organizations—including the Curling Canada Foundation, which is a major benefactor of this initiative. “We are incredibly appreciative of the collaborative effort, driven by co-producers The Community Fundraiser and The […]
So much laughter—my earliest memories of curling include sharing countless laughs, jokes, and stories about daily adventures with my buddies at our local rink. And whether it was my parents always at the ready with a supportive smile and encouraging words, all the while taxiing us to and from the club, or the senior curlers […]