Updated Thursday, July 2nd, 2015

Craig Savill to Curl for Nova Scotia

Veteran Ottawa curler Craig Savill is taking advantage of new Curling Canada residency rules and joining a high-profile Nova Scotia team in hopes of qualifying for the 2016 Tim Hortons Brier in his home town. Full story...

Openings at RCMP next Season

RCMP Curling Club has openings for teams and individuals in the Monday night Men’s League. It runs for 21 weeks with play-offs in the spring. RCMP is known for its great ice and very social atmosphere. For more information contact Paul Adams at 613-749-7086.

Jennifer Jones Wedding

Jennifer Jones and Brent Laing tied the knot this summer






EJ is a Dad

Meet EJ Hardnen's new daughter, Brooklyn.

Mixed Doubles an Olympic Sport

Canadian curlers will have another chance to win Olympic gold, beginning with the 2018 Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang, South Korea. Read more...

New Cash League in Town

Navan Curling Club is starting an open Cash League Thursdays at 10 am starting October 15, 2015. Contact Luc Landriault at 613-830-1107.

Carleton Heights Summer League

Don Richardson has forwarded all the information about the Summer League, and September bonspiels.  And Art Miskew has sent the flyers for the Junior/Bantam Bonspiels at Carleton Heights and Rideau. See the details on the Bonspiel Page.

John Shea President of OCA

At the OCA general meeting, John Shea was elected Chairman of the Board of Directors. Also elected to the board was Ottawa's Doug Kreviazuk. Read more here...

All-Women's League at Huntley

Huntley is starting up a women's league on Tuesdays evenings from 5-7. Bantams and juniors are also welcome to join up. See the flyer or contact Stefanie Papineau at 613-836-3570.

Rule Changes at Curling Canada

The fields for both the Tim Hortons Brier and Scotties Tournament of Hearts will expand in 2018 in a pilot project, and curlers of all ages across Canada will now be eligible to compete in them. Full story...

Glenn Howard Carrying the Pan Am Torch

Warren Hansen Leaving Curling Canada

A man who devoted his career to building the sport of curling in Canada and around the world will be leaving Curling Canada after 42 years, Curling Canada announced today. Full story...

Scholarships from Curling Canada

The application process for the “For the Love of Curling” scholarships is now open to young curlers who will studying at a Canadian university or college. These scholarships were funded by generous donors and curlers from across Canada. Full story...

Ottawa Youth League

The Ottawa Youth Curling League, sponsored by Hogline Curlers Proshop had a great season, and is now accepting registrations for next season on their new website.