Updated Saturday, March 24th, 2018

Canadian Seniors

The 2018 Everest Canadian Senior Championships start Saturday in Stratford. Bryan Cochrane of Russell is representing Ontario and Ted Butler of Buckingham is representing Quebec. Live coverage begins here on Saturday at 9:30 am.

Elsewhere This Weekend

Locally, the Hogline Curlers Proshop Little Rock Championship takes place in Manotick on Saturday. See the draw here.
The Curl ON Silver Tankard qualifier 1 is at North Grenville on Saturday. Draw
The Curl ON BrokerLink Mixed Challenge Round is Saturday in Brighton. Draw
OFSAA Curling Championships are in Fort Frances this week, finishing on Saturday.
Curl4Canada gets underway in Leduc, AB on Saturday and includes:
the University Championships,
the Canadian Collegiate Championships,
the Canadian Wheelchair Championship and the Canadian Mixed Doubles Championship, starting March 28th. Read all the details here.

Arnprior Celebrating 150th

Arnprior Curling Club is rock'n in its 150th Anniversary with a 32-team bonspiel on arena ice, April 19-22. They are busy planning the transformation of Arnprior Nick Smith arena into 4 pristine curling sheets. And...they’re having a beer garden, off ice games and a dance. The draws are filling up fast with teams travelling from Burlington, Aurora, Ottawa and the Valley, but there are still a few spaces. See the bonspiel page to register or email bonspiels.acc@gmail.com. Registration closes Friday March 30th.

U15 Challenge Cup

Curling Canada and the Ontario Curling Council are holding a new event in 3 locations in Ontario: St Catharines, Barrie and the RA Centre in Ottawa on Easter weekend. Each location is limited to 16 teams. See the poster here for more details and how to register. They are looking for more teams to sign up.

Try Curling at Huntley

Try Curling Free at Huntley Curling Club on Sunday April 15th between 1 and 5 pm. To register, or for more information, go to the Huntley Curling Club website, scroll to the bottom of the page.

Brier Bid Kingston 2020

The 2020 Brier will be awarded by Curling Canada this Fall. Kingston has announced their pursuit of the 2020 Brier and is currently developing a bid. They are looking for community support to help strengthen their bid for the 2020 Brier. Check out the website here.


Macdonald Paterson Roy

Congratulations to Maureen Broder of Granite, with Louise Lafleur, Helene Hall and Lisa Tapper, pictured above, on winning the LCA Macdonald Trophy at Granite on Friday morning. Runner up was Diane Beauchamp of City View. Susan Greig of the RA won the Paterson Trophy and Sandy Mazzotta of the Hunt Club won the Roy. The draw is here.

Team Tracker

To find out who is playing with whom next season, and who are free agents, check out the CurlingGeek's Team Tracker: men, and women

Women's World Championship

At the 2018 Ford World Women's Curling Championship in North Bay, Canada finished in first place. Quarterfinals are at 9 am, and semi-finals at 2 pm and 7 pm. The full TV schedule is here. See the latest media release here...

Men's City of Ottawa Bonspiel

Congratulations to Steve Allen, Ritchie Gillan, Rick Allen, Kevin Rathwell of Ottawa Curling Club on winning the Grand Aggregate of the Alexander Keith's City of Ottawa Bonspiel. Runner up was Wayne Beamish of Granite. Bruce Delaney of Navy won the Seniors and Gerald Fallu of Carleton Heights won the Senators. The draw is posted on their website and the list of winning teams is here.

Mixed Doubles League

Phil Letendre is organizing a city-wide Mixed Doubles league for next season, where individual club membership isn’t required. The league would run on weekends from October to March or April with playoffs at the end. Anyone interested please fill out this survey at  www.OttawaMixedDoubles.com.
If you have any questions, email: OttawaMixedDoubles@gmail.com