About Curling Canada

The primary area of administration and the most financially consuming of Curling Canada’s responsibilities are championships.  On an annual basis, Curling Canada sanctions and conducts nine national curling championship events. Approximately 15,000 competitive curlers from all provinces and territories enter play at the curling club level with the hopes of becoming one of the Canadian champions crowned annually.

Curling Canada also provides a broad array of programs and services to its Member Associations (MAs).  The philosophy of Curling Canada is to develop resources and services nationally and deliver them provincially/territorially.  This means that Curling Canada incurs the cost of resource development (based upon MA and area-specific expert input) and rely largely, on MAs to provide the delivery of these resources to their member clubs and curlers in those clubs.

Another active division of Curling Canada is development.  It primarily involves a series of programs aimed at retaining curlers and developing programs and materials to recruit new ones.  It is through the development programs that direct contact is maintained with approximately 1,050 affiliated curling clubs, 14 provincial/territorial associations, 12 affiliate member and regional development centers and over 1 million Canadians who play the sport each year.

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