Qualifying Process Unveiled for 2017 Tim Hortons Roar of the Rings

Curling Canada has announced that an expanded field for the final step of qualifying for the 2018 Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang, South Korea, will be part of Canada’s bid for an unprecedented repeat as Olympic men’s and women’s curling gold-medallists.
 The Tim Hortons Roar of the Rings, scheduled for Dec. 2-10,... read story

Champions Greeted by Piper Hilda Towerzey; A CurlManitoba Tradition

When Piper Hilda Towerzey greeted Lois Fowler’s World Senior Women’s Champions at the Winnipeg Airport on Monday, April 27, in CurlManitoba’s traditional greeting for returning world and Canadian champions, it continued a tradition which began over four decades ago for Towerzey.            
The piper, a member of the Manitoba Pipes & Drums, first assisted in the airport ceremony to greet a returning Don Duguid champion team. She believes she has greeted every returning Canadian and World Champion team since.
At first, she was... read story

Ottawa, Summerside to Host 2017 Tim Hortons Roar of the Rings, Road to the Roar

The road for Canada’s bid to become the first country to repeat as men’s and women’s Olympic curling gold-medallists will go through Ottawa and Summerside, P.E.I., it has been announced by Curling Canada.  Ottawa’s Canadian Tire Centre will play host to the 2017 Tim Hortons Roar of the Rings from Dec. 2-10, while the final qualifying tournament for that event, the Road to... read story

CEO departing Curling Canada

Greg Stremlaw, Curling Canada’s Chief Executive Officer, is departing the organization to pursue other executive... read story

Gold Medal for Fowler's Team Canada at World Seniors

**SATURDAY SUMMARY: Lois Fowler and her Brandon team (Maureen Bonar, Cathy Gauthier, Allyson Stewart) have won the World... read story