2024 CSCA National Championships

Dan McDonald & Warren Johnson, representing Winnipeg’s St. Vital Curling Club and Nancy Sheppard & Caroline Watt from the Brighton & District Curling Club inOntario are the 2024 gold medalists in the National 2-person Stick Championships. The event wrapped up Sunday, April 21, at Toronto’s Leaside Curling Club. Johnson & McDonald won the Open Division with a … Read more

2024 AGM Meeting – April 17

The Annual General Meeting (AGM) of the Canadian Stick Curling Association (CSCA) will be held on April 17, 2024 at 4:30 p.m. at the Leaside Curling Club in Toronto.  The AGM coincides with the National Stick Curling Championships to ensure that as many stick curlers as possible are able to attend. All participants of the … Read more

Kelowna Stick Curling Bonspiel

The Kelowna Curling Club in Kelowna, BC is hosting a one of a kind Summer 2-Person Stick Bonspiel on July 1, 2024 (Canada Day) and we are hoping to get the word out to all interested stick curlers. Kelowna is a very popular summer destination for many so if anyone is planning on coming our way for … Read more

THINK ABOUT HEAD PROTECTION

Three different types of head protection were on display in a recent stick-league game at Winnipeg’s Fort Rouge CC. Norm Magnusson, Manitoba Stick Curling Association’s Chief Clinician, always opens an introductory stick curling session with an emphasis on safety, including a recommendation that “curlers of a certain age” should be thinking about head protection. He … Read more

2024 CSCA Championships – Entries Open

Entries for 2024 Canadian Stick Championships, Leaside CC – Toronto Teams interested in entering the 2024 Canadian 2-person Stick Curling Championships, hosted by CurlON, will find the details about the event at the CurlON website, including host hotel information and a link to register: https://curl-on.ca/2-stick-nationals/. The maximum number of entries which can be accommodated is again a … Read more

No Tick Rule – Stick Curling

CSCA STATEMENT RE: NO-TICK RULE In response to a number of inquiries, the CSCA Provincial Representatives & Executive Committee have considered the question of whether or not the centre-line no-tick rule should be implemented in 2-person stick curling. The decision has been reached to accept the recommendation of the Rules Committee NOT to implement the … Read more

Rule Changes & Updates – 2023-2024

The Canadian Stick Curling Association Rules Committee and Provincial Representatives have approved a number of rules changes and updates to the CSCA Rules & Interpretation Guide.   These changes have been published on the CSCA website (canadianstickcurling.ca) in a re-formatted rules document which comprises CSCA Rules and Interpretation Guide along with Curling Canada and World … Read more

CSCA to Publish quarterly newsletter

The Canadian Stick Curling Association has published the first of a planned quarterly newsletter. The newsletter will be published in both English and French in September-October, January-February, March-April and June-July timeframes. The national newsletter will attempt to provide current information as well as a direct connection to invite input from the curlers in 2-person stick curling leagues … Read more

Grande Prairie, AB to Host 2025 Championships

Canadian Stick Curling Association (CSCA) Chair Sherril Minns has confirmed that Grande Prairie, Alberta will be the site of the Canadian 2-person Open and Women’s curling championships in 2025. “The amenities of the 8-sheet Grande Prairie Curling Centre as well as extensive experience in hosting provincial and Tour championship curling events make this an ideal … Read more

New CSCA Executive

Sherril Minns was elected Chair of the CSCA’s Executive Committee in a May 12 meeting. She succeeds Randy Olson of St. Albert, AB whose two-year term as a Director concluded in Nanaimo. He had served as Chair for both years but, for personal reasons, did not seek re-election. In the recent AGM, Jean Lamere of … Read more

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