“The Ontario Curling Council and Northern Ontario Curling Association are joining forces to provide greater support for curling in anticipation of an exciting season ahead. We are hiring a Competitions and Development Coordinator. If you are organized, self-motivated, and passionate about promoting the growth of our favourite sport – we’d love to hear from you.” Learn more about this opportunity and how to apply HERE.
The Ontario Curling Council is pleased to announce the 10 teams who will be supported through our Next Gen Program for the 2021-2022 Season. Tier 1: Four Teams will be supported in this Tier. These teams will be supported specifically through our Ontario High Performance Sport Initiative (OHPSI) partnership with the Canadian Sport Institute of Ontario. The OCC appreciates the ongoing support of the CSIO and our HP Programming. One female “Adult” team from either NOCA or CurlON region: TEAM INGLIS One male
The Ontario Curling Council held its Annual General Meeting on June 28th and a subsequent board meeting for elections for the 2021-2022 season. Gerry Sundwall (CurlON elected Councillor) was elected to the position of Chair (one year term). David Blair (Independent Councillor) was elected to the position of Secretary/Treasurer (one year term). Kevin Goheen was elected to the Council as an Independent Councillor for a (three year term). Laura Forget assumed an NOCA elected position. Heather Houston was re-elected to a NOCA position. Our Council for
The Ontario Curling Council (OCC) is the Provincial Sport Organization for amateur curling in Ontario. The OCC works collaboratively with its members CurlON and the Northern Ontario Curling Association to deliver programs, services and competitions for recreational and competitive curlers throughout the province. The Ontario Curling Council (Board of Directors) is seeking nominations for one Independent Councillor Position, for a three-year term. The Independent Councillor will be elected by the current Councillors who
The Ontario Curling Council is pleased to announce the teams/athletes it will support through its “Return to Training” Next Gen Program for 2020-2021. The Next Gen Program for 2020-2021 was undersubscribed, so we are pleased to be able to announce that all eligible teams who applied will be supported in some fashion. Meet the Teams Tier 1 Teams Team Croisier – Female U18/U20 team from NOCA region Team Salari – Female U18/U20 team from CurlON region Team Burgess – Male U18/U20 team from NOCA region Team
The Ontario Curling Council is now accepting applications for it’s 2020-2021 Next Gen “Return to Training” Program. This year’s program will focus on supporting teams with their training, so that when we are able to return to competition, we are ready. Program Scope The Ontario Curling Council will support ten (10) teams and four (4) individuals in their training efforts for the 2020-2021 season. Teams/Athletes should only apply if they are actively training this season. Tier 1: Six Teams will be supported at a rate