Club Development

Safe Sport Program for Clubs Webinars

The Ontario Curling Council, in partnership with its members – CurlON and Northern Ontario Curling Association (NOCA) will be offering webinars on the topic of “Safe Sport for Clubs.” Registered participants who attend the webinar can expect to learn about: Legal requirements for your Curling Centre to implement Rowan’s Law Safe Sport Best Practices for the prevention of Abuse, Discrimination and Harassment There are four webinars scheduled, they are FREE and available only to CurlON and NOCA Member Affiliated clubs. October 2, 2019 at 11

Coach Refresher Clinic

Join us on November 17, 2018 – 9:00-4:00 pm at the St. Catharines Golf and Country Club for a Coach Refresher Clinic. This is a Coach Refresher Clinic for coaches who are previously Certified or Trained NCCP coaches. Coaches will expect to learn: Current delivery techniques and drills Current brushing techniques and drills Current teaching methodologies Membership recruitment strategies Adult Learn to Curl weekly curriculum Certified Coaches will receive three (3) professional development credits towards their NCCP Maintenance of Certification. Coaches are responsible for their own lunch costs

Ontario Curling Council seeking Host Clubs for Ontario 150 Celebration – The Great Ontario Bonspiel

The Ontario Curling Council has received a Celebration Grant as part of the Ontario 150 Program!  Our grant will be used to celebrate the rich history, past successes and joy of curling in Ontario!  We’re seeking 20 clubs to partner with and host an Ontario 150 Themed one-day bonspiel on November 18, 2017.  Join us and our Member Associations (Curl On and Northern Ontario Curling Association) as a host club for the “Great Ontario Bonspiel” and be part of this

OCC, Curl ON and NOCA endorse New Charitable Tax Receipting Program for Clubs

The Ontario Curling Council and its members, Curl ON and Northern Ontario Curling Association (NOCA) have endorsed the National Sport Trust Fund – Ontario as a revenue generation program through which donors can receive charitable tax receipts for qualifying donations.   Clubs can fundraise for infrastructure, equipment, programs – anything that supports the National Amateur Sports System.  Bonspiels, dinners, golf tournaments are all great ideas to raise funds for your project and the National Sport Trust Fund – Ontario has tools to

OCC Hosts Informational Webinars About Adult Learn to Curl Program for Clubs

The Ontario Curling Council on behalf of its members the Northern Ontario Curling Council and Ontario Curling Association (Curl ON) are recipients of an Ontario Sport Community Recreation Fund Grant to grow the successful Curling Canada Adult Learn to Curl Program. Join us for a FREE informational webinar to learn how this program can help your club get a program started, grow your current program and most importantly train the instructors that will deliver this program for you. Target Audience:  Club Managers,

Celebrate Ontario 150 Grants Available for Clubs! Deadlines Quickly Approaching

Next year will mark the 150th anniversary of Confederation in Canada. How will your community be celebrating? As one of the founding members of Confederation, Ontario will mark this milestone with a number of events and opportunities across the province showcasing the province’s rich history, innovative spirit and diverse culture. Municipalities, community organizations and Indigenous groups will also be able to access funding programs designed to bring people together, while laying the groundwork for a strong economic, social and cultural legacy