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Ontario Winter Games Announcement

Today the County of Renfrew announced that the 2022 Ontario Winter Games to be hosted by the County of Renfrew has been postponed.  Please see the attached media release from the County of Renfrew. Mixed Doubles teams that have registered for qualifiers will be issued a refund for their entry fee.  The Ontario Curling Council will re-evaluate the eligibility of the Fours Men’s and Women’s teams who had already qualified for the Ontario Winter Games once details of the postponed event have

Try Wheelchair Curling

    Try Wheelchair Curling with members of Curling Canada’s National Wheelchair Team (athletes and coaches). Join us for a light lunch to hear about what the sport of curling can offer you! Who should attend? – Athletes from other wheelchair sports – looking for a second sport or a change in competitive opportunity – Wheelchair users looking for a sport to play for fun No Experience required – just a wheelchair, warm clothes and full vaccination (two doses + 14 days). Masking will be required. Registration

BIPOC Youth Project – Mixed Doubles

The Ontario Curling Council is proud to announce that we are launching a Youth Grassroots Project to increase BIPOC participation in curling at the U18 level.  Over the next two years, four U18 BIPOC Mixed Doubles Teams (two per season), one from Southern Ontario and one from Northern Ontario in each season will be “supported” to take the next step in their competitive development.  As supported competitive BIPOC teams, the Ontario Curling Council (OCC) will fund three on-ice practices with an OCC

Next Gen Teams Starting Strong

    With the 2021/22 Season well underway the Ontario Curling Council would like to acknowledge the early success of our Next Gen Program teams so far.     Tier 1 – Adult Team Horgan – Winners in Liverpool Nova Scotia at the Olympic Pretrials and off to the Trials in Saskatchewan Nov. 20-28. Photo courtesy of Michael Burns – Curling Canada Tier 1 – Adult Team Inglis – Competitors at the Olympic Pretrials in Liverpool. Photo Courtesy of Team Inglis – via Facebook   Tier 2 – U18/21 Team

Coming Together in Pursuit of Parasport Excellence Webinar

The Ontario Curling Council, in partnership with Curling Canada, Wheelchair Basketball Canada and Wheelchair Rugby Canada are please to present a Parasport Community Webinar – “Coming Together in Pursuit of Parasport Excellence.” Join us on November 4, 2021 from 6:00-9:00 pm EST of for this FREE event.  We are supported by the Ontario Parasport Collective and are welcoming all athletes (with a disability or able-bodied), coaches, administrators, Integrated Support Personnel to learn together. All are welcome regardless of competitive level.  We’ll

Curl Better Adult Camps – Woodstock Curling Centre

  The Ontario Curling Council is excited to announce that we will be delivering a Curl Better Adult Camp at the Woodstock Curling Centre December 4/5, 2021.  Formerly named “Adult Trillium”, the Curl Better camps have been rebranded to reflect our commitment to providing instruction to our club players across the province.  The camps will provide instruction appropriate to your experience level in a fun atmosphere.  All levels of curler are welcome.  We’ll put you into groups of similarly experienced folks