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

Ontario Curling Council Receives $82,000 Grant for Adult Learn to Curl Program

The Ontario Curling Council (OCC) and its members, the Ontario Curling Association (OCA) and the Northern Ontario Curling Association (NOCA) are thrilled to announce that they are recipients of the Ministry of Tourism Culture and Sport’s – Ontario Sport and Recreation Communities Fund. See the announcement here:  OSRCF – Provincial Project Announcements Our two year project is focused on growing the sport of curling with our curling clubs, through optimal use of the Curling Canada’s highly successful Adult

Nominate your club for a chance to win a $250,000 Facility Upgrade

Kraft Heinz and TSN Inspire Communities Across Canada to Build Better Places to Play With The Return Of Kraft Heinz Project Play, Launching Today – Partnering for an 8th consecutive year, Kraft Heinz and TSN encourage Canadians to nominate a local recreation project at for a chance to win infrastructure upgrades – The Grand Prize winner will receive $250,000 towards a recreational facility upgrade, and the three second-prize winners will each receive $20,000 –

OCC pleased to launch new Support for Curling Program

The Ontario Curling Council (OCC) is pleased to launch a new “Support for Curling Program” on behalf of its membership associations, the Ontario Curling Association (OCA) and Northern Ontario Curling Association (NOCA). Together with the True Sport Foundation, curling clubs  can register projects or programs for which they are trying to raise funds.  Donors will receive charitable tax receipts and curling clubs will receive funds donated specifically towards their initiatives. Details of the program can be found here. Don’t wait – register your project and

Canada 150 Community Infrastructure Program Now Accepting Applications

Curling Clubs have begun to receive funding through a new grant – the Canada 150 Community Infrastructure Program. Eligible Recipients Organizations eligible to apply for funding under the Canada 150 Community Infrastructure Program include: Municipalities and First Nations in Northern Ontario; Not-for-profit organizations such as community, economic development and Aboriginal organizations, or industry and business associations; Provincial entities that provide municipal-type services to communities, as defined in provincial statutes; and, Public sector bodies that are established by or under provincial statute or by