Lee Smith

Curling Alberta Competitions Update

Remaining 2019-2020 Season Will Be Rescheduled to the Fall As announced last week, Curling Alberta has postponed all remaining courses and sanctioned competitions for the 2019-2020 season in response to COVID-19. This is an evolving situation, and we know it may cause some uncertainty for you. We want to assure you that we are working

COVID-19 Update

Dear members of the Canadian curling community. Our main concern is the safety and well-being of the entire curling community. As a result, we are having to make difficult decisions that are significantly affecting what we do and how we offer our services and programs. In partnership with our Member Associations, Curling Canada is strongly urging all

COVID-19 Update

Curling Alberta and its partners, such as Curling Canada, are monitoring the COVID 19 situation on an ongoing basis.  After careful consideration of the most recent information from Alberta Health Services, Curling Alberta has decided to postpone all remaining courses and sanctioned competitions for 2019-2020 season.  We remain hopeful to reschedule and will share further

COVID-19 Update

After careful consideration of COVID-19 and the most recent information from Alberta Health Services, Curling Alberta has decided to cancel the U15 and Mixed Provincial Qualifiers scheduled for this weekend. Related information on the impact to Provincial Championships (i.e. berths) and other details will follow as soon as possible.Here is the link to Alberta Health

Walker sweeps to Alberta Scotties championship

Team Walker completed the wire-to-wire sprint to its first Alberta Scotties championship. Edmonton’s Laura Walker rink went undefeated at the 2020 Sentinel Storage Alberta Scotties Tournament of Hearts, completing the nine game sweep of the women’s provincial curling championship by knocking off Kelsey Rocque 7-4 in the final Sunday night at Okotoks’ Murray Arena. “I just

VIP Package for Two contest

In support of the 2020 Sentinel Storage Alberta Scotties Tournament of Hearts, Sentinel Storage has generously sponsored a “VIP Package for Two” contest.  The winners will receive complimentary VIP tickets to both the semi-final and final game at the championship, plus dinner and a two nights’ accommodation in Okotoks.  The contest is open to anyone

Sentinel Storage Unveiled as Provincial Title Sponsor of the 2020 Alberta Scotties Tournament of Hearts

Curling Alberta is delighted to announce that Sentinel Storage will hold the provincial title sponsor position for its women’s championship which will be known as the 2020 Sentinel Storage Alberta Scotties Tournament of Hearts. This flagship event will be hosted in the Murray Arena at the Okotoks Recreation Centre from January 22-26, 2020. The winning

Scroll to Top