It’s Our House – May 2022 Newsletter

Curling Alberta has released its second newsletter of 2022! The 12th edition of It’s Our House is full of the latest curling news from Alberta, including: Boston Pizza Alberta Curling Tour Crowns its Champions Classified & Bonspiel Listings Optimist Championships Alberta Junior Curling Tour Update 2023 Aboriginal Apprentice Coaching Program Officials’ Corner Courses and Online

Alberta Rocks Registration Opens Wednesday!

The four-day summer camps hosted by Curling Alberta are back at the Leduc Curling Club this summer! Open to junior curlers aged 11-17, camp dates include August 13-16, 2022, and August 18-21, 2022. Each camp includes lunches, snacks, suppers, a camp t-shirt, dance, and all instruction. Registration for Alberta Rocks will open at 10 am

Curling Alberta Announces Newest Player Representative

Curling Alberta is happy to announce that Aaron Sluchinski has joined its team as its Male Athlete Representative. As the Male Athlete Representative, Aaron will act as a liaison between competitors and Curling Alberta. Aaron’s combination of curling experience and relationships within the curling community will provide a strong voice for the players at Curling

2023 Arctic Winter Games Vaccination Policy Released

The Arctic Winter Games International Committee (AWGIC) has announced that all accredited individuals must be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 in order to participate in in the 2023 Arctic Winter Games. This policy applies to all accredited individuals including athletes, coaches, managers, technical officials, mission staff, special guests, cultural participants, and media. Host Society staff and

It’s Our House – February 2022 Newsletter

The first It’s Our House Newsletter of 2022 has been released! The 11th edition of It’s Our House is full of the latest curling news from Alberta, including: $45,000 in Prize Money on the Line at the Boston Pizza Alberta Curling Tour Championships Boston Pizza Alberta Curling Tour Championship W5 Terry Morris – Alberta Sports

Curling Alberta Seeking Male Athlete Representative

Curling Alberta is seeking a Male Athlete Representative to help empower athletes, tackle key issues, and shape the future of competitions and competitive curling in Alberta. This is a volunteer position that will participate as a voting member on Curling Alberta’s Competitions Working Group. This will be a two-season term, with potential for a second,

Expression of Interest for Curling Alberta U20 Provincial

Curling Alberta has opened an Expression of Interest for the Curling Alberta U20 Provincial Championship at the Spray Lake Sawmills Family Sports Centre in Cochrane on February 23-27, 2022. This Expression of Interest is for teams that are not currently registered for the Provincial Championship. Teams that are already registered for the Provincial Championship will

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