It’s Our House – November 2021 Newsletter

The ninth edition of the Curling Alberta Newsletter – It’s Our House has been released. This edition of It’s Our House contains: Alberta Curlers Embark on Olympic Journey Message from the Executive Director COVID-19 Resources Curling Alberta’s Youth Advisory Panel Update Federation of Alberta Gas Co-ops Ltd. is Ready to Rock with Curling Alberta Classified

Updated 2021-22 Sanctioned Events Schedule

Due to the impact of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, Curling Alberta has released an updated schedule of Sanctioned Events for the 2021-22 Season. Please note the following events that have had a date or location change from the previously published schedule: Women’s Provincial Qualifier, November 25-28, 2021, Fort Saskatchewan CC Women’s Provincial Qualifier, December 2-5,

Curling Alberta Staffing Announcement

Curling Alberta is pleased to announce that Rebecca Fradette will be joining our team as Competition Coordinator for Southern Alberta. Rebecca will be based in our Calgary satellite office and her first day was October 1, 2021. Rebecca holds a Bachelor of Commerce degree with a major in Operations Management from the University of Saskatchewan

Curling Alberta Announces Vaccination Policy

Effective as per the timelines detailed below, Curling Alberta will make COVID-19 vaccinations mandatory to participate in Curling Alberta events including its competitions, camps, clinics, and meetings. This policy will be in effect for all athletes, coaches, officials, staff, contractors, volunteers, media, and fans 12 years of age and older. All Curling Alberta coaches, instructors,

Team Eligibility Amendment – CA Sanctioned Events

As of September 9, 2021, Curling Alberta is making an amendment to its team eligibility rules for all sanctioned Curling Alberta events including provincial qualifiers, provincial championships, and Alberta Curling Tour events. Curling Alberta made this decision to become consistent with the World Curling Federation’s team eligibility guidelines, and create more flexibility for curlers in

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