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2017 BC Senior Curling Championships start in Salmon Arm

By Rebecca Connop Price The best senior curlers in BC have gathered in Salmon Arm for the 2017 BC Senior Curling Championships. Eight men’s teams and eight women’s teams from across the province are vying for the opportunity to represent BC at the 2017 Canadian Senior Curling Championships in Fredericton, New Brunswick. On the men’s […]

Fundraising raffle project for curling centres launched

By Rebecca Connop Price A province-wide raffle project has been launched with the aim of helping curling centres raise money. The project has launched today with a pilot that includes Richmond Curling Club, Golden Ears Winter Club in Maple Ridge and Comox Valley Curling Centre. More curling centres across the province are expected to come […]

Field now complete for 2017 AMJ Campbell BC Mixed Curling Championship

By Rebecca Connop Price The eight curling teams who will compete for the provincial Mixed crown at Parksville Curling Club from March 2-5 have now been decided. Regional qualifiers for the 2017 AMJ Campbell BC Mixed Curling Championship took place over the weekend, with six teams successful in their bid for a berth. Team Baier […]

Super volunteer Kate Barratt wins Curling Canada award

By Rebecca Connop Price A volunteer from BC was among three women who won prestigious Curling Canada awards today. The Curling Canada Volunteer of the Year Award has gone to Kate Barratt of Gibsons, BC. Barratt, from Gibsons Curling Club, will be honoured at a ceremony at the 2017 Tim Hortons Brier in Newfoundland in […]

Julie Bilesky is still a threat on the ice aged 95

By Rebecca Connop Price A long-time curler from Rossland Curling Club was recognized by his club for his dedication to the sport. Julie Bilesky, aged 95, who lives in Trail, is not only still playing the game, he is also winning. In recent years his name has been on a club trophy five times — […]