Canadian Curling Club Championships

The Canadian Curling Club Championships (branded as the Everest Curling Club Championships for sponsorship reasons) is an annual curling tournament held in Canada. The tournament features the top "club level" curlers from every province and territory in Canada, plus Northern Ontario.

Canadian Curling Club Championships
2023 host cityWinnipeg, Manitoba
2023 arenaAssiniboine Memorial Curling Club
Current champions (2022)
MenAlberta Beaumont Curling Club
WomenNew Brunswick Gage Golf & Curling Club
Current edition

The first event was held in 2009. Each province and territory holds a series of playdowns where only one team per curling club is allowed an entry. Each curling club selects their teams independently with many choosing their respective club champions.

The event features only "club level" curlers. This means that top curling teams are barred from entry. Teams can only have one player who has played in a provincial men's, women's or seniors event that season or the previous season or in a Grand Slam of Curling event that year or in the previous year.

Beginning in 2024, the winning teams will play the winners of the United States Curling Club Championships in the Everest North American Curling Club Championships.[1]

Champions edit

Year Men's winning club Women's winning club Location
2009   Chatham Granite (Chatham, Ontario)   High Park (Toronto, Ontario) Toronto, Ontario
2010   Sutherland CC (Saskatoon, Saskatchewan)   Lethbridge CC (Lethbridge, Alberta) Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island
2011   Red Deer CC (Red Deer, Alberta)   Granite CC (Winnipeg, Manitoba) Richmond, British Columbia
2012   Crestwood CC (Edmonton, Alberta)   Quinte CC (Belleville, Ontario) Toronto, Ontario
2013   Crestwood CC (Edmonton, Alberta)   Brandon CC (Brandon, Manitoba) Thunder Bay, Ontario
2014   Nutana CC (Saskatoon, Saskatchewan)   Westmount G&CC (Kitchener, Ontario) Halifax, Nova Scotia
2015   St. John's CC (St. John's, Newfoundland and Labrador)   Cornwall CC (Cornwall, Prince Edward Island) Ottawa, Ontario
2016   Cataraqui G&CC (Kingston, Ontario)   Fort Rouge CC (Winnipeg, Manitoba) Kelowna, British Columbia
2017   Nanaimo CC (Nanaimo, British Columbia)   Brandon CC (Brandon, Manitoba) Kingston, Ontario
2018   Richmond CC (Richmond, British Columbia)   Calgary CC (Calgary, Alberta) Miramichi, New Brunswick
2019   KW Granite (Waterloo, Ontario)   Lethbridge CC (Lethbridge, Alberta) Leduc, Alberta
2020 Cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic[2] Ottawa, Ontario
2021   Bridgewater CC (Bridgewater, Nova Scotia)   Fort William CC, (Thunder Bay, Ontario) Ottawa, Ontario
2022   Richmond Hill CC (Richmond Hill, Ontario)   Curl Moncton (Moncton, New Brunswick) Edmonton, Alberta
2023   Beaumont CC (Beaumont, Alberta)   Gage G&CC (Oromocto, New Brunswick) Winnipeg, Manitoba

References edit

  1. ^ "USA to Battle Canada in New Curling Championship". Sports Illustrated. 2023-11-27.
  2. ^ "Curling Canada | 2020 events altered".

External links edit