Upcoming provincial championship (see forms below)

  1. The registration deadline has been extended to February 18, 2022
  2. Registration is limited to the first 32 teams who sent COMPLETED and PAID entry forms, and a MINIMUM of 24 registered teams is required to host the event.
  3. ALL curlers age 12 and up will be required to show proof of double vaccination to enter the curling club. Likewise, all spectators, parents, and coaches age 5 and over will also be required to provide proof of double vaccination.
As you may well imagine, regulations from the provincial government and from Curling Ontario changed on a monthly basis, and we are anticipating that by the time of the event that curling will have returned to normal in our province. More information regarding posters, skills competition, schedule, and other activities will be forwarded to registered teams closer to the date of the event.
A revised information letter and registration form are attached, along with a sizing chart for ordering jackets. For the teams who have already registered, you do not need to complete a new form. We look forward to receiving your registration before February 18.


Online 50/50 to support other clubs

This online 50/50 is supporting the three curling clubs Fort William (8 sheets), Port Arthur (8 sheets) and Kakabeka (4 sheets). Website is www.curlingcash.com

33rd Annual Provincial Elementary School Championships – Wingham Golf and Curling Club, March 31 to April 3, 2022


Research study

From Dr. Scott Piroth, Political Science professor at Bowling Green State University in Ohio.


I am also a long-time curler and a member of both the Bowling Green Curling Club and the Windy City Curling Club.

I am contacting you because I am conducting a study of members of curling clubs in Canada and the United States. The study consists of a survey that will take approximately 10 minutes to complete. Responses will be anonymous. Participants will not be asked to provide any identifying information, and I will not be able to track the identity of participants. The survey includes questions about member’s curling experience, the club itself, how curlers view some unwritten rules of curling, general questions about trust and civic engagement, and some basic demographic questions.

I am requesting that you forward the information above along with this link to the survey https://bgsu.az1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_73BC8OMGc7sZUSG  to members of the Cumberland Curling Club.

The goals of the study are to understand how curlers view unwritten rules of curling and to explore how membership in a curling club relates to broader measures of social capital. (Political scientist, Robert Putnam defines social capital as “connections among individuals – social networks and the norms of reciprocity and trustworthiness that arise from them.”)

Please note that only members of curling clubs who are 18 years of age or older should respond to the survey. If you need more information about this research, please contact Dr. Scott Piroth at spiroth@bgsu.edu or (419)372-7268.