So.Much.Curling!

Update Mar 25, 2021: World Mixed Doubles Championship dates confirmed.

With the reinstatement of the Women’s World Curling Championship (moved from Switzerland into the Calgary bubble), there will be curling to watch well into May!

The Canadian Men’s Championship (the “Brier”) starts tonight at 5:30 pm, shown live on TSN.   Games are also uploaded to the Curling Canada YouTube site a day or two later:  https://www.youtube.com/c/curlingcanada/videos.

Canadian championship games going back several years (Scotties, Brier, Juniors, Seniors, etc) can also be found under Curling Canada’s YouTube playlists:  https://www.youtube.com/c/curlingcanada/playlists

World championship games can be found under the World Curling Federation’s YouTube playlists:  https://www.youtube.com/c/WorldCurlingTV/playlists

There are also Mixed Doubles Championships and Grand Slam events coming up.


March 5 – 14: Canadian Men’s Championship (TSN, Curling Canada YouTube)

March 18 – 25: Canadian Mixed Doubles Championship (TSN, Curling Canada YouTube)

April 2 – 11: World Men’s Championship (TSN, World Curling Federation YouTube)

April 14 – 18: Champions Cup – Grand Slam event (Sportsnet, no archive )

April 20 – 25: Players’ Championship – Grand Slam event (Sportsnet, no archive)

April 30 – May 9: World Women’s Championship (TSN, World Curling Federation YouTube)

May 17 – 23: World Mixed Doubles Championship (TSN, World Curling Federation YouTube )

So you can snuggle in until long after the snow melts and watch curling!

Games and drop-in sessions cancelled

All games, drop-in sessions and practice ice are cancelled effective immediately per the recent PHO, which explicitly includes curling as a restricted activity:

https://www2.gov.bc.ca/gov/content/safety/emergency-preparedness-response-recovery/covid-19-provincial-support/restrictions#pho-order

We’ll let you know if things change.

Kaslo Curling Club Board

Mask changes for members

Hello fellow curlers and club members,

This is the latest update regarding curling under CoVid conditions.

The rule making Masks Mandatory while on the ice has been lifted. The wearing of masks is strongly recommended when on the ice.

Masks are still mandatory in all other areas of the club. They are excused only when eating or drinking, seated at a table in the lounge. Social distancing is of prime importance both on and off the ice and remember to sanitize or wash your hands often. All the other rules previously put in place still apply.

Please remember to be kind to each other and mindful of the fact that these times are difficult for us all. In addition to CoVid we all have personal issues/hardships to deal with and a little kindness goes a long way.

Kaslo Curling Club Board