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Level 1 and 2 Ice Tech Course in New Brunswick

NBCA's Head Ice Technician, Chris Tapley, will be offering both a Level 1 and a Level 2 Ice Tech course at Willie O'Ree Place in Fredericton.

Level 1:  March 10, 11 & 12 (during installation for the Canadian Seniors)

Level 2:  April 7, 8 & 9 (during the East Coast Canada Winter Games Warm-Up Spiel)

Please visit the NBCURL site home page at

Participants are to register through the NBCA On Line Registration System.


2017 Canadian Juniors starts Saturday In Victoria, BC

The 2017 Canadian Junior Menʼs and Womenʼs Curling Championships, presented by Ambrosia Apples, get underway Saturday at the Archie Browning Sports Centre.

It’ll be a Canadian Juniors filled with both experience and prominent bloodlines as the country best young curlers battle the right to represent Canada at the World Juniors in South Korea.

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Pathways to Podiums Event

With the postponement of the Jan 8 Pathways to Podiums event, due to weather, we have been able to secure Russ Howard, Mary Anne Arsenault and Grant Odishaw to return on January 21. Bridgewater Curling Club are kindly hosting the event, 9am-5pm.  Given several teams that originally signed up are not able to attend on Jan 21st, we will be offering a sign up for anyone who wants to attend. The sign up page can be found here. You won’t want to miss this opportunity!

Welcome Andrew

The Nova Scotia Curling Association (NSCA) is pleased to announce that Andrew Paris will be the Technical Director effective January 16, 2017.

Andrew has been a tireless advocate of Junior curling for the past six years and was recognized as the NSCA Volunteer of the Year in 2016.  He has been instrumental in the growth of the Dartmouth Curling Club’s Junior Program and continues to seek ways to encourage more youth and adults to experience the game of curling.

“Andrew brings such passion and commitment to our game,” reflects Harry Daemen, President, NSCA, “I am confident that Andrew’s business, coaching and curling background will serve him well in this role.”

As the technical director, Andrew’s role will be to work with member clubs and assist in generating an interest in curling for both youth and adults; ensure coaches have accessibility to training and professional development that will spark our athletes to various podiums; and ensure our high performance athletes have the learning and resources to help them succeed.

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The Nova Scotia Curling Association is dedicated to the administration, promotion, development and coordination of the sport of curling in Nova Scotia.