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2020 Toronto Logo  The CPCA wishes to announce that Toronto has been awarded the 65th Canadian Police Curling Championship. This event will occur April 17-25th, 2020. The Championship to be played at the Tam Heather Curling Club. Event Chair Bill Goodchild and his committee are busy planning for a wonderful 65th event. Come back soon for more information as it develops.
    
St John's Championship 2019St. John's, NFLD hosted the 64th annual World Financial Group Canadian Police Curling Championship. March 30 - April 6th, 2019. This was a huge success with Team British Columbia victorious, the event raised $18,250 for Tourette Canada. Visit the Championship Website herefor more information. Don't forget to follow the Championship on Twitter here.. Don't forget to follow the Championship on Twitter here.
Team Canada
Dale Hockley| Glen Brennan | Randy Nelson | Dan Brennan | Bill Taylor
Presented Cup by WFG Associates Dave Limpert and Robb Befus
Presidents Message 2019:

It is my pleasure on behalf of the National Executive and the Organizing Commitee to take this opportunity to welcome all competitors to Toronto Ontario for the 2020 Canadian Police Curling Championships. As we all know it takes a tremendous amount of time to organize our National championships and I would like to thank Bill Goodchild and the Host Committees for all their dedication and time in organizing this year's event to the huge success it will be.

I would like to further thank Curtis Durdle and Jim Carroll for putting on a great show on the "Rock". What a Championship! great curling, great City and wonderful hospitality.

It is my pleasure to announce that World Financial Group - WFG continues to  support and sponsor Canadian Police Curling. WFG made last two years; Calgary and St John's Championships huge successes for our participants and charity of choice "Tourette Canada". Provincially, WFG has become our Presenting Sponsor for police curling in all regions. Robb Befus who is the Executive Marketing Officer for WFG, stated "We are now very excited to be partnering with the CPCA over the next few years to corporately sponsor your Canadian Curling Championships!". "When we announced that the home office was begining this new partnership with the CPCA, our field agents from across Canada reached out and asked how they could become involved in this great partnership. After learning where all the Provincial play downs are to be held this year, we contacted our local offices in or near the cities to have someone locally sponsor the events.".

In 1955, the Canadian Association of the Chiefs of Police formed the CPCA for the purpose of encouraging fellowship and liason amoung Canadian police officers as well as promoting the game of curling in Canada. Since that time there has been a Canadian Championship held annually at various locations across the Country. In 2016 the mandate was expanded to include peace officers as well as police officers. WFG wants to promote and assist us with police curling to see the number of teams continue to grow in each Province, let's take advantage of the wonderful opportunity and grow the sport of police curling once again!

Stuart Knockwood, President
Canadian Police Curling Association
2019 St. John's Canadian Police Championship
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Honourary Life Members
Parade of Colours 2019
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2019 Honourary CPCA Life Members
Garry Crocker | Gary Maddigan
Parade Of Colours 2019
 
2019 Champion  2019 Canadian Police Champions
Team British Columbia
         
          Skip: Dale Hockley

          Vice: Glen Brennan
          Second: Randy Nelson
          Lead: Dan Brennan
          Fifth: Bill Taylor

 
Tourette cheque presentation St John's Championship Event
Curtis Durdle & Jim Carroll presenting $18,250 to Tourette Canada

 Cheque accepted by Janet Rumsey
Representing Tourette
Canada
Tourette Canada Logo
Dick Tincher 2019 2019 Canadian Championships
Dick Tincher Award Winner

Curtis Durdle
Newfoundland & Labrador

Presented by Joel Matthews last years Receipiant of the award


  


Reed All Stars 2018 Canadian Championships
Reed All - Star Awards
Skip: Dale Hockley - BC
Vice:  Trevor Harrison - Team Canada
Second: Randy Nelson - BC
Lead: Dan Brennan - BC


 
CPCA Past President, John Elliott, is offering custom designed CPCA Team broom wraps.  Promote your team, province and the CPCA.  Provincial sponsor logos can be added for no extra cost.  Cost is $100.00 (tax in) for a team of four and includes each individual players name.  Wraps are made of an automotive type vinyl.  Will not slip or tear.  The wrap can be left on the broom permanently or easily removed at any time.  These are applied the your present broom handle.  No need to go to the expense of buying a whole new broom to have a unique design.  Check out the examples below for two teams that have already ordered their wraps.    Check out www.broomskins.ca for more ideas and information.
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NS Broomskin
Quebec Broomskin


The CPCA announces that we've expanding our Association to invite all "Peace Officers " to join us in our curling fraternity.

A motion was passed April, 2012 at the National AGM opens the competitive side to all "Peace Officers". The criteria for eligibility under the "Peace Officer" designation is as follows: 
  • “That any full time Peace Officer be permitted to participate in any CPCA sanctioned event, specifically Provincial and Canadian curling championships and be allowed to enter and compete using a team consisting solely of full time Peace Officers. This may include but is not restricted to full time Canadian Border Services, Customs Officers, Correctional Officers, Conservation Officers and Fisheries Officers on a two year trial basis.”
  • Are members in good standing within the Provincial or Territorial Association in which they reside.
  • Retired Peace Officers with a minimum of 15 years service in the employ of their agency.