NLPCA Logo Tourette Canada
NLPCA Donations to Local Charities Tops $220,000

2017 NL Police Curling Championship
was held on Feburary 3-5th ,2016 at the Bally Haly CC.
The Provincial Champions will attend The Canadian Police
Curling Championships in Fredericton, NB. April 15-22.
The cost is $240 for a fun team, and $400 for a competitive team
Extra meal tickets are $35.00 each

2016 NLPCA Benefit Hockey Game

2017 NLPCA Benefit Hockey Game
will be held at Mile One Stadium
date to be determined in April or May

The game will featuring our very own "Newfoundland and Labrador Police All Stars", (RCMP and RNC Officers) facing off against the hightly acclaimed "NL All Stars" a collection of local media, sports and other hight profile personalities.

The Newfoundland and Labrador Police Curling Association is sponsoring a telephone appeal in the area for the next several weeks. Tickets and support are being recieved for our 22 nd Annual Benefit Hockey Game.

Business are being asked to buy advertising in our souvenir programs and private residences are being asked to hlep out by purchasing tickets to the game, or acting as game sponsorts by making a contribution. Proceeds raised will be used by the Police Curling Association to support their activities including donations to Tourette Canada and other local charities.

Please contact the campaign office at 1-800-215-8987 for further information or tickets.

Congratulations Team Chalmers
2016 NL Champions
Team NL 2015
Roger Hansford | Dave Chalmers | Hugh Fidler | Jarrett Thorne | Curtis Durdle

Chilliwack Sturgeon
Team NL fishing sturgeon in the Fraser River, BC during
the 2016 National Championships
Durdle - Thorne - Fidler - Chalmers

2016 NLPCA Benefit Hockey Game

The 2016 Game was a huge success
This year the NLPCA donated over

$10,000 to local charities

Including tourette Canada, Children's Wish
and Northeast Avalon DARE Program

The Mount Pearl Open Starlites Syncronized Skating team raised $3,016 thru the 50/50 Draw at the game with winner being Annette Byrne.

Tourette Donation
Tourette Canada Donation
Childrens Wish

 Children's Wish Donation
Northeast Avalon DARE Program
Northeast Avalon DARE program Donation
Annette Byrne winner 50 50 draw
The Mount Pearl Open Starlites and Annette Byrne
Split 50-50 Draw Proceeds of $3,016
NLPCA selects
Garry Crocker, Dean Chaulk and Len Briand
as NLPCA Hall of Fame Inductees
Dean Chauk
Dean Chauk
Gary Crocker
Garry Crocker
Len Briand
Len Briand

2016 NLPCA Richard "Dick" Dundas Award Winner
Marjorie Royal
2016 Dundas Award Winner Marjorie Royal

NLPCA Invites all Peace Officer to participate in our Regional and National Championships
(See below for further information)
The CPCA announces that we're 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.