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OVCA Partners with Goldline Curling

The Ottawa Valley Curling Association (OVCA) is excited to announce a five-year sponsorship with Goldline Curling.

“Our partnership with the OVCA aligns with our vision to see curling grow at all levels of play.  We are thrilled to work with a great team of individuals who share this great goal” says Erin Flowers, President of Goldline Curling.

“This is great news,” said OVCA Director John Tobias. “We welcome Goldline as the title sponsor for the Goldline City of Ottawa Mens and are proud they will be joining local curling retailers who have supported our other OVCA events over the years.”

Goldline Discount Coupons will be available for the participants of Learn to Curl programs at all OVCA member clubs, and to curlers at the OVCA’s Brokerlink Junior Superspiel, Mixed Bonspiel and Goldline City of Ottawa Mens. Discount packages will be handed out to all member clubs at the OVCA Annual Meeting on September 23, 2019.

Goldline retail stores are located in Ottawa at 210 Colonnade Road South and in the Ottawa Curling Club at 440 O’Connor Street.

For information, please contact:

John Tobias, Director, OVCA

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2021 World Men's Ticket Deposits Now Available!

The Ottawa Valley Curling Association, the Ottawa Sports and Entertainment Group (OSEG), and Ottawa Tourism are putting together a bid to host the World Men's Curling Championship in Ottawa at TD Place in Lansdowne Park from April 3 to 11, 2021.

The winning bid will be announced by Curling Canada.

As a curling community, we need to show Curling Canada our support for this initiative with ticket presale deposits.

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Special Olympics Curling in Ottawa – Alive and Thriving!

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Special Olympics is an international organization dedicated to enriching the lives of people with intellectual disabilities through sports. One such sport is curling. In Ottawa, over 40 athletes have registered for curling this year. Some have been practicing the sport for years. They play at the Ottawa or the City View Curling Clubs, supporters of Special Olympics for the past 20 years.

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