Curling Canada has elected Olympic bronze medallist Amy Nixon as chair of its Board of Governors following the departure of Mitch Minken.
Curling Canada has announced that the city of Moose Jaw in Saskatchewan will host the 2022 and 2023 editions of the Canadian Wheelchair Curling Championship.
Next year's World Men's Curling Championship will be among several curling events that will take place in a bio-secure bubble in Canadian city Calgary, it has been announced.
With competitions put on ice due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Canadian curler Robbie Doherty has made the most of his time away from the rink by creating his own children's television show.
Curling Canada chief executive Henderson claims COVID-19 has been "litmus test" for new governance structure
Curling Canada chief executive Katherine Henderson claims the COVID-19 pandemic had been a "litmus test" for the organisation's new governance structure.
The Canadian Wheelchair Championship is among six further events cancelled due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
Some of Canada’s up-and-coming student curlers have received a welcome financial boost in a year filled with uncertainty due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Curling Canada has cancelled two major events due to the uncertain climate caused by the coronavirus pandemic.
Curling Canada has admitted that the sport will "look a bit different" this season after publishing return-to-play guidelines.
Curling Canada has appointed Scott Pfeifer as the head coach of the country's mixed doubles programme.
Canada's top curling sides have announced line-up changes for the 2020/21 campaign after the curling season was cut short due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Two-time Olympic champion John Morris has called for Curling Canada to change its eligibility rules for the Olympics which currently do not allow athletes to compete in more than one event.
After a poor first day of the tournament, Canada ensured they would feature in both men's and women's finals at the World Junior Curling Championships in Krasnoyarsk in Russia.
The 2021 Canadian Mixed Curling Championship will be held in Canmore in Alberta, it has been announced.
OK Tire and BKT Tires will be joint sponsors of the Continental Cup, curling's version of the Ryder Cup which will pit six Canadian teams against six European teams in a four-day competition featuring a variety of game formats, it has been announced.