Curling Kenora – a partnership between the Kenora Curling Club and the Keewatin Curling Club, whose members formed a joint steering committee along with the City of Kenora (Lake of the Woods Development Commission), is bringing the Northern Ontario Men’s and Scotties provincial championships to the Kenora Recreation Centre January 26-31, 2021.
Qualification Process Set for 2021 U18 Nationals A week ago, it was announced that the 2021 Canadian U18 Curling Championships would be making their way to The McIntyre Arena in Timmins, ON barring any public health concerns or restrictions as organizers look forward to the February 7th – 13th event. Not only did the news…Details
Ray Appointed NOCA Executive Director Click here to download PDF announcement I am pleased to announce that Bobby Ray will be joining the Northern Ontario Curling Association as Executive Director effective June 15th, 2020. Bobby has been involved with NOCA for several years in a number of capacities including: Bobby is replacing Leslie Kerr…Details
The Mike Desilets rink (Desilets, Scott Henderson, Dale Wiersema, Bill Peloza) from the Fort William Curling Club has gone full circle from Junior Champions to Senior Champions and will represent Northern Ontario at the Everest Canadian Senior Curling Championships next week. Mike was gracious enough to provide the following information about his team. “10 years…Details
Click Here to Download Statement or Read Below: After careful consideration, and in light of the announcement by Curling Canada to cancel many events in the coming weeks, NOCA will be rescheduling both the Mixed and Curling Club Championship Provincials until the fall. This will still allow teams to qualify for the national events…Details