Win Your Curling Fee!

In the summer of 2022, the OVCA started a long-term strategic review process.  As the curling world emerged from the public health emergency, the OVCA needed an updated mission and strategic plan in order to best serve its members and their curlers.

As a part of this review, the OVCA is looking for your input and opinions. With this survey, you’ll have the chance to help shape the OVCA’s future and provide us with your ideas and opinions.

The survey should only take a few minutes of your time to complete.  As a thank you, you can choose to enter a special draw to WIN YOUR 2024-25 CURLING SEASON FOR FREE!  That’s right – the OVCA will pay the curling fees of six lucky respondents (one for each OVCA Region – City, East, South, Upper Valley, Lower Valley and Outaouais).

Please take a minute to give us your feedback, and you could curl for free in 24-25.

For a PDF version or paper copy, please email

Fill Out the Survey

Join the Board of Administrators (Deadline Extended)


The deadline for submitting an application to join the Board of Administrators has been extended to 11:59pm, Wednesday November 15th.

If you’ve been sitting on the fence, now’s the time to apply! Without the Board of Administrators, the OVCA’s ability to assist clubs in emergencies is AT RISK.

Please consider volunteering your time to this worthy committee.

The OVCA’s Board of Administrators is looking for up to three (3) volunteers to help clubs and centres in our region.

The OVCA’s Development Fund is a loan program available to all member clubs and centres that provides low-interest loans for capital improvements and emergency capital repairs.

The Board of Administrators is responsible for screening loan requests and providing recommendations to the Board of Directors on whether the applications should be approved. In addition, the Board of Administrators can provide recommendations to the OVCA on the operation of the Fund and its criteria.

The Board of Administrators is looking to fill up to three (3) positions. Each position is for a three year term. The Board of Administrators is a standing committee of the OVCA that meets only when an application is received (typically once or twice a year).

Specifically, the Board of Administrators is looking for candidates with experience/skillsets in: Finance, Law, Risk Management and/or Engineering. The OVCA is committed to building a diverse committee and we encourage those who identify as persons with a disability, persons from visible minority groups, persons who identify as LGTBQ2S+ or non-binary, and indigenous persons to apply.

See our Board of Administrators policy and Development Fund page for more information.

Application Deadline

Deadline for application is 11:59pm, Tuesday, October 31st, 2023. Not all who may apply will be appointed, and only successful candidates will be contacted for follow-up. Direct all applications to the OVCA Chair ( with the subject “BoA Candidate Submission 2023

Select “Download” above to download a copy of the application form.



The OVCA Annual General meeting will be held MONDAY, September, 18th at the RA Centre in Ottawa – Courtside Rooms

Download the agenda


  1. Land Acknowledgement
  2. Call to Order and Welcome
  3. Approval of the Agenda
  4. Introductions
  5. Moment of Silence
  6. Approval of Minutes from 2022 AGM Held virtually on Monday, September 19th, 2022
  7. New Business Arising from minutes of last year’s AGM
  8. Acknowledgement of Partner Associations
    • Ladies Curling Association
    • Canadian Branch of the Royal Caledonian Curling Club
    • Curling Outaouais – Roger Smith
    • CurlON – Matt Allen
    • Curling Canada – Danny Lamoureux
  9. Chair’s Report
  10. World Men’s Curling Championships – Elaine Brimicombe
  11. Directors Reports – no presentations planned. Questions and/or comments are welcomed
    • Board of Administrators
  12. Financial Report
  13. New Business
  14. Board for Members 2023-24
    • Election of 3-year Directors
    • Election of 2-year Directors
  15. Ken Thain Award Recipients
  16. Closing Remarks and Adjournment