2018 / 2019 season
Oct. 2, 9, 16, 23, 30 | Nov. 6, 13, 20, 27 | Dec. 4, 11, 18
Jan. 8, 15, 22, 29 | Feb. 5, 12, 26 | Mar. 5, 12, 19, 26
*No curling Dec. 25, Jan. 1, Feb. 19. **Play-offs Mar. 19 & 26.
Oct. 16 | Nov. 13 | Dec. 11 | Jan. 15 | Feb. 12 | Mar. 12
Oct. 23 | Nov. 20 | Dec. 18 | Jan. 22 | Mar. 26
Oct. 30 | Nov. 27 | Jan. 29 | Feb. 26
We curl Tuesdays at 7:30 pm at the Granite Curling Club at
8620 107 Street, Edmonton, AB.
Mailing address: PO Box 52011 | 10907 Whyte Ave NW
Edmonton, AB | T6G 0S7
Read the Curling With Pride rules of curling.
Check out our league team photos on Facebook.
1997: Edmonton’s first gay curling league began.
1999: First Icebreaker Bonspiel, held annually until 2005 (revamped in 2014).
2001: League officially named "Curling with Pride".
2006: Hosted first Canadian Gay Curling Championships (CGCC) in November.
2012: Incorporated as not-for-profit organization under Alberta’s Society’s Act.
2013: Received a provincial grant to attend the 2013 CGCC in Halifax, NS.
2014: Received a provincial grant to host the 2014 CGCC along with the Icebreaker Bonspiel.
2016: We transitioned our league to the Saville Centre.
2017: We moved back to the Granite Curling Club and welcomed a record 21 teams!
2018: We started a Doubles league (featuring 10 teams) in addition to our regular 4-person league.
Six like-minded curling enthusiasts initiated Edmonton’s first gay curling league (three original members are still involved with CWP today). In the late 90's, the league struggled to find teams. At its smallest, Curling with Pride only had four teams that played three on three. The league faced several challenges to growth: changing clubs / nights / draw times and discrimination. The initial group was small, but determined to increase membership through such activities as making a papier-mâché curling float for the Edmonton Pride Parade, handing out flyers, manning tables at Pride and LGBT events, and forming partnerships to host events with such groups as Womonspace, the Leather group, GLCCE and the Edmonton Pride Centre.