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Our mission

We will promote the sport of curling by providing easier access for people of all ages in our region. We will be developing programs for people with physical and mental challenges. We also plan to enter into partnerships with local school boards and organize tournaments at various levels.


The "Curling des Collines" club, which previously operated as "Curling La Pêche", began in 2005 and our goal has always been to promote curling in a friendly environment for our members and visitors. We are committed to help our members learn the rules of the game and then to help them have fun playing the game.

As per the curling tradition, the winning team buys a drink for the losing team.

Social gatherings
include dinners, funspiels, a Christmas party, an end-of-season activity and a fundraising golf tournament.

You can refer to our pamphlet for more information.

We consider that we provide a congenial atmosphere, especially since our members come from every corner of the region to curl together.

Curling terms

Curling Canada has produced a glossary of curling terms, with its' definition, that are used throughout the curling world. You can consult these terms by clicking on the following glossary.

Curling des Collines minutes

NOTE: All minutes taken in the meetings held by Curling des Collines were written in french. For the english translation of a certain item, please write to us at

Annual general meetings

September 6, 2017
April 6, 2016

Extraordinary meetings

March 29, 2017
September 7, 2016

Curling des Collines bylaws

Based on the Canada Not-for-Profit Corporations Act, we ave drafted bylaws for the Curling des Collines organization. You can refer to them in this document.

The General Rules of Curling

To view the general rules of curling as published by the Canadian Curling Association, click here.

Guide to Curling

Here is a short video entitled «Two Minute Guide to the Sport of Curling»:

How a curling rock is made

There is a video on the "Curling Lovers" Facebook page which demonstrates how a curling rock is made. Here is the video:

Crests with the "Curling des Collines" logo

We ordered some crests which bear the "Curling des Collines" logo. The crest size is approximately 4.25 inches x 3.5 inches and is large enough to replace the former logo. If you would like to have one or more, please confirm your order with Mike Duern.