Canadian Masters Curling Championships

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The Canadian Masters Curling Championships are an annual curling tournament featuring Canadian provincial and territorial teams of athletes at the age of 60 years and over . The Across Canada Masters event began in 2000. Several Provinces have held Provincial Masters Championships beginning in the years around 1986. The Canadian Masters Curling Championships featured 10 end games in the years 2000-2006. Year 2007 featured a switch to 8 end games and this aspect became and remains part of the standard game length format. The Year 2010 Canadian Masters in New Brunswick implemented a shift to the double pool play format ( from a single Round Robin format) to qualify 4 teams for the final playoffs medal playoff games. From 2010 until present , 4 teams from each separate pool play and then advance to Championship pool play. This results in qualifying 4 teams for the final playoffs. Of interest is that Canadian Seniors Nationals have since adopted this format for National competition play. The 2018 Brier and 2018 Scotties National Championships are planning to follow a format similar to the Masters Model of Pool play and move away from the single Round Robin model of Canadian Championship determination.

Past champions[edit]

Year Men's winners Women's winners Host city - Province
2000  Ontario (Jim Sharples, Brian Longley, Joe Gurowka, Art Lobel)  Alberta (Phyl Raymond, Toni Ironside, Vida Roseboom, Jackie Ogryzlo) Surrey, British Columbia
2001  Manitoba (Barry Fry, Don Duguid, Winston Warren, Barry Coleman)  Alberta (Shirley Tucker, Ruth Kimmitt, Lorna Priddle, Betty Jean Buchanan) Winnipeg, Manitoba
2002  Manitoba (Ken Grove, John Usackis, Bob Lesko, Richard Schroeder)  New Brunswick (Marlene Vaughan, Ellen Brennan, Rose Donovan, Pierette MacNaughton) Medicine Hat, Alberta
2003  Quebec (Dave Moon, Mac Baines, Bob Sunderman, Dan McConnell)  Ontario (Gloria Sorley, Jacki Lococo, Lynne Coull, Marg Newton) Assiniboia, Saskatchewan
2004  Manitoba (Martin Bailey, John Heslton, Brian Taylor, Gary Smith)  New Brunswick (Marlene Vaughan, Ellen Brennan, Sandra Franey, Fran Meehan) Kelowna, British Columbia
2005  Manitoba (Doug Armour, Frank Gudz, Don Barr, Ken Sabaad)  Ontario (Gloria Sorley, Jacki Lococo, Lynne Coull, Marg Newton) Brandon, Manitoba
2006  British Columbia (Dale McKenzie, Roy Giles, Sheldon Paulger, Fred Trussell)  Nova Scotia (Sue Ann Bartlett, Adine Boutilier, Carol Whitmore, Marjorie MacKay) Bridgewater, Nova Scotia
2007  Ontario (Bob Edmondson, David Stewart, Brian Longley, Graham MacEachern)  Alberta (Linda Wagner, Sandra Turner, Marilyn Toews, Betty Clark) Hamilton, Ontario
2008  British Columbia (Rick Pughe, John Zwarych, Jack Finnbogason, Bob Byrne)  Alberta (Mary Lynn Oates, Heather Paul-Scott, Sylvia Babich, Linda Pratt) Nanaimo, British Columbia
2009  Manitoba (Ray Orr, Dennis Peckover, Brian Manns, John Mandrikas)  Saskatchewan (Lee Morrison, Bernice Van der Velden, Peggy Hergott, Marg Griffiths) Saskatoon, Saskatchewan
2010  Ontario (Mike Dorey, Brian Henderson, Gary Houghton, Paul Knight)  Nova Scotia (Sue Anne Bartlett, Sharon Clarke, Marjorie MacKay, Brenda Nearing) St. John, New Brunswick
2011  British Columbia (Garry Gelowitz, Robb Koffski, Brad Cmolik, Dennis Case)  Manitoba (Joyce McDougall, Linda Van Daele, Cheryl Orr, Karen Dunbar) Winnipeg, Manitoba
2012  Newfoundland and Labrador (Toby McDonald, Wayne Hamilton, Lloyd Powell, Paul Aiken)  Saskatchewan (Merle Kopach, Audrey Crosson, Linda Delver, Rae Wilson) Boucherville & Saint-Lambert, Quebec
2013  Alberta (Harold Breckenridge, Don Hier, J. R. McDonald, Gord Dewar)  Ontario (Joyce Potter, Diana Favel, Janelle Sadler, Jennifer Langley) Thunder Bay, Ontario
2014  Saskatchewan (Eugene Hritzuk, Jim Wilson, Verne Anderson, Dave Folk)  Saskatchewan (Merle Kopach, Audrey Crossan, Linda Delver, Janet Rooks) Coaldale, Alberta
2015  Manitoba (Ron Westcott, Ken Dusablon, Bob Boughey, Howard Restall)  British Columbia (Karen Lepine, Susan Beuk, Agnes Sigurdson, Donna Christian ) Whitehorse, Yukon
2016  Alberta (Ed Lukowich, Jim Walsh, Don Hier, Gord Dewar)  Saskatchewan (Merle Kopach, Sylvia Johnson, Linda Delver, Trudy Dykes) Kentville & Wolfville,
Nova Scotia
2017  Northern Ontario (Al Hackner, Eric Harnden, Frank Morissette, Bruce Munro)  Saskatchewan (Delores Syrota, Bev Krasowski, Donna Liebrecht, Sylvia Broad) Guelph, Ontario
2018 Surrey & White Rock, British Columbia

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