Canadian Senior Curling Championships

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Canadian Senior Curling Championships
Established 1965 (men)
1973 (women)
2016 host city Digby, Nova Scotia
2016 arena Digby Curling Club and the Digby Arena
2016 men's champion  Ontario
2016 women's champion  Nova Scotia
Current edition
2016 Canadian Senior Curling Championships

The Canadian Senior Curling Championships are an annual bonspiel held to determine the national champions in senior curling for Canada. Seniors are defined as being people over the age of 50. The championship teams play at the World Senior Curling Championships the following year.

Past champions[edit]

Men[edit]

Year Team Winning skip Host
1965  Manitoba Leo Johnson Port Arthur, Ontario
1966  Ontario Jim Johnston Winnipeg, Manitoba
1967  New Brunswick Jim Murphy Montreal, Quebec
1968  Saskatchewan Don Wilson Edmonton, Alberta
1969  Ontario Alfie Phillips Hamilton, Ontario
1970  British Columbia Don MacRae Kamloops, British Columbia
1971  Prince Edward Island Wen MacDonald Halifax, Nova Scotia
1972  Quebec Ken Weldon Prince Albert, Saskatchewan
1973  Manitoba Bill McTavish Sudbury, Ontario
1974  British Columbia George Beaudry Saint John, New Brunswick
1975  Prince Edward Island Wen MacDonald Calgary, Alberta
1976  Prince Edward Island Wen MacDonald Ottawa, Ontario
1977  Saskatchewan Morrie Thompson Winnipeg, Manitoba
1978  Saskatchewan Art Knutson St. Thomas, Ontario
1979  Alberta Cliff Forry Noranda, Quebec
1980  Saskatchewan Terry McGeary Saint John, New Brunswick
1981  Quebec Jim Wilson Nanaimo, British Columbia
1982  Manitoba Lloyd Guunlaugson Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island
1983  Manitoba Lloyd Guunlaugson Sarnia, Ontario
1984  Manitoba Lloyd Guunlaugson St. John's, Newfoundland
1985  Saskatchewan Frank Scheirich Yorkton, Saskatchewan
1986  Ontario Earle Hushagen Portage la Prairie, Manitoba
1987  Manitoba Norm Houck Prince George, British Columbia
1988  Alberta Bill Clark Peterborough, Ontario
1989  Ontario Jim Sharples Kenora, Ontario
1990  Manitoba Jim Ursel Whitehorse, Yukon
1991  Manitoba Jim Ursel Victoria, British Columbia
1992  Ontario Jim Sharples Nipawin, Saskatchewan
1993  Alberta Len Erickson Edmonton, Alberta
1994  New Brunswick David Sullivan Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan
1995  Ontario Bill Dickie Saint John, New Brunswick
1996  Ontario Bob Turcotte Medicine Hat, Alberta
1997  Ontario Bob Turcotte Thornhill, Ontario
1998  Saskatchewan Gary Bryden Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario
1999  British Columbia Ken Watson Saskatoon, Saskatchewan
2000  Ontario Bob Turcotte Portage la Prairie, Manitoba
2001  Manitoba Gary Ross Calgary, Alberta
2002  Manitoba Carl German St. Thomas, Ontario
2003  Alberta Tom Reed Lethbridge, Alberta
2004  Newfoundland and Labrador Bas Buckle Vernon, British Columbia
2005  Alberta Les Rogers East St. Paul, Manitoba
2006  Northern Ontario Al Hackner Summerside, Prince Edward Island
2007  Alberta Pat Ryan Trois-Rivières, Quebec
2008  Saskatchewan Eugene Hritzuk Prince Albert, Saskatchewan
2009  Ontario Bruce Delaney Summerside, Prince Edward Island
2010  Alberta Mark Johnson Ottawa, Ontario
2011  Manitoba Kelly Robertson Digby, Nova Scotia
2012  Alberta Rob Armitage Abbotsford, British Columbia
2013  New Brunswick Wayne Tallon Summerside, Prince Edward Island
2014  Nova Scotia Alan O'Leary Yellowknife, Northwest Territories
2015  Manitoba Randy Neufeld Edmonton, Alberta
2016  Ontario Bryan Cochrane Digby, Nova Scotia
2017

Women[edit]

Year Team Winning skip Host
1973  British Columbia Ada Calles Ottawa, Ontario
1974  British Columbia Flora Martin Halifax, Nova Scotia
1975  British Columbia Flora Martin Swift Current, Saskatchewan
1976  Alberta Hadie Manley Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island
1977  British Columbia Vi Tapella Peace River, Alberta
1978  Alberta Hadie Manley St. John's, Newfoundland
1979  British Columbia Flora Martin Vernon, British Columbia
1980  British Columbia Flora Martin Fredericton, New Brunswick
1981  Alberta Bea Mayer Winnipeg, Manitoba
1982  Nova Scotia Verda Kemton Montreal, Quebec
1983  Manitoba Mabel Mitchell Guelph, Ontario
1984  Saskatchewan Ev Krahn Halifax, Nova Scotia
1985  Saskatchewan Ev Krahn Yorkton, Saskatchewan
1986  Saskatchewan Ev Krahn Portage la Prairie, Manitoba
1987  Nova Scotia Verda Kemton Prince George, British Columbia
1988  Ontario Phyllis Nielsen Peterborough, Ontario
1989  Saskatchewan Emily Farnham Kenora, Ontario
1990  Ontario Jill Greenwood Whitehorse, Yukon
1991  Northern Ontario Eila Brown Victoria, British Columbia
1992  Saskatchewan Sheila Rowan Nipawin, Saskatchewan
1993  Ontario Jill Greenwood Edmonton, Alberta
1994  Alberta Cordella Schwengler Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan
1995  Northern Ontario Sheila Ross Saint John, New Brunswick
1996  Ontario Jill Greenwood Medicine Hat, Alberta
1997  Quebec Agnès Charrette Thornhill, Ontario
1998  Ontario Jill Greenwood Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario
1999  Quebec Agnès Charrette Saskatoon, Saskatchewan
2000  Quebec Agnès Charrette Portage la Prairie, Manitoba
2001  Ontario Anne Dunn Calgary, Alberta
2002  Ontario Anne Dunn St. Thomas, Ontario
2003  Saskatchewan Nancy Kerr Lethbridge, Alberta
2004  Ontario Anne Dunn Vernon, British Columbia
2005  Ontario Joyce Potter East St. Paul, Manitoba
2006  Ontario Anne Dunn Summerside, Prince Edward Island
2007  Alberta Diane Foster Trois-Rivières, Quebec
2008  British Columbia Pat Sanders Prince Albert, Saskatchewan
2009  Nova Scotia Colleen Pinkney Summerside, Prince Edward Island
2010  British Columbia Christine Jurgenson Ottawa, Ontario
2011  New Brunswick Heidi Hanlon Digby, Nova Scotia
2012  Alberta Cathy King Abbotsford, British Columbia
2013  Nova Scotia Colleen Pinkney Summerside, Prince Edward Island
2014  Manitoba Lois Fowler Yellowknife, Northwest Territories
2015  Alberta Terri Loblaw Edmonton, Alberta
2016  Nova Scotia Colleen Jones Digby, Nova Scotia
2017

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