Travelers Curling Club Championship
|Travelers Curling Club Championships|
|2016 host city||Kelowna, British Columbia|
|2016 arena||Kelowna Curling Club|
|2016 men's champion||Cataraqui G&CC|
|2016 women's champion||Fort Rouge CC|
|2016 Travelers Curling Club Championship|
The Travelers Curling Club Championship (formerly known as The Dominion Curling Club Championship) is an annual curling tournament held in Canada. The tournament features the top "club level" curlers from every province and territory in Canada, plus Northern Ontario.
The first event was held in 2009. Each province and territory holds a series of playdowns where only one team per curling club is allowed an entry. Each curling club selects their teams independently with many choosing their respective club champions.
The event features only "club level" curlers. This means that top curling teams are barred from entry. Teams can only have one player who has played in a provincial men's, women's or seniors event that season or the previous season or in a Capital One Grand Slam of Curling event that year or in the previous year.
|Year||Location||Men's winning club||Women's winning club|
|2009||Toronto, Ontario||Chatham Granite (Chatham, Ontario)||High Park (Toronto, Ontario)|
|2010||Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island||Sutherland CC (Saskatoon, Saskatchewan)||Lethbridge CC (Lethbridge, Alberta)|
|2011||Richmond, British Columbia||Red Deer CC (Red Deer, Alberta)||Granite CC (Winnipeg, Manitoba)|
|2012||Toronto, Ontario||Crestwood CC (Edmonton, Alberta)||Quinte CC (Belleville, Ontario)|
|2013||Thunder Bay, Ontario||Crestwood CC (Edmonton, Alberta)||Brandon CC (Brandon, Manitoba)|
|2014||Halifax, Nova Scotia||Nutana CC (Saskatoon, Saskatchewan)||Westmount G&CC (Kitchener, Ontario)|
|2015||Ottawa, Ontario||St. John's CC (St. John's, Newfoundland and Labrador)||Cornwall CC (Cornwall, Prince Edward Island)|
|2016||Kelowna, British Columbia||Cataraqui G&CC (Kingston, Ontario)||Fort Rouge CC (Winnipeg, Manitoba)|