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The Canada 150 With support through the Canada 150 Community Infrastructure Program the Winchester Curling Club was able install a “setback system” in order to save money on our yearly operating expenses. Without the help from the Canada 150 Community Infrastructure program this would not have been possible and we wish to express our sincerest thanks. Avec l’appui du Programme d’infrastructure communautaire de Canada 150 le club de curling Winchester a été en mesure d’installer un «système de setback» afin d’économiser de l’argent sur nos dépenses de fonctionnement annuelles. Sans l’aide du programme Infrastructures communautaires du Canada 150, cela n’aurait pas été possible et nous tenons à exprimer nos plus sincères remerciements.
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The Ottawa Valley Curling Association is the regional governing body for the sport of curling in the Ottawa valley region of Eastern Ontario and Western Quebec.      The O.V.C.A was founded in 1957. It operates a number of bonspiels, most notably the City of Ottawa Men’s Bonspiel which occurs every March. It is one of the largest bonspiels in the World, and has been running annually since 1956.
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The Ontario Curling Association is the governing body of curling in Southern Ontario.  Northern Ontario is governed by the Northern Ontario Curling Association. The OCA sends a team to represent Team Ontario at all major Canadian Championships except the Scott Tournament of Hearts. The NOCF sends a separate team to all of these events except the Hearts. At the Hearts, a unified Ontario team is sent and it is governed by the       Ontario Ladies’ Curling Association.
The Canadian Curling Association (CCA) is a Canadian organization responsible for encouraging and facilitating growth and development of the sport of curling. The CCA is associated with more than a dozen provincial and       territorial curling associations across the country.  The CCA was created in 1990 when Curl Canada and the Canadian Ladies’ Curling Association amalgamated.
The Township of North Dundas is a friendly community of over 12,000, less than 30km  south of the Nation’s Capital, Ottawa, which offers a harmonious  combination of urban and rural amenities that appeal to a wide variety of  lifestyles. Come visit for a day, a weekend, a lifetime.

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