The NWTCA is the governing body for the sport of curling in the NWT. Working with the members’ clubs, the NWTCA works to ensure the sustainability of curling in the NWT. Click Here to go to the NWTCA website.
What are the Benefits of Affiliation?
Keep up to date on curling news
- Through information provided to Club Representatives
- NWTCA website
- NWTCA Facebook page
For Member Clubs
The NWTCA provided members clubs with the following:
- A voice in the governance of curling
- Business of Curling Training
- Quality Ice Technician Training
- Through partnership with Curling Canada, affiliated clubs have access to Curling I/O, a registration and league management system
For Affiliated Members
The NWTCA provides training through clinics, workshops, and camps for:
The NWTCA operates a variety of championships throughout the season. The Association provides:
- The logistics and operations of championships leading to Canadian National Championships – U18 Juniors, U21 Juniors, Ladies, Men’s, Seniors, Mixed, Mixed Doubles, Curling Clubs, and Masters.
- The logistics and operations of championships leading to multi-sport games: Arctic Winter Games and Canada Winter Games.
- The logistics and operations of Rock the Rings (U12 and U15) championships.
- Monetary assistance with local youth curling initiatives.
- Jackets, shirts and monetary assistance for all teams travelling to all National events except Men’s and Ladies (this is provided by Curling Canada)
- Training for Officials