Curling made its first appearance at the 1924 Olympics, returning as a demonstration sport in 1932, 1988, and 1992, before joining the program officially in 1998.
Canada has been a dominant force in Olympic curling, winning a gold medal at each Games since 1998, and winning gold in the inaugural mixed doubles event in 2018.
Curling has featured on every Canada Winter Games program since the beginning in 1967, with mixed doubles set to debut in 2023. Featuring alumni such as Jennifer Jones, Kaitlyn Lawes, and Marc Kennedy, the Canada Games has been an important stepping stone on the route to Olympic gold.
Located in the heart of Montague, the club is widely supported by the local community and is home to many community fundraisers including the popular Milkcan Bonspiel.
Nestled on the scenic shores of Summerside, the Silver Fox Curling & Yacht Club is PEI’s largest permanent curling facility. The club has a long history of hosting high profile curling events such as the 1991 Canada Winter Games, 2002 Canadian Junior Curling Championship and 2013 Canadian Senior Curling Championship.