City of Toronto Parks, Forestry & Recreation Completes Phase 1 of Their Curling Assessment
PFR (Parks, Forestry & Recreation) completes the first phase of their Curling Assessment - the interviews with the curling club managers and other club contacts to
understand the current situation, membership issues and trends.
PFR has received the green light to set up a Stakeholder Reference Group meeting. This is the second phase. In light of the COVID-19 restrictions, they're working with colleagues at the City to convene this via a digital formate, likely WebEx. This approach is new for them and they still have some details to work out.
All things considered, given the impact of COVID-19, PFR is doing well to stay rough on schedule. They are not suggesting any change to the Q4 target for their report. Have your say now by taking this link:
West End Curling Centre Registration Continues – Sign up as a “Future Member”
West End Curling Centre is working with supporters and partners to build a new curling facility in Central Etobicoke to satisfy the demand of curlers. If you’d like to secure your spot when this centre opens(est. 3-5 years), sign up now and confirm with payment just prior to opening.
- Secures one of a limited number of spots in the new centre
- Access to weekly league play and other free ice opportunities (once opened)
- Access to WECC and other Toronto Curling Association club bonspiels (in the interim)
- Keep informed about developments with West End Curling Centre.
Fill in the registration form below to save your spot at West End Curling Centre!