Governor General's Curling Club

This group photo was taken at the 2018 Safari in Quebec City. Photograph courtesy of Joe Gurowka


Recent postings
 Registration for the Halifax Safari from September 11 to 14, 2022
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Governor General's Trophy competition won't be held in 2022
GGCC merchandise is now available for purchase 
Recognition and In Memoria 2022


A Brief History


The Vice-Regal Curling Club was founded by Lord Dufferin in 1874. He built a covered curling rink so that he and his staff could play the "roarin' game", and established the Governor General's Trophy competition that is still played today. In 1910 the Vice-Regal Curling Club was renamed the Governor General's Curling Club, and a number of prominent curlers in the Ottawa area were invited to become members. Since that time, the focus of the Club has been to recognize Canadians who have made a significant contribution to curling locally, provincially or nationally, not only as competitive curlers, but also as builders and administrators. The men and women of today's Club come from all walks of life and are proud to be honoured by membership in this historic organization.