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Chronology of CDCC
1)      At Port Moody, BC on March 21 - 24, 1979, hosted by British Columbia Deaf Sports Federation and chaired by Bob Briere.  FSSC/CDSA President William McGovern was present to award the metals to the winning rinks.  Four Men's rinks (BC, AB, SK and MB) and three Women's Rinks (BC, AB and MB).

2)      At Montreal, PQ on April 8 - 12, 1980 at Wentworth Curling Club, hosted by FSSC and assisted by Macklin Youngs in cooperation of Ronald Fee. Five Men's rinks (BC, AB, SK, MB and PQ) and three Women's rinks (BC, AB and MB).

3)      At Winnipeg, MB on March 30 - April 4, 1981 at Fort Garry Curling Club, Sponsored by Manitoba Deaf Sports Association and chaired by Bruce Jack. Six Men's rinks (same as 1980) and four Women's rinks (Quebec being the new comer).

4)      At Quebec City, PQ on April 4 - 10,1982, hosted by Association Des Sourds de Quebec Inc. And chaired by Jacques Boudreault. Five Men's rinks (BC, AB, SK, MB and PQ) and five Women's rinks (BC, AB, SK, MB and PQ).

5)      At Edmonton, AB on March 13 - 19, 1983 at Shamrock Curling Club, Hosted Federation of Silent Sports of Alberta and Chaired by George Pody. Six Men's rinks (BC, AB, SK, MB, ON and PQ) and four Women's rinks (BC, AB, SK and MB).

6)      At Toronto, ON on April 1 - 7, 1984 at Avonlea Curling Club. Hosted by Metro Toronto Curling Club for the Deaf and Chaired by William Mayfield as well as Lee Johnson as Public Relations. Eight Men's Rinks (BC, AB, SK, MB, ON, PQ, long with NS and NL as unofficial entries) and six Women's rinks (BC, AB, SK, MB, ON and PQ).

7)      At Saskatoon, SK, March 10 - 16, 1985 at Granite Curling Club. Hosted by Saskatoon Deaf Athletic Club and Chaired by Peter Sicoli. Six Men's rinks ( AB, SK, MB, ON, PQ and NS) and five Woman's rinks (AB, SK, MB, ON and PQ).

8)      At Ottawa, ON, April 6 - 12, 1986 at Rideau Curling Club. Hosted by Ottawa Deaf Sports Club. Chaired by Anthony Herbert along with honorary chairman Roger Wilson. Eight Men's rinks (BC, AB, SK, MB, ON, PQ, NS and NB) and six Women's rinks (AB, SK, MB, ON, PQ, and NS).

9)      At Winnipeg, MB on March 29 - April 4, 1987 at Pembina Curling Club. Hosted by Manitoba Deaf Curling Association. Chaired by Ross Heath. Dave Jowett as Honourary Chairman and Mike Riley as Public Relations. Nine Men's rinks (BC, AB, SK, MB, ON, PQ, NS and PE) NS and five Women's rinks (AB, MB, ON, PQ, and NB).

10)    At Montreal, PQ on March 13 - 19, 1988 at the Mount Royal Curling Club. Hosted by Montreal Association of the Deaf and chaired by Macklin Youngs. Ten Men's rinks ( All Provinces) and eight Women's rinks (BC, AB, SK, MB, ON, PQ, NB, and NL).

11)    At Vancouver, BC on March 26 - April 1, 1989 at Vancouver Curling Club. Hosted By the British Columbia Deaf Sports Federation and Chaired by Ron Fee. Ten Men's rinks ( all provinces) and eight Women's rinks (BC, AB, SK, MB, ON, PQ, NS, and NL). Two Senior mixed teams (BC, and ON) as Exhibition.

12)    At Halifax, NS on April 8 - 14, 1990 at Mayflower Curling Club. Hosted by Nova Scotia Deaf Curling Association and chaired by Andy Hopkins. Ten Men's rinks (all provinces) and eight Women's rinks (BC, AB, SK, MB, ON, PQ, NS and NL).

13)    At Banff, AB on March 2 - 9, 1991 at Banff Recreation Center, hosted by Alberta Deaf Curling Association and chaired by Ross Lawrence. Seven Men's rinks (BC, AB, SK, MB, ON, PQ and NB); six Women's rinks (BC, AB, SK, MB, ON and NS) during the XII World Winter Games of the Deaf, February 28 - March 8, 1991, as a demonstration sport.

14)    At Ottawa, ON on March 1 - 6, 1992 at RA Center Curling Club, hosted by the 1992 Canadian Winter Games for the Physically Disabled with the aid of the Ottawa Deaf Curling Club chaired by Tony Herbert. Eight Men's rinks (BC, AB, SK, NO, NS and NB) and five Women's rinks (BC, AB, MB, ON and NL).

15)    At Richmond, BC on April - 17, 1993 at Richmond Winter Club, hosted by British Columbia Deaf Sports Federation and chaired by Bradford Bentley. Seven Men's rinks (BC, AB, SK, MB, NO, ON and PQ) and five Women's rinks (BC, AB, MB, ON and NL).

16)    At St. John's, NL on March 20 - 26, 1994 at the St. John's Curling Club, hosted by Newfoundland Deaf Sports Association and chaired by Myles Murphy.  Ten Men's rinks (BC, AB, SK, MB, NO, ON, PQ, NB, NS, and NL) and five Women's rinks (BC, AB, MB, ON and NL).

17)    At Saskatoon, SK on March 5 - 11, 1995 at the Granite Curling Club, hosted by Saskatoon Deaf Athletic Club and chaired by Kenneth Dittrick. Six Men's rinks (BC, AB, SK, MB, NO and ON) and four Women's rinks (BC, AB, MB, and NL).

18)    At Kingston, ON on March 9 - 16, 1996 at the Cataraqui Golf and Country Club, hosted by Kingston Regional Association of the Deaf and chaired by Chris Platt. Eight Men's rinks (BC, AB, MB, NO, ON, PQ, NB and NS) and four Women's rinks (BC, AB, MB and NL).

19)    At Portage la Prairie, MB on March 23 - 29, 1997 at the Portage Curling Club, hosted by Manitoba Deaf Curling Association and chaired by Sue Tebow. Six Men's rinks (BC, AB, SK, MB, NO and ON), four Women's rinks (BC, AB, MB and NL) and four Mixed rinks (BC, MB, NO and ON).

20)    At Winnipeg, MB on March 15 - 21, 1998 at the Fort Garry Curling Club, hosted by Manitoba Deaf Curling Association and co-chaired by Mar Koskie and Sue Tebow. Seven Men's rinks (YT, BC, AB, SK, MB, NO and ON), four Women's rinks (BC, AB, MB, and NL) and six Mixed rinks (BC, AB, SK, MB, NO and NS).

21)    At Edmonton, AB on March 21 - 27, 1999 at the Avonair Curling Club, hosted by Edmonton Deaf Curling Association and chaired by Dean Sutton. Seven Men's rinks (YT, BC, AB, SK, MB, NO and NB), four Women's rinks (BC, AB, MB and NL) and six Mixed rinks (BC, AB, MB, SK, MB, NO and NS).

22)    At Saint John, NB on March 26 - April 1, 2000 at the Thistle - St. Andrews Curling Club, hosted by New Brunswick Deaf Sports Association and chaired by Eugene Frost. Nine Men's rinks (YT, BC, AB, SK, MB, NO, PQ, NB and NS) and six Mixed rinks (BC, AB, MB, NO, NB and NS).

23)    At Whitehorse, YT on April 1 - 7, 2001 at the Mt. McIntyre Recreation Center, hosted by Yukon Deaf Curling Association and chaired by Lewis Hartland. Eight Men's rinks (YT, BC, AB, SK, MB, NO, NB and NS) and four Women's rinks (BC, AB, MB and NO).

24)    At Halifax, NS on April 14 - 20, 2002 at the Mayflower Curling Club, hosted by Nova Scotia Deaf Curling Association and chaired by Justin DeBaie. Nine Men's rinks (BC, AB, SK, MB, NO, ON, PQ, NB and NS) and seven Mixed rinks (BC, AB, MB, ON, NB, NS and HFX (host)).

25)    At Richmond, BC on March 16 - 22, 2003 at the Richmond Curling Club, hosted by Greater Vancouver Deaf Curling Club and chaired by Hester Hussey. Seven Men's rinks (BC, AB, SK, MB, ON, PQ and NS), five Women's rinks (BC, AB, MB, NS and VR (host)), five Mixed rinks (BC, AB, MB, ON and NS) and five Senior Men's rinks (BC, AB, MB, ON, and NS).

26)    At Ottawa, ON on April 4 - 10, 2004 at the RA Center, hosted by Ottawa Deaf Curling Club and chaired by Bruce Ullett. Nine Men's rinks (BC, AB, SK, MB, NO, ON, PQ, NB and NS), five Mixed rinks (BC, AB, MB, ON and NS) and four Senior Men's rinks (BC, AB, ON and OTT (host)).

27)    At Saskatoon, SK on April 3 - 9, 2005 at the Granite Curling Club, hosted by Saskatchewan Deaf Sports Association and co-chaired by Glenn Bowman and Paulette Smith.  Six Men's rinks (BC, AB, SK, MB, PQ, NS) and six Mixed rinks (BC, AB, SK, MB, ON, NS).

28)    At Ville Mont-Royal (Montreal), PQ on April 2 - 8, 2006 at the Club de curling Mont-Royal, hosted  by Association Sportive des Sourds du Quebec and chaired by Paul Arcand.  Six Men's rinks (BC, SK, MB, ON, PQ, NB), six Mixed rinks (BC, AB, SK, MB, ON, NB) and five Senior Men's (BC, AB, ON, PQ, NS).

29)    At Edmonton, AB on October 6 - 7, 2006 (1st Canadian Deaf Women Curling Championship)
at the Saville Sports Centre.  Three Women's rinks (BC, AB, MB).

30)   At Winnipeg, MB on March 25 - 31, 2007 at the Assiniboine Memorial Curling Club, hosted by Manitoba Deaf Curling and co-chaired by Michael Austria and Ross LaVallee.  Five Men's rinks (BC, SK, MB, NO, PQ), four Mixed rinks (BC, AB, MB, ON) and four Senior Men's (BC, AB, MB, PQ). 

31)    At Edmonton, AB on March 23 - 29, 2008 at the Ellerslie Curling Club, hosted by Alberta Deaf Curling Association and chaired by Lynnette Charest-Lapratte.  Six Men's rinks (BC, AB, MB, ON, NO, PQ), three Women's rinks (BC, AB, and MB), and three Senior Men's rinks (BC, MB, and PQ).

32)    At Richmond, BC on March 28 - April 3, 2010 at the Richmond Curling Club, hosted by Greater Vancouver Deaf Curling Club and chaired by Cecil Tong. Six Men's rinks (BC, AB, SK, MB, ON, PQ), four Women's rinks (BC, AB, MB, VR (host)).