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The Canadian Deaf Curling Association (CDCA) represents, supports, and promotes the sport of curling all across Canada.  CDCA is committed to providing Deaf and Hard of Hearing curlers support and opportunities in order to facilitate growth, enjoyment, and competitive success.  CDCA is a national association that is made of Deaf and Hard of Hearing curlers from across Canada.  The Canadian Deaf Curling Championships (CDCC), formerly as FSSC/NOSC, was established in 1979 and is now the annual main event.

CDCA encourages competitive curling at all levels, such as Senior Mixed (45+), Senior, Mixed and Junior for both Men and Women. The established age to participate at the CDCC level is 18 years of age and up.