Scotties Tournament of Hearts

Scotties Tournament of Hearts

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The Scotties Tournament of Hearts (French
French language
French is a Romance language spoken as a first language in France, the Romandy region in Switzerland, Wallonia and Brussels in Belgium, Monaco, the regions of Quebec and Acadia in Canada, and by various communities elsewhere. Second-language speakers of French are distributed throughout many parts...

: Le Tournoi des Coeurs Scotties
) is an annual Canadian women's curling
Curling
Curling is a sport in which players slide stones across a sheet of ice towards a target area. It is related to bowls, boule and shuffleboard. Two teams, each of four players, take turns sliding heavy, polished granite stones, also called "rocks", across the ice curling sheet towards the house, a...

 championship, sanctioned by the Canadian Curling Association
Canadian Curling Association
The Canadian Curling Association is a Canadian organization responsible for encouraging and facilitating growth and development of the sport of curling. The CCA is associated with more than a dozen provincial and territorial curling associations across the country.-History:The CCA was created in...

. The winner goes on to represent Canada at the women's world curling championships. Since 1985, the winner also gets to return to the following year's tournament as "Team Canada". It is formally known as the Canadian Women's Curling Championship.

Kruger Products, previously known as Scott Paper Limited, is the event sponsor.
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Le Tournoi des Coeurs Scotties
Current Champions: Amber Holland
Amber Holland
Amber Holland is a Canadian curler. Holland skipped Saskatchewan's team to a national women's championship in 2011 by defeating defending champion Jennifer Jones in the Scotties Tournament of Hearts...

 (Team Canada)
2012 Scotties Tournament of Hearts
2012 Scotties Tournament of Hearts
The 2012 Scotties Tournament of Hearts, the Canadian women's national curling championship, will be held from February 18 to February 26 at the ENMAX Centrium in Red Deer, Alberta.-Teams:-Standings:-Draw 1:February 18, 1:00 PM MT-Draw 2:...

2012 Host City: Red Deer, Alberta
Red Deer, Alberta
Red Deer is a city in Central Alberta, Canada. It is located near the midpoint of the Calgary-Edmonton Corridor and is surrounded by Red Deer County. It is Alberta's third-most-populous city – after Calgary and Edmonton. The city is located in aspen parkland, a region of rolling hills...

2012 Venue: ENMAX Centrium
ENMAX Centrium
The ENMAX Centrium is a two-tier 6,706-seat multi-purpose arena in Red Deer, Alberta, Canada. It was built in 1991 and is home to the Red Deer Rebels hockey team. When utilizing floor seating, the arena can hold a maximum of 6,828 people...



The Scotties Tournament of Hearts (French
French language
French is a Romance language spoken as a first language in France, the Romandy region in Switzerland, Wallonia and Brussels in Belgium, Monaco, the regions of Quebec and Acadia in Canada, and by various communities elsewhere. Second-language speakers of French are distributed throughout many parts...

: Le Tournoi des Coeurs Scotties
) is an annual Canadian women's curling
Curling
Curling is a sport in which players slide stones across a sheet of ice towards a target area. It is related to bowls, boule and shuffleboard. Two teams, each of four players, take turns sliding heavy, polished granite stones, also called "rocks", across the ice curling sheet towards the house, a...

 championship, sanctioned by the Canadian Curling Association
Canadian Curling Association
The Canadian Curling Association is a Canadian organization responsible for encouraging and facilitating growth and development of the sport of curling. The CCA is associated with more than a dozen provincial and territorial curling associations across the country.-History:The CCA was created in...

. The winner goes on to represent Canada at the women's world curling championships. Since 1985, the winner also gets to return to the following year's tournament as "Team Canada". It is formally known as the Canadian Women's Curling Championship.

Kruger Products, previously known as Scott Paper Limited, is the event sponsor. The tournament had been known as the Scott Tournament of Hearts since 1982. However, in June 2007, competitor Kimberly-Clark
Kimberly-Clark
Kimberly-Clark Corporation is an American corporation that produces mostly paper-based consumer products. Kimberly-Clark brand name products include "Kleenex" facial tissue, "Kotex" feminine hygiene products, "Cottonelle", Scott and Andrex toilet paper, Wypall utility wipes, "KimWipes"...

 (which purchased the Scott Paper Company
Scott Paper Company
The Scott Paper Company is a USA-based corporation which manufactures mostly paper based consumer products.Scott Paper was founded in 1879 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania by brothers E. Irvin and Clarence Scott, and is often credited as being the first to market toilet paper sold on a roll...

, the Canadian firm's former parent, in 1997) gained full control of the Scott name and certain associated brands in Canada. Facial tissue brand Scotties
Scotties
Scotties is a facial tissue brand originally owned by the Scott Paper Company, created in 1955. It is noted for its emphasis on softness.Kimberly-Clark, owner of the rival Kleenex brand, acquired Scott Paper in 1997. For competitive reasons, Kimberly-Clark was required to resell the Scotties...

 is an exception – Kruger will continue to sell Scotties products indefinitely, due to Kimberly-Clark's prior ownership of the Kleenex
Kleenex
Kleenex is a brand name for a variety of toiletry paper-based products such as facial tissue, bathroom tissue, paper towels, and diapers. The name Kleenex is a registered trademark of Kimberly-Clark Worldwide, Inc. Often used as a genericized trademark, especially in the United States, "Kleenex"...

 brand – so the event has been renamed with the Scotties brand. The name change was announced shortly after the 2006 event. http://www.tsn.ca/curling/news_story.asp?ID=159528

The format is a round robin of 12 teams. There is one team from each of the provinces and one team from the territories. As this only makes 11 teams, the 12th team is made up of the previous year's winning team. This differs slightly from the men's annual Brier
Tim Hortons Brier
The Tim Hortons Brier, or simply the Brier, is the annual Canadian men's curling championship, sanctioned by the Canadian Curling Association . The current event name refers to its main sponsor, the Tim Hortons coffee and doughnut shop chain.The Brier has been held since 1927, traditionally during...

 tournament where the 12th team comes from Northern Ontario. The teams are the provincial champions of the province they represent.

At the end of the round-robin, a playoffs occur to determine the championship. The system used is known as the Page playoff system
Page playoff system
The Page playoff system is a playoff format used primarily in softball and curling at the championship level. Teams are seeded using a round-robin tournament and the top four play a mix of a single-elimination and double-elimination tournament to determine the winner...

.

Pre-history


1913 marked a significant point in women's curling when both the Manitoba Bonspiel and the Ontario Curling Association
Ontario Curling Association
The Ontario Curling Association is the governing body of curling in Southern Ontario. Northern Ontario is governed by the Northern Ontario Curling Association. The OCA sends a team to represent Team Ontario at all major Canadian Championships except the Scott Tournament of Hearts. The NOCF sends a...

 began with having women's curling events. Other provinces would later add provincial women's championships, but it wasn't until the 1950s that a higher level of women's curling began to occur. At this time there was a Western Canada Women's Championship (sponsored by the T. Eaton Company
Eaton's
The T. Eaton Co. Limited was once Canada's largest department store retailer. It was founded in 1869 in Toronto by Timothy Eaton, an Irish immigrant. Eaton's grew to become a retail and social institution in Canada, with stores across the country, buying offices across the globe, and a catalogue...

) but no tournament existed for the eastern provinces. By 1959, Eaton's pulled their sponsorship, giving an opportunity for the organizers of the Western championships the initiative to have a national championship.

In 1960, the Canadian Ladies' Curling Association was created with Dominion Stores Ltd.
Dominion Stores (Ontario)
Dominion Stores was once a national chain of supermarkets in Canada, which was still known as the Dominion of Canada at the time of the company's founding. The chain was founded in 1919 in Ontario and was later acquired by Conrad Black's Argus Corporation...

 seeking to sponsor a national championship. That year, an eastern championship occurred so that the winner could play the winner of the western championship. In this event, Ruth Smith and her team from Lacolle, Quebec
Lacolle, Quebec
Lacolle is a municipality in southern Quebec, Canada located in the administrative area of the Montérégie. The population as of the Canada 2006 Census was 2,512...

 faced off against Joyce McKee
Joyce McKee
Joyce McKee is a Canadian curler from Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. She is a five time Canadian champion.McKee won her very first provincial title as a skip in 1954, before the creation of a Canadian women's championship. She won again in 1960, earning the right to play at the Western Canada women's...

's team from Saskatchewan (consisting of Sylvia Fedoruk
Sylvia Fedoruk
Sylvia Olga Fedoruk, OC, SOM is a Canadian scientist, curler and the 17th Lieutenant Governor of Saskatchewan.Born in Canora, Saskatchewan, of Ukrainian immigrants, she received a Bachelor of Arts degree in physics at the University of Saskatchewan, in 1949, and a M.A...

, Donna Belding and Muriel Cobing) with McKee winning. The game between the two teams was played in Oshawa
Oshawa
Oshawa is a city in Ontario, Canada, on the Lake Ontario shoreline. It lies in Southern Ontario approximately 60 kilometres east of downtown Toronto. It is commonly viewed as the eastern anchor of both the Greater Toronto Area and the Golden Horseshoe. It is now commonly referred to as the most...

, Ontario
Ontario
Ontario is a province of Canada, located in east-central Canada. It is Canada's most populous province and second largest in total area. It is home to the nation's most populous city, Toronto, and the nation's capital, Ottawa....

.

The following year a tournament was organized with the same format as the Brier and was held in Ottawa
Ottawa
Ottawa is the capital of Canada, the second largest city in the Province of Ontario, and the fourth largest city in the country. The city is located on the south bank of the Ottawa River in the eastern portion of Southern Ontario...

. McKee won again, with a new front end of Barbara MacNevin and Rosa McFee.

Early history


In 1967, Dominion Stores were unable to reach a compromise with the organizers of the tournament, and their sponsorship fell. The Canadian Ladies' Curling Association ran the tournament by themselves with no sponsorship.

Sylvia Fedoruk
Sylvia Fedoruk
Sylvia Olga Fedoruk, OC, SOM is a Canadian scientist, curler and the 17th Lieutenant Governor of Saskatchewan.Born in Canora, Saskatchewan, of Ukrainian immigrants, she received a Bachelor of Arts degree in physics at the University of Saskatchewan, in 1949, and a M.A...

, after assuming the presidency of the Canadian Ladies' Curling Association found a sponsor in the Macdonald Tobacco Company, the same sponsor as the Brier. Their sponsorship began in 1972 with the tournament being called the "Macdonald Lassie" championship, after the company's trademark.

In 1979, under increasing pressure from the anti-tobacco policies of the Canadian Government, the Macdonald Tobacco Company pulled their sponsorship from both the Brier and the Women's championship. The Canadian Ladies' Curling Association ran the tournament without a sponsorship again for the next couple of years. 1979 also marked the first year of the Women's World Curling Championship, where the national champion would play.

Tournament of Hearts


Robin Wilson, a member of the 1979 championship team, and a former employee of Scott Paper
Scott Paper Limited
Kruger Products Limited, formerly Scott Paper Limited, is Canada's leading manufacturer and distributor of towel and tissue products for consumer, in-home, use and for commercial, away-from-home, use. Formerly a majority-owned subsidiary of Scott Paper Company, it was acquired by Kruger Inc...

 led an effort to get the company to sponsor the championships. It was successful, and in 1982 the first Scott Tournament of Hearts was held.

The Scott Tournament of Hearts would last 25 years, and saw the likes of many great teams. The first Tournament of Hearts was won by Colleen Jones
Colleen Jones
Colleen P. Jones is a Canadian curler and television personality. She is best known as the skip of two women's world championship teams and six Tournament of Hearts Canadian women's championships, including an unprecedented four titles in a row...

 and her Nova Scotia team. It would take her 18 years to win another, but she would cap it off with another four championships for a grand total of six championships. Other great curlers at the Hearts have been Connie Laliberte
Connie Laliberte
Connie Laliberte is a Canadian curler from Manitoba and world champion.-Championships:Laliberte became world champion in 1984 as skip for the Canadian team....

 and Jennifer Jones
Jennifer Jones (curler)
Jennifer Jones is a Canadian curler from East St. Paul, Manitoba. Jones, a lawyer, is corporate counsel for Wellington West Capital and a Windsor Park Collegiate graduate.-Early success:...

 of Manitoba, Heather Houston
Heather Houston
Heather Houston is a Canadian curler and world champion.-International championships:Houston became world champion in 1989 as skip for the Canadian team...

 and Marilyn Bodogh
Marilyn Bodogh
Marilyn C. Bodogh is a Canadian curler, colour commentator and political candidate....

 of Ontario
Ontario
Ontario is a province of Canada, located in east-central Canada. It is Canada's most populous province and second largest in total area. It is home to the nation's most populous city, Toronto, and the nation's capital, Ottawa....

, Sandra Schmirler
Sandra Schmirler
Sandra Marie Schmirler, SOM , was a Canadian curler, who captured three Canadian Curling Championships and three World Curling Championships. Schmirler skipped her Canadian team to a gold medal at the 1998 Winter Olympics, the first year curling was a medal sport...

 of Saskatchewan and Kelly Scott
Kelly Scott
Kelly Scott is a Canadian curler from Kelowna, British Columbia.-1995-2005:...

 of British Columbia.

The new sponsorship made the tournament popular when it began to be televised. Today, TSN
The Sports Network
The Sports Network, commonly abbreviated as TSN, is a Canadian English language Category C specialty channel and is Canada's leading English language sports TV channel. TSN premiered in 1984, in the first group of Canadian specialty cable channels...

 covers the entire tournament. CBC
Canadian Broadcasting Corporation
The Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, commonly known as CBC and officially as CBC/Radio-Canada, is a Canadian crown corporation that serves as the national public radio and television broadcaster...

 had covered the semi-finals and the finals up until the 2007-08 season.

Diamond D Championship

Tournament Winning Locale Winning Team Host
1961
1961 Diamond D Championship
The 1961 Dominion Diamond "D" Championship was the very first Canadian women's curling championship. It was held at the Ottawa Hunt and Golf Club February 27 to March 3. The format was a round robin, and a playoff was held to determine 2nd place due to a three-way tie...

 Saskatchewan Joyce McKee
Joyce McKee
Joyce McKee is a Canadian curler from Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. She is a five time Canadian champion.McKee won her very first provincial title as a skip in 1954, before the creation of a Canadian women's championship. She won again in 1960, earning the right to play at the Western Canada women's...

, Sylvia Fedoruk
Sylvia Fedoruk
Sylvia Olga Fedoruk, OC, SOM is a Canadian scientist, curler and the 17th Lieutenant Governor of Saskatchewan.Born in Canora, Saskatchewan, of Ukrainian immigrants, she received a Bachelor of Arts degree in physics at the University of Saskatchewan, in 1949, and a M.A...

, Barbara MacNevin, Rosa McFee
Ottawa
Ottawa
Ottawa is the capital of Canada, the second largest city in the Province of Ontario, and the fourth largest city in the country. The city is located on the south bank of the Ottawa River in the eastern portion of Southern Ontario...

1962  British Columbia Ina Hansen, Ada Callas, Isabel Leith, May Shaw Regina, Saskatchewan
Regina, Saskatchewan
Regina is the capital city of the Canadian province of Saskatchewan. The city is the second-largest in the province and a cultural and commercial centre for southern Saskatchewan. It is governed by Regina City Council. Regina is the cathedral city of the Roman Catholic and Romanian Orthodox...

1963 New Brunswick
New Brunswick
New Brunswick is one of Canada's three Maritime provinces and is the only province in the federation that is constitutionally bilingual . The provincial capital is Fredericton and Saint John is the most populous city. Greater Moncton is the largest Census Metropolitan Area...

Mabel DeWare
Mabel DeWare
Mabel Margaret DeWare is a Canadian politician, curler, and retired Senator.Born in Moncton, New Brunswick, she skipped her team to a New Brunswick and Canadian Curling Association Ladies Curling championship in 1963, forerunner to the Scott Tournament of Hearts.In 1978, she was elected to the...

, Harriet Stratton, Forbis Stevenson, Marjorie Fraser
Saint John, New Brunswick
Saint John, New Brunswick
City of Saint John , or commonly Saint John, is the largest city in the province of New Brunswick, and the first incorporated city in Canada. The city is situated along the north shore of the Bay of Fundy at the mouth of the Saint John River. In 2006 the city proper had a population of 74,043...

1964  British Columbia Ina Hansen, Ada Callas, Isabel Leith, May Shaw Edmonton, Alberta
1965  Manitoba Peggy Casselman, Val Taylor, Pat MacDonald, Pat Scott Halifax, Nova Scotia
1966  Alberta Gale Lee, Hazel Jamison, Sharon Harrington, June Coyle Vancouver, British Columbia
1967  Manitoba Betty Duguid, Joan Ingram, Larie Bradawaski, Dot Rose Montreal, Quebec

Canadian Ladies Curling Association Championship

Tournament Winning Locale Winning Team Host
1968  Alberta Hazel Jamison, Gale Lee, Jackie Spencer, June Coyle Winnipeg, Manitoba
1969 Saskatchewan
Saskatchewan
Saskatchewan is a prairie province in Canada, which has an area of . Saskatchewan is bordered on the west by Alberta, on the north by the Northwest Territories, on the east by Manitoba, and on the south by the U.S. states of Montana and North Dakota....

Joyce McKee
Joyce McKee
Joyce McKee is a Canadian curler from Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. She is a five time Canadian champion.McKee won her very first provincial title as a skip in 1954, before the creation of a Canadian women's championship. She won again in 1960, earning the right to play at the Western Canada women's...

, Vera Pezer
Vera Pezer
Vera Pezer, BA, MA, PhD is the current Chancellor of the University of Saskatchewan. A sports enthusiast, Pezer is a Canadian softball champion, golfing contender, and curling champion. She has been inducted into both the Saskatchewan Sports Halls of Fame and the Canadian Curling Hall of...

, Lenore Morrison, Jennifer Falk
Fort William, Ontario
Fort William, Ontario
Fort William was a city in Northern Ontario, located on the Kaministiquia River, at its entrance to Lake Superior. It amalgamated with Port Arthur and the townships of Neebing and McIntyre to form the city of Thunder Bay in January 1970. Ever since then it has been the largest city in Northwestern...

1970  Saskatchewan Dorenda Schoenhals, Cheryl Stirton, Linda Burnham, Joan Anderson Calgary, Alberta
1971  Saskatchewan Vera Pezer
Vera Pezer
Vera Pezer, BA, MA, PhD is the current Chancellor of the University of Saskatchewan. A sports enthusiast, Pezer is a Canadian softball champion, golfing contender, and curling champion. She has been inducted into both the Saskatchewan Sports Halls of Fame and the Canadian Curling Hall of...

, Sheila Rowan, Joyce McKee
Joyce McKee
Joyce McKee is a Canadian curler from Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. She is a five time Canadian champion.McKee won her very first provincial title as a skip in 1954, before the creation of a Canadian women's championship. She won again in 1960, earning the right to play at the Western Canada women's...

, Lenore Morrison
St. John's, Newfoundland and Labrador
St. John's, Newfoundland and Labrador
St. John's is the capital and largest city in Newfoundland and Labrador, and is the oldest English-founded city in North America. It is located on the eastern tip of the Avalon Peninsula on the island of Newfoundland. With a population of 192,326 as of July 1, 2010, the St...


Macdonald Lassies Championship

Tournament Winning Locale Winning Team Host
1972  Saskatchewan Vera Pezer
Vera Pezer
Vera Pezer, BA, MA, PhD is the current Chancellor of the University of Saskatchewan. A sports enthusiast, Pezer is a Canadian softball champion, golfing contender, and curling champion. She has been inducted into both the Saskatchewan Sports Halls of Fame and the Canadian Curling Hall of...

, Sheila Rowan, Joyce McKee
Joyce McKee
Joyce McKee is a Canadian curler from Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. She is a five time Canadian champion.McKee won her very first provincial title as a skip in 1954, before the creation of a Canadian women's championship. She won again in 1960, earning the right to play at the Western Canada women's...

, Lenore Morrison
Saskatoon, Saskatchewan
1973  Saskatchewan Vera Pezer
Vera Pezer
Vera Pezer, BA, MA, PhD is the current Chancellor of the University of Saskatchewan. A sports enthusiast, Pezer is a Canadian softball champion, golfing contender, and curling champion. She has been inducted into both the Saskatchewan Sports Halls of Fame and the Canadian Curling Hall of...

, Sheila Rowan, Joyce McKee
Joyce McKee
Joyce McKee is a Canadian curler from Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. She is a five time Canadian champion.McKee won her very first provincial title as a skip in 1954, before the creation of a Canadian women's championship. She won again in 1960, earning the right to play at the Western Canada women's...

, Lenore Morrison
Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island
1974  Saskatchewan Emily Farnham, Linda Saunders, Pat McBeath, Donna Collins Victoria, British Columbia
Victoria, British Columbia
Victoria is the capital city of British Columbia, Canada and is located on the southern tip of Vancouver Island off Canada's Pacific coast. The city has a population of about 78,000 within the metropolitan area of Greater Victoria, which has a population of 360,063, the 15th most populous Canadian...

1975  Quebec Lee Tobin, Marilyn McNeil, Michelle Garneau, Laurie Ross Moncton, New Brunswick
Moncton, New Brunswick
Moncton is a Canadian city, located in Westmorland County, New Brunswick. The city is situated in southeastern New Brunswick, within the Petitcodiac River Valley, and lies at the geographic centre of the Maritime Provinces...

1976  British Columbia Lindsay Davie
Lindsay Sparkes
Lindsay Sparkes is a Canadian curler. She is a three-time Canadian champion, world champion and Olympic demonstration champion....

, Dawn Knowles, Robin Klassen, Lorraine Bowles
Winnipeg, Manitoba
1977  Alberta Myrna McQuarrie, Rita Tarnava, Barb Davis, Jane Rempel Halifax, Nova Scotia
1978  Manitoba Cathy Pidzarko, Chris Pidzarko, Iris Armstrong, Patty Vanderkerckhove Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario
Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario
Sault Ste. Marie is a city on the St. Marys River in Algoma District, Ontario, Canada. It is the third largest city in Northern Ontario, after Sudbury and Thunder Bay, with a population of 74,948. The community was founded as a French religious mission: Sault either means "jump" or "rapids" in...

1979  British Columbia Lindsay Sparkes
Lindsay Sparkes
Lindsay Sparkes is a Canadian curler. She is a three-time Canadian champion, world champion and Olympic demonstration champion....

, Dawn Knowles, Robin Wilson, Lorraine Bowles
Montreal, Quebec

Canadian Ladies Curling Association Championship

Tournament Winning Locale Winning Team Finalist Locale Finalist Team Host
1980  Saskatchewan Marj Mitchell
Marj Mitchell
Marjorie Mitchell was a Canadian curler and World Champion. She was skip for the winning team at the 1980 World Curling Championships. Mitchell died of cancer in 1983. The sportsmanship award at the Scotties Tournament of Hearts is called the Marj Mitchell Sportsmanship Award in her...

, Nancy Kerr, Shirley McKendry, Wendy Leach
 Nova Scotia Colleen Jones
Colleen Jones
Colleen P. Jones is a Canadian curler and television personality. She is best known as the skip of two women's world championship teams and six Tournament of Hearts Canadian women's championships, including an unprecedented four titles in a row...

, Sally Jane Saunders, Margaret Knickle, Barbara Jones
Edmonton, Alberta
1981  Alberta Susan Seitz, Judy Erickson, Myrna McKay, Betty McCracken Sue Anne Bartlett, Patricia Dwyer, Joyce Nichols, Jo Ann Bepperling  St. John's, Newfoundland

Scott Tournament of Hearts

Tournament Winning Locale Winning Team Finalist Locale Finalist Team Host
1982
1982 Scott Tournament of Hearts
The 1982 Scott Tournament of Hearts, the Canadian women's national curling championship, was held in Regina, Saskatchewan. It was the first time the championship would go by the Scott name.-Teams:-Standings:-Draw 1:-Draw 2:-Draw 3:...

 Nova Scotia Colleen Jones
Colleen Jones
Colleen P. Jones is a Canadian curler and television personality. She is best known as the skip of two women's world championship teams and six Tournament of Hearts Canadian women's championships, including an unprecedented four titles in a row...

, Kay Smith, Monica Jones, Barbara Jones-Gordon
 Manitoba Dorothy Rose, Lynne Andrews, Kim Crass, Shannon Burns Regina, Saskatchewan
Regina, Saskatchewan
Regina is the capital city of the Canadian province of Saskatchewan. The city is the second-largest in the province and a cultural and commercial centre for southern Saskatchewan. It is governed by Regina City Council. Regina is the cathedral city of the Roman Catholic and Romanian Orthodox...

1983
1983 Scott Tournament of Hearts
The 1983 Scott Tournament of Hearts, the Canadian women's national curling championship, was played in Prince George, British Columbia. -Teams:-Standings:-Draw 1:-Draw 2:-Draw 3:-Draw 4:-Draw 5:-Draw 6:...

 Nova Scotia Penny LaRocque, Sharon Horne, Cathy Caudle, Pam Sanford  Alberta Catharine Shaw, Christine Jurgenson
Christine Jurgenson
Christine "Chris" Jurgenson is a Canadian curler from British Columbia. She is a former World Champion, and is currently the Canadian senior champion....

, Sandra Rippel, Penny Ryan
Prince George, British Columbia
Prince George, British Columbia
Prince George, with a population of 71,030 , is the largest city in northern British Columbia, Canada, and is known as "BC's Northern Capital"...

1984
1984 Scott Tournament of Hearts
The 1984 Scott Tournament of Hearts, the Canadian women's national curling championship, was played in Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island. -Teams:-Standings:-Draw 1:-Draw 2:-Draw 3:-Draw 4:-Draw 5:-Draw 6:...

 Manitoba Connie Laliberte
Connie Laliberte
Connie Laliberte is a Canadian curler from Manitoba and world champion.-Championships:Laliberte became world champion in 1984 as skip for the Canadian team....

, Chris More, Corinne Peters
Corinne Peters
Corinne Peters is a Canadian curler from Winnipeg, Manitoba. She is the twin sister of Connie Laliberte, with whom she played on the Canadian and World championship team of 1984.Peters was inducted into the Manitoba Curling Hall of Fame in 2001....

, Janet Arnott
Janet Arnott
Janet Arnott is a Canadian curler from Manitoba.Arnott was the long time lead for her sister, Connie Laliberte winning the Scott Tournament of Hearts in 1984 and 1992 and the World Curling Championships in 1984...

 Nova Scotia Colleen Jones
Colleen Jones
Colleen P. Jones is a Canadian curler and television personality. She is best known as the skip of two women's world championship teams and six Tournament of Hearts Canadian women's championships, including an unprecedented four titles in a row...

, Wendy Currie, Monica Jones, Barbara Jones-Gordon
Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island
1985
1985 Scott Tournament of Hearts
The 1985 Scott Tournament of Hearts, the Canadian women's national curling championship, was played in Winnipeg, Manitoba. -Teams:-Standings:-Draw 1:-Draw 2:-Draw 3:-Draw 4:-Draw 5:-Draw 6:-Draw 7:...

 British Columbia Linda Moore
Linda Moore
Linda Moore is a Canadian world champion curler. Since 1989, she has been a member of the TSN curling coverage team along with Vic Rauter and formerly Ray Turnbull .-Career:...

, Lindsay Sparkes
Lindsay Sparkes
Lindsay Sparkes is a Canadian curler. She is a three-time Canadian champion, world champion and Olympic demonstration champion....

, Debbie Jones, Laurie Carney
Sue Anne Bartlett, Patricia Dwyer, Margaret Knickle, Debra Herbert Winnipeg
Winnipeg
Winnipeg is the capital and largest city of Manitoba, Canada, and is the primary municipality of the Winnipeg Capital Region, with more than half of Manitoba's population. It is located near the longitudinal centre of North America, at the confluence of the Red and Assiniboine Rivers .The name...

, Manitoba
Manitoba
Manitoba is a Canadian prairie province with an area of . The province has over 110,000 lakes and has a largely continental climate because of its flat topography. Agriculture, mostly concentrated in the fertile southern and western parts of the province, is vital to the province's economy; other...

1986
1986 Scott Tournament of Hearts
The 1986 Scott Tournament of Hearts, the Canadian women's national curling championship, was played in London, Ontario. It was the first year the defending champions would get a berth into the competition and return as Team Canada...

 Ontario Marilyn Darte
Marilyn Bodogh
Marilyn C. Bodogh is a Canadian curler, colour commentator and political candidate....

, Kathy McEdwards, Chris Jurgenson, Jan Augustyn
 Canada Linda Moore
Linda Moore
Linda Moore is a Canadian world champion curler. Since 1989, she has been a member of the TSN curling coverage team along with Vic Rauter and formerly Ray Turnbull .-Career:...

, Lindsay Sparkes
Lindsay Sparkes
Lindsay Sparkes is a Canadian curler. She is a three-time Canadian champion, world champion and Olympic demonstration champion....

, Debbie Jones, Laurie Carney
London, Ontario
London, Ontario
London is a city in Southwestern Ontario, Canada, situated along the Quebec City – Windsor Corridor. The city has a population of 352,395, and the metropolitan area has a population of 457,720, according to the 2006 Canadian census; the metro population in 2009 was estimated at 489,274. The city...

1987
1987 Scott Tournament of Hearts
The 1987 Scott Tournament of Hearts, the Canadian women's national curling championship, was played in Lethbridge, Alberta.-Teams:-Standings:-Draw 1:-Draw 2:-Draw 3:-Draw 4:-Draw 5:-Draw 6:-Draw 7:...

 British Columbia Pat Sanders
Pat Sanders
Pat Sanders is a Canadian curler and world champion.-Championships:Sanders became world champion in 1987 with the Canadian team.Her team won the 1987 Scott Tournament of Hearts, and reached the final in 1988, finishing second....

, Louise Herlinveaux, Georgina Hawkes
Georgina Wheatcroft
Georgina Wheatcroft is a Canadian curler.Wheatcroft made her Scott Tournament of Hearts debut in 1987 as a third for Pat Sanders. Wheatcroft's prior experience had been as a skip at the Canadian Junior Curling Championships in 1985 for British Columbia...

, Deb Massullo
 Manitoba Kathie Ellwood, Cathy Treloar, Laurie Ellwood, Sandra Asham Lethbridge
Lethbridge
Lethbridge is a city in the province of Alberta, Canada, and the largest city in southern Alberta. It is Alberta's fourth-largest city by population after Calgary, Edmonton and Red Deer, and the third-largest by area after Calgary and Edmonton. The nearby Canadian Rockies contribute to the city's...

, Alberta
Alberta
Alberta is a province of Canada. It had an estimated population of 3.7 million in 2010 making it the most populous of Canada's three prairie provinces...

1988
1988 Scott Tournament of Hearts
The 1988 Scott Tournament of Hearts, the Canadian women's national curling championship, was played in Fredericton, New Brunswick.-Teams:-Standings:-Draw 1:-Draw 2:-Draw 3:-Draw 4:-Draw 5:-Draw 6:-Draw 7:...

 Ontario Heather Houston
Heather Houston
Heather Houston is a Canadian curler and world champion.-International championships:Houston became world champion in 1989 as skip for the Canadian team...

, Lorraine Lang
Lorraine Lang
Lorraine Lang is a Canadian curler from Thunder Bay, Ontario.In 1981, Lang won the Canadian Mixed Curling Championship playing lead for her future husband Rick Lang....

, Diane Adams, Tracy Kennedy
 Canada Pat Sanders
Pat Sanders
Pat Sanders is a Canadian curler and world champion.-Championships:Sanders became world champion in 1987 with the Canadian team.Her team won the 1987 Scott Tournament of Hearts, and reached the final in 1988, finishing second....

, Louise Herlinveaux, Georgina Hawkes
Georgina Wheatcroft
Georgina Wheatcroft is a Canadian curler.Wheatcroft made her Scott Tournament of Hearts debut in 1987 as a third for Pat Sanders. Wheatcroft's prior experience had been as a skip at the Canadian Junior Curling Championships in 1985 for British Columbia...

, Deb Massullo
Fredericton, New Brunswick
Fredericton, New Brunswick
Fredericton is the capital of the Canadian province of New Brunswick, by virtue of the provincial parliament which sits there. An important cultural, artistic, and educational centre for the province, Fredericton is home to two universities and cultural institutions such as the Beaverbrook Art...

1989
1989 Scott Tournament of Hearts
The 1989 Scott Tournament of Hearts, Canada's women's national curling championship, was played in Kelowna, British Columbia. It was the first time since the introduction of Team Canada that the defending champions would win back to back championships.-Teams:...

 Canada Heather Houston
Heather Houston
Heather Houston is a Canadian curler and world champion.-International championships:Houston became world champion in 1989 as skip for the Canadian team...

, Lorraine Lang
Lorraine Lang
Lorraine Lang is a Canadian curler from Thunder Bay, Ontario.In 1981, Lang won the Canadian Mixed Curling Championship playing lead for her future husband Rick Lang....

, Diane Adams, Tracy Kennedy
 Manitoba Chris More, Karen Purdy, Lori Zeller, Kristin Kuruluk Kelowna
Kelowna
Kelowna is a city on Okanagan Lake in the Okanagan Valley, in the southern interior of British Columbia, Canada. Its name derives from a Okanagan language term for "grizzly bear"...

, British Columbia
British Columbia
British Columbia is the westernmost of Canada's provinces and is known for its natural beauty, as reflected in its Latin motto, Splendor sine occasu . Its name was chosen by Queen Victoria in 1858...

1990
1990 Scott Tournament of Hearts
The 1990 Scott Tournament of Hearts, the Canadian women's national curling championship, was played at the Ottawa Civic Centre in Ottawa, Ontario February 24-March 3.-Teams:-Standings:-Draw 1:-Draw 2:-Draw 3:-Draw 4:...

 Ontario Alison Goring
Alison Goring
Alison Goring is a Canadian curler.Goring is a former Canadian champion skip, having won the 1990 Scott Tournament of Hearts. She was also a successful junior curler, having won the 1983 Canadian Junior Curling Championships.Goring won her first provincial championship in 1990...

, Kristin Turcotte, Andrea Lawes, Cheryl McPherson
 Nova Scotia Heather Rankin
Heather Rankin
Heather Rankin is a Canadian curler currently residing in Alberta.While living in Nova Scotia, Rankin won the provincial junior championships in 1984 and would skip the Nova Scotia team at the Canadian Junior Curling Championships...

, Beth Rankin, Judith Power, Suzanne Green
Ottawa
Ottawa
Ottawa is the capital of Canada, the second largest city in the Province of Ontario, and the fourth largest city in the country. The city is located on the south bank of the Ottawa River in the eastern portion of Southern Ontario...

1991
1991 Scott Tournament of Hearts
The 1991 Scott Tournament of Hearts Canadian women's national curling championship, was played in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan.-Teams:-Standings:-Draw 1:-Draw 2:-Draw 3:-Draw 4:-Draw 5:-Draw 6:-Draw 7:...

 British Columbia Julie Sutton
Julie Skinner
Julie Skinner is a Canadian curler and Olympic medalist. She received a bronze medal at the 2002 Winter Olympics in Salt Lake City....

, Jodie Sutton, Melissa Soligo, Karri Willms
 New Brunswick Heidi Hanlon
Heidi Hanlon
Heidi Hanlon is a Canadian curler from Saint John, New Brunswick.Hanlon is an 11-time provincial women's champion skip, provincial mixed champion and two-time provincial women's seniors championship. She became a Canadian champion for the first time by winning the 2011 Canadian Senior Curling...

, Kathy Floyd, Sheri Stewart, Mary Harding
Saskatoon
Saskatoon
Saskatoon is a city in central Saskatchewan, Canada, on the South Saskatchewan River. Residents of the city of Saskatoon are called Saskatonians. The city is surrounded by the Rural Municipality of Corman Park No. 344....

, Saskatchewan
Saskatchewan
Saskatchewan is a prairie province in Canada, which has an area of . Saskatchewan is bordered on the west by Alberta, on the north by the Northwest Territories, on the east by Manitoba, and on the south by the U.S. states of Montana and North Dakota....

1992
1992 Scott Tournament of Hearts
The 1992 Scott Tournament of Hearts Canadian women's national curling championship, was played at the Halifax Metro Centre in Halifax, Nova Scotia.-Teams:-Standings:-Draw 1:-Draw 2:-Draw 3:-Draw 4:-Draw 5:-Draw 6:...

 Manitoba Connie Laliberte
Connie Laliberte
Connie Laliberte is a Canadian curler from Manitoba and world champion.-Championships:Laliberte became world champion in 1984 as skip for the Canadian team....

, Laurie Allen, Cathy Gauthier
Cathy Gauthier
Cathy Gauthier is a Canadian curler and broadcaster.Gauthier, who was the long time second for Connie Laliberte, last played the lead position on the 2005 Scott Tournament of Hearts championship team of Jennifer Jones. Gauthier also won two championships with Laliberte in 1992 and 1995, before...

, Janet Arnott
Janet Arnott
Janet Arnott is a Canadian curler from Manitoba.Arnott was the long time lead for her sister, Connie Laliberte winning the Scott Tournament of Hearts in 1984 and 1992 and the World Curling Championships in 1984...

 Canada Julie Sutton
Julie Skinner
Julie Skinner is a Canadian curler and Olympic medalist. She received a bronze medal at the 2002 Winter Olympics in Salt Lake City....

, Jodi Sutton, Melissa Soligo, Karri Willms
Halifax, Nova Scotia
1993
1993 Scott Tournament of Hearts
The 1993 Scott Tournament of Hearts Canadian women's national curling championship, was played in Brandon, Manitoba.-Teams:-Standings:-Draw 1:-Draw 2:-Draw 3:-Draw 4:-Draw 5:-Draw 6:-Draw 7:-Draw 8:...

 Saskatchewan Sandra Peterson
Sandra Schmirler
Sandra Marie Schmirler, SOM , was a Canadian curler, who captured three Canadian Curling Championships and three World Curling Championships. Schmirler skipped her Canadian team to a gold medal at the 1998 Winter Olympics, the first year curling was a medal sport...

, Jan Betker
Jan Betker
Janice "Jan" Betker is a Canadian curler. Betker is best known for playing third on the Sandra Schmirler rink that won three world championships and an Olympic gold medal in the 1990s...

, Joan McCusker
Joan McCusker
Joan McCusker , grew up in Saltcoats. She is a Canadian curler who played second on the team of Sandra Schmirler at the provincial, national and international level. As part of the Schmirler rink, McCusker won a gold medal at the 1998 Winter Olympics...

, Marcia Gudereit
Marcia Gudereit
Marcia Gudereit is a Canadian curler.Born in Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan, she was part of Team Schmirler, the women's curling team that won a gold medal at the 1998 Winter Olympics. This team is the only 3-time winner of the World Curling Championship...

 Manitoba Maureen Bonar
Maureen Bonar
Maureen Bonar is a Canadian curler.Bonar is a four time provincial champion- twice as a skip.After having won the 1982 provincial junior championships as skip, Bonar joined up with Patti Vande as her lead and won the 1983 provincial championships earning them the right to represent Manitoba at the...

, Lois Fowler, Allyson Bell, Rhonda Fowler
Brandon, Manitoba
Brandon, Manitoba
Brandon is the second largest city in Manitoba, Canada, and is located in the southwestern area of the province. Brandon is the largest city in the Westman region of Manitoba. The city is located along the Assiniboine River. Spruce Woods Provincial Park and CFB Shilo are a relatively short distance...

1994
1994 Scott Tournament of Hearts
The 1994 Scott Tournament of Hearts Canadian women's national curling championship, was played in Kitchener, Ontario. -Teams:-Standings:-Draw 1:-Draw 2:-Draw 3:-Draw 4:-Draw 5:-Draw 6:-Draw 7:-Draw 8:...

 Canada Sandra Peterson
Sandra Schmirler
Sandra Marie Schmirler, SOM , was a Canadian curler, who captured three Canadian Curling Championships and three World Curling Championships. Schmirler skipped her Canadian team to a gold medal at the 1998 Winter Olympics, the first year curling was a medal sport...

, Jan Betker
Jan Betker
Janice "Jan" Betker is a Canadian curler. Betker is best known for playing third on the Sandra Schmirler rink that won three world championships and an Olympic gold medal in the 1990s...

, Joan McCusker
Joan McCusker
Joan McCusker , grew up in Saltcoats. She is a Canadian curler who played second on the team of Sandra Schmirler at the provincial, national and international level. As part of the Schmirler rink, McCusker won a gold medal at the 1998 Winter Olympics...

, Marcia Gudereit
Marcia Gudereit
Marcia Gudereit is a Canadian curler.Born in Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan, she was part of Team Schmirler, the women's curling team that won a gold medal at the 1998 Winter Olympics. This team is the only 3-time winner of the World Curling Championship...

 Manitoba Connie Laliberte
Connie Laliberte
Connie Laliberte is a Canadian curler from Manitoba and world champion.-Championships:Laliberte became world champion in 1984 as skip for the Canadian team....

, Karen Purdy, Cathy Gauthier
Cathy Gauthier
Cathy Gauthier is a Canadian curler and broadcaster.Gauthier, who was the long time second for Connie Laliberte, last played the lead position on the 2005 Scott Tournament of Hearts championship team of Jennifer Jones. Gauthier also won two championships with Laliberte in 1992 and 1995, before...

, Janet Arnott
Janet Arnott
Janet Arnott is a Canadian curler from Manitoba.Arnott was the long time lead for her sister, Connie Laliberte winning the Scott Tournament of Hearts in 1984 and 1992 and the World Curling Championships in 1984...

Kitchener
Kitchener, Ontario
The City of Kitchener is a city in Southern Ontario, Canada. It was the Town of Berlin from 1854 until 1912 and the City of Berlin from 1912 until 1916. The city had a population of 204,668 in the Canada 2006 Census...

, Ontario
Ontario
Ontario is a province of Canada, located in east-central Canada. It is Canada's most populous province and second largest in total area. It is home to the nation's most populous city, Toronto, and the nation's capital, Ottawa....

1995
1995 Scott Tournament of Hearts
The 1995 Scott Tournament of Hearts Canadian women's national curling championship, was played in Calgary, Alberta. It was the first time the page-playoff system would be used at the Scott.-Teams:-Standings:-Draw 1:-Draw 2:-Draw 3:...

 Manitoba Connie Laliberte
Connie Laliberte
Connie Laliberte is a Canadian curler from Manitoba and world champion.-Championships:Laliberte became world champion in 1984 as skip for the Canadian team....

, Cathy Overton
Cathy Overton-Clapham
Cathy Overton-Clapham is a Canadian curler...

, Cathy Gauthier
Cathy Gauthier
Cathy Gauthier is a Canadian curler and broadcaster.Gauthier, who was the long time second for Connie Laliberte, last played the lead position on the 2005 Scott Tournament of Hearts championship team of Jennifer Jones. Gauthier also won two championships with Laliberte in 1992 and 1995, before...

, Janet Arnott
Janet Arnott
Janet Arnott is a Canadian curler from Manitoba.Arnott was the long time lead for her sister, Connie Laliberte winning the Scott Tournament of Hearts in 1984 and 1992 and the World Curling Championships in 1984...

 Alberta Cathy Borst
Cathy King
Cathy King , formerly Cathy Borst is a Canadian curler from St. Albert, Alberta...

, Maureen Brown, Deanne Shields, Kate Horne
Calgary
Calgary
Calgary is a city in the Province of Alberta, Canada. It is located in the south of the province, in an area of foothills and prairie, approximately east of the front ranges of the Canadian Rockies...

, Alberta
Alberta
Alberta is a province of Canada. It had an estimated population of 3.7 million in 2010 making it the most populous of Canada's three prairie provinces...

1996
1996 Scott Tournament of Hearts
The 1996 Scott Tournament of Hearts Canadian women's national curling championship, was played in Thunder Bay, Ontario. -Teams:-Standings:-Draw 1:-Draw 2:-Draw 3:-Draw 4:-Draw 5:-Draw 6:-Draw 7:-Draw 8:...

 Ontario Marilyn Bodogh
Marilyn Bodogh
Marilyn C. Bodogh is a Canadian curler, colour commentator and political candidate....

, Kim Gellard, Corie Beveridge, Jane Hooper Perroud
 Alberta Cheryl Kullman, Karen Ruus, Barb Sherrington, Judy Pendergast Thunder Bay
Thunder Bay
-In Canada:Thunder Bay is the name of three places in the province of Ontario, Canada along Lake Superior:*Thunder Bay District, Ontario, a district in Northwestern Ontario*Thunder Bay, a city in Thunder Bay District*Thunder Bay, Unorganized, Ontario...

, Ontario
Ontario
Ontario is a province of Canada, located in east-central Canada. It is Canada's most populous province and second largest in total area. It is home to the nation's most populous city, Toronto, and the nation's capital, Ottawa....

1997
1997 Scott Tournament of Hearts
The 1997 Scott Tournament of Hearts Canadian women's national curling championship, was played in Vancouver, British Columbia. It would be the final Scott Sandra Schmirler would win before her death in 2000.-Teams:-Standings:-Draw 1:-Draw 2:...

 Saskatchewan Sandra Schmirler
Sandra Schmirler
Sandra Marie Schmirler, SOM , was a Canadian curler, who captured three Canadian Curling Championships and three World Curling Championships. Schmirler skipped her Canadian team to a gold medal at the 1998 Winter Olympics, the first year curling was a medal sport...

, Jan Betker
Jan Betker
Janice "Jan" Betker is a Canadian curler. Betker is best known for playing third on the Sandra Schmirler rink that won three world championships and an Olympic gold medal in the 1990s...

, Joan McCusker
Joan McCusker
Joan McCusker , grew up in Saltcoats. She is a Canadian curler who played second on the team of Sandra Schmirler at the provincial, national and international level. As part of the Schmirler rink, McCusker won a gold medal at the 1998 Winter Olympics...

, Marcia Gudereit
Marcia Gudereit
Marcia Gudereit is a Canadian curler.Born in Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan, she was part of Team Schmirler, the women's curling team that won a gold medal at the 1998 Winter Olympics. This team is the only 3-time winner of the World Curling Championship...

 Ontario Alison Goring
Alison Goring
Alison Goring is a Canadian curler.Goring is a former Canadian champion skip, having won the 1990 Scott Tournament of Hearts. She was also a successful junior curler, having won the 1983 Canadian Junior Curling Championships.Goring won her first provincial championship in 1990...

, Lori Eddy, Kim Moore
Kim Moore
Kimberly Moore is a Canadian curler from St. Catharines, Ontario. Moore currently plays second for Sherry Middaugh....

, Mary Bowman
Vancouver
Vancouver
Vancouver is a coastal seaport city on the mainland of British Columbia, Canada. It is the hub of Greater Vancouver, which, with over 2.3 million residents, is the third most populous metropolitan area in the country,...

, British Columbia
British Columbia
British Columbia is the westernmost of Canada's provinces and is known for its natural beauty, as reflected in its Latin motto, Splendor sine occasu . Its name was chosen by Queen Victoria in 1858...

1998
1998 Scott Tournament of Hearts
The 1998 Scott Tournament of Hearts Canadian women's national curling championship, was played in Regina Saskatchewan. The home province of Saskatchewan would be represented by two teams, as the Sandra Schmirler rink was the defending champions team Canada...

 Alberta Cathy Borst
Cathy King
Cathy King , formerly Cathy Borst is a Canadian curler from St. Albert, Alberta...

, Heather Godberson
Heather Nedohin
Heather Nedohin is a Canadian curler from Sherwood Park, Alberta. She is a former Canadian and World Junior champion, Scott Tournament of Hearts Champion and a World bronze medalist...

, Brenda Bohmer, Kate Horne
 Ontario Anne Merklinger
Anne Merklinger
Anne Merklinger is a retired Canadian curler from Ottawa. Merklinger is a two-time runner-up at the Tournament of Hearts, the Canadian women's championship. She curled out of the Rideau Curling Club....

, Theresa Breen, Patti McKnight, Audrey Frey
Regina, Saskatchewan
Regina, Saskatchewan
Regina is the capital city of the Canadian province of Saskatchewan. The city is the second-largest in the province and a cultural and commercial centre for southern Saskatchewan. It is governed by Regina City Council. Regina is the cathedral city of the Roman Catholic and Romanian Orthodox...

1999
1999 Scott Tournament of Hearts
The 1999 Scott Tournament of Hearts Canadian women's national curling championship, was played at the Charlottetown Civic Centre in Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island. In the final, Colleen Jones and her Nova Scotia team would win their first of five championships together...

 Nova Scotia Colleen Jones
Colleen Jones
Colleen P. Jones is a Canadian curler and television personality. She is best known as the skip of two women's world championship teams and six Tournament of Hearts Canadian women's championships, including an unprecedented four titles in a row...

, Kim Kelly
Kim Kelly (curler)
Kim Kelly is a Canadian curler, throwing second stones for Mary-Anne Arsenault's Nova Scotia rink...

, Mary-Anne Waye
Mary-Anne Arsenault
Mary-Anne Arsenault is a Canadian curler from Halifax, Nova Scotia. She is the long time second for Colleen Jones' team with whom she has won five Canadian championships, and two World Curling Championships...

, Nancy Delahunt
Nancy Delahunt
Nancy Delahunt is a Canadian curler from Halifax, Nova Scotia. Delahunt currently plays third for Colleen Jones. Delahunt was a longtime member of the Colleen Jones team which won five Scott Tournament of Hearts and two World Curling Championships...

 Canada Cathy Borst
Cathy King
Cathy King , formerly Cathy Borst is a Canadian curler from St. Albert, Alberta...

, Heather Godberson
Heather Nedohin
Heather Nedohin is a Canadian curler from Sherwood Park, Alberta. She is a former Canadian and World Junior champion, Scott Tournament of Hearts Champion and a World bronze medalist...

, Brenda Bohmer, Kate Horne
Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island
2000
2000 Scott Tournament of Hearts
The 2000 Scott Tournament of Hearts Canadian women's national curling championship, was played at the CN Centre in Prince George, British Columbia February 19–27. Kelley Law and her British Columbia team won the final defeating Anne Merklinger of Ontario...

 British Columbia Kelley Law
Kelley Law
Kelley Law formerly known as Kelley Atkins and Kelley Owen is a Canadian curler from Coquitlam, British Columbia...

, Julie Skinner
Julie Skinner
Julie Skinner is a Canadian curler and Olympic medalist. She received a bronze medal at the 2002 Winter Olympics in Salt Lake City....

, Georgina Wheatcroft
Georgina Wheatcroft
Georgina Wheatcroft is a Canadian curler.Wheatcroft made her Scott Tournament of Hearts debut in 1987 as a third for Pat Sanders. Wheatcroft's prior experience had been as a skip at the Canadian Junior Curling Championships in 1985 for British Columbia...

, Diane Nelson
Diane Dezura
Diane Dezura is a Canadian curler and Olympic medalist. She received a bronze medal at the 2002 Winter Olympics in Salt Lake City.She is world champion from 2000.-References:...

 Ontario Anne Merklinger
Anne Merklinger
Anne Merklinger is a retired Canadian curler from Ottawa. Merklinger is a two-time runner-up at the Tournament of Hearts, the Canadian women's championship. She curled out of the Rideau Curling Club....

, Theresa Breen, Patti McKnight, Audrey Frey
Prince George, British Columbia
Prince George, British Columbia
Prince George, with a population of 71,030 , is the largest city in northern British Columbia, Canada, and is known as "BC's Northern Capital"...

2001
2001 Scott Tournament of Hearts
The 2001 Scott Tournament of Hearts Canadian women's national curling championship, was played at the Sudbury Community Arena in Sudbury, Ontario. The final pitted 1999 champions Colleen Jones and her Nova Scotia team against the defending champions Kelley Law who represented team Canada...

 Nova Scotia Colleen Jones
Colleen Jones
Colleen P. Jones is a Canadian curler and television personality. She is best known as the skip of two women's world championship teams and six Tournament of Hearts Canadian women's championships, including an unprecedented four titles in a row...

, Kim Kelly
Kim Kelly (curler)
Kim Kelly is a Canadian curler, throwing second stones for Mary-Anne Arsenault's Nova Scotia rink...

, Mary-Anne Waye
Mary-Anne Arsenault
Mary-Anne Arsenault is a Canadian curler from Halifax, Nova Scotia. She is the long time second for Colleen Jones' team with whom she has won five Canadian championships, and two World Curling Championships...

, Nancy Delahunt
Nancy Delahunt
Nancy Delahunt is a Canadian curler from Halifax, Nova Scotia. Delahunt currently plays third for Colleen Jones. Delahunt was a longtime member of the Colleen Jones team which won five Scott Tournament of Hearts and two World Curling Championships...

 Canada Kelley Law
Kelley Law
Kelley Law formerly known as Kelley Atkins and Kelley Owen is a Canadian curler from Coquitlam, British Columbia...

, Julie Skinner
Julie Skinner
Julie Skinner is a Canadian curler and Olympic medalist. She received a bronze medal at the 2002 Winter Olympics in Salt Lake City....

, Georgina Wheatcroft
Georgina Wheatcroft
Georgina Wheatcroft is a Canadian curler.Wheatcroft made her Scott Tournament of Hearts debut in 1987 as a third for Pat Sanders. Wheatcroft's prior experience had been as a skip at the Canadian Junior Curling Championships in 1985 for British Columbia...

, Diane Nelson
Diane Dezura
Diane Dezura is a Canadian curler and Olympic medalist. She received a bronze medal at the 2002 Winter Olympics in Salt Lake City.She is world champion from 2000.-References:...

Sudbury, Ontario
Ontario
Ontario is a province of Canada, located in east-central Canada. It is Canada's most populous province and second largest in total area. It is home to the nation's most populous city, Toronto, and the nation's capital, Ottawa....

2002
2002 Scott Tournament of Hearts
The 2002 Scott Tournament of Hearts Canadian women's national curling championship, was played Keystone Centre in Brandon, Manitoba. The defending champion, representing Team Canada, Colleen Jones and her rink from the Mayflower Curling Club in Halifax, Nova Scotia won her second straight...

 Canada Colleen Jones
Colleen Jones
Colleen P. Jones is a Canadian curler and television personality. She is best known as the skip of two women's world championship teams and six Tournament of Hearts Canadian women's championships, including an unprecedented four titles in a row...

, Kim Kelly
Kim Kelly (curler)
Kim Kelly is a Canadian curler, throwing second stones for Mary-Anne Arsenault's Nova Scotia rink...

, Mary-Anne Waye
Mary-Anne Arsenault
Mary-Anne Arsenault is a Canadian curler from Halifax, Nova Scotia. She is the long time second for Colleen Jones' team with whom she has won five Canadian championships, and two World Curling Championships...

, Nancy Delahunt
Nancy Delahunt
Nancy Delahunt is a Canadian curler from Halifax, Nova Scotia. Delahunt currently plays third for Colleen Jones. Delahunt was a longtime member of the Colleen Jones team which won five Scott Tournament of Hearts and two World Curling Championships...

 Saskatchewan Sherry Anderson
Sherry Anderson
Sherry Anderson is a Canadian curler from Delisle, Saskatchewan.Anderson has been to five Scott Tournament of Hearts, four as a skip. Her first Scotts were in 1994 when her team lost in the semi-final. Anderson returned the following year, but finished out of the playoffs at 6-5...

, Kim Hodson, Sandra Mulroney, Donna Gignac
Brandon, Manitoba
Brandon, Manitoba
Brandon is the second largest city in Manitoba, Canada, and is located in the southwestern area of the province. Brandon is the largest city in the Westman region of Manitoba. The city is located along the Assiniboine River. Spruce Woods Provincial Park and CFB Shilo are a relatively short distance...

2003
2003 Scott Tournament of Hearts
The 2003 Scott Tournament of Hearts was held at the Kitchener Memorial Auditorium in Kitchener, Ontario from February 15 to 23. The defending champion, Colleen Jones won the right to represent "Canada" and she would go on to win her third straight championship...

 Canada Colleen Jones
Colleen Jones
Colleen P. Jones is a Canadian curler and television personality. She is best known as the skip of two women's world championship teams and six Tournament of Hearts Canadian women's championships, including an unprecedented four titles in a row...

, Kim Kelly
Kim Kelly (curler)
Kim Kelly is a Canadian curler, throwing second stones for Mary-Anne Arsenault's Nova Scotia rink...

, Mary-Anne Waye
Mary-Anne Arsenault
Mary-Anne Arsenault is a Canadian curler from Halifax, Nova Scotia. She is the long time second for Colleen Jones' team with whom she has won five Canadian championships, and two World Curling Championships...

, Nancy Delahunt
Nancy Delahunt
Nancy Delahunt is a Canadian curler from Halifax, Nova Scotia. Delahunt currently plays third for Colleen Jones. Delahunt was a longtime member of the Colleen Jones team which won five Scott Tournament of Hearts and two World Curling Championships...

 Newfoundland and Labrador Cathy Cunningham, Peg Goss
Peg Goss
Peg Goss is a Canadian curler. She previously played lead for the team of Heather Strong. Goss has played in four Tournament of Hearts. In 1988, she played second for Maria Thomas. She would then play in three straight Hearts from 2002 to 2004 as Cathy Cunningham's third. It was in 2003 that the...

, Kathy Kerr, Heather Martin
Kitchener
Kitchener, Ontario
The City of Kitchener is a city in Southern Ontario, Canada. It was the Town of Berlin from 1854 until 1912 and the City of Berlin from 1912 until 1916. The city had a population of 204,668 in the Canada 2006 Census...

, Ontario
Ontario
Ontario is a province of Canada, located in east-central Canada. It is Canada's most populous province and second largest in total area. It is home to the nation's most populous city, Toronto, and the nation's capital, Ottawa....

2004
2004 Scott Tournament of Hearts
The 2004 Scott Tournament of Hearts was held at the ENMAX Centrium in Red Deer, Alberta from February 21 to 29 2004. The defending champion, Colleen Jones won the right to represent "Canada" and she would go on to win her fourth straight championship...

 Canada Colleen Jones
Colleen Jones
Colleen P. Jones is a Canadian curler and television personality. She is best known as the skip of two women's world championship teams and six Tournament of Hearts Canadian women's championships, including an unprecedented four titles in a row...

, Kim Kelly
Kim Kelly (curler)
Kim Kelly is a Canadian curler, throwing second stones for Mary-Anne Arsenault's Nova Scotia rink...

, Mary-Anne Arsenault
Mary-Anne Arsenault
Mary-Anne Arsenault is a Canadian curler from Halifax, Nova Scotia. She is the long time second for Colleen Jones' team with whom she has won five Canadian championships, and two World Curling Championships...

, Nancy Delahunt
Nancy Delahunt
Nancy Delahunt is a Canadian curler from Halifax, Nova Scotia. Delahunt currently plays third for Colleen Jones. Delahunt was a longtime member of the Colleen Jones team which won five Scott Tournament of Hearts and two World Curling Championships...

 Quebec Marie-France Larouche
Marie-France Larouche
Marie-France Larouche is a Canadian curler.Larouche is a former national junior curling champion, having won the title in 1999 with her team of Nancy Bélanger, Marie-Ève Létourneau, Valerie Grenier and Véronique Grégoire. Larouche won the championship after four previous unsuccessful attempts...

, Karo Gagnon, Annie Lemay
Annie Lemay
Annie Lemay is a Canadian curler from Gatineau, Quebec. She currently plays third for Marie-France Larouche.-Career:...

, Véronique Grégoire
Red Deer, Alberta
Red Deer, Alberta
Red Deer is a city in Central Alberta, Canada. It is located near the midpoint of the Calgary-Edmonton Corridor and is surrounded by Red Deer County. It is Alberta's third-most-populous city – after Calgary and Edmonton. The city is located in aspen parkland, a region of rolling hills...

2005
2005 Scott Tournament of Hearts
The 2005 Scott Tournament of Hearts, the Canadian women's curling championship, was held at Mile One Stadium in St. John's, Newfoundland and Labrador from February 19 to 27 2005. The tournament consists of 12 teams, one from each of Canada's provinces, one from Canada's territories and the...

 Manitoba Jennifer Jones
Jennifer Jones (curler)
Jennifer Jones is a Canadian curler from East St. Paul, Manitoba. Jones, a lawyer, is corporate counsel for Wellington West Capital and a Windsor Park Collegiate graduate.-Early success:...

, Cathy Overton-Clapham
Cathy Overton-Clapham
Cathy Overton-Clapham is a Canadian curler...

, Jill Officer
Jill Officer
Jill Officer is a Canadian curler from Winnipeg, Manitoba. Officer plays second for the 2005, 2008, 2009 and 2010 Scotties Tournament of Hearts champion teams skipped by Jennifer Jones. She currently resides in Winnipeg, Manitoba with her husband Devlin Hinchey.Officer has played with Jones since...

, Cathy Gauthier
Cathy Gauthier
Cathy Gauthier is a Canadian curler and broadcaster.Gauthier, who was the long time second for Connie Laliberte, last played the lead position on the 2005 Scott Tournament of Hearts championship team of Jennifer Jones. Gauthier also won two championships with Laliberte in 1992 and 1995, before...

 Ontario Jenn Hanna
Jenn Hanna
Jennifer Ann Hanna is a Canadian curler who curls out of the Ottawa Curling Club. She was a finalist in both the 1998 Canadian Junior Curling Championship and the 2005 Scott Tournament of Hearts.-Personal life:...

, Pascale Letendre, Dawn Askin
Dawn Askin
Dawn Askin is a Canadian curler from Winnipeg, Manitoba. She currently plays lead for Jennifer Jones....

, Stephanie Hanna
St. John's, Newfoundland and Labrador
St. John's, Newfoundland and Labrador
St. John's is the capital and largest city in Newfoundland and Labrador, and is the oldest English-founded city in North America. It is located on the eastern tip of the Avalon Peninsula on the island of Newfoundland. With a population of 192,326 as of July 1, 2010, the St...

2006
2006 Scott Tournament of Hearts
The 2006 Scott Tournament of Hearts, the Canadian women's curling championship, was held at the John Labatt Centre in London, Ontario, February 25, 2006 – March 6, 2006. The tournament consists of 12 teams, one from each of Canada's provinces, one from Canada's territories and the defending...

 British Columbia Kelly Scott
Kelly Scott
Kelly Scott is a Canadian curler from Kelowna, British Columbia.-1995-2005:...

, Jeanna Schraeder
Jeanna Schraeder
Jeanna Schraeder is a Canadian curler from British Columbia. She currently plays third for Kelly Scott....

, Sasha Carter
Sasha Carter
Sasha Carter also known as Sasha Bergner, is a Canadian curler from Kelowna, British Columbia. She currently plays second for Kelly Scott....

, Renee Simons
Renee Simons
Renee Simons is a Canadian curler.Playing lead for Kelly Scott, Simons won the 2006 Scott Tournament of Hearts, the 2007 Scotties Tournament of Hearts, a bronze medal at the 2006 Ford World Women's Curling Championship and a gold medal at the 2007 World Women's Curling Championship...

 Canada Jennifer Jones
Jennifer Jones (curler)
Jennifer Jones is a Canadian curler from East St. Paul, Manitoba. Jones, a lawyer, is corporate counsel for Wellington West Capital and a Windsor Park Collegiate graduate.-Early success:...

, Cathy Overton-Clapham
Cathy Overton-Clapham
Cathy Overton-Clapham is a Canadian curler...

, Jill Officer
Jill Officer
Jill Officer is a Canadian curler from Winnipeg, Manitoba. Officer plays second for the 2005, 2008, 2009 and 2010 Scotties Tournament of Hearts champion teams skipped by Jennifer Jones. She currently resides in Winnipeg, Manitoba with her husband Devlin Hinchey.Officer has played with Jones since...

, Georgina Wheatcroft
Georgina Wheatcroft
Georgina Wheatcroft is a Canadian curler.Wheatcroft made her Scott Tournament of Hearts debut in 1987 as a third for Pat Sanders. Wheatcroft's prior experience had been as a skip at the Canadian Junior Curling Championships in 1985 for British Columbia...

London, Ontario
London, Ontario
London is a city in Southwestern Ontario, Canada, situated along the Quebec City – Windsor Corridor. The city has a population of 352,395, and the metropolitan area has a population of 457,720, according to the 2006 Canadian census; the metro population in 2009 was estimated at 489,274. The city...


Scotties Tournament of Hearts

Tournament Winning Locale Winning Team Finalist Locale Finalist Team Host
2007
2007 Scotties Tournament of Hearts
The 2007 Scotties Tournament of Hearts, Canada's women's curling championship, was held February 17-25 at the ENMAX Centre in Lethbridge, Alberta. It marks the first year under the Scotties brand name. The winner was the defending champions Team Canada, under skip Kelly Scott...

 Canada Kelly Scott
Kelly Scott
Kelly Scott is a Canadian curler from Kelowna, British Columbia.-1995-2005:...

, Jeanna Schraeder
Jeanna Schraeder
Jeanna Schraeder is a Canadian curler from British Columbia. She currently plays third for Kelly Scott....

, Sasha Carter
Sasha Carter
Sasha Carter also known as Sasha Bergner, is a Canadian curler from Kelowna, British Columbia. She currently plays second for Kelly Scott....

, Renee Simons
Renee Simons
Renee Simons is a Canadian curler.Playing lead for Kelly Scott, Simons won the 2006 Scott Tournament of Hearts, the 2007 Scotties Tournament of Hearts, a bronze medal at the 2006 Ford World Women's Curling Championship and a gold medal at the 2007 World Women's Curling Championship...

 Saskatchewan Jan Betker
Jan Betker
Janice "Jan" Betker is a Canadian curler. Betker is best known for playing third on the Sandra Schmirler rink that won three world championships and an Olympic gold medal in the 1990s...

, Lana Vey
Lana Vey
Lana Vey is a Canadian curler from Regina, Saskatchewan.Vey had no prior national championship experience when she was picked up to play third for Jan Betker for the 2006-07 season to replace Joan McCusker...

, Nancy Inglis, Marcia Gudereit
Marcia Gudereit
Marcia Gudereit is a Canadian curler.Born in Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan, she was part of Team Schmirler, the women's curling team that won a gold medal at the 1998 Winter Olympics. This team is the only 3-time winner of the World Curling Championship...

Lethbridge
Lethbridge
Lethbridge is a city in the province of Alberta, Canada, and the largest city in southern Alberta. It is Alberta's fourth-largest city by population after Calgary, Edmonton and Red Deer, and the third-largest by area after Calgary and Edmonton. The nearby Canadian Rockies contribute to the city's...

, Alberta
Alberta
Alberta is a province of Canada. It had an estimated population of 3.7 million in 2010 making it the most populous of Canada's three prairie provinces...

2008
2008 Scotties Tournament of Hearts
The 2008 Scotties Tournament of Hearts, Canada's national women's curling tournament was held February 16-24, 2008 at the Brandt Centre in Regina, Saskatchewan. The winner was the 2005 champion team from Manitoba, under skip Jennifer Jones. In winning, they became the first team since Kelley Law's...

 Manitoba Jennifer Jones
Jennifer Jones (curler)
Jennifer Jones is a Canadian curler from East St. Paul, Manitoba. Jones, a lawyer, is corporate counsel for Wellington West Capital and a Windsor Park Collegiate graduate.-Early success:...

, Cathy Overton-Clapham
Cathy Overton-Clapham
Cathy Overton-Clapham is a Canadian curler...

, Jill Officer
Jill Officer
Jill Officer is a Canadian curler from Winnipeg, Manitoba. Officer plays second for the 2005, 2008, 2009 and 2010 Scotties Tournament of Hearts champion teams skipped by Jennifer Jones. She currently resides in Winnipeg, Manitoba with her husband Devlin Hinchey.Officer has played with Jones since...

, Dawn Askin
Dawn Askin
Dawn Askin is a Canadian curler from Winnipeg, Manitoba. She currently plays lead for Jennifer Jones....

 Alberta Shannon Kleibrink
Shannon Kleibrink
Shannon Kleibrink is a Canadian curler from Okotoks, Alberta. She and her team of third Amy Nixon, second Glenys Bakker, lead Christine Keshen and alternate Sandra Jenkins represented Canada at the 2006 Winter Olympics in Turin, Italy...

, Amy Nixon
Amy Nixon
Amy Nixon is a Canadian curler. At the age of four she moved with her family to Regina, Saskatchewan, where she grew up. She moved to Calgary in 1995, where she now resides. Nixon is an alumnus of the University of Calgary with three degrees in kinesiology, women's studies and law...

, Bronwen Saunders
Bronwen Saunders
Bronwen Webster is a Canadian curler from Alberta. She currently plays second for Shannon Kleibrink....

, Chelsey Bell
Regina, Saskatchewan
Regina, Saskatchewan
Regina is the capital city of the Canadian province of Saskatchewan. The city is the second-largest in the province and a cultural and commercial centre for southern Saskatchewan. It is governed by Regina City Council. Regina is the cathedral city of the Roman Catholic and Romanian Orthodox...

2009
2009 Scotties Tournament of Hearts
The 2009 Scotties Tournament of Hearts, the Canadian women's national curling championship, was held from February 21 to March 1 at the Save-On-Foods Memorial Centre in Victoria, British Columbia.-Teams:* Throws third stones-Standings:...

 Canada Jennifer Jones
Jennifer Jones (curler)
Jennifer Jones is a Canadian curler from East St. Paul, Manitoba. Jones, a lawyer, is corporate counsel for Wellington West Capital and a Windsor Park Collegiate graduate.-Early success:...

, Cathy Overton-Clapham
Cathy Overton-Clapham
Cathy Overton-Clapham is a Canadian curler...

, Jill Officer
Jill Officer
Jill Officer is a Canadian curler from Winnipeg, Manitoba. Officer plays second for the 2005, 2008, 2009 and 2010 Scotties Tournament of Hearts champion teams skipped by Jennifer Jones. She currently resides in Winnipeg, Manitoba with her husband Devlin Hinchey.Officer has played with Jones since...

, Dawn Askin
Dawn Askin
Dawn Askin is a Canadian curler from Winnipeg, Manitoba. She currently plays lead for Jennifer Jones....

 British Columbia Marla Mallett
Marla Mallett
Marla Mallett is a Canadian curler from Langley, British Columbia....

, Grace MacInnes, Diane Gushulak, Jacalyn Brown
Victoria, British Columbia
Victoria, British Columbia
Victoria is the capital city of British Columbia, Canada and is located on the southern tip of Vancouver Island off Canada's Pacific coast. The city has a population of about 78,000 within the metropolitan area of Greater Victoria, which has a population of 360,063, the 15th most populous Canadian...

2010
2010 Scotties Tournament of Hearts
The 2010 Scotties Tournament of Hearts, the Canadian women's national curling championship, was held from January 30 to February 7 at the Essar Centre in Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario....

 Canada Jennifer Jones
Jennifer Jones (curler)
Jennifer Jones is a Canadian curler from East St. Paul, Manitoba. Jones, a lawyer, is corporate counsel for Wellington West Capital and a Windsor Park Collegiate graduate.-Early success:...

, Cathy Overton-Clapham
Cathy Overton-Clapham
Cathy Overton-Clapham is a Canadian curler...

, Jill Officer
Jill Officer
Jill Officer is a Canadian curler from Winnipeg, Manitoba. Officer plays second for the 2005, 2008, 2009 and 2010 Scotties Tournament of Hearts champion teams skipped by Jennifer Jones. She currently resides in Winnipeg, Manitoba with her husband Devlin Hinchey.Officer has played with Jones since...

, Dawn Askin
Dawn Askin
Dawn Askin is a Canadian curler from Winnipeg, Manitoba. She currently plays lead for Jennifer Jones....

 Prince Edward Island Erin Carmody
Erin Carmody
Erin Carmody is a Canadian curler from Prince Edward Island. A native of the town of Summerside, Carmody was a biology student at the University of Prince Edward Island when she broke onto the curling scene by winning three consecutive provincial junior championships, twice with an undefeated record...

, Geri-Lynn Ramsay, Kathy O'Rourke
Kathy O'Rourke
Kathleen "Kathy" O'Rourke is a retired Canadian curler from Summerside, Prince Edward Island. She is a six-time provincial champion and is a former Canadian Mixed Champion....

, Tricia Affleck
Tricia Affleck
Tricia Affleck is a Canadian curler. She currently plays third for Meaghan Hughes out of the Charlottetown Curling Club in Charlottetown....

Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario
Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario
Sault Ste. Marie is a city on the St. Marys River in Algoma District, Ontario, Canada. It is the third largest city in Northern Ontario, after Sudbury and Thunder Bay, with a population of 74,948. The community was founded as a French religious mission: Sault either means "jump" or "rapids" in...

2011
2011 Scotties Tournament of Hearts
The 2011 Scotties Tournament of Hearts, the Canadian women's national curling championship, was held from February 19 to February 27 at the Charlottetown Civic Centre in Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island...

 Saskatchewan Amber Holland
Amber Holland
Amber Holland is a Canadian curler. Holland skipped Saskatchewan's team to a national women's championship in 2011 by defeating defending champion Jennifer Jones in the Scotties Tournament of Hearts...

, Kim Schneider
Kim Schneider
Kim Schneider is a Canadian curler from Kronau, Saskatchewan. She currently plays third for Amber Holland.Schneider grew up in the small village of Kronau, Saskatchewan outside of Regina...

, Tammy Schneider
Tammy Schneider
Tammy Schneider is a Canadian curler from Kronau, Saskatchewan. She currently plays second for Amber Holland.Schneider grew up in the small village of Kronau, Saskatchewan outside of Regina...

, Heather Kalenchuk
Heather Kalenchuk
Heather Mary Yvonne Kalenchuk is a Canadian curler from Regina, Saskatchewan. She currently plays lead for Amber Holland....

 Canada Jennifer Jones
Jennifer Jones (curler)
Jennifer Jones is a Canadian curler from East St. Paul, Manitoba. Jones, a lawyer, is corporate counsel for Wellington West Capital and a Windsor Park Collegiate graduate.-Early success:...

, Kaitlyn Lawes
Kaitlyn Lawes
Kaitlyn Lawes is a Canadian curler born in Winnipeg, Manitoba. She is a two-time Canadian junior champion...

, Jill Officer
Jill Officer
Jill Officer is a Canadian curler from Winnipeg, Manitoba. Officer plays second for the 2005, 2008, 2009 and 2010 Scotties Tournament of Hearts champion teams skipped by Jennifer Jones. She currently resides in Winnipeg, Manitoba with her husband Devlin Hinchey.Officer has played with Jones since...

, Dawn Askin
Dawn Askin
Dawn Askin is a Canadian curler from Winnipeg, Manitoba. She currently plays lead for Jennifer Jones....

Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island
2012
2012 Scotties Tournament of Hearts
The 2012 Scotties Tournament of Hearts, the Canadian women's national curling championship, will be held from February 18 to February 26 at the ENMAX Centrium in Red Deer, Alberta.-Teams:-Standings:-Draw 1:February 18, 1:00 PM MT-Draw 2:...

Red Deer, Alberta
Red Deer, Alberta
Red Deer is a city in Central Alberta, Canada. It is located near the midpoint of the Calgary-Edmonton Corridor and is surrounded by Red Deer County. It is Alberta's third-most-populous city – after Calgary and Edmonton. The city is located in aspen parkland, a region of rolling hills...

2013
2013 Scotties Tournament of Hearts
The 2013 Scotties Tournament of Hearts, the Canadian women's national curling championship, will be held from February 16 to February 24 at the K-Rock Centre in Kingston, Ontario. It will be the ninth time Ontario has hosted the tournament...

Kingston, Ontario
Kingston, Ontario
Kingston, Ontario is a Canadian city located in Eastern Ontario where the St. Lawrence River flows out of Lake Ontario. Originally a First Nations settlement called "Katarowki," , growing European exploration in the 17th Century made it an important trading post...



See also: List of World Curling Women's Champions

Top 3 finishes table

Province 1st 2nd 3rd Total
11 6 7 24
9 7 9 25
8 10 6 24
8 7 4 19
5 8 4 17
4 6 13 23
4 3 5 12
1 2 3 6
1 2 1 4
0 3 3 6
0 2 2 4
/ 0 0 1 1

Sandra Schmirler Most Valuable Player Award


The Sandra Schmirler Most Valuable Player Award
Sandra Schmirler Most Valuable Player Award
The Sandra Schmirler Most Valuable Player Award is awarded to the top player in the playoff round of the annual Scotties Tournament of Hearts. The winner is selected by members of the media, and is awarded at the victory banquet held after the final game of the bonspiel. The top player at the...

 is awarded by the media to the most valuable player during the playoffs at the Scotties Tournament of Hearts. The current holder is Amber Holland
Amber Holland
Amber Holland is a Canadian curler. Holland skipped Saskatchewan's team to a national women's championship in 2011 by defeating defending champion Jennifer Jones in the Scotties Tournament of Hearts...

 of Saskatchewan
Saskatchewan
Saskatchewan is a prairie province in Canada, which has an area of . Saskatchewan is bordered on the west by Alberta, on the north by the Northwest Territories, on the east by Manitoba, and on the south by the U.S. states of Montana and North Dakota....

.

Shot of the Week Award


The Shot of the Week Award is presented by the organizing committee to the player who makes the most outstanding shot during the tournament. The 2011 winner was Amber Holland
Amber Holland
Amber Holland is a Canadian curler. Holland skipped Saskatchewan's team to a national women's championship in 2011 by defeating defending champion Jennifer Jones in the Scotties Tournament of Hearts...

 representing Saskatchewan.

Marj Mitchell Sportsmanship Award


The Marj Mitchell Sportsmanship Award
Marj Mitchell Sportsmanship Award
The Marj Mitchell Sportsmanship Award is the sportsmanship award at the annual Scotties Tournament of Hearts, held to crown the Canadian women's curling championship. When Scott Paper took over sponsorship of the Canadian Women's Curling Championship in 1982, they decided to present an annual...

 is awarded annually to the most sportsmanlike curler at the Tournament of Hearts every year. The award has been presented since 1982, and has been named in Mitchell's honour since 1998. The current holder of the Marj Mitchell Sportsmanship Award is Cathy Overton-Clapham
Cathy Overton-Clapham
Cathy Overton-Clapham is a Canadian curler...

 of Manitoba.

Scotties Tournament of Hearts Builders Award


The Builders award goes to someone in the curling community that significantly contributes to the growth and development of women's curling in Canada. It has been awarded annually since 2001.

Winners
  • 2001: Lloyd Stansell
  • 2002: Warren Hansen
  • 2003: Vic Rauter
    Vic Rauter
    Victor Rauter is a Canadian sportscaster for The Sports Network since 1985. He has covered mostly auto racing, curling and soccer since 1986 as well as hockey, baseball, bowling, squash, volleyball, equestrian and skiing....

  • 2004: Vera Pezer
    Vera Pezer
    Vera Pezer, BA, MA, PhD is the current Chancellor of the University of Saskatchewan. A sports enthusiast, Pezer is a Canadian softball champion, golfing contender, and curling champion. She has been inducted into both the Saskatchewan Sports Halls of Fame and the Canadian Curling Hall of...

  • 2005: Shirley Morash
  • 2006: Robin Wilson
  • 2007: Muriel Fage
  • 2008: Don Wittman
    Don Wittman
    Donald Rae Wittman was a Canadian sportscaster.Born in Herbert, Saskatchewan, Wittman attended the University of Saskatchewan and got his start in the field of broadcasting as a news reporter with CFQC radio in Saskatoon in 1955.As a sportscaster, Wittman covered many sports including athletics,...

  • 2009: Linda Bolton
  • 2010: Anne Merklinger
    Anne Merklinger
    Anne Merklinger is a retired Canadian curler from Ottawa. Merklinger is a two-time runner-up at the Tournament of Hearts, the Canadian women's championship. She curled out of the Rideau Curling Club....

  • 2011: Elaine Dagg-Jackson

All-Star teams


2011

First Team
  • Skip: Jennifer Jones
    Jennifer Jones (curler)
    Jennifer Jones is a Canadian curler from East St. Paul, Manitoba. Jones, a lawyer, is corporate counsel for Wellington West Capital and a Windsor Park Collegiate graduate.-Early success:...

    , Team Canada
  • Third: Kaitlyn Lawes
    Kaitlyn Lawes
    Kaitlyn Lawes is a Canadian curler born in Winnipeg, Manitoba. She is a two-time Canadian junior champion...

    , Team Canada
  • Second: Jill Officer
    Jill Officer
    Jill Officer is a Canadian curler from Winnipeg, Manitoba. Officer plays second for the 2005, 2008, 2009 and 2010 Scotties Tournament of Hearts champion teams skipped by Jennifer Jones. She currently resides in Winnipeg, Manitoba with her husband Devlin Hinchey.Officer has played with Jones since...

    , Team Canada
  • Lead: Dawn Askin
    Dawn Askin
    Dawn Askin is a Canadian curler from Winnipeg, Manitoba. She currently plays lead for Jennifer Jones....

    , Team Canada


Second Team
  • Skip: Amber Holland
    Amber Holland
    Amber Holland is a Canadian curler. Holland skipped Saskatchewan's team to a national women's championship in 2011 by defeating defending champion Jennifer Jones in the Scotties Tournament of Hearts...

    , Saskatchewan
  • Third: Kim Schneider
    Kim Schneider
    Kim Schneider is a Canadian curler from Kronau, Saskatchewan. She currently plays third for Amber Holland.Schneider grew up in the small village of Kronau, Saskatchewan outside of Regina...

    , Saskatchewan
  • Second: Tammy Schneider
    Tammy Schneider
    Tammy Schneider is a Canadian curler from Kronau, Saskatchewan. She currently plays second for Amber Holland.Schneider grew up in the small village of Kronau, Saskatchewan outside of Regina...

    , Saskatchewan
  • Lead: Chelsey Bell, Alberta

2010

First Team
  • Skip: Kelly Scott
    Kelly Scott
    Kelly Scott is a Canadian curler from Kelowna, British Columbia.-1995-2005:...

    , British Columbia
  • Third: Cathy Overton-Clapham
    Cathy Overton-Clapham
    Cathy Overton-Clapham is a Canadian curler...

    , Team Canada
  • Second: Jill Officer
    Jill Officer
    Jill Officer is a Canadian curler from Winnipeg, Manitoba. Officer plays second for the 2005, 2008, 2009 and 2010 Scotties Tournament of Hearts champion teams skipped by Jennifer Jones. She currently resides in Winnipeg, Manitoba with her husband Devlin Hinchey.Officer has played with Jones since...

    , Team Canada
  • Lead: Dawn Askin
    Dawn Askin
    Dawn Askin is a Canadian curler from Winnipeg, Manitoba. She currently plays lead for Jennifer Jones....

    , Team Canada


Second Team
  • Skip: Jennifer Jones
    Jennifer Jones (curler)
    Jennifer Jones is a Canadian curler from East St. Paul, Manitoba. Jones, a lawyer, is corporate counsel for Wellington West Capital and a Windsor Park Collegiate graduate.-Early success:...

    , Team Canada
  • Third: Jeanna Schraeder
    Jeanna Schraeder
    Jeanna Schraeder is a Canadian curler from British Columbia. She currently plays third for Kelly Scott....

    , British Columbia
  • Second: Sasha Carter
    Sasha Carter
    Sasha Carter also known as Sasha Bergner, is a Canadian curler from Kelowna, British Columbia. She currently plays second for Kelly Scott....

    , British Columbia
  • Lead: Jacquie Armstrong
    Jacquie Armstrong
    Jacquie Armstrong is a Canadian curler from Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. She currently plays lead for the Kelly Scott rink....

    , British Columbia


2009

First Team
  • Skip: Stefanie Lawton
    Stefanie Lawton
    Stefanie Lawton is a Canadian curler from Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. After an appearance at the 1997 Canadian Junior Championships, she would go on to win the 2000 Championships with the help of her team of sister Marliese Miller , Stacy Helm and Amanda MacDonald . At the worlds that year, she...

    , Saskatchewan
  • Third: Cathy Overton-Clapham
    Cathy Overton-Clapham
    Cathy Overton-Clapham is a Canadian curler...

    , Team Canada
  • Second: Diane Gushulak, British Columbia
  • Lead: Lana Vey
    Lana Vey
    Lana Vey is a Canadian curler from Regina, Saskatchewan.Vey had no prior national championship experience when she was picked up to play third for Jan Betker for the 2006-07 season to replace Joan McCusker...

    , Saskatchewan


Second Team
  • Skip: Marla Mallett
    Marla Mallett
    Marla Mallett is a Canadian curler from Langley, British Columbia....

    , British Columbia
  • Third: Grace MacInnes, British Columbia
  • Second: Sherri Singler, Saskatchewan
  • Lead: Joëlle Sabourin
    Joëlle Sabourin
    Joëlle Sabourin is a Canadian curler from Gatineau. She currently plays third for Chantal Osborne.Sabourin is a four-time provincial champion for her native Quebec, earning her the right to play at four national championships...

    , Quebec


2008

First Team
  • Skip: Shannon Kleibrink
    Shannon Kleibrink
    Shannon Kleibrink is a Canadian curler from Okotoks, Alberta. She and her team of third Amy Nixon, second Glenys Bakker, lead Christine Keshen and alternate Sandra Jenkins represented Canada at the 2006 Winter Olympics in Turin, Italy...

    , Alberta
  • Third: Amy Nixon
    Amy Nixon
    Amy Nixon is a Canadian curler. At the age of four she moved with her family to Regina, Saskatchewan, where she grew up. She moved to Calgary in 1995, where she now resides. Nixon is an alumnus of the University of Calgary with three degrees in kinesiology, women's studies and law...

    , Alberta
  • Second: Jill Officer
    Jill Officer
    Jill Officer is a Canadian curler from Winnipeg, Manitoba. Officer plays second for the 2005, 2008, 2009 and 2010 Scotties Tournament of Hearts champion teams skipped by Jennifer Jones. She currently resides in Winnipeg, Manitoba with her husband Devlin Hinchey.Officer has played with Jones since...

    , Manitoba
  • Lead: Chelsey Bell, Alberta


Second Team
  • Skip: Sherry Middaugh
    Sherry Middaugh
    Sherry L. Middaugh is a Canadian curler from Victoria Harbour, Ontario. Before marrying world champion curler Wayne Middaugh, she was known as Sherry Scheirich....

    , Ontario
  • Third: Cathy Overton-Clapham
    Cathy Overton-Clapham
    Cathy Overton-Clapham is a Canadian curler...

    , Manitoba
  • Second: Sasha Carter
    Sasha Carter
    Sasha Carter also known as Sasha Bergner, is a Canadian curler from Kelowna, British Columbia. She currently plays second for Kelly Scott....

    , Team Canada
  • Lead: Dawn Askin
    Dawn Askin
    Dawn Askin is a Canadian curler from Winnipeg, Manitoba. She currently plays lead for Jennifer Jones....

    , Manitoba


2007

First Team
  • Skip: Kelly Scott
    Kelly Scott
    Kelly Scott is a Canadian curler from Kelowna, British Columbia.-1995-2005:...

    , Team Canada
  • Third: Jeanna Schraeder
    Jeanna Schraeder
    Jeanna Schraeder is a Canadian curler from British Columbia. She currently plays third for Kelly Scott....

    , Team Canada
  • Second: Jill Officer
    Jill Officer
    Jill Officer is a Canadian curler from Winnipeg, Manitoba. Officer plays second for the 2005, 2008, 2009 and 2010 Scotties Tournament of Hearts champion teams skipped by Jennifer Jones. She currently resides in Winnipeg, Manitoba with her husband Devlin Hinchey.Officer has played with Jones since...

    , Manitoba
  • Lead: Marcia Gudereit
    Marcia Gudereit
    Marcia Gudereit is a Canadian curler.Born in Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan, she was part of Team Schmirler, the women's curling team that won a gold medal at the 1998 Winter Olympics. This team is the only 3-time winner of the World Curling Championship...

    , Saskatchewan


Second Team
  • Skip: Jan Betker
    Jan Betker
    Janice "Jan" Betker is a Canadian curler. Betker is best known for playing third on the Sandra Schmirler rink that won three world championships and an Olympic gold medal in the 1990s...

    , Saskatchewan
  • Third: Lana Vey
    Lana Vey
    Lana Vey is a Canadian curler from Regina, Saskatchewan.Vey had no prior national championship experience when she was picked up to play third for Jan Betker for the 2006-07 season to replace Joan McCusker...

    , Saskatchewan
  • Second: Sasha Carter
    Sasha Carter
    Sasha Carter also known as Sasha Bergner, is a Canadian curler from Kelowna, British Columbia. She currently plays second for Kelly Scott....

    , Team Canada
  • Lead: Darah Provencal, British Columbia


2006

First Team
  • Skip: Kelly Scott
    Kelly Scott
    Kelly Scott is a Canadian curler from Kelowna, British Columbia.-1995-2005:...

    , British Columbia
  • Third: Jeanna Schraeder
    Jeanna Schraeder
    Jeanna Schraeder is a Canadian curler from British Columbia. She currently plays third for Kelly Scott....

    , British Columbia
  • Second: Mary-Anne Arsenault
    Mary-Anne Arsenault
    Mary-Anne Arsenault is a Canadian curler from Halifax, Nova Scotia. She is the long time second for Colleen Jones' team with whom she has won five Canadian championships, and two World Curling Championships...

    , Nova Scotia
  • Lead: Georgina Wheatcroft
    Georgina Wheatcroft
    Georgina Wheatcroft is a Canadian curler.Wheatcroft made her Scott Tournament of Hearts debut in 1987 as a third for Pat Sanders. Wheatcroft's prior experience had been as a skip at the Canadian Junior Curling Championships in 1985 for British Columbia...

    , Team Canada


Second Team
  • Skip: Heather Strong
    Heather Strong
    Heather Strong is a Canadian curler.Strong is the current Provincial Director of the Terry Fox Foundation and an avid curler...

    , Newfoundland and Labrador
  • Third: Cathy Overton-Clapham
    Cathy Overton-Clapham
    Cathy Overton-Clapham is a Canadian curler...

    , Team Canada
  • Second: Sasha Carter
    Sasha Carter
    Sasha Carter also known as Sasha Bergner, is a Canadian curler from Kelowna, British Columbia. She currently plays second for Kelly Scott....

    , British Columbia
  • Lead: Nancy Delahunt
    Nancy Delahunt
    Nancy Delahunt is a Canadian curler from Halifax, Nova Scotia. Delahunt currently plays third for Colleen Jones. Delahunt was a longtime member of the Colleen Jones team which won five Scott Tournament of Hearts and two World Curling Championships...

    , Nova Scotia


2005

First Team
  • Skip: Jennifer Jones
    Jennifer Jones (curler)
    Jennifer Jones is a Canadian curler from East St. Paul, Manitoba. Jones, a lawyer, is corporate counsel for Wellington West Capital and a Windsor Park Collegiate graduate.-Early success:...

    , Manitoba
  • Third: Marliese Miller
    Marliese Kasner
    Marliese Kasner is a Canadian curler from Shellbrook, Saskatchewan. She plays lead for her sister, Stefanie Lawton.-Career:Kasner is a two-time Canadian Junior Champion, having won the title in 2000 playing third for her sister, and winning it in her own right as skip in 2003...

    , Saskatchewan
  • Second: Dawn Askin
    Dawn Askin
    Dawn Askin is a Canadian curler from Winnipeg, Manitoba. She currently plays lead for Jennifer Jones....

    , Ontario
  • Lead: Nancy Delahunt
    Nancy Delahunt
    Nancy Delahunt is a Canadian curler from Halifax, Nova Scotia. Delahunt currently plays third for Colleen Jones. Delahunt was a longtime member of the Colleen Jones team which won five Scott Tournament of Hearts and two World Curling Championships...

    , Team Canada


Second Team
  • Skip: Jenn Hanna
    Jenn Hanna
    Jennifer Ann Hanna is a Canadian curler who curls out of the Ottawa Curling Club. She was a finalist in both the 1998 Canadian Junior Curling Championship and the 2005 Scott Tournament of Hearts.-Personal life:...

    , Ontario
  • Third: Pascale Letendre, Ontario
  • Second: Sherri Singler, Saskatchewan
  • Lead: Susan O'Leary, Newfoundland and Labrador


2004

First Team
  • Skip: Colleen Jones
    Colleen Jones
    Colleen P. Jones is a Canadian curler and television personality. She is best known as the skip of two women's world championship teams and six Tournament of Hearts Canadian women's championships, including an unprecedented four titles in a row...

    , Team Canada
  • Third: Amy Nixon
    Amy Nixon
    Amy Nixon is a Canadian curler. At the age of four she moved with her family to Regina, Saskatchewan, where she grew up. She moved to Calgary in 1995, where she now resides. Nixon is an alumnus of the University of Calgary with three degrees in kinesiology, women's studies and law...

    , Alberta
  • Second: Maureen Bonar
    Maureen Bonar
    Maureen Bonar is a Canadian curler.Bonar is a four time provincial champion- twice as a skip.After having won the 1982 provincial junior championships as skip, Bonar joined up with Patti Vande as her lead and won the 1983 provincial championships earning them the right to represent Manitoba at the...

    , Manitoba
  • Lead: Nancy Delahunt
    Nancy Delahunt
    Nancy Delahunt is a Canadian curler from Halifax, Nova Scotia. Delahunt currently plays third for Colleen Jones. Delahunt was a longtime member of the Colleen Jones team which won five Scott Tournament of Hearts and two World Curling Championships...

    , Team Canada


Second Team
  • Skip: Lois Fowler, Manitoba
  • Third: Kim Kelly
    Kim Kelly (curler)
    Kim Kelly is a Canadian curler, throwing second stones for Mary-Anne Arsenault's Nova Scotia rink...

    , Team Canada
  • Second: Mary-Anne Arsenault
    Mary-Anne Arsenault
    Mary-Anne Arsenault is a Canadian curler from Halifax, Nova Scotia. She is the long time second for Colleen Jones' team with whom she has won five Canadian championships, and two World Curling Championships...

    , Team Canada
  • Lead: Heather Martin
    Heather Martin
    Heather Martin born on November 10, 1963 in Halifax, Nova Scotia is a Canadian curler. She currently plays lead rocks for Stacie Devereaux out of the Bally Haly Golf & Curling Club in St. John’s, Newfoundland.-1991-2000:...

    , Newfoundland and Labrador


2003

First Team
  • Skip: Colleen Jones
    Colleen Jones
    Colleen P. Jones is a Canadian curler and television personality. She is best known as the skip of two women's world championship teams and six Tournament of Hearts Canadian women's championships, including an unprecedented four titles in a row...

    , Team Canada
  • Third: Sherry Linton, Saskatchewan
  • Second: Robyn MacPhee
    Robyn MacPhee
    Robyn MacPhee is a Canadian curler. She currently plays third for Suzanne Birt....

    , Prince Edward Island
  • Lead: Nancy Delahunt
    Nancy Delahunt
    Nancy Delahunt is a Canadian curler from Halifax, Nova Scotia. Delahunt currently plays third for Colleen Jones. Delahunt was a longtime member of the Colleen Jones team which won five Scott Tournament of Hearts and two World Curling Championships...

    , Team Canada


Second Team
  • Skip: Suzanne Gaudet, Prince Edward Island
  • Third: Rebecca Jean MacPhee, Prince Edward Island
  • Second: Joan McCusker
    Joan McCusker
    Joan McCusker , grew up in Saltcoats. She is a Canadian curler who played second on the team of Sandra Schmirler at the provincial, national and international level. As part of the Schmirler rink, McCusker won a gold medal at the 1998 Winter Olympics...

    , Saskatchewan
  • Lead: Kate Horne, Alberta


2002

First Team
  • Skip: Sherry Anderson
    Sherry Anderson
    Sherry Anderson is a Canadian curler from Delisle, Saskatchewan.Anderson has been to five Scott Tournament of Hearts, four as a skip. Her first Scotts were in 1994 when her team lost in the semi-final. Anderson returned the following year, but finished out of the playoffs at 6-5...

    , Saskatchewan
  • Third: Janet Brown, Ontario
  • Second: Mary-Anne Waye
    Mary-Anne Arsenault
    Mary-Anne Arsenault is a Canadian curler from Halifax, Nova Scotia. She is the long time second for Colleen Jones' team with whom she has won five Canadian championships, and two World Curling Championships...

    , Team Canada
  • Lead: Nancy Delahunt
    Nancy Delahunt
    Nancy Delahunt is a Canadian curler from Halifax, Nova Scotia. Delahunt currently plays third for Colleen Jones. Delahunt was a longtime member of the Colleen Jones team which won five Scott Tournament of Hearts and two World Curling Championships...

    , Team Canada


Second Team
  • Skip: Sherry Middaugh
    Sherry Middaugh
    Sherry L. Middaugh is a Canadian curler from Victoria Harbour, Ontario. Before marrying world champion curler Wayne Middaugh, she was known as Sherry Scheirich....

    , Ontario
  • Third: Lawnie MacDonald, Alberta
  • Second: Lynn Fallis-Kurz, Manitoba
  • Lead: Allison Franey, New Brunswick


2001

First Team
  • Skip: Marie-France Larouche
    Marie-France Larouche
    Marie-France Larouche is a Canadian curler.Larouche is a former national junior curling champion, having won the title in 1999 with her team of Nancy Bélanger, Marie-Ève Létourneau, Valerie Grenier and Véronique Grégoire. Larouche won the championship after four previous unsuccessful attempts...

    , Quebec
  • Third: Kim Kelly
    Kim Kelly (curler)
    Kim Kelly is a Canadian curler, throwing second stones for Mary-Anne Arsenault's Nova Scotia rink...

    , Nova Scotia
  • Second: Georgina Wheatcroft
    Georgina Wheatcroft
    Georgina Wheatcroft is a Canadian curler.Wheatcroft made her Scott Tournament of Hearts debut in 1987 as a third for Pat Sanders. Wheatcroft's prior experience had been as a skip at the Canadian Junior Curling Championships in 1985 for British Columbia...

    , Team Canada
  • Lead: Sheri Cordina, Ontario


Second Team
  • Skip: Kelley Law
    Kelley Law
    Kelley Law formerly known as Kelley Atkins and Kelley Owen is a Canadian curler from Coquitlam, British Columbia...

    , Team Canada
  • Third: Lisa Whitaker, British Columbia
  • Second: Roberta Materi, Saskatchewan
  • Lead: Karen McNamee, Alberta


2000

First Team
  • Skip: Connie Laliberte
    Connie Laliberte
    Connie Laliberte is a Canadian curler from Manitoba and world champion.-Championships:Laliberte became world champion in 1984 as skip for the Canadian team....

    , Manitoba
  • Third: Cathy Overton-Clapham
    Cathy Overton-Clapham
    Cathy Overton-Clapham is a Canadian curler...

    , Manitoba
  • Second: Karen Daku, Saskatchewan
  • Lead: Tricia MacGregor, Prince Edward Island


Second Team
  • Skip: Anne Merklinger
    Anne Merklinger
    Anne Merklinger is a retired Canadian curler from Ottawa. Merklinger is a two-time runner-up at the Tournament of Hearts, the Canadian women's championship. She curled out of the Rideau Curling Club....

    , Ontario
  • Third: Cathy Walter, Saskatchewan
  • Second: Debbie Jones-Walker, Manitoba
  • Lead: Nancy Delahunt
    Nancy Delahunt
    Nancy Delahunt is a Canadian curler from Halifax, Nova Scotia. Delahunt currently plays third for Colleen Jones. Delahunt was a longtime member of the Colleen Jones team which won five Scott Tournament of Hearts and two World Curling Championships...

    , Team Canada


1999

First Team
  • Skip: Colleen Jones
    Colleen Jones
    Colleen P. Jones is a Canadian curler and television personality. She is best known as the skip of two women's world championship teams and six Tournament of Hearts Canadian women's championships, including an unprecedented four titles in a row...

    , Nova Scotia
  • Third: Heather Godberson
    Heather Nedohin
    Heather Nedohin is a Canadian curler from Sherwood Park, Alberta. She is a former Canadian and World Junior champion, Scott Tournament of Hearts Champion and a World bronze medalist...

    , Team Canada
  • Second: Brenda Bohmer, Team Canada
  • Lead: Lou Ann Henry, Prince Edward Island


Second Team
  • Skip: Connie Laliberte
    Connie Laliberte
    Connie Laliberte is a Canadian curler from Manitoba and world champion.-Championships:Laliberte became world champion in 1984 as skip for the Canadian team....

    , Manitoba
  • Third: Marcy Balderston, Alberta
  • Second: Mary-Anne Waye
    Mary-Anne Arsenault
    Mary-Anne Arsenault is a Canadian curler from Halifax, Nova Scotia. She is the long time second for Colleen Jones' team with whom she has won five Canadian championships, and two World Curling Championships...

    , Nova Scotia
  • Lead: Kate Horne, Team Canada


1998

First Team
  • Skip: Cathy Borst
    Cathy King
    Cathy King , formerly Cathy Borst is a Canadian curler from St. Albert, Alberta...

    , Alberta
  • Third: Jan Betker
    Jan Betker
    Janice "Jan" Betker is a Canadian curler. Betker is best known for playing third on the Sandra Schmirler rink that won three world championships and an Olympic gold medal in the 1990s...

    , Team Canada
  • Second: Brenda Bohmer, Alberta
  • Lead: Marcia Gudereit
    Marcia Gudereit
    Marcia Gudereit is a Canadian curler.Born in Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan, she was part of Team Schmirler, the women's curling team that won a gold medal at the 1998 Winter Olympics. This team is the only 3-time winner of the World Curling Championship...

    , Team Canada


Second Team
  • Skip: Anne Merklinger
    Anne Merklinger
    Anne Merklinger is a retired Canadian curler from Ottawa. Merklinger is a two-time runner-up at the Tournament of Hearts, the Canadian women's championship. She curled out of the Rideau Curling Club....

    , Ontario
  • Third: Heather Godberson
    Heather Nedohin
    Heather Nedohin is a Canadian curler from Sherwood Park, Alberta. She is a former Canadian and World Junior champion, Scott Tournament of Hearts Champion and a World bronze medalist...

    , Alberta
  • Second: Patti McKnight, Ontario
  • Lead: Heather Hopkins, Nova Scotia


1997

First Team
  • Skip: Sandra Schmirler
    Sandra Schmirler
    Sandra Marie Schmirler, SOM , was a Canadian curler, who captured three Canadian Curling Championships and three World Curling Championships. Schmirler skipped her Canadian team to a gold medal at the 1998 Winter Olympics, the first year curling was a medal sport...

    , Saskatchewan
  • Third: Jan Betker
    Jan Betker
    Janice "Jan" Betker is a Canadian curler. Betker is best known for playing third on the Sandra Schmirler rink that won three world championships and an Olympic gold medal in the 1990s...

    , Saskatchewan
  • Second: Joan McCusker
    Joan McCusker
    Joan McCusker , grew up in Saltcoats. She is a Canadian curler who played second on the team of Sandra Schmirler at the provincial, national and international level. As part of the Schmirler rink, McCusker won a gold medal at the 1998 Winter Olympics...

    , Saskatchewan
  • Lead: Jane Hooper, Team Canada


Second Team
  • Skip: Alison Goring
    Alison Goring
    Alison Goring is a Canadian curler.Goring is a former Canadian champion skip, having won the 1990 Scott Tournament of Hearts. She was also a successful junior curler, having won the 1983 Canadian Junior Curling Championships.Goring won her first provincial championship in 1990...

    , Ontario
  • Third: Heather Godberson
    Heather Nedohin
    Heather Nedohin is a Canadian curler from Sherwood Park, Alberta. She is a former Canadian and World Junior champion, Scott Tournament of Hearts Champion and a World bronze medalist...

    , Alberta
  • Second: Corie Beveridge, Team Canada
  • Lead: Heather Martin
    Heather Martin
    Heather Martin born on November 10, 1963 in Halifax, Nova Scotia is a Canadian curler. She currently plays lead rocks for Stacie Devereaux out of the Bally Haly Golf & Curling Club in St. John’s, Newfoundland.-1991-2000:...

    , Newfoundland


1996
  • Skip: Sherry Scheirich
    Sherry Middaugh
    Sherry L. Middaugh is a Canadian curler from Victoria Harbour, Ontario. Before marrying world champion curler Wayne Middaugh, she was known as Sherry Scheirich....

    , Saskatchewan
  • Third: Kim Gellard, Ontario
  • Second: Tricia MacGregor, Prince Edward Island
  • Lead: Judy Pendergast, Alberta


1995
  • Skip: Rebecca MacPhee, Prince Edward Island
  • Third: Kay Montgomery, Saskatchewan
  • Second: Joan McCusker
    Joan McCusker
    Joan McCusker , grew up in Saltcoats. She is a Canadian curler who played second on the team of Sandra Schmirler at the provincial, national and international level. As part of the Schmirler rink, McCusker won a gold medal at the 1998 Winter Olympics...

    , Team Canada
  • Lead: Janet Arnott
    Janet Arnott
    Janet Arnott is a Canadian curler from Manitoba.Arnott was the long time lead for her sister, Connie Laliberte winning the Scott Tournament of Hearts in 1984 and 1992 and the World Curling Championships in 1984...

    , Manitoba


1994
  • Skip: Laura Phillips, Newfoundland
  • Third: Jan Betker
    Jan Betker
    Janice "Jan" Betker is a Canadian curler. Betker is best known for playing third on the Sandra Schmirler rink that won three world championships and an Olympic gold medal in the 1990s...

    , Team Canada
  • Second: Joan McCusker
    Joan McCusker
    Joan McCusker , grew up in Saltcoats. She is a Canadian curler who played second on the team of Sandra Schmirler at the provincial, national and international level. As part of the Schmirler rink, McCusker won a gold medal at the 1998 Winter Olympics...

    , Team Canada
  • Lead: Kim Kelly
    Kim Kelly (curler)
    Kim Kelly is a Canadian curler, throwing second stones for Mary-Anne Arsenault's Nova Scotia rink...

    , Nova Scotia


1993
  • Skip: Sandra Peterson
    Sandra Schmirler
    Sandra Marie Schmirler, SOM , was a Canadian curler, who captured three Canadian Curling Championships and three World Curling Championships. Schmirler skipped her Canadian team to a gold medal at the 1998 Winter Olympics, the first year curling was a medal sport...

    , Saskatchewan
  • Third: Cathy Cunningham, Newfoundland
  • Second: Patti McKnight, Ontario
  • Lead: Mary-Anne Waye
    Mary-Anne Arsenault
    Mary-Anne Arsenault is a Canadian curler from Halifax, Nova Scotia. She is the long time second for Colleen Jones' team with whom she has won five Canadian championships, and two World Curling Championships...

    , Nova Scotia


1992
  • Skip: Lisa Walker, British Columbia
  • Third: Kathy Fahlman, Saskatchewan
  • Second: Kim Kelly
    Kim Kelly (curler)
    Kim Kelly is a Canadian curler, throwing second stones for Mary-Anne Arsenault's Nova Scotia rink...

    , Nova Scotia
  • Lead: Karri Willms, Team Canada


1991
  • Skip: Julie Sutton
    Julie Skinner
    Julie Skinner is a Canadian curler and Olympic medalist. She received a bronze medal at the 2002 Winter Olympics in Salt Lake City....

    , British Columbia
  • Third: Jackie-Rae Greening, Alberta
  • Second: Sheri Stewart, New Brunswick
  • Lead: Cheryl McPherson, Team Canada


1990
  • Skip: Heather Rankin
    Heather Rankin
    Heather Rankin is a Canadian curler currently residing in Alberta.While living in Nova Scotia, Rankin won the provincial junior championships in 1984 and would skip the Nova Scotia team at the Canadian Junior Curling Championships...

    , Nova Scotia
  • Third: Jackie-Rae Greening, Alberta
  • Second: Andrea Lawes, Ontario
  • Lead: Lorie Kehler, Saskatchewan


1989
  • Skip: Chris More, Manitoba
  • Third: Karen Purdy, Manitoba
  • Second: Diane Alexander, Alberta
  • Lead: Tracy Kennedy, Team Canada


1988
  • Skip: Michelle Schneider
    Michelle Englot
    Michelle Englot ; is a Canadian curler from Regina, Saskatchewan...

    , Saskatchewan
  • Third: Cindy Tucker, British Columbia
  • Second: Georgina Hawkes
    Georgina Wheatcroft
    Georgina Wheatcroft is a Canadian curler.Wheatcroft made her Scott Tournament of Hearts debut in 1987 as a third for Pat Sanders. Wheatcroft's prior experience had been as a skip at the Canadian Junior Curling Championships in 1985 for British Columbia...

    , British Columbia
  • Lead: Tracy Kennedy, Ontario


1987
  • Skip: Kathie Ellwood, Manitoba
  • Third: Sandra Schmirler
    Sandra Schmirler
    Sandra Marie Schmirler, SOM , was a Canadian curler, who captured three Canadian Curling Championships and three World Curling Championships. Schmirler skipped her Canadian team to a gold medal at the 1998 Winter Olympics, the first year curling was a medal sport...

    , Saskatchewan
  • Second: Jan Betker
    Jan Betker
    Janice "Jan" Betker is a Canadian curler. Betker is best known for playing third on the Sandra Schmirler rink that won three world championships and an Olympic gold medal in the 1990s...

    , Saskatchewan
  • Lead: Sheila Schneider, Saskatchewan


1986
  • Skip: Linda Moore
    Linda Moore
    Linda Moore is a Canadian world champion curler. Since 1989, she has been a member of the TSN curling coverage team along with Vic Rauter and formerly Ray Turnbull .-Career:...

    , Team Canada
  • Third: Kathy McEdwards, Ontario
  • Second: Chris Gervais, Saskatchewan
  • Lead: Laurie Carney, Team Canada


1985
  • Skip: Susan Seitz, Alberta
  • Third: Lindsay Sparkes
    Lindsay Sparkes
    Lindsay Sparkes is a Canadian curler. She is a three-time Canadian champion, world champion and Olympic demonstration champion....

    , British Columbia
  • Second: Debbie Jones, British Columbia
  • Lead: Debbie Herbert, Newfoundland


1984
  • Skip: Connie Laliberte
    Connie Laliberte
    Connie Laliberte is a Canadian curler from Manitoba and world champion.-Championships:Laliberte became world champion in 1984 as skip for the Canadian team....

    , Manitoba
  • Third: Gillian Thompson, Saskatchewan
  • Second: Chris Gervais, Saskatchewan
  • Lead: Laurie Carney, British Columbia


1983
  • Skip: Shelly Bildfell, Yukon/Northwest Territories
  • Third: Sharon Horne, Nova Scotia
  • Second: Cathy Caudle, Nova Scotia
  • Lead: Penny Ryan, Alberta


1982
  • Skip: Arleen Day, Saskatchewan
  • Third: Lynne Andrews, Manitoba
  • Second: Donna Cunliffe, British Columbia
  • Lead: Barbara Jones-Gordon, Nova Scotia

See also

  • Tim Hortons Brier
    Tim Hortons Brier
    The Tim Hortons Brier, or simply the Brier, is the annual Canadian men's curling championship, sanctioned by the Canadian Curling Association . The current event name refers to its main sponsor, the Tim Hortons coffee and doughnut shop chain.The Brier has been held since 1927, traditionally during...

     (men's)
  • United States Curling Women's Championships
    United States Curling Women's Championships
    The United States Women's Curling Championship is the annual women's national curling championship for the United States. It acts as a qualifier for the World Women's Curling Championships. Ten teams play in each championship, with the two top-ranked teams in the nation qualifying automatically...

  • Columba Cream Scottish Women's Championship
    Columba Cream Scottish Women's Championship
    The Columba Cream Scottish Women's Championship is the Scottish national women's curling championship.-Championships:-See also:*Bruadar Scottish Men's Championship*Scotties Tournament of Hearts *United States Curling Women's Championships...


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