Scotties Tournament of Hearts

Exciting and Uniting Canadians From Coast to Coast

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A Proud Partnership Lasting Decades

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For over 35 years, Kruger Products has sponsored the Scotties®' Tournament of Hearts, Canada’s National Women’s Curling Championship. We’re proud to partner with and support this iconic women’s curling event which features the best curlers from every province and territory.

The Scotties represents the very best of women’s sport – dedicated teamwork, incredible passion and the strong bond of sisterhood that can only be developed through intense competition.

Since 1981

You’ve Made It Possible Since 1981

It’s only because you purchase Scotties®' facial tissue, Cashmere® and Purex ® bathroom tissue and SpongeTowels® paper towels that we’ve been able to act as presenting sponsor of the Scotties since 1981.

Thank you for helping exceptional Canadian women compete and grow this incredible sport!

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The heart of curling is real warmth founded on sportsmanship and camaraderie, sharpened by the keen spirit of competition. Kruger Products is proud to be part of this truly great Canadian game.

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The 2018 Scotties Just Got Harder and More Entertaining

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This year’s Scotties Tournament of Hearts is increasing the number of participating teams from 12 to 16. It’s going to be even tougher to win and more exciting to watch than ever before.

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The event will be held in Penticton, BC at the South Okanagan Events Centre from January 27 to February 4, 2018. Leading up to the tournament, the provincial and territorial championship games will be held across Canada to determine who will earn their berth in the National Women’s Curling Championship.

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Curling Canada

The Long Road to Team Canada Glory

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Team Canada is a much sought-after prize as it means an automatic spot in next year’s Canadian National Women’s Curling Championship.

Every year, hometown teams from across Canada compete in provincial and territorial curling championships with one goal in mind – to qualify for and then win our nation’s most prestigious women’s curling tournament.

These elite competitors will join Team Canada in a battle for the Scotties Tournament of Hearts title and the Canadian Women's Curling National Championship.

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MILLION CURLERS ACTIVE ACROSS CANADA

A Great Canadian Pastime Keeps Growing

Today there are over 1.6 million curlers active across Canada, including many enthusiastic players working at Kruger Products. There’s also a tremendous fan base with over 13 million Canadians tuning in to watch curling each year!

Some great news is the sport’s popularity with younger people. Almost 40% of players in the country are under the age of 34 so the future looks bright indeed.

Curling truly captures the imagination of Canadians from coast to coast. Kruger Products is thrilled to play a role in growing this exciting, challenging and unique game.

Champions From Every Corner of Canada

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2017

Team Canada

The winner of the 2017 Scotties Tournament of Hearts is Team Rachel Homan from Ontario (Ottawa Curling Club).

Subsequently, Team Homan earned an Olympic berth and will not be competing in the 2018 Scotties as they’ll be focused on preparing to represent our nation and beat the world’s best. Therefore, last year’s runners-up, Team Englot, will take up the torch and defend the Team Canada title.

Rachel Homan

Skip

Emma Miskew

third

Joanne Courtney

second

Lisa Weagle

lead

age

27

occupation

Curler

highlights

Skipped Ontario at 2011 and ’13 Hearts, Team Canada in ’14 and ’15; won gold medal in ’13 and ’14, bronze in ’15. Bronze medallist at 2013 worlds as skip for Canada, silver in ’14.

age

28

occupation

Industrial and graphic designer

highlights

Played third for Ontario at 2011 and ’13 Hearts, for Team Canada in ’14 and ’15; won gold medal in ’13 and ’14, bronze in ’15. Bronze medallist at 2013 worlds as third for Canada, silver in ’14.

age

27

occupation

Registered nurse

highlights

Played third for Alberta at 2014 Hearts, second for Team Canada in ’15; won silver medal in ’14, bronze in ’15.

age

31

occupation

Communications advisor

highlights

Played lead for Ontario at 2011 and ’13 Hearts, for Team Canada in ’14 and ’15; won gold medal in ’13 and ’14, bronze in ’15. Bronze medallist at 2013 worlds as lead for Canada, silver in ’14.

2016 -

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2012-2008

2016

Grande Prairie

2016 / Grande Prairie

  • Chelsea Carey
  • Amy Nixon
  • Jocelyn Peterman
  • Laine Peters

2015

Moose Jaw

2015 / Moose Jaw

  • Jennifer Jones
  • Kaitlyn Lawes
  • Jill Officer
  • Dawn McEwen

2014

Montréal

2014 / Montréal

  • Rachel Homan
  • Emma Miskew
  • Alison Kreviazuk
  • Lisa Weagle

2013

Kingston

2013 / Kingston

  • Rachel Homan
  • Emma Miskew
  • Alison Kreviazuk
  • Lisa Weagle

2012-2008

2012

Red Deer

2012 / Red Deer

  • Heather Nedohin
  • Beth Iskiw
  • Jessica Mair
  • Laine Peters

2011

Charlottetown

2011 / Charlottetown

  • Amber Holland
  • Kim Schneider
  • Tammy Schneider
  • Heather Kalenchuk

2010

Sault Ste. Marie

2010 / Sault Ste. Marie

  • Jennifer Jones
  • Cathy Overton-Clapham
  • Jill Officer
  • Dawn Askin

2009

Victoria

2009 / Victoria

  • Jennifer Jones
  • Cathy Overton-Clapham
  • Jill Officer
  • Dawn Askin

2012-2008

2008

Regina

2008 / Regina

  • Jennifer Jones
  • Cathy Overton-Clapham
  • Jill Officer
  • Dawn Askin

2007

Lethbridge

2007 / Lethbridge

  • Kelly Scott
  • Jeanna Schraeder
  • Sasha Carter
  • Renee Simons

2006

London

2006 / London

  • Kelly Scott
  • Jeanna Schraeder
  • Sasha Carter
  • Renee Simons

2005

St. John's

2005 / St. John's

  • Jennifer Jones
  • Cathy Overton-Clapham
  • Jill Officer
  • Cathy Gauthier

2012-2008

2004

Red Deer

2004 / Red Deer

  • Colleen Jones
  • Kim Kelly
  • Mary-Anne Arsenault
  • Nancy Delahunt

2003

Kitchener-Waterloo

2003 / Kitchener-Waterloo

  • Colleen Jones
  • Kim Kelly
  • Mary-Anne Waye
  • Nancy Delahunt

2002

Brandon

2002 / Brandon

  • Colleen Jones
  • Kim Kelly
  • Mary-Anne Waye
  • Nancy Delahunt

2001

Sudbury

2001 / Sudbury

  • Colleen Jones
  • Kim Kelly
  • Mary-Anne Waye
  • Nancy Delahunt

2012-2008

2000

Prince George

2000 / Prince George

  • Kelley Law
  • Julie Skinner
  • Georgina Wheatcroft
  • Diane Nelson

1999

Charlottetown

1999 / Charlottetown

  • Colleen Jones
  • Kim Kelly
  • Mary-Anne Waye
  • Nancy Delahunt

1998

Regina

1998 / Regina

  • Cathy Borst
  • Heather Godberson
  • Brenda Bohmer
  • Kate Horne

1997

Vancouver

1997 / Vancouver

  • Sandra Schmirler
  • Jan Betker
  • Joan McCusker
  • Marcia Gudereit

2012-2008

1996

Thunder Bay

1996 / Thunder Bay

  • Marilyn Bodogh
  • Kim Gellard
  • Corie Beveridge
  • Jane Hooper Perroud

1995

Calgary

1995 / Calgary

  • Connie Laliberte
  • Cathy Overton
  • Cathy Gauthier
  • Janet Arnott

1994

Kitchener-Waterloo

1994 / Kitchener-Waterloo

  • Sandra Peterson
  • Jan Betker
  • Joan McCusker
  • Marcia Gudereit

1993

Brandon

1993 / Brandon

  • Sandra Peterson
  • Jan Betker
  • Joan McCusker
  • Marcia Gudereit

2012-2008

1992

Halifax

1992 / Halifax

  • Connie Laliberte
  • Laurie Allen
  • Cathy Gauthier
  • Janet Arnott

1991

Saskatoon

1991 / Saskatoon

  • Julie Sutton
  • Jodie Sutton
  • Melissa Soligo
  • Karri Willms

1990

Ottawa

1990 / Ottawa

  • Alison Goring
  • Kristin Turcotte
  • Andrea Lawes
  • Cheryl McPherson

1989

Kelowna

1989 / Kelowna

  • Heather Houston
  • Lorraine Lang
  • Diane Adams
  • Tracy Kennedy

2012-2008

1988

Fredericton

1988 / Fredericton

  • Heather Houston
  • Lorraine Lang
  • Diane Adams
  • Tracy Kennedy

1987

Lethbridge

1987 / Lethbridge

  • Pat Sanders
  • Louise Herlinveaux
  • Georgina Hawkes
  • Deb Massullo

1986

London

1986 / London

  • Marilyn Darte
  • Kathy McEdwards
  • Chris Jurgenson
  • Jan Augustyn

1985

Winnipeg

1985 / Winnipeg

  • Linda Moore
  • Lindsay Sparkes
  • Debbie Jones
  • Laurie Carney

2012-2008

1984

Charlottetown

1984 / Charlottetown

  • Connie Laliberte
  • Chris More
  • Corinne Peters
  • Janet Arnott

1983

Prince George

1983 / Prince George

  • Penny LaRocque
  • Sharon Horne
  • Cathy Caudle
  • Pam Sanford

1982

Regina

1982 / Regina

  • Colleen Jones
  • Kay Smith
  • Monica Jones
  • Barbara Jones-Gordon

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