Wheelchair Curling The only "Sweep!" you'll hear when it comes to wheelchair curling in Canada is our country's consistency in winning gold medals at the Paralympic Games. No broom sweeping in the parasport version of the sport.

A teammate, or a volunteer in recreational games, holds the thrower's wheelchair steady and stationary while throwing. Taking aim, each player pushes the stones down the ice with a pole or extender aiming for the target ring at the other end.

It's a game of strategy and skill and a sport that can be enjoyed by many. A great team sport so "Hurry!" to see if curling "rocks" for you. Learn more from Curl ON.

Barrie Curling Club

175 Essa Road, Barrie L4N 3L2

Cornwall Curling Centre

220 Water St. E., Cornwall K6H 5T7

Fort William Curling Club

218 N. Vickers St., Thunder Bay P7C 6A3

Ilderton Curling Club

13168 Ilderton Road, Ilderton N0M 2A0

Leaside Curling Club

1075 Millwood Rd. Toronto M4G 1X6

Peterborough Curling Club

2195 Lansdowne Street West, Peterborough, ON K9J 0G5

The Curling Club of Collingwood

250 Hume Street, Collingwood L9Y 1V9