Derek Cosenzo | Mike Pierson | Gary Beam |Ray Hebert
The CPCA announces
that we're expanding our Association to
invite all "Peace Officers " to join us in
our curling fraternity.
A motion was passed April, 2012 at the
National AGM opens the competitive side to
all "Peace Officers". The criteria for
eligibility under the "Peace Officer"
designation is as follows:
That any full time Peace Officer be
permitted to participate in any CPCA
sanctioned event, specifically
Provincial and Canadian curling
championships and be allowed to enter
and compete using a team consisting
solely of full time Peace Officers. This
may include but is not restricted to
full time Canadian Border Services,
Customs Officers, Correctional Officers,
Conservation Officers and Fisheries
Officers on a two year trial basis.
- Are members in good
standing within the Provincial or
Territorial Association in which they
- Retired Peace Officers
with a minimum of 15 years service in the
employ of their agency.
VISION & SPONSOR INFO
The Alberta Police Curling Association began in 1955 and is still going strong in 2012.
Our Vision is to bring police officers together in the spirit of competition to promote camaraderie and break down barriers between police forces in Alberta. Our Association is open to all police officers in this province who aspire to represent Alberta at the Canadian Police Curling Championship.
The Alberta Police Curling Association is a non profit organization that raises funding for our Provincial Championship, Alberta Special Olympics and Cops for Cancer.
At our 2008 Canadian Championship, it was announced that Tourette's Canada will join us as our newest charity partner.
Our Provincial Association along with the other Provincial and Territorial Police Curling Associations across Canada, together make up the Canadian Police Curling Association. The CPCA has raised more than $300,000 for Special Olympics in Canada.
Lance Dealy presenting cheque to
Alberta Special Olympics
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In July 2006, members of the Alberta Police Curling Association and the Edmonton Police Curling League provided security for the Grand Prix Edmonton. Their volunteer effort raised $20,000 dollars for our charity partners.
Lance Dealy presenting cheque to Kerry Nesbitt of
Cops for Cancer
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On December 21, 2006, Lance Dealy of the Alberta Police Curling Association presented cheques for $10,000 dollars each to Alberta Special Olympics and Cops for Cancer.
If your organization or business wishes to support our Association and our partners, you are welcome to make a donation.
If your donation is $500 dollars or more, your company logo will be posted at our Provincial Championship, on this website with links to your website and on our event poster which will be displayed at all RCMP and Municipal Police Departments in Alberta.
We will consider providing volunteers on a case by case basis to a company sponsored event in return for donations to our Association. If you have any questions, or wish to make a
donation, please contact one of our
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