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Grand Slam of Curling schedule set for 2024-25 season

It’s never too early to start thinking about next season!

The Grand Slam of Curling has finalized its 2024-25 schedule with five elite events across Canada.

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It all begins with the HearingLife Tour Challenge, Oct. 1-6, at Charlottetown’s Bell Aliant Centre. The biggest event of the Grand Slam of Curling season features a total of 64 teams — 32 men’s teams and 32 women’s teams — split into two tiers of action. The top teams from around their world compete in Tier 1 while Tier 2 features the next group looking to move up into the top flight.

This will be the first time Charlottetown hosts a Grand Slam of Curling event.

The series then heads to Nisku, Alberta, for the Co-op Canadian Open, Nov. 5-10, at the Silent Ice Center. This will also be the first time a Grand Slam of Curling event has been held in Nisku, located just south of Edmonton, and marks the first major broadcasted event from the Silent Ice Center, which opened its doors in September 2023.

St. John’s, N.L., will play host to the KIOTI National, Nov. 26 to Dec. 1, at the Mary Brown’s Centre. It’ll be the fifth time St. John’s has hosted a Grand Slam of Curling event and the first since 2008.

The WFG Masters will kick off the new year, Jan. 14-19, 2025, at the Sleeman Centre in Guelph, Ontario. The venue previously hosted the National in 2010.

Finally, the season will wrap up with the Princess Auto Players’ Championship, dates and location to be determined.

2024-25 Grand Slam of Curling season

HearingLife Tour Challenge — Charlottetown, PEI (Oct. 1-6, 2024, at Bell Aliant Centre)
Co-op Canadian Open — Nisku, AB (Nov. 5-10, 2024, at Silent Ice Center)
KIOTI National — St. John’s, NL (Nov. 26 to Dec. 1, 2024, at Mary Brown’s Centre)
WFG Masters — Guelph, ON (Jan. 14-19, 2025, at Sleeman’s Centre)
Princess Auto Players’ Championship — TBD