As part of Toronto’s 20-year Facilities Master Plan (FMP), City staff reviewed the existing curling facilities across the city to determine the need for new or improved facilities. At the time the FMP was developed, Toronto’s supply of City-owned curling ice was in line with or better than other Greater Toronto Area and large Canadian cities.
Based on the supply of City-owned curling ice and the availability of additional privately-owned curling facilities, no additional facilities were recommended.
In October 2019, as part of the approval of the FMP Implementation Strategy, City Council directed staff to monitor and assess trends and participation in curling. Closures of three private curling facilities, two in Toronto’s west end, have altered the context of curling in the city.
City staff are in the process of developing a Curling Strategy to:
Toronto’s curling rinks are a mix of public and private facilities.
The City owns three curling facilities:
There are also several privately-owned and operated clubs in Toronto, many of which are combined with other activities such as tennis or golf. These clubs have varying membership models and many offer rental leagues as well as member leagues.
|Name||Address||Status||Number of Sheets|
|East York Curling Club||901 Cosburn Ave.||City-owned||6|
|Leaside Curling Club||1075 Millwood Rd.||City-owned||8|
|Tam Heather Curling and Tennis Club||730 Military Tr.||City-owned||8|
|Donalda Curling Club||12 Bushbury Dr.||Private||4|
|Granite Club||2350 Bayview Ave.||Private||8|
|High Park Club||100 Indian Rd.||Private||5|
|Royal Canadian Curling Club||131 Broadview Ave.||Private||6|
|Toronto Cricket Skating and Curling Club||141 Wilson Ave.||Private||6|
|St. George’s Golf and Country Club||1668 Islington Ave.||Private – Closing in 2020||6|
|Scarboro Golf and Country Club||321 Scarborough Golf Club Rd.||Private – Recently closed||6|
|Weston Golf and Country Club||50 St. Phillips Rd.||Private – Recently closed||6|