Winter On The Brink

Weather the winter months with a little ice time. From figure-skating to curling, there’s a classic rink sport with your name on it. Consider the season the gliding age.


Le Royal Montreal Curling Club
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Way back in January of 1807, 20 merchants and a chaplain began the Montreal Curling Club, and today it’s the oldest established sports club still active in North America. Thankfully, matches are no longer held on the icy St. Lawrence River, but rather at the club’s historical landmark site, just a stone’s throw (get it?) from Guy metro.


Patinoire de la légion de Montréal-Ouest
T : 514-489-8448

The Montreal West Legion’s rink has a hockey program for every skill set. Including both adult and youth teams, and ranging from instructional leagues, to teams for experienced hockey players looking to meet their match, and even including casual pickup games. Mo-West is your one-stop hockey spot.


Les lames argentées de Montréal
The Montreal Silver Blades
T : 514-388-6842
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If you’ve always wanted to learn to twirl on your blades, CanSkate is the ideal learn-to-skate program for beginners of all ages, and it’s tailored to adults at the Montreal Silver Blades Figure Skating Club. Kurt Browning fans unite!


Ringuette Pierrefonds
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Invented in North Bay, Ontario, ringette has been played in Canada since 1963 and in Quebec since 1964. Pierrefonds was the first association to introduce this unique and exciting sport to the province, and the organization has teams for girls and women all abilities. One ring to rule them all!

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