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In light of the COVID-19 crisis and guidelines set by the province of New Brunswick, the CCE Board has voted to cancel the July/August 2020 summer camps. The camps depend on a large number of participants from outside the province, and those curlers will not be able to attend due to New Brunswick restrictions prohibiting visitors from outside the province.

While much is still uncertain, we are looking for and planning ahead to have events in place for a best-case scenario. We will continue to monitor and communicate as we received updated information.

Mary-Anne Arsenault

Mary-Anne Arsenault is a Canadian curler from Halifax, Nova Scotia. She is a five-time Canadian Champion, and two-time World Curling Champion. Arsenault has skipped her own team since 2007.


Arsenault joined up with Colleen Jones prior to the 1999 season. She had previously played with Jones, as her lead at the 1993 Scott Tournament of Hearts.[3] Together with Jones, Nancy Delahunt and Kim Kelly, The team would achieve great success, winning 5 Canadian Championships, and 2 World Championships. After a record winning 4 championships in a row, the team would struggle at the 2005 Scott Tournament of Hearts. Finishing round robin play, with a 6-5 record, the Jones team would end up in a four team tiebreaker. They would face Sandy Comeau of New Brunswick in the tiebreaker, where the opportunity to compete for a 5th Canadian Championship was lost, when Comeau defeated Jones 9-4.[4] For the first time since 2001, the Jones team would have to win Provincials to return to the 2006 Scott Tournament of Hearts, which they did. After an impressive showing, the Jones team would finish second place in round robin play. After losing the 1-2 Game to British Columbia’s Kelly Scott, they would meet team Canada, Jennifer Jones, in the semi-final. Nova Scotia would lose to Canada, giving the team a third-place finish and a bronze medal.[5] At the end of the season, the team would split up ending a successful eight-year run. With Jones, Arsenault played in every Hearts from 1999 to 2006.

Mary-Anne Arsenault
Born August 19, 1968 (age 49)
Curling club Dartmouth CC,
Dartmouth, NS
Skip Mary-Anne Arsenault
Third Christina Black
Second Jennifer Baxter
Lead Jennifer Crouse
Heartsappearances 13: (1993, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2008, 2013, 2015, 2018)
World Championship
5 (1999, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004)
Top CTRS ranking 2nd (2003-04)
Grand Slamvictories 0