The Western Canadian Ringette Championships are held annually. Teams from Alberta, British Columbia, Saskatchewan and Manitoba battle against each other at the U14AA, U16A, U19A and Open A divisions.
The 2019 Western Canadian Ringette Championships will be held in St. Albert, Alberta. For information on the 2019 WCRCs, please visit the 2019 St. Albert WCRC website. For history and policy information on the WCRCs, please visit the Western Canadian Ringette Championship Website.
Generally, the winning provincial team at each division; U14AA, U16A, U19A and Open A will represent Team Alberta. Information and expectations for Team Alberta is outlined here.
At the U14AA division, following the LTAD framework, an open format including a minimum of two teams per province will be run at the WCRCs. Club teams at the U14AA level qualify through Provincials and will represent their club team at the Championships.
All U14AA teams are required to Commit to Attend the Western Canadian Ringette Championships by December 15 of the current season. Only teams that Commit to Attend will be eligible to qualify for the competition, through the Provincial Championships. Teams should complete the Commitment to Attend form at the bottom of the page.
2019 WCRC Provincial Teams Committed to Attend:
|BC||AB (Host)||SK||MB||Total Teams|
|U14AA||2||2 + 2 (wildcard)||2||2||10|
The 2018 Western Canadian Ringette Championships were held in Saskatoon/Warman, Saskatchewan. Congratulations to the following Alberta representation.
U14AA Gold – Team Alberta (Calgary White)
U14AA Silver – St. Albert Mission
U14AA Bronze – Calgary Blue
U16A Silver – Team Alberta (Bowview Royals)
Open A Silver – Team Alberta (Impact)
WCRC ALL Stars:
U14AA – Avery Kew, Emily Dodd, Jazmyn Fevin, Hayley Harmes & Olivia Bruno
U16A – Anne Yeomans, Deanne Salmon & Rianne Caldwell
Open A – Taylor Odynski & Justina Lem
Full results and information for the 2018 WCRCs here.