Western Canadian Ringette Championships

The Western Canadian Ringette Championships (WCRC) is an annual competition that brings together teams from Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Alberta and British Columbia. The Championship is typically held at the end of March and includes U14, U16, U19 and 18+ divisions of competition.

Each of the four Western Canadian Provinces is eligible to send one Provincial team at each age division. The Host is able to enter a host team at U16, U19 and 18+ to create a five team division. U14 is a ten team division made up of two teams from each province and two wildcard draws.

To learn more about the WCRC please visit the WCRC website. 

Commitment to Attend

Commitment to Attend Form

*C2A forms due to Ringette BC by December 15th. Forms are considered complete when printed form with signature and registration cheque are received by Ringette BC office.

Visit article 9.1 c) of Policies of the Western Canadian Ringette Championships to review team default fines and details. All teams must provide a $5000 deposit. 

Western Canadian Ringette Championships – BC History

Year Location U14 AA U16 A U19 A 18+ A
 2016  Richmond, BC Fourth Gold – Richmond Bronze – Fraser Valley
 2015  Calgary, Alberta  Silver  Gold – Kelowna  Fifth
 2014 Winnipeg, Man  did not place Gold-Vernon  3rd-Surrey  N/A
2013 Regina, SK  4th (LMRL) & (5th) North  4th (Kelowna)  4th (Quesnel)  N/A
2012 Kelowna, BC

n/a

  Gold (Delta)   4th (Delta) Bronze (Kelowna – Host)
2011 Sherwood Park, AB

n/a

Bronze (Delta) 5th (Kelowna) 5th (Prince George)
2010 Winnipeg, MB n/a Gold (Burnaby) 5th (Quesnel) Bronze (Richmond)
2009 Saskatoon, SK Bronze (NORTH) Silver (Delta) 5 (NWVan) Bronze (Richmond)
2008 Prince George, BC Silver (LMRL) Bronze (Van) 4 (NWVan)
2007 Medicine Hat, AB Bronze (TORL) 5 (NWVan) 4 (Kelowna)
2006 Winnipeg, MB 5 (LMRL) Bronze (TORL) Gold (Delta)
2005 Regina, SK Silver (LMRL) Bronze (Surrey) 4 (Burnaby)
2004 Delta, BC Bronze (LMRL) Silver (Delta) Gold (Port Coquitlam [host])
Silver (Delta/Richmond)
2003 Calgary, AB Bronze (LMRL) Bronze (Poco)
2002 Saskatchewan, SK Bronze (LMRL)
2001 Winnipeg, MB Silver (LMRL)
2000 Burnaby, BC Silver (LMRL)
1999 Bronze (LMRL)
1998 4th (LMRL)