The GNT (Grand National Team) District finals concluded on June 20th 2021. Winners of all four flights, as well as links to results on ACBL Live can be found on our GNT page.
The Whistler Regional will be held this year, from November 1 to 7. Currently, details are scarce, but check this space often as we will be posting them as soon as they are available. Here is what we know at this point: The flyer is currently in preparation. The tournament will be held at the …
This one’s not for sleepyheads. And you won’t find Tom Hanks or Meg Ryan anywhere. But do check out the article by Al Bender and Ann Romeo in the May issue of the ACBL Bridge Bulletin. It’s on page 30. You will learn about a fascinating initiative to get young people interested in bridge. Bridge …
If you have kids or grandkids who are looking for a fun summer activity, have a look at this: The links within the image don’t work but you can access the facebook page here: https://www.facebook.com/B4Youth/ Here is a link to the camp schedule: https://www.eventbrite.com/o/bridge-for-youth-32707306629. And you can contact the organizers here: firstname.lastname@example.org
Bridge North West, District 19’s newsletter, is now available on our website! Click here for more!
The Communications Work Group of the ACBL BOD’s Governance Committee has produced the first edition of the National Director Report which can be downloaded here. The Work Group comprises Cindy Shoemaker (Chair), D17D; David Johnson, D18D; and Tim White, D19D.
More Canadians win big at NAOBC! Shelley Burns of North Vancouver BC and Kelvin Raywood of Vancouver BC win the 0–5000 IMP Pairs. Read the full story on the NAOBC Daily Bulletin.
John Lai of Vancouver BC and Morris Chen of Surrey BC, representing District 19, won the Golder North American Pairs, Flight B with an impressive score of 63.94%. Read the full story on the NAOBC Daily Bulletin.
Tim White, ACBL D19 Director, has sent us a letter detailing ACBL’s plans for a reopening of face-to-face bridge. This is a must-read document for tournament organizers, Unit boards, club owners and players who want an update on the current situation. Click here to access Tim’s letter. For more information, you can reach Tim at email@example.com
The Canadian National Institute for the Blind is putting on a fundraising bridge game, Bridging Barriers Charity Game. Here’s a chance to contribute to a worthy cause while enjoying your favourite game. And note that you don’t need to live in Canada* to play! Game information Where: on BBO When: Sunday, March 7, 2021 from 10:00AM …