The championships website (schedule, results, etc.) is now up.
News & Updates
George Retek was named as the first recipient of the CBF Lifetime Achievement Award in recognition of his 33+ years of service to Canadian bridge.
Recognizing that the future of our game depends on attracting young players, more and more effort is being spent to introduce bridge at schools. One indication that such efforts are yielding significant results is the annual School Bridge Day held as part of the Toronto Easter Regional. In 2014, the event, the brainchild of Flo Belford, attracted 440 students!
The Helen Shields is Canada’s spring Rookie-Master Game. The event is named in memory of Helen Shields, of Thunder Bay, who was a past President of the Canadian Bridge Federation. Helen was very active in teaching and introducing new players to duplicate bridge. The first Helen Shields game was held in 1995. Canadian Rookie-master games are