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2018-2019 Grand Slam Schedule

2018-19 Grand Slam Schedule

Sept. 26-30. Elite 10. Chatham, ON Will now include a full women’s division. (Maybe it should be Elite 20?)

Oct. 23-28. Masters. Truro, NS

Nov. 6-11. Tour Challenge. Thunder Bay, ON.

Dec. 11-16. Boost National
Conception Bay South, NL

Jan. 8-13. Canadian Open. North Battleford, SK

Apr. 9-14. Players Championship. Toronto, ON

Apr. 23-28. Champions Cup.
Saskatoon, SK

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