The NAP qualification period in clubs is now in progress. All clubs can now include multiple qualification sessions in their schedule during the months of June , July and August. Winners collect RED and BLACK points.
A big round of applause for the winners of the 2019 Canadian Bridge Championships that took place in Burnaby BC , week of May 4: Marc-André Fourcaudot, Zygmunt Marcinski, Nicolas L’Écuyer, Kamel Fergani and Frédéric Pollack, all members of the
Hugues Boisvert, administrator and treasurer of the Montreal Bridge League, has been elected director of zone 2 (Québec and East Ontario) of the Canadian Bridge Federation (CBF). Hugues purpose is to ease the communication between the CBF and
2019 Tournaments in District 1 and Special Events : JUNE FESTIVAL – June 21-23 – SILVER Points CAN-AM – August, 12-18 – GOLD Points FALL FESTIVAL – 25-27 October
Earn SILVER points at these tournaments where all players have less than 300 points! Sunday November 4 and Saturday November 10, participate in a tournaments for novice and intermediate players. You will meet other players who have begun to
The NAP Final for District 1 (West) will be held on Sunday, Oct. 14 at the Mirage Bridge Club at 10:30 am. This final has two consecutive sessions during this day, with a lunch break between the two.
The meeting was held mostly in French. The report is in French: Annual General Meeting Report, including explanations of the financial situation (in French). For Financial Statements for the year ending May 31, 2018: please contact Hugues
Invitation to all members of the Montreal Bridge League (Unit 151), on September 2018. There will be a light snack for attendees. Non-members are also welcome.
The Can-Am Regional Tournament runs from Monday, August 6 to Sunday, August 12, 2018. We start at 14:00 on Monday, with Duplicata Pairs and the first Knock-Out. Plan your participation by consulting the program and the tournament page to learn
The NAP qualification period in bridge clubs is underway. Clubs can run several qualifying sessions during the months of June, July and August. Earn RED points
Congratulations on your performance and thank you for your participation in these tournaments that have just ended. These tournaments have been a great success, with the participation of a large number of players from across Canada, and a large
The Montréal Bridge League invites any and all bridge players interested to sit on its Board of Directors to submit an application.
New in Montreal this year: A complete regional tournament schedule during the Canadian Championships Week! The regional events begin Monday, May 28th, with competitions in pairs or teams every day (alternately), until Sunday, June 3rd. Bridge
Congratulations to Kamel Fergani on being inducted into the Canadian Bridge Federation Hall of Fame. Recognized for his bridge expertise and his generosity in advising players at all levels, Mr. Fergani is a prominent figure on the greater
The honors of the George Retek trophy go to Rollande Makarewicz. This award is awarded annually by District 1* to a person who has made a great contribution as a volunteer to District 1 and its units. Rollande’s involvement as a volunteer
This year, the honor goes to Gus Duchesne, an iconic bridge personality of the beautiful city of Montréal. The Cukoff-Latraverse-Wiser trophy is awarded annually by District 1 in honor of outstanding national directors to recognize
The GNT is a team competition that concludes with a final at the NABC in the summer, with one team per district (25) for each of the 4 categories defined. The NABC will be held in Atlanta in July 2018. Our district (District 1) holds its finals
In 2018, the Canadian Bridge Championship will be held in Montréal, May 26 to June 3. To participate in the Canadian Team Championship (CNTC) and the Canadian Open Pairs Championship (COPC), a pre-qualification is required. Qualification
Several bridge clubs are registered at the two STACs (Sectional at Clubs) of February. Participate in large numbers and win Silver Points. The more participants there are, the more points there will be. February 12 to 18, 2018 (Monday to
The meeting was held mostly in French. The report is in French: Annual Meeting: Report, including explanations of the financial situation Financial Statements for the year ending May 31, 2017: please contact Hugues Boisvert. If you have any