News/Announcements:Evergreen Sectional September 3-5: Get ready for the Evergreen Sectional this weekend!
Embarassing typo in the flyer! The Swiss Team events on Monday, September 5th start at 10 AM not the 10 pm. time in the original flyer. Please don't show up for an evening team game!
Need a partner for any of the events? The Partnership desk is now open!
Click here for tips on how to using the Partnership Desk.
New Logo: Thanks to Nick Stock for designing the new website logo (look to the top left).
Audrey Grant is Coming to Vancouver! Audrey Grant is making a cross Canada tour and will be in Vancouver October 17-18th for two days of bridge brilliance. Monday afternoon (Oct. 17th) is a 3 hour course on Beginners Bridge Basics ($40 for the session). If you've been thinking about whether bridge is for you, this is the course to take! Tuesday morning (Oct. 18th) is a multi-level presentation ($32 for CBF members. $50 for non-members). Nuggets of wisdom for all levels of play. Plus: teacher accreditation (commencing Monday at 9am) and continuing over the two days. Free for CBF members! ($125 for non-members).
Burnaby 0-199 Sectional September 24: If you have 200 or fewer masterpoints, we've got a great tournament for you! It's being held at the Engineers Hall on Saturday, September 24th. Plan on taking part (and earn silver points playing with your peers!) Here's the flyer.
Monthly Unit Game: The next MUG (Pairs) is Saturday, Sept. 10th.
Unit Board Minutes: There are gaps for past years, but Minutes for Unit Board meetings held in 2016 (and the AGM minutes) are now on-line.
For New/Intermediate Players: The page for New and Intermediate Players has links to teachers, lessons and games suitable for newer players. Plus helpful articles!
Tournament and Game Results:Mentor-Mentee Game - August 13: Results and commentary are here.
Penticton Regional - June 13-19: Results and Daily Bulletins are here.
Zero Tolerance: The Unit 430 Board is concerned that not all players are aware of their responsibilities (both in terms of ethics in play, and also the importance of respect to partner and other players) and would like all members to read this article by Peter Morse, President of Unit 430, concerning Zero Tolerance.