Curling Canada is looking for a new leader.
With the announcement that the organization's Chief Executive Officer of eight years, Greg Stremlaw, is leaving, the sport's national governing body has a big chair to fill. The most suitable candidate might be someone who was considered right for the job when Stremlaw was hired in 2007.
Disciplined, effective, at times brash and - to some - a royal pain in the keister - Stremlaw's time at the helm of what was known as the Canadian Curling Association until earlier this year has been marked with a litany of successes as well as no shortage of controversy.
It's true that Curling Canada is in a very decent position right now, with Stremlaw's leadership being integral to those successes. Most of those corporate wins are listed in the media release and include the most important of all; a move from in-the-red finances to what Curling Canada now claims is a "multi-million dollar surplus and long-term financial reserve."
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