|2014 Canadian Mixed Doubles Curling Trials|
|Host city||Ottawa, Ontario|
|Arena||Ottawa Hunt and Golf Club|
|Curling club||Ilderton CC, Ilderton|
|Male||Wayne Tuck Jr.|
The 2014 Canadian Mixed Doubles Curling Trials was held March 19 to 23 at the Ottawa Hunt and Golf Club in Ottawa, Ontario. It is the second Canadian Mixed Doubles championship. The winning pair of Wayne Tuck Jr. and wife Kim Tuck represented Canada at the 2014 World Mixed Doubles Curling Championship.
Twelve teams qualified through provincial and territorial championships, and the rest participated as open entries. The teams are listed as follows:
|Province / Territory||Male||Female||Club|
|Yukon||Bob Smallwood||Jody Smallwood||Whitehorse Curling Club|
|Northwest Territories||Nick Kaeser||Brittany Brasser||Fort Smith Curling Club|
|British Columbia||Bryan Kedziora||Colleen Hannah||Golden Ears Winter Club|
|Alberta||Corey Leach||Karli Makichuk|| Leduc Curling Club |
Lac La Biche Curling Club
|Saskatchewan||Kirk Pederson||Trenna Derdall||Outlook Curling Club|
|Manitoba||Kyle Kurz||Karen Fallis||Wildewood Curling Club|
|Northern Ontario||Eric Gélinas||Courtney Chénier||North Bay Granite Club|
|Ontario||Chris Jay||Shannon Kee||Highland Country Club|
|Quebec||Daniel Grégoire||Caroline Boily||Club de curling Longue-Pointe|
|New Brunswick||Ryan Freeze||Leah Thompson|| Capital Winter Club |
Thistle St. Andrews Curling Club
|Nova Scotia||Travis Colter||Julia Williams|| Dartmouth Curling Club |
CFB Halifax Curling Club
|Newfoundland and Labrador||Cory Ewart||Lauren Wasylkiw|| St. John's Curling Club |
Bally Haly Golf & Curling Club
|Province / Territory||Male||Female|
| Ontario |
|Connor Lawes||Kaitlyn Lawes|
|Newfoundland and Labrador||Adam Casey||Marie Christianson|
|Ontario||Patrick Janssen||Clancy Grandy|
| Alberta |
|John Morris||Heather Smith|
|Ontario||Mark Kean||Mallory Buist|
|Ontario||Travis Fanset||Rachelle Vink|
|Ontario||Scott Howard||Tess Bobbie|
|Alberta||Charley Thomas||Kalynn Park|
| Saskatchewan |
|Josh Heidt||Jenna Loder|
|Ontario||Wayne Tuck Jr.||Kim Tuck|
|Ontario||Jay Allen||Jacqueline Harrison|
|Ontario||Connor Duhaime||Chantal Lalonde|
|Saskatchewan||Jason Ackerman||Colleen Ackerman|
|Saskatchewan||Mike Armstrong||Ashley Quick|
|Quebec||Robert Desjardins||Brittany O'Rourke|
|Saskatchewan||Dustin Kalthoff||Nancy Martin|
|Quebec||Miguel Bernard||Camille Lapierre|
| Yukon |
|Mitch Young||Jocelyn Peterman|
|Nova Scotia||Tom Sullivan||Mary-Anne Arsenault|
| British Columbia |
|Cameron de Jong||Andrea Sinclair|
Final Round Robin Standings
|Teams to Playoffs|
|Round of 12||Quarterfinals||Semifinals||Final|
Saturday, March 22, 9:30 pm
Sunday, March 23, 11:00 am
Sunday, March 23, 2:00 pm
Sunday, March 23, 5:00 pm
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