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2016 Canadian Mixed Doubles to be played in Saskatoon

The intensity level will be ramped up when the 2016 Canadian Mixed Doubles Championship gets underway next March in Saskatoon.  The national two-player championship, in its fourth year of existence, will be staged March 31 to April 3 at the Nutana Curling Club in Saskatoon, it was announced today by Curling... read story

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Format change, New Age/Residency Rules Adopted for Tim Hortons Brier, Scotties Tournament of Hearts

Pictured (from left): Curling Canada’s 2015-16 Board of Governors-effective September 2015: Lena West, Cindy Maddock, Peter Inch, Cathy Hughes, Hugh Avery, Maureen Miller, Shirley Osborne, Ron Hutton, Resby Coutts, Scott Comfort. (Photo, Curling Canada/Neil Valois)                    ********               The fields for both the Tim Hortons Brier and Scotties Tournament of Hearts will expand in 2018 in a pilot project and curlers of all ages across Canada will now be eligible to compete in them, it was announced this morning by Curling Canada.  Those,... read story

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Sport Manitoba Hosts Groundbreaking Ceremony for the Canada Games Sport for Life Centre

Sport Manitoba today hosted a groundbreaking ceremony for Phase 2 of the Canada Games Sport for Life Centre.  After ten years in the making, Sport Manitoba is turning the vision of a Sport for Life Centre into reality, by ceremonially “turning soil” on the construction of the Qualico Training Centre. This incomparable advanced resource will offer new opportunities for our city, province, and the... read story

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Record $2-million Donation to Benefit Young Canadian Curlers

Canada’s next generation of curlers will benefit from a record-setting $2-million donation to For The... read story

Just-My-Opinion
Where do you find Curlers in the Summertime?

Your quick answer is probably - at the golf course or the ball park. For this pair of Manitoba junior champions, formerly... read story