Who's Number One?

With line-ups for next year being announced, reported, tweeted, and leaked to media virtually every day now - it makes for interesting speculation about how these new lineups are going to fare when the curling begins next fall - and when it comes time to play the provincial championships next... read story

Jones Team Takes Aim at 2018 Gold

Fresh off winning gold at the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia, Team Jennifer Jones will remain intact for four more years, it was announced today.  Jones, backed up by third Kaitlyn Lawes, second Jill Officer and lead Dawn McEwen, will complete its successful 2013-14 curling season at the Grand Slam Players’ Championships, beginning today in Summerside, P.E.I.   Then, the focus will turn becoming the first Canadian team to repeat as an Olympic curling gold-medallist.  “We are excited to officially announce... read story

Gold Medallist Thiessen Honoured

Dennis Thiessen will always be a Paralympian. He will always be a Gold Medallist. He will always be the FIRST Paralympic Gold Medallist from Manitoba. Most important, he will always be an inspiration to others - proof that it is possible to overcome adversity - proof that setting goals pays off, if you are willing to work hard to acheive them.
The Manitoba... read story


Shae Bevan and her Elmwood team (Jordyn McIntyre, Rachel Morris, Jessie Robertson, Coach Albert Bazinet)... read story

DEKALB SuperSpiel to Double 2014 entries in Women's Curling Event

The DEKALB SuperSpiel, presented by the Town of Morris and Rocky Mountain Equipment and held annually in November is pleased... read story