Canadian curling sets example for acceptance of LGBTQ athletes

The world of competitive sports has often been associated with rather toxic views of gender and sexuality. For years, gay athletes were forced to hide in the shadows over fears they would not be accepted by their teammates or fans. In recent years, many sports organizations have sought to change

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Temporary closures of The Tragically Hip Way to take place during Brier

The Tragically Hip Way in front of the Leon’s Centre in downtown Kingston will be closed for hour-long blocks in the evenings most days this week. Beginning today, Tuesday, Feb. 3, 2020, the street – which runs from Ontario Street to King Street East – will be closed from 4:30

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Team Jacobs looking to build on momentum at 2020 Brier

Sault Ste. Marie native Brad Jacobs is no stranger to the big-stage, and this week marks the 2014 Olympic Gold medalists’ twelfth appearance at the Tim Hortons Brier. At this year’s men’s nationals, Jacobs’ rink is certainly considered one of the favourites. Not only is the team ranked No. 1

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