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Curling up north: Northern territories represented at the 2020 Brier

In 2018, Curling Canada, the sport’s national governing body, made some key changes to the men’s and women’s national championships. For the first time in history, every province and territory would be guaranteed a spot at nationals. The decision was made, in part, to grow the sport across the country,

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Wild Card preview for the 2020 Brier

The 2020 Tim Hortons Brier officially gets underway tonight at the Leon’s Centre, with Ontario’s Glenn Howard battling Manitoba’s Mike McEwan in the Wild Card game. The two teams enter tonight’s event as the top two rinks in the country who did not win their respective national championships. Both rinks

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Kingston kicks off the 2020 Tim Hortons Brier

Kingston has been talking about it and preparing for it for well over a year, and today, Friday, Feb. 28, 2020, we can finally say it’s here – The 2020 Tim Hortons Brier begins today. Anyone in the downtown core is sure to notice the Brier is upon us. From

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Kingston’s Team McDonald advances to final 8 at Tim Hortons Brier

  It wasn’t the start that Team McDonald were looking for at the 2019 Tim Horton’s Brier with two straight losses however often in sport it’s not how you start, it’s how you finish. After starting the week 0-2 the Kingston rink has made it to the final 8 and

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Confusion surrounding Brier Cup Deposit Program addressed

It was over a year ago that Kingston announced it would be putting in a bid to host the Brier Cup in 2020, and the excitement of those locally was obvious. For a number of curling fans, that translated into eagerly participating in the ‘Kingston Brier Bid Deposit Program.’ The

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