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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Dunstone rink looks to secure playoff spot

For Team Saskatchewan’s Matt Dunstone, the 2020 Tim Horton’s Brier has gotten off to a fairly strong start. After dropping their opening game to Team Wildcard, the Dunstone foursome has bounced back to win their last three consecutive games. On the morning of Monday, Mar. 2, 2020, Dunstone’s rink beat

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Epping hopes to build off successful season to capture Brier

Team Ontario’s John Epping arrives at this year’s Tim Horton’s Brier with perhaps his best chance of winning a national men’s curling championship.  The 36-year-old skip, who hails from nearby Peterborough, On enters this year’s tournament ranked second in the world. Last month in Cornwall, Epping’s rink went undefeated enroute

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