• (Curling Canada/Claudette Bockstael Photo)

    Northern Ontario men clinch playoffs

    Northern Ontario’s Mike Assad admits he left his opponent a “Hackner double” to win the game and extinguish his rink’s chances at playoffs at the Travelers Curling Club Championship but he still liked his odds. “The ‘Hackner Double’ was there, for sure. Not many people can make that shot. Only a fraction of our rock ...

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  • A young curler gets a taste of sweeping for the first time during the Curling Canada Rocks & Rings session November 21st at the Stroud Curling Club (Photo Ramsey Blacklock/Rock Solid Productions)

    RBC Sports Day in Canada hits the ice at Stroud Curling Club

    Curling Canada’s Rocks & Rings program has been in Simcoe County (Ontario) schools for four years, with 250 schools and almost 40,000 students in the area taking part the program since its launch in 2011. On Saturday, November 21, the Stroud Curling Club opened its doors to the local community and gave kids and adults ...

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  • Alberta skip Nanette Dupont (Curling Canada/Claudette Bockstael)

    Alberta’s Dupont eyes playoffs with new team

    Nanette Dupont’s eyes are set on another national crown. The Alberta skip kept her hopes of a Travelers Curling Club Championship intact after a thrilling 8-5 win over previously undefeated Northern Ontario on Wednesday evening. Dupont, who skipped Alberta to victory in the 2010 Dominion Curling Club Women’s Championship, moves to 3-1 in the women’s ...

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