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Team McEwen isn’t slowing down

2014 Home Hardware Canada Cup of Curling, Camrose, Matt Wozniak, Mike McEwen, Denni Neufeld, CCA/michael burns photo

Just when you thought Mike McEwen’s season was approaching inhuman levels, he goes and wins the Home Hardware Canada Cup in Camrose, Alta., over six of the best teams in the country.

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What a difference YOU made!

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Donors have had such an impact on curling in Canada in just a few short months!

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Curling: The “gateway” to a healthy future

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Canadian kids are being left out of traditional sports, especially girls, obese children, those with special needs, and kids from low income families.* We want kids to be happy and healthy for years to come.

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National Team Program squads chase CTRS points in Sweden

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As the competitive season moves into Week 5, it’s suddenly not that easy to keep track of all the teams, events, and points up for grabs. Between the men and the women, there are nine bonspiels on the World Curling Tour schedule this weekend, many of which feature some high-level talent.

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Team Jacobs opens season at the Shorty

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For the past six months, Brad Jacobs and his team have been riding the high that comes with an Olympic gold medal. This weekend in Brockville, Ont., however, Jacobs, Ryan Fry, E.J. Harnden, and Ryan Harnden, are finally back on the ice, and taking their first steps towards potentially winning another gold in Pyeongchang, South Korea, in 2018.

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