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Team Canada Set to Join Team North America in Penticton

A victory at the 2012 Scotties Tournament of Hearts – the Canadian Women’s Curling Championship – earned Heather Nedohin the right to compete as Team Canada in this year’s Scotties in Kingston.

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Carey Back for Another Crack at Capital One Canada Cup

The women’s final of the 2011 Capital One Canada Cup came down to a battle between two Manitoba rivals – Jennifer Jones and Chelsea Carey – with Jones coming out on top to claim a second championship title.

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Featured Curling Athlete: Marie-France Larouche

If Marie-France Larouche is skipping at the Scotties Tournament of Hearts, it’s a safe bet she’ll be playing after the round-robin is done.

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Featured Curling Athlete: Tracy Horgan

It was supposed to be another coronation for Rachel Homan at the 2012 Ontario women’s curling championship in Kenora, but Tracy Horgan and her team from Sudbury had other ideas.

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Featured Curling Athlete: Jacquie Armstrong

When two-time Scotties Tournament of Hearts champion Kelly Scott decided her team needed a shakeup prior to the 2009 season, she scoured the British Columbia curling scene looking for a replacement for her long-time lead Renee Simons.

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Canada’s Teams are Set for the World Financial Group Continental Cup

When the 2013 World Financial Group Continental Cup of Curling takes to the ice in Penticton next January, the most accomplished players in the world will be there to compete in one of international curling’s most prestigious championships.

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The Best in the World Will be Back in the Okanagan

The Host Committee for the 2013 World Financial Group Continental Cup of Curling coming to Penticton’s South Okanagan Events Centre January 10-13, has announced the sale of Full Event ticket packages starting March 1st.

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Lethbridge Welcomes the World: Canada Update

Heather Nedohin’s tour of her home province will continue, after she and her Edmonton, Alberta rink of Beth Iskiw, Jessica Mair and Laine Peters won the 2012 Scotties Tournament of Hearts in Red Deer on Sunday, February 26 with a 7-6 final game win over British Columbia’s Kelly Scott.

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Albertans steamroll to 2012 Scotties Tournament of Hearts title

The wait had been interminable. Not only for Edmonton skip Heather Nedohin, but for all those observers who fingered her as a future national curling star as far back at the Nineties.

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Heather Nedohin named MVP at 2012 Scotties Tournament of Hearts

Red Deer, Alberta – Heather Nedohin, skip of Team Alberta and winner of the 2012 Scotties Tournament of Hearts was declared winner of the Sandra Schmirler MVP Award during the closing ceremonies in Red Deer.

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Jones claims bronze with 8-6 win

It’s the game nobody aims to play in, but once there it’s not a game anyone wants to lose. The Bronze Medal game was played at the Scotties at the EnMax Centre in Red Deer Sunday morning

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Alberta kayoes Manitoba’s Jones by a measure

It boiled down to an extra 11th end, a last draw shot, a measure and a victory by two centimetres on the gauge. Alberta’s 6-5 sudden-death semi-final decision over Manitoba on Saturday night at the Enmax Centrium denied four-time Scotties Tournament Of Hearts champion Jennifer Jones of a fifth title for the second straight year.

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Alberta’s Nedohin advances to semi-final

It ended with a near-miss for Marie-France Larouche but, otherwise, Saturday’s mid-day Page Three-Four sudden-death playoff match at the Scotties Tournament Of Hearts always seemed heavily weighted toward the home-province entry.

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B.C. moves within one win of Scotties title

Kelly Scott was rolling back the clock to more productive times Friday night at the Enmax Centrium. “It’s a feeling of complete confidence,” the diminutive 34-year-old Kelowna skip was saying

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Manitoba leads; Quebec moves up

Four-time Canadian champion Jennifer Jones of Manitoba was riding a four-game winning streak and a one-game lead atop the Scotties Tournament of Hearts standings on Wednesday night.

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