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Quebec wins its first Canadian Wheelchair Curling Championship

The Quebec team from the Magog Curling Club led throughout the round robin, and in the championship final they showed why, dominating the game for a decisive 10-2 victory over B.C. on Sunday afternoon at the RA Centre in Ottawa.

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B.C. wins semifinal at Canadian Wheelchair Championship

B.C.’s Gary Cormack won a close 8-7 battle over Alberta’s Bruno Yizek in the semifinal of the Canadian Wheelchair Curling Championship today in Ottawa.

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Alberta through to semifinal at Wheelchair Curling Championship

Alberta stole its way into the semifinal of the Canadian Wheelchair Championship with an 8-4 win over Northern Ontario today in the Page 3-4 playoff game.

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Quebec through to final at Wheelchair Curling Championship

Quebec dominated the round robin and kept it going in the Page 1-2 playoff game today to earn their spot in the finals of the Canadian Wheelchair Curling Championship in Ottawa.

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Playoff match-ups are set at Canadian Wheelchair Curling Championship

Quebec, British Columbia, Alberta and Northern Ontario finish in the top four positions and are headed for the playoffs after the final round-robin draw at the Canadian Wheelchair Curling Championship in Ottawa.

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Teams lining up for playoffs at Wheelchair Curling Championship

Draw 8 produced a few surprises on Thursday evening as teams continue to fight for playoff position at the Canadian Wheelchair Curling Championship.

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Quebec alone on top at Canadian Wheelchair Championship

Quebec’s Benoit Lessard foursome continues to set the pace at the 2013 Canadian Wheelchair Curling Championship at the RA Centre in Ottawa.

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Nova Scotia steals first win

Skip Trendal Hubley-Bolivar stole the first four ends against Newfoundland and Labrador’s Joanne MacDonald, then kept the pressure on to earn Nova Scotia its first win at the Canadian Wheelchair Curling Championship in Ottawa today.

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Newfoundland and Labrador keeps it close at wheelchair curling nationals

Newfoundland and Labrador’s Joanne MacDonald is staying close to the undefeated leaders after posting a 10-6 win over Saskatchewan in Draw 4 action at the Canadian Wheelchair Curling Championship in Ottawa.

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An extra-end win for New Brunswick at Canadian Wheelchair Curling Championship

New Brunswick edged Nova Scotia in an extra end to score its first win, while Northern Ontario and Quebec remain undefeated after three draws at the 10th Canadian Wheelchair Curling Championship taking place at the RA Centre in Ottawa.

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Three teams still looking for a win at national wheelchair championship

Three teams remain undefeated and three are still looking for a win after the second draw of the Canadian Wheelchair Curling Championship at the RA Centre in Ottawa.

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Defending champions off to strong start at Canadian Wheelchair Curling Championship

The 10th Canadian Wheelchair Curling Championships are underway at the RA Centre in Ottawa, with 10 teams competing for the national title.

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Canadian Wheelchair Curling Championship begins Monday in Ottawa

The 10th Canadian Wheelchair Curling Championship gets underway Monday at the RA Centre in Ottawa.

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Around the House: Bringing a Canadian championship to Ottawa’s RA Centre

It’s championship season on the Canadian curling scene, and even though every championship isn’t a juggernaut like, say, the Tim Hortons Brier, each one requires a tremendous contribution by organizing committees, volunteers and, in some cases, curling facility staff and club members.

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