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Canada’s golden again at the Paralympic Winter Games

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Canada won an unprecedented third straight gold medal in wheelchair curling at the Paralympic Winter Games and this time did it in front of an enthusiastic and raucous crowd, beating Russia 8-3 in the final match of the 2014 Sochi Paralympic Winter Games. 

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Lopsided victory and loss for Canada on last day of round robin play

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On the last day of round robin play at the 2014 Paralympic Games, matches in wheelchair curling Canada’s day in the Ice Cube can only be described as interesting.

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Canada’s wheelchair curlers qualify for semifinals in Sochi

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Canada defeated Korea 10-4 in Day 5 action to secure a spot in the playoffs of the wheelchair curling event at the 2014 Paralympic games in Sochi, Russia.

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Canada comes from behind to defeat China at Paralympics

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Today’s contest against an up-and-coming China team did not disappoint the fans but probably gave Team Canada coach Joe Rea a few grey hairs as Canada came from behind to defeat China 8-5 in Sochi today.

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Wheelchair curlers split games in today's action in Sochi

Canada defeats USA 7-2 but later drop their first game of the tournament 8-6 to Norway in Monday’s wheelchair curling action at the Sochi 2014 Paralympic Winter Games in Sochi, Russia.

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Canadian wheelchair curlers continue their winning ways

The Canadian wheelchair curling team picked up from where they left off after yesterday’s big wins over Great Britain and Russia, defeating Sweden 7-4 in Sunday’s action at the Sochi 2014 Paralympic Winter Games

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Wheelchair curling team off to a great start at Paralympic Games

Canada’s wheelchair curling team kick starts their run for a third consecutive gold medal with back to back wins at the 2014 Winter Paralympic Games in Sochi, Russia.

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Curling gets increased role in Canadian winter sports

Fresh off our sport’s success at the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi, curling will have a greater role to play with the Canadian winter sports community.

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Mondetta outfitting Canadian curling teams in Sochi

Canada’s curling teams will play for gold in Sochi beginning next week wearing the latest in uniform technology.

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For the Love of Curling

With a mandate to strengthen and provide financial support for Canada’s curling facilities and curlers of all levels, the Canadian Curling Association will launch its For the Love of Curling website on Feb. 1.

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SecurTek named Presenting Sponsor for Season of Champions events

A North American leader in home and business security monitoring is taking on a greater role in its sponsorship of Canadian Curling Association Season of Champions events.

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Tim Hortons, CCA extend sponsorship agreement through 2018

The title sponsor of two of the world’s biggest curling events will remain in place through the 2017-2018 season, it was announced today by the Canadian Curling Association.

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CCA announces sponsorship deal with DuPont Pioneer

Saskatoon — DuPont Pioneer has signed a three-year sponsorship agreement with the Canadian Curling Association (CCA) as an official sponsor of the CCA’s Season of Champions. Debbie Stiles, marketing manager, DuPont Pioneer, made the announcement at a media conference today from the Western Canadian Crop Production Show in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan.

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Home Hardware named exclusive home improvement retailer of the Canadian Curling Association

A new partnership between the Canadian Curling Association and Home Hardware Stores Limited was announced today.

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Canadian Seniors returning to Digby, N.S., in 2016

Five years after a successful visit, the Canadian Senior Men’s and Women’s Curling Championships are returning to Digby, N.S., in 2016.

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