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MacKenzie storms back to the Brier

It took longer than expected to decide the Prince Edward Island representative for the 2013 Tim Hortons Brier, but ultimately Eddie MacKenzie came through in the championship final, Feb. 12 at the Crapaud Community Curling Club.

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Stoughton adds another bison to his herd

Jeff Stoughton earned a record tenth Manitoba title with a victory over Sean Grassie in the final of the men’s provincial curling playdowns, Feb. 10 in Neepawa.

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Martin hometown favourite for the Brier

Kevin Martin has carried Alberta’s hopes to the Brier more often than any other curler in the history of the sport in the western province. But this year’s trip to the Canadian Men’s Curling Championship will be among the most memorable.

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Edmonton’s gearing up for another ‘FANtastic’ Brier!

When the Canadian Men’s Curling Championship returns to the Alberta capital for a sixth time, March 2-10 in Rexall Place, the Host Committee has its sights set on a new standard of excellence.

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The Bands are All Here for the Brier!

The most accomplished athletes in the game will converge in Edmonton March 2-10 for the 2013 Tim Hortons Brier with the rights to the Canadian Men’s Curling Championship on the line.

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When the West Will Be Won on the Road to the Brier

The countdown is on for the 2013 Tim Hortons Brier – the Canadian Men’s Curling Championship – coming to Edmonton’s Rexall Place March 2-10 and anticipation is building across the country as the top teams prepare to fight for the right to hoist the coveted Tankard.

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Cool Shots is Getting Hot in Edmonton

Edmonton is pulling out all the stops to make sure the city’s sixth time hosting the Canadian Men’s Curling Championship proves to be the best ever… and that means breaking its own all-time attendance record established at the 2005 Tim Hortons Brier.

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Meet Canada’s Most Sociable Curling Fans!

When the 2013 Tim Hortons Brier takes to the ice March 2-10 in Edmonton’s Rexall Place to compete for the Canadian Men’s Curling Championship, you can be sure to see a group of fans in the stands holding the familiar SOCIABLES sign.

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Edmonton’s Warming Up to the Coolest Game Around

The 2013 Tim Hortons Brier will be rolling into Edmonton, March 2-10 at Rexall Place where the hottest shooters in the country will compete for the Canadian Men’s Curling Championship.

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Brier Volunteer Force Close to Complete

Edmonton has responded in a big way to the volunteer call for the 2013 Tim Hortons Brier – the Canadian Men’s Curling Championship – rolling into Rexall Place March 2-10.

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Rock-tober Hits Edmonton!

The promotions team for the 2013 Tim Hortons Brier will be rocking the town all month long with the new curling season underway.  The opening date for the Canadian Men’s Curling Championship is drawing nearer and that means event volunteers are stepping up the action.

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Double Impact Deadline Draws Near

Today’s way to see the Tim Hortons Brier – the Canadian Men’s Curling Championship – is Double Impact, the ticket package that gives two fans a reserved seat for 11 exciting draws.

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Volunteers Rally for Tim Hortons Brier

Over 700 enthusiastic volunteers packed the Edmonton Expo Centre October 2 to prepare for the 2013 Tim Hortons Brier – the Canadian Men’s Curling Championship – heading to Rexall Place March 2-10.

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Volunteer Right Here for the Tim Hortons Brier

The response to the initial call for volunteers to take part in the 2013 Tim Hortons Brier, March 2-10 in Rexall Place, has drawn tremendous support from the community… but there’s still plenty of prime opportunities to get involved in one of curling’s most storied events.

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City of Champions Looks Back on Record-Setting Brier History

The most legendary event in curling is coming back to Rexall Place March 2-10, 2013… and that means it’s time to dust off the record books because Edmonton has a reputation for rewriting history.

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