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Plenty of Scotties experience from Atlantic Canada

A pair of favourites from the east coast’s competitive curling ranks advanced to the 2013 Scotties Tournament of Hearts with victories in provincial play Sunday, Jan. 27.

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PEI Special Olympics Curling Team wins National Honour

In February they were gold medalists at the 2012 Special Olympics Canada Winter Games. In May they were named PEI Curling’s Team of the Year. Now there’s one more honour ahead for PEI’s Special Olympics curling team. On Thursday, November 29 in Toronto, these curlers and their coaches will take the stage to receive their award as 2012 Special Olympics Canada’s Team of the Year.

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Pebbles to Boulders: From the East to West

Prince Edward Island has a reputation for developing some very fine curlers. One of the brightest stars to come from the Island is Erin Carmody.

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The Road to Red Deer: P.E.I. Update

The road to the 2012 Scotties Tournament of Hearts continues with an update from Prince Edward Island.

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Featured Curling Athlete: Sarah Fullerton

Sarah Fullerton has amassed a collection of awards and championship trophies in her fifteen years of curling – and she’s still a junior.

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The Road to Red Deer: East Update

The 2012 Scotties Tournament of Hearts takes place in Red Deer, February 18-26. Here’s the latest news on play-downs in the East.

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Around the House: The Dominion Curling Club Championship

Curling clubs offer so many opportunities for competition.  We can join weekly leagues, enter bonspiels near and far, and take part in traditional special events (Turkey Draw, anyone?)  

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Around the House: A virtual visit to the “local” curling club

When I’m travelling, one of my favourite things to do is check out local landmarks – the library, for instance, or the town hall.  The smaller the town, the better, because then these landmarks play an even larger role in the community.

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