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Inside Junior Curling: A Junior Program Coordinator’s Perspective

Ever wonder what it’s like to jump head first into teaching a group of youngsters each week? Would you be brave enough to take on that challenge? Well Sherrie Burechailo did just that and never looked back.

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Inside Junior Curling: Journey to Sochi for Junior Worlds

Cathlia Ward was chosen to be the fifth for the Canadian junior team who is currently in Sochi, Russia for the World Junior Curling Championships. I asked Cathlia about her experience of joining Team Canada, and she shared her experience with me in her own words – which isn’t surprising since she’s also blogging about it at Memoirs of a Fifth.

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Inside Junior Curling: Chatting with the Canadian Junior Champions

It’s been less than a week since Corryn Brown and Matt Dunstone won the women’s and men’s titles at the M&M Meat Shops Canadian Junior Curling Championships, and the two young skips are still in awe… and a little bit of shock. You can’t miss the emotion in their voices when they are asked how it feels to be the newest junior champs.

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Inside Junior Curling: Team Dynamics a Big Factor

With the M&M Meat Shops Canadian Junior Curling Championships just around the corner, fans across the country will turn their attention to the nation’s best young curlers, February 2-10. So what makes these teams so successful and sets them apart from the rest?

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Curlers Give Back at the SCI Ontario Curling Classic

A group of elite Canadian curlers took time out of their busy competitive schedules last week to participate in the 12th annual The Dominion SCI Ontario Curling Classic bonspiel in support of Spinal Cord Injury Ontario, raising over $116,000 and demonstrating once again how enthusiastically curlers embrace opportunities to “give back.”

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Inside Junior Curling: Youth Olympic Games Bronze Medallists Reflect

Let’s start off the year with a reflection on one hugely significant event for junior curlers around the world in 2012 – the Youth Olympic Games.

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Inside Junior Curling: Curling in the North with Thomas Scoffin

In this week’s edition, we’ll turn our attention to junior curling in the northern part of our country – Yukon, Northwest Territories and Nunavut.

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Inside Junior Curling: Where the junior stars are now – Jill Mouzar

Jill Mouzar is one of Nova Scotia’s former junior stars and one of Canada’s rising curling stars. Though she currently resides in downtown Toronto, her heart still lies with her Nova Scotian roots.

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Inside Junior Curling: The Man Behind the Alberta Junior Curling Tour

While chatting with the creators of the junior curling tours across the country, I’ve been in awe of how incredibly talented, dedicated and visionary these individuals are. Barely out of juniors themselves, they are working hard to change the face of junior curling in not only their provinces, but also their country. Brett Zubot, the man and mastermind behind the Alberta Junior Curling Tour (AJCT), is no exception.

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Inside Junior Curling: The Mastermind Behind the First Junior Curling Tour

Wes Johnson – a name that you may or may not have heard of, but one you should know about. Johnson has been instrumental in the development of junior curling not only in Ontario, but also across Canada.

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Inside Junior Curling: Let’s start at the beginning…

Let’s take it back to the beginning – the very beginning, starting with Junior, Bantam, even Little Rock days.

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Pebbles to Boulders: From Nobleton to the World

In our hockey-mad nation, there are hundreds of stories told about hockey stars coming from small towns and making it in the big leagues. But I’m about to tell you a similar story, and this time it’s the story of a curler.

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