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Inside Junior Curling: Sisterly love

Les sœurs Cathlia (à gauche) et Jamie (à droite) avec leur papa Mark Ward au Brier Tim Hortons 2003 où Mark était premier dans l’équipe de Brad Gushue. (Photo par C. Ward)

Here we are again, September of another curling season. For most curlers in Canada, this season represents new beginnings. New teams and new dreams are forming across the nation, and my 2014-2015 squad is no different.

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Brier Bound: Nova Scotia

Jamie Murphy and his CFB Halifax teammates Jordan Pinder, Mike Bardsley and Donald McDermaid will all get the opportunity to experience their first Tim Hortons Brier from ice level at Saskatoon’s Credit Union Centre in March after capturing the Nova Scotia Molson Men’s Provincial Championship on Sunday, February 12.

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The Road to Red Deer: Nova Scotia Update

Heather Smith-Dacey and her CFB Halifax rink of Danielle Parsons, Blisse Comstock and Teri Lake successfully defended their title as Nova Scotia Scotties Tournament of Hearts champions on Sunday, January 29, by edging Halifax Mayflower’s Mary Mattatall by a score of 7-6 in the final.

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Pebbles to Boulders: Starting Young at the Mayflower

Anyone watching national championship curling over the last 25 years has heard of the Mayflower Curling Club.

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Pebbles to Boulders: Blue Girls of New Brunswick

Like every curling club across Canada at the beginning of the season, the St. John’s Curling Club in Newfoundland holds a new curler clinic. This is where our story begins.

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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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Featured Curling Athlete: Emily Dwyer

Nova Scotia’s Emily Dwyer has spent the last three years adding title after title to a growing list of impressive curling accomplishments.

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A Match Made on the Ice: Canada’s GLBT community has embraced the sport of curling

In Vancouver, in the early 1990s, the Pacific Rim Curling League — a 16-team league of gay and lesbian curlers — met weekly at the University of British Columbia rink.

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