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TSN Enhances Major Partnership with Canadian Curling Association with Multi-Year Rights Extension

Bell Media’s TSN and the Canadian Curling Association (CCA) announced today they are enhancing their partnership with a long-term multimedia rights extension. As part of the new deal, TSN continues to be the home of curling in Canada through to the 2019-20 season with exclusive Canadian rights to Season of Champions events. The new deal also includes extended French-language coverage on Bell Media’s RDS and RDS2 – ensuring more French-language curling coverage than ever before with 250 hours of Season of Champions coverage. Multiple other components and activation strategies, such as Continental Cup coverage in Olympic years and guaranteed broadcasting of the new Pre-trials Road to the Roar, have been established to help to continue to grow the sport across Canada.

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Featured Athlete: Tammy Schneider

Even though Tammy Schneider has been blessed to play for one of the finest women’s curling teams on the planet, she stays true to her small-town curling roots.

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Red Deer’s Red Hot for the Season of Champions

The Scotties Tournament of Hearts may be more than six months away – but the promotions team is firing up the momentum for what could well be the biggest ever in the history of Canada’s women’s curling championship.

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The Young and the Restless are Heading to Cranbrook

Rachel Homan has been making waves in the curling world since the age of 14, winning four consecutive Ontario Provincial Bantam Championships between 2003 and 2006.  This year she leads one of the hottest young teams on the women’s curling circuit to Cranbrook for the Canada Cup.

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Scotties Promotions Schedule is Heating Up!

The rainy season is over and the 2012 Scotties Tournament of Hearts promotions team is ready to take on the summer!

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2012 Scotties Tournament of Hearts Tickets on Sale

All four ticket packages for the 2012 Scotties Tournament are selling well. In addition to the “Old Classic” full event pass – for those who crave the excitement of all 22 draws – the 2012 Scotties features three “Double Impact”

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Around the House: Watching the Big Kids Play, Part Two

As I write this, the 2011 Brier is taking place in London, and that means my TV is on in the background when I’m working at home. And it’s on at the office (okay, I confess) where I’m live-streaming the games while sitting at my desk.

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Around the House: Watching the Big Kids Play, Part One

As I write this, the Scotties Tournament of Hearts has just ended, and like everyone else in the Canadian curlingspere, I’m a bit lost.

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Saskatchewan Wins the 2011 Scotties Tournament of Hearts

Was it the spirit of Sandra Schmirler? Was it Saskatchewan Roughrider pride that pervades everything to do with sports in the Wheat Province?

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Team Canada One Victory Shy Of A Fourth Straight Title

One win. Just one win. Defending champion Jennifer Jones of Winnipeg needs one more win for her fourth straight Scotties Tournament Of Hearts skipping title, tying the legendary Colleen Jones of Halifax.

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Nova Scotia beaten, but not bowed

Defending champion Jennifer Jones of Winnipeg cracked open a tight game with three in the fifth end and rolled to a 9-4 victory over Heather Smith-Dacey of Nova Scotia Thursday afternoon in a Scotties Tournament Of Hearts matchup that wasn’t fatal to either team.

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Draw 16 Media Scrum Video Interviews

Enjoy video of the post-draw interviews with Jennifer Jones and Heather Smith-Dacey.

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Saskatchewan earns Page One-Two playoff berth

The last day of round-robin play at the Scotties Tournament Of Hearts in Charlottetown was a bounce-back opportunity for two early leaders and a Maritime team to stay rolling.

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Bluenosers harpoon Saskatchewan win streak

Nova Scotia’s Heather Smith-Dacey put an end to Saskatchewan’s undefeated skein at the Scotties Tournament Of Hearts on Wednesday afternoon.

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Saskatchewan keeps rolling, Jones kayoes Ontario

Wednesday morning at the Civic Centre in Charlottetown started off with two trends which continue moving in the same direction. Amber Holland’s stealthy Saskatchewan squad continued to look unbeatable, running their record to a tidy 8-0 with a seven-end 10-2 win

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