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Are Four “Seasons” in the Forecast for Holland?

While the ice surface is just starting to chill in most clubs across the country, Saskatchewan’s Amber Holland has already penciled in three of the premiere events on the Season of Champions calendar.

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The Stage is Set for a Saskatchewan Replay

The 2011 Saskatchewan Scotties Tournament of Hearts final came down to a matchup between Amber Holland and Stefanie Lawton… of course, it was Holland who moved on to the national women’s championship in Charlottetown.

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Lethbridge Draws on a Tradition of Success

The Season of Champions returns to Lethbridge in 2012 as the city hosts the Ford World Women’s Curling Championship. And based on the interest being generated in the community, event organizers are expecting another roaring success.

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A Busy Summer Comes to a Close in the Kootenays

The Paint the Town and Community Events teams have been hard at work through the hot days of summer to promote the 2011 Capital One Canada Cup coming to Cranbrook this fall.

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Volunteers Rally for the 2012 Tim Hortons Brier

The first Volunteer Rally for the 2012 Tim Hortons Brier was held September 15th at Saskatoon’s Sutherland Curling Club, and based on the tremendous turnout, the excitement is clearly building for the upcoming men’s national curling championship.

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It’s Double Time in Cranbrook

The Season of Champions gets off to a big-time start November 30 – December 4 in Cranbrook with the 2011 Capital One Canada Cup.  And, if you want to take advantage of one of the best ticket packages ever, you’d better act now because the Double Impact deadline is October 9th!

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Home side increases lead to 72-18 through Friday afternoon

Team North America persisted in piling on the pressure Friday afternoon at the Servus Credit Union Place, taking two of three mixed doubles matches at Continental Cup VII.

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Brier Bound: The Road to the 2011 Tim Hortons Brier in London – West Region

With less than two months before the start of the 2011 Tim Hortons Brier at London’s John Labatt Centre, provincial curling championships are getting underway across the land.

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North America leads Team World after Day One at WFG Continental Cup

It may be early days at the World Financial Group Continental Cup but the form chart from the past more than supports the premise that this issue is far from being decided.

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Team North America widens lead to 30-6 after Mixed Doubles

Susan O’Connor of Calgary knows mixed doubles curling. Matter of fact, she knows mixed curling, having won two Canadian championships.

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Thursday and Friday pairings announced for World Financial Group Continental Cup

The pairings for Thursday and Friday at the 2011 World Financial Group Continental Cup were announced this afternoon after the Captains and Coaches for Team World and Team North America had made their selections.

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Brier Bound: The Road to the 2011 Tim Hortons Brier in London – Central Region

Ontario, Northern Ontario, Quebec, and Manitoba have all had their share of Brier success stories over the years, and curling fans from central Canada are hoping that another championship chapter may be written at the conclusion of the 2011 shootout.

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House Call: A Word about Strategy

We’re coming up on my favourite/least favourite time of year. It’s almost time for The Season of Champions… you know, when the Scotties, the Brier, The Canadian Juniors, etc. flood your TV screens

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