In 2013, the Tim Hortons Brier is coming back to Edmonton – the place where it seems history always unfolds.
The city set a new attendance record that still stands to this day when the Canadian Men’s Curling Championship was last contested in Rexall Place in 2005. It was also a record-setting week for the hometown skip as Randy Ferbey celebrated his sixth Brier title.
Along with a passion for curling, Edmonton also offers visitors a vibrant urban experience with a thriving music and arts scene, a Vegas-style casino and abundant opportunities for dining and shopping – including North America’s largest mall.
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|Experience the new state-of-the-art lobby at Courtyard by Marriott Edmonton Downtown hotel, Edmonton’s foremost business-class hotel, specializing in casual riverside luxury. This Edmonton Downtown hotel features 177 tastefully appointed, newly renovated guestrooms with free WiFi and a mini-fridge for your convenience. Panoramic views of the river valley and our downtown business district add to the excitement of this magnificent Edmonton hotel. Click here for all your options.||The Brier will be contested in Rexall Place, home-ice for the NHL’s Edmonton Oilers. The arena, with seating for approximately 17,000 fans, was the setting for the 2009 Tim Hortons Roar of the Rings where Alberta’s Kevin Martin and Cheryl Bernard earned the right to represent Canada in the 2010 Winter Olympics. Click here for more information.|
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Ample parking is available in the area surrounding Rexall Place. Parking passes will now be available through Northlands directly by calling 780-471-8143