About the Event

World-class event for fans from across the globe to enjoy!

Sixteen men’s team from across the country will compete at the Tim Hortons Brier for the chance to represent Canada at the world men’s championship.


Kingston may be the oldest city in Ontario, but they know the secret to eternal youth — good times.

Snap some pics of the city’s new and historic architecture, visit the Farmers’ Market (which, by the way, is the oldest continuously run market in North America – having been in operation since 1801), and get some shopping done at the authentic boutiques and shops along Princess Street in the downtown core – it’s all waiting for you in Kingston.

Located right in Ontario’s backyard, find out why Kingston will soon become your new favourite weekend getaway.

To learn more about the 2020 Tim Hortons Brier host city, visit: www.visitkingston.ca

getting around town

The City of Kingston is providing FREE transportation for everyone who has a Tim Hortons Brier ticket. All you need to do is show your ticket to get onto the bus*!

On Feb. 29, March 5, 6 and 7, select routes will offer extended service until 2:15 a.m. so that you won’t miss a minute of the action.

Learn more about Kingston Transit (including routes & schedule) plus parking here.

Need help? Call Kingston Transit at (613) 546-0000.

the venue

The Leon’s Centre is a 6,700 seat sports and entertainment venue located in downtown Kingston, Ontario, Canada, at the intersection of Ontario Street and The Tragically Hip Way. The arena is the home of the Kingston Frontenacs of the Ontario Hockey League (OHL).

Learn all about the Leon’s Centre here!

THe history of the brier

The Tim Hortons Brier is probably the truest of any Canadian sporting championship. Fifteen teams, representing each of Curling Canada’s 14 Member Associations as well as the defending champion Team Canada, compete for the Brier Tankard, the refurbished silver trophy that was presented to the winners of the Brier during Macdonald Tobacco’s 50-year sponsorship. The trophy was re-introduced in 2001 in Ottawa at the first Nokia Brier, when the famed Labatt Brier Tankard was retired after the 2000 Brier in Saskatoon. Read more