Eighteen 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. A berth to the 2021 Tim Hortons Curling Trials is also on the line.
The Markin MacPhail Centre will play host to a condensed series of Curling Canada Season of Champions championship events in a safe environment using a hub city concept with no fans.
Located in Calgary at Canada Olympic Park, the Markin MacPhail Centre features one international sized arena with seating for 3,000, along with three National Hockey League sized ice rinks. WinSport is proud to own and operate Canada Olympic Park, one of the key legacy facilities from the 1988 Winter Olympics.
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