This week, John sits down with Matthew Hall, the reigning World Junior champion (playing second on Team Tyler Tardi) and multi-time Ontario champion (as skip) at the junior level. Matthew heads back to Ontario after a successful year in B.C., and before he did that, sat down for an interview with John.
LETHBRIDGE, Alta. — Canada’s Kevin Koe, who had produced magic all weekend long, couldn’t conjure up one last “Koedini” to prevent Sweden’s Niklas Edin from tying a record with his fourth world title at the 2019 Pioneer Hi-Bred World Men’s Curling Championship, presented by Service Experts, Heating, Air Conditioning and Plumbing.
By Nolan Thiessen In our current social media age there is a tendency to overstate current events as “unprecedented” or “the best ever.” That said, I don’t think it’s an overstatement to say that I can’t remember a time when the Blue Jays have captured the imagination of Canada quite like they have since their […]
For many curling facilities across the country, April is the month of closing bonspiels, awards presentations and – for some – lacing up skates (instead of sliders) to destroy a season’s worth of pebbled ice.
En 1985, j’ai franchi pour la première fois les portes d’un club de curling. Je ne connaissais pratiquement rien de ce sport, sinon qu’il se jouait sur la glace avec des espèces de roches que l’on devait faire glisser sur de la glace en direction de cercles de couleurs.