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Ontario curling dads soak up another Scotties

High above the curling sheets in the last row of seats at the Meridian Centre in St. Catharines, Ont., you'll find Craig Homan and Art Miskew sitting right beside one another, watching their daughters go for another Scotties Tournament of Hearts title.

Age just a number for Team Nova Scotia at Scotties

There's a lot being made about the age of the Nova Scotian team at this year's tournament. While the team knows it's an attention-grabbing plot line, they don't want it to define their run at the Scotties.

Manitoba's Englot off to hot start at Scotties Tournament of Hearts

Manitoba's Michelle Englot maintained a perfect record at the Scotties Tournament of Hearts on Sunday.

3rd time a charm for N.W.T. skip Galusha at Scotties

Yellowknife's Kerry Galusha defeated New Brunswick to join the 12-team field at the Scotties Tournament of Hearts.

Rachel Homan opens Scotties with extra-end win over Chelsea Carey

Ontario's Rachel Homan opened the Canadian women's curling championship Saturday with a 7-5 win in an extra end over defending champion Chelsea Carey.

New Brunswick, N.W.T., to battle Saturday for Scotties berth

Northwest Territories and New Brunswick improved to 2-0 Friday morning and will duel for the right to keep playing in the Canadian women's curling championship Saturday.

Shannon Kleibrink's Alberta rink takes unique path to Scotties

Alberta skip Shannon Kleibrink, the 2006 Olympic bronze medallist, is back at the Scotties Tournament of Hearts for a sixth time, seeking her first-ever title with a rink that hasn't spent a lot of time together this season outside of their eight events.

Chelsea Carey, Team Canada rested and ready for Scotties title defence

Chelsea Carey returns to the Canadian women's curling championship feeling tighter with her team and oddly rested. Among the bonuses for winning the Scotties Tournament of Hearts is an automatic berth in the next one as Team Canada.

Leaving Las Vegas: Curling's Continental Cup moving from desert to London, Ont.

The Continental Cup is leaving Las Vegas for the Forest City. Curling's version of the Ryder Cup will return to Canada in 2018 when London, Ont., hosts the competition at The Sports Centre from Jan. 11-14.

Olympics may be behind curling transplants, suggests sports director

Ashley Howard thinks the Olympics has played into the curling's competitiveness and its new rules, which allow teams to ice one out-of-province player.

Northern Ontario curlers battle for a spot at the Brier

A regional provincial curling championship taking place in Thunder Bay, Ont. this week will determine the team that goes on to represent northern Ontario at this year's Brier, and the field celebrates the sport's past, present and future.

At 54, Glenn Howard still loves lacing up curling shoes

When Glenn Howard made his first appearance at the Ontario curling championship, Pierre Trudeau was prime minister, McDonald's was about to introduce the McNugget, and Michael Jackson's "Thriller" album ruled the charts.

Shocking loss doesn't deter Jennifer Jones from Olympic goal

Manitoba skip Jennifer Jones is as determined as ever to achieve her ultimate goal in 2017 after failing to qualify for next month's Scotties Tournament of Hearts. "It's about performing well in December," at the 2018 Olympic curling trials in Ottawa.

5-time winner Jennifer Jones fails to qualify for Scotties

The Canadian women's curling championship will not include perennial favourite Jennifer Jones. The five-time national champion lost a playoff game in the Manitoba provincial playdowns Sunday in Winnipeg. Jones fell 8-6 in the semifinal to Darcy Robinson, who lost to Michelle Englot 8-6 in the final.

Jennifer Jones out as Englot wins Manitoba Scotties

Jennifer Jones is out of Manitoba's Scotties Tournament of Hearts after she lost in the semifinals to Darcy Robertson Sunday morning.

Pinty's Grand Slam starts with curling event in Regina

Regina will host a Grand Slam curling event in September, bringing 60 curling teams to the city for the first event of the upcoming season.

Brad Gushue 1 step away from clinching hometown Brier berth

Brad Gushue has won the Newfoundland and Labrador curling title in every season since 2007. Never has the pressure to repeat as provincial champion been greater than this year.

North America captures 5th straight Continental Cup

Team North America stretched its victory streak against Team World to five straight years by capturing the 2017 Continental Cup on Sunday.

North America holds slim Continental Cup lead after 2 wins

Team North America took a 6.5-5.5 lead over Team World at the Continental Cup of Curling after Reid Carruthers and Chelsea Carey posted wins in Friday's early draw in Las Vegas.

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