All-Stars, Award-Winners Announced at Canadian Mixed

By DANNY LAMOUREUX, Canadian Curling Association Saturday, November 15, 2014 The host province dominated the all-star team at the 2015 Canadian Mixed Curling Championship, it was announced on Saturday night on North Bay, Ont. The 2015 Canadian Mixed Curling Championship all-stars, from left, Northern Ontario skip Colin Koivula, Nova Scotia third Christina Black, Northern Ontario

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Saskatchewan Claims Canadian Mixed Gold

By AL CAMERON, Canadian Curling Association Saturday, November 15, 2014 Saskatchewan’s Max Kirkpatrick had an answer for Polar Power on Saturday afternoon at the Granite Club in North Bay, Ont. Kirkpatrick’s team from the Swift Current Curling Club — third Jolene Campbell, second Chris Haichert and lead Teejay Haichert — claimed the gold medal at

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Polar Power vs. Prairie Power!

By DANNY LAMOUREUX, Canadian Curling Association Saturday, November 15, 2014 Northwest Territories skip Jamie Koe of the Yellowknife Curling Centre will meet Saskatchewan’s Max Kirkpatrick of Swift Current in this afternoon’s gold-medal game at the 52nd edition of the Canadian Mixed Curling Championship at the North Bay Granite in North Bay. Koe defeated Ontario’s Chris

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Semifinal Match-Ups Are Set

By DANNY LAMOUREUX, Canadian Curling Association Friday, November 14, 2014 It’s been a week of terrific shot making, and more of the same is expected tomorrow, as British Columbia will face Saskatchewan, and Northwest Territories will take on Ontario in semifinal action at the 52nd edition of the Canadian Mixed Curling Championship at North Bay

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Ontario Rebounds Strongly

After suffering his first loss of the week this afternoon at the 52nd edition of the Canadian Mixed Curling Championship at the North Bay Granite in North Bay, the Ottawa CC’s Chris Gardner made short work of neighboring Québec thrashing Tom Wharry’s Montréal foursome 11-1 conceded after just six ends. Gardner’s big-weight takeout skills were

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Koe Prevails in Battle of Leaders

In a battle of tournament leaders, Jamie Koe’s Northwest Territories rink defeated previously unbeaten Ontario 8-7, forging a three-way tie atop the leaderboard at the 52nd edition of the Canadian Mixed Curling Championship at the North Bay Granite in North Bay, Ont. Both teams are now tied 3-1 with Saskatchewan’s Max Kirkpatrick as a result of

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Manitobans On a Roll

Memories of opening day at the 52nd edition of the Canadian Mixed Curling Championship at the North Bay Granite in North Bay, Ont., have become distant ones for Manitoba skip Jared Kolomaya. The Gimli CC team of Kerri Einarson, Kyle Einarson and Jennifer Clark-Rouire opened the 2015 Mixed with two straight losses to NWT’s Jamie

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