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Manitoba escapes close call against Nunavut in Scotties draw three

Manitoba escapes close call against Nunavut in Scotties draw three

Alberta also wins to join Einarson at 2-0 in Pool A; Ontario’s Homan wins to lead Pool B
Ontario’s Homan takes win over Jones in Scotties draw two

Ontario’s Homan takes win over Jones in Scotties draw two

Alberta, Newfoundland, Manitoba all post commanding wins as day one comes to a close
Opening ceremonies kick off Scotties Tournament of Hearts

Opening ceremonies kick off Scotties Tournament of Hearts

2020 Canadian women's curling championship officially underway at Mosaic Place
Saskatchewan’s Silvernagle wins Scotties opener

Saskatchewan’s Silvernagle wins Scotties opener

Northern Ontario, Nova Scotia, B.C. all pick up wins out of opening draw
Carey set to begin defence of Scotties Tournament of Hearts title

Carey set to begin defence of Scotties Tournament of Hearts title

Lack of playdowns no concern for Team Canada as women’s national curling championship kicks off Saturday afternoon
AAA Warriors get back on track with win over Swift Current

AAA Warriors get back on track with win over Swift Current

Three goals in third period give Tribe 4-2 victory over Legionnaires
Heartbreak City: Warriors lose to Tri-City with half second to play

Heartbreak City: Warriors lose to Tri-City with half second to play

Mutala scores with .5 seconds remaining in third period as Americans defeat Warriors 5-4
Jones defeats Fleury in Wild Card game, advances to Scotties main draw

Jones defeats Fleury in Wild Card game, advances to Scotties main draw

Back-and-forth battle sees Jones draw four foot with last rock to take 8-7 victory over Manitoba compatriot
Silvernagle ready to represent Saskatchewan in Moose Jaw Scotties

Silvernagle ready to represent Saskatchewan in Moose Jaw Scotties

North Battleford rink hoping home province support leads to Scotties Tournament of Hearts championship
Moose Jaw's Graeme Fish sets world record, wins gold in 10,000 metres at World Championships

Moose Jaw's Graeme Fish sets world record, wins gold in 10,000 metres at World Championships

Canada's Bloemen in second as Fish takes top spot by more than 11 seconds, breaks world record by over two seconds
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