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CurlManitoba Update – December 21, 2021

Manitoba Curling clubs are currently dark and will remain so until at least January 8 under the recently announced Province of Manitoba Health restrictions. Contingency plans currently in place were announced based on “Code Red” until Dec 11th. With the additional 4 week extension of Public Health restrictions announced December 8, and in consultation with…

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Competition Update

Due to the pandemic and Manitoba Health’s restrictions to try to limit the spread of COVID-19 and keep Manitobans safe, CurlManitoba has made the necessary decision to alter to our provincial competitions. For information explaining the changes to the 2020-21 season please see our website at https://curlmanitoba.org/rules/ . A current list of berth allocations for the…

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2021 Manitoba Open Postponed

CurlManitoba has made the decision to postpone the 2021 Manitoba Open, the World’s largest and longest running bonspiel.  This decision was not done lightly but was necessary in the interest of safety and health of all volunteers, athletes, spectators and clubs. CurlManitoba is working with the Winnipeg Curling Clubs Association to ensure that the Manitoba Open…

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Einarson, Braunstein Teams Still Top Two

Four weeks into the Manitoba Curling Hall of Fame’s invitation for People’s Choice voting on Manitoba’s Most Notable Curling Team, Kerri Einarson and her 2020 Scotties Champion team, who missed their chance to go to a World Championship due to the pandemic, continue to hold the #1 ranking. Terry Braunstein’s 1958 Manitoba champion team, the…

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Manitoba Curling Hall of Fame & Museum Names MOST NOTABLE 150 TEAMS – Invites Public Participation in Ranking the TOP 25

In recognition of Manitoba’s 150th Anniversary, the Manitoba Curling Hall of Fame & Museum (MCHoF&M) has named what it is calling the Most Notable 150 Teams in Manitoba’s long and storied curling history. Click here to see the complete list. “People have been curling in Manitoba since before we were a province,” says Peter Nicholls,…

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