Tags : curling

Lethbridge economy generates $16.8 million from 2022 Brier

The final numbers are in for the 2022 Tim Hortons Brier here in Lethbridge. A report says it was a huge success. Close to $17 million was generated for the local economy during the special curling event. Over 18,000 out of towners attended the festivities as well. As BCN’s Micah Quinn explains, local organizations are […]Read More

World Women’s Curling Championship to start March 19

The 2022 Tim Hortons Brier generated a large amount of interest in the sport of curling here in the Windy City. Now the 2022 World Women’s Curling Championship is set to take place in Prince George, British Columbia, March 19 through to the 27. BCN’s Micah Quinn has the details on how the Canadian team […]Read More

Brad Gushue steals win in Brier final

The 2022 Tim Hortons Brier ended with a bang on Sunday night. Team Wild Card One and skip Brad Gushue pulled out a narrow win against Kevin Koe and Team Alberta. As Micah Quinn explains, this is the fourth Brier win for Gushue and his team in the past six years. Gushue is now off […]Read More

Curling action continues for Day 8 of the 2022 Tim

Curling action continued at the Enmax Centre in Lethbridge today with a battle of the prairies. Team Wild Card 3 beat Team Manitoba 9-3. Team Saskatchewan and Team Wild Card 2, meanwhile, played a fairly tight game, but in the end it was Team Saskatchewan coming out victorious 9-5. Team Wild Card 2 Skip Matt […]Read More

2022 Friars’ Briar makes stop in Lethbridge

The 2022 Friars’ Briar highlights the best curlers that are also men of the cloth. This year, the event is taking place in our city at the Lethbridge Curling Club. Video Journalist Micah Quinn has the details on the teams and why the occasion is so important for those in the Christian community.  Read More

2022 Tim Horton’s Brier kicks off in Lethrbridge

It will be a packed house as the 2022 Tim Hortons Brier kicks off in our city. Teams from all around the country will be competing for the crowning glory in Canadian Curling. BCN’s Angela Stewart was at the Enmax Centre and brings us a preview, also what curling fans can expect from a couple […]Read More