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Curling is growing in popularity among Canadians Sports

The Royal Canadian Curling Club in, Toronto, Ont., was buzzing with people as they walked in with brooms in their hands and excitement on their faces. Kevin Peckford, an insurance officer from Toronto, got ready to show his curling skills at the Curling League on Wednesday, February 14.

“I have been playing since I was eight-years-old. Ever since I have watched the sport evolve and now it has become a part of Canadian tradition,” Peckford said.

Canada wins three more medals at the PyeongChang olympics 2018 Olympics

  Christina Mulherin Canadian athletes won three more olympic medals on Tuesday – two of which made history. Curling athletes John Morris and Kaitlyn Lawes became the first ever winners of the mixed doubles event. They are also Canada’s first olympic double gold medalists in curling. Dream come true!! Thank you everyone for your kind

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PyeongChang ticket sales down as Winter Olympics less than 100 days away Sports

The long awaited 2018 Winter Olympics are a mere 100 days away.

As the wait for the Olympics gets shorter, the number of questions surrounding possible security risks regarding the games in PyeongChang, South Korea get longer. This seems to have had an affect on ticket sales. According to a Reuters report, only about a third of tickets have been sold for the prestigious world event.