Curling Canada has announced its new title sponsor for the Canadian men's curling championship.
One of the biggest lineup alterations this off-season came in Thunder Bay when Krista McCarville added 11-time New Brunswick champion Andrea Kelly to her team in an effort to get over the hump at the Scotties Tournament of Hearts.
Three-time reigning national champion Kerri Einarson joins Bob Weeks to discuss the pride she takes in being a role model for Indigenous athletes and what the sport can do to be more inclusive to everyone.
The Rocks and Rings program has introduced the sport of curling to over two million kids and recently a group of students from an Indigenous school in Toronto were given an opportunity to hit the ice. TSN's Claire Hanna reports.
Luke Robins, a high school student in Winnipeg, is heading up tutorial sessions for Ukrainian citizens who have been displaced due to the war in their homeland. John Lu tells us the story of how Robins is supporting Ukrainian refugees with an introduction to a curling program.
Across the country, there have been programs created to increase diversity and inclusion in curling. TSN's Claire Hanna talked to a Queen’s University student who has started an adult Learn-to-Curl program for racialized community members.
Curling's popularity is definitely growing around the world, even in places without ice, like NIgeria. TSN's Bob Weeks introduces us to the Nigerian Curling Team and the mark they are making on the international curling circuit.