Citizen Shane

North Shore Winter Club curlers could lose rink to hockey

The sport of curling is on thin ice at the North Shore Winter Club. Citizen Shane explains why.

Citizen Shane looks into why curlers could be left out in the cold if they don't pay up

A group of curlers in North Vancouver are being asked to get more members 4:28

The sport of curling is on thin ice at the North Shore Winter Club, a private members-only recreation centre in North Vancouver.

Non-members have been allowed to curl at the facility's rink since the late 1990s, when the North Vancouver Curling Club lost its home and the North Shore Winter Club let the curlers onto its rink.

Now that's all about to change unless enough non-member curlers are willing step up by Nov. 15 and cough up a fair chunk of change. Watch the video to find out how much


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