Sara England skipping out of famous mom Sandra Schmirler's shadow
Sara England was two-years-old when her mother, curling legend Sandra Schmirler died of cancer in 2000. The 21-year-old University of Regina skip is now looking to carve out her own identity, and represent Saskatchewan at next year's Scotties.
Jones to replace Homan at curling World Cup final
Team Jennifer Jones will replace Team Rachel Homan at the Curling World Cup final this May in Beijing.
Canadian women's curlers seek equal payout at national events
Several top curlers have started talks with Curling Canada to address concerns about the difference between men's and women's payouts at the national championships.
Kevin Koe captures 4th Brier title with 10th-end magic
Kevin Koe won the Canadian men's curling championship with a 4-3 win over Brendan Bottcher in Sunday's all-Alberta final.
The good doctor hopes he has cure for Northern Ontario's playoff ills
Jules Owchar is curling's rock-whisperer and all he does is win
'The Olympics will scar all of us': Team Koe looking to avenge Pyeongchang devastation
Almost torn apart last season, Team Jacobs feeling rejuvenated at Brier
Mike McEwen, Team Carruthers give tip of the cap for 15-game win streak
Brad Gushue's dominance opening doors for other Newfoundland curlers
Scotties inspires community — Brier now takes centre stage
Jill Officer to join Chelsea Carey's team at curling worlds
Alberta's Carey steals Scotties title from Homan's Ontario rink
Saskatoon to host 2021 Olympic Curling Trials
Canadian men's curlers win world junior gold medal
Saskatchewan's Robyn Silvernagle trying to live up to 'idol' Sandra Schmirler
Losing your voice in curling is a skip's worst nightmare
'We're doing all the right things': Homan, Courtney curling while pregnant at Scotties
Rock the Rink: The Rick and Lorraine Lang curling love story
Keep calm and Carey on: Chelsea Carey has perfect start at Scotties after 'tough' season
For Jill Officer, this year's Scotties is both familiar and foreign