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Ontario, Quebec hold early advantages at Canadian Mixed Curling Championship

Team Quebec sits atop the standings in Pool A at 2-0, while Ontario, Nova Scotia and Alberta are also undefeated after two matches in Pool B at the Canadian Mixed Curling Championship in Winnipeg.

Pool play underway at tournament in Winnipeg

Kim Tuck, left, and Sara Gatchell have helped Team Ontario to a 2-0 start in Pool B at the Canadian mixed curling championships in Winnipeg. (Curling Canada)

Team Quebec sits atop the standings in Pool A at 2-0, while Ontario, Nova Scotia and Alberta are also undefeated after two matches in Pool B at the Canadian Mixed Curling Championship in Winnipeg.

Monday's action included a commanding 10-3 win for Ontario over Northwest Territories (0-2) in the afternoon draw, followed by a 7-1 win for Quebec over Yukon (1-1).  

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Three matches were featured today and can be viewed in the video players below.

After opening with a loss, Manitoba (1-1) responded by beating Northern Ontario (1-1) 7-3.

Complete coverage of Manitoba's 7-3 win over Northern Ontario at the Canadian Mixed Curling Championships from Winnipeg. 2:08:45

New Brunswick (1-0) earned a 6-4 win over Prince Edward Island (0-3).

Complete coverage of New Brunswick's 6-4 win over PEI at the Canadian Mixed Curling Championships from Winnipeg. 2:19:53

In the late draw, Newfoundland and Labrador (1-1) sank Nunavut to an 0-3 start with a 6-1 win. 

Complete coverage of Newfoundland & Labrador's 6-1 win over Nunavut at the Canadian Mixed Curling Championships from Winnipeg. 1:59:55

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