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ROAD CLOSURE NEAR MILE ONE CENTRE AT NEW GOWER STREET The current weather system and high winds affecting the City of St. John’s are causing significant damage to city infrastructure. For precautionary reasons, New Gower Street is temporarily closed from Queen Street to Waldegrave Street. This will require traffic detours in the area. If you […]

Team Canada and Northern Ontario will be back on the ice when the groomers are finished up.

At 3 pm Team Canada will take on Northern Ontario (Sault Ste Marie). They both finished 8-3 and Team Canada will have the hammer, having beaten Northern Ontario 6-4 in the round-robin. For the complete schedule, go to http://www.curling.ca/2017brier/draw/

SCORE UPDATE  TEAM NL  – 7 MANITOBA  – 4

Don’t forget to set your clocks forward 1-hour overnight on Saturday, March 11th, 2017!  

Service runs on a load and go basis from Confederation Building and Bowring Park beginning one hour before event/draw time, with the last shuttle leaving for Mile One Centre approximately 10 minutes before draw time. Return shuttles are available immediately following the draw. The fare is $5.00 return, payable on the way to Mile One […]

Team Gushue hopes tonight’s game will clinch chance at Brier gold medal! Thursday night, Team NL rallied from a 3-0 deficit when playing against defending champions Team Canada at Mile One Centre, with a dramatic 7-6 finish in the extra end. The win clinched a spot in the 1-2 Page playoff game Friday at 8 p.m., where […]

2017 Tim Hortons Brier – STANDINGS Round Robin Games Wins Losses 1 Manitoba (McEwen)MB (McEwen) 11 9 2 2 Newfoundland & Labrador (Gushue)NL (Gushue) 11 9 2 3 Canada (Koe)CA (Koe) 11 8 3 4 Northern Ontario (Jacobs)NO (Jacobs) 11 8 3 5 Quebec (Ménard)QC (Ménard) 11 7 4 6 British Columbia (Morris)BC (Morris) 11 […]

FROM CBC NEWS: Fans fill the stands at 2017 Brier in St. John’s; attendance up over last year More than 86,000 have walked through stadium gates since regular competition began It could be that it’s been 45 years since Newfoundland and Labrador last hosted the Brier, or perhaps it’s the impressive showing by hometown favourites Brad […]