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Curling Canada has scheduled a 12:15 p.m. press conference in Brandon on Friday at which organizers are expected to announced that the 2019 Tim Hortons Brier men's curling championship has been awarded to the Wheat City.
Brandon's previous hosting duties came in 1982 and 1963. In 1982, Al Hackner of Northern Ontario beat British Columbia's Brent Giles in a final staged at the Keystone Centre.
The 2019 event would mark the Brier's first time in Manitoba since Winnipeg hosted it in 2008.
» Winnipeg Free Press
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