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Curling Canada pens streaming deal with CBC

The CBC Sports division of Canadian public-service broadcaster CBC has agreed a deal with Canada Curling to stream live coverage of the national governing body’s 2018 domestic championship events.

The agreement covers the Canadian Mixed Curling Championship, the Canadian Mixed Doubles Curling Championship, the Canadian Wheelchair Curling Championship, the Everest Canadian Senior Curling Championships, the U Sports/Curling Canada University Curling Championships and the Canadian Collegiate Athletic Association/Curling Canada Championships.

CBC Sports will stream event coverage on the CBCSports.ca website and via the official CBC Sports mobile application for iOS and Android devices. Selected event coverage will also be broadcast on CBC.

The Everest Canadian Seniors is the first event on the coverage schedule and will take place from November 12-18 this year in Swan River, Manitoba.

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