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How often does curling appear on the TV schedule in Canada?

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Curling appears regularly on the Canadian television schedule, from the start of the season in September until the end of the season in May. As of 2015, curling is covered by three Canadian television networks: the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, The Sports Network and Sportsnet.

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As of 2015, curling events televised in Canada include the Grand Slam of Curling-Masters in Truro, Nova; the Grand Slam of Curling-National in Oshawa, Ontario; and the Canadian Mixed tournament in Toronto. Other televised curling events include the Scotties Tournament of Hearts in Grande Prairie, Alberta, and the Tim Hortons Brier in Ottawa, Ontario.

The television curling schedule also includes the World Women's Championship in Swift Current, Saskatchewan and the World Men's Championship in Basel, Switzerland. The final televised curling event of the season is the Grand Slam of Curling Champions Cup in Sherwood Park, Alberta.

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