The winner of the 2015 Tim Hortons Brier was Team Canada (Morris) who beat Northern Ontario (Jacobs) in the final with a score of 6-5. Saskatchewan (Laycock) beat Newfoundland Labrador (Gushue) to take home the bronze.
In round robin play at the 2015 Tim Hortons Brier, twelve Canadian teams competed for the top spot in the premier curling championship. Northern Ontario (Jacobs) dominated the competition with a record of 10 wins and only 1 loss. The Brier finished with the following standings: Newfoundland and Labrador (Gushue) 9-2; Saskatchewan (Laycock) 7-4; Team Canada (Morris) 7-4; Alberta (Koe) 6-5; Quebec (Menard) 6-5; British Columbia (Cotter) 5-6; Prince Edward Island (Casey) 5-6; Ontario (Kean) 5-6; Manitoba (Carruthers) 4-7; New Brunswick (2-9); and Northwest Territories (Koe) 0-11.
The 2015 Tim Hortons Brier was held on February 28 to March 8 at Scotiabank Saddledome in Calgary, Alberta, and saw an attendance of 151,000 people. The winner, Team Canada (coached by Earle Morris and representing Glencoe Club out of Calgary, the host curling club for this year's Brier) represented Canada at the 2015 Ford World Men's Curling Championship in Halifax, Nova Scotia. Canada won the bronze medal match against Finland (8-4) and the gold went to Sweden who beat Norway 9-5.
For the first time in Brier history, Nunavut was offered an entry although they declined to send a team. The Brier has been held annually since 1927 and is regarded by most curlers as the world's premier curling championship.