Canada’s biggest curling event could be coming to Vancouver Island if there’s enough interest shown from the community.
The Victoria Curling Club has confirmed it is working on a bid to host the 2024 Tim Hortons Brier national men’s curling championship at Save-on-Foods Memorial Centre.
The club sent out a letter to the community seeking the amount of interest there would be in having the event held in Victoria.
The public can assist in the bidding process by emailing email@example.com and expressing interesting in purchasing tickets and/or volunteering for the event.
If the bid to Curling Canada is successful, the Tim Hortons Brier national men’s curling championship would be held at the Save-on-Foods Memorial Centre from March 1st to 10th in 2024.
The Brier has been held since 1927, traditionally during the month of March. The winner of the tournament will go on to represent Canada at the World Curling Championships.
The event is broadcasted by The Sports Network (TSN), and not only offers national exposure for not only the curlers, but the host community.
Anyone who shows interest in purchasing ticket packages will get access to a pre-sale code they can use to buy their tickets ahead of everyone else.
Organizers said all deposits will be fully refunded if the bid is not successful.
The winning bid of the 2024 brier will be announced this summer.