The 2019 Tim Hortons Brier in Brandon attracted close to 75,000 people.

It was the first time since 1982 that the Brier made a stop in Western Manitoba and the fans turned out to see the top curlers in the country.

Vice Chair of the host committee Ryan Shields was pleased with how smoothly the week went and how much people enjoyed the curling and the Keystone Centre.

Brandon Mayor Rick Chrest took in some of the curling and he echoed those thoughts. He pointed out the importance of the Keystone Centre and the role it plays in brings people and events to the region.


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