Newspaper article The Canadian Press

Canadian Curling Hall of Fame's Class of 2016 to Include Five Inductees

Newspaper article The Canadian Press

Canadian Curling Hall of Fame's Class of 2016 to Include Five Inductees

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Curling Hall of Fame welcomes Class of 2016

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OTTAWA - The Canadian Curling Hall of Fame's Class of 2016 will include Ina Forrest, Darryl Neighbour, Earle Morris, Bob Weeks and Pierre Charette, Curling Canada announced Thursday.

Forrest, a native of Spallumcheen, B.C., and Neighbour, from Richmond, B.C., won wheelchair curling gold at the 2010 Vancouver Paralympics. Charette, from Gatineau, Que., won seven Quebec titles and won silver at the Brier in 1998 and '99 as vice-skip for Guy Hemmings.

Morris, from Ottawa, became the first curler to represent three different provinces at the Brier: Manitoba in 1980, Quebec in 1982 and Ontario in 1985. He also served as a coach for several national championship teams including his son John Morris (juniors 1998), Rachel Homan (juniors 2010, Scotties 2013, '14) and Pat Simmons (Brier 2015). …

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