Metis curler captures third straight national women’s title 

By Sam Laskaris Local Journalism Initiative Reporter Kerri Einarson is hoping her next trip to Prince George, B.C. will prove more successful than her last one. Einarson travelled to the city back in March 2020 to represent Canada at the world women’s curling championships. Einarson, who is Metis, had skipped a team to its first national title earlier that year, but two days before the 2020 world tournament was scheduled to begin, organizers were forced to cancel the event because the COVID-19 pandemic had started spreading in Canada. Fast forward to today and Einarson is a three-time defending national champion. She won her latest title on Sunday, guiding her Manitoba-based Gimli Curling Club squad to a 9-6 victory over the Krista McCarville-skipped team from Northern Ontario in the championship final….

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