Curling is a popular winter sport in Canada. How much do you know about this sport? Contributed)

Curling is a popular winter sport in Canada. How much do you know about this sport? Contributed)

QUIZ: Are you ready for some winter sports?

It’s cold outside, but there are plenty of recreation opportunities in the winter months

Winter is the season many Canadians love to hate, but it is also a season with plenty of sports and recreational opportunities.

How much do you know about winter sports? Put your knowledge to the test with these 10 questions.

Good luck.


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Jack Sadler competes in the under 16 division during the Provincial Moguls in Fernie in 2018. (Alexandra Heck - Black Press)

Jack Sadler competes in the under 16 division during the Provincial Moguls in Fernie in 2018. (Alexandra Heck - Black Press)

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