Kingston draws to the button to land 2020 Brier

2015 B.C. Scotties Tournament of Hearts champion Patti Knezevic, CN Centre general manager Glen Mikkelsen, Mayor Lyn Hall, and Tourism PG CEO Erica Hummel are ready for the 2020 Tim Horton's Brier. Bill Phillips photo
2015 B.C. Scotties Tournament of Hearts champion Patti Knezevic, CN Centre general manager Glen Mikkelsen, Mayor Lyn Hall, and Tourism PG CEO Erica Hummel announce the city bid for the 2020 Tim Horton’s Brier earlier this year.

It seems Prince George is in for a trick rather than a treat this Halloween.

While the official announcement of whether Prince George is successful in its bid to host the 2020 Canadian men’s curling championship will be made Thursday morning, the Kingston Whig Standard is reporting Kingston, Ontario has won the bid.

Curling Canada has invited members of the curling community in Kingston and the media to a “major curling announcement.” Thursday morning, according to the newspaper. Moncton, New Brunswick and St. Catharines, Ontario were also bidding on the championship

Here in Prince George, the local bid committee, city, and Tourism PG will hold a news conference at 9:30 a.m.