Helmetless Curling In Court

The fate of helmetless curling rests with Alberta Court of King’s Bench. A judge has ordered a local school district and curling club to face civil trial for failing to meet a “required standard of care” by allowing children to hit the ice without a helmet: “The ice was slippery and could cause students to fall and become injured. That risk was obvious.”

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