There weren't any Team Gushue's in Yonge-Dundas Square - just a couple of guys pushing another guy on a block of ice. Big Brother Canada setup a small curling rink in the heart of downtown Toronto and invited people to become a curling rock, hurtling down the rink towards the scoring rings, or as we like to call it in curling, the bullseye (I know, it is really called the house).
No sweepers were used to bring the rock into the house, just the force of a broom as people rode the ice, protected from getting wet and cold by a furry blanket.
This is one way to make one of Canada's top winter sports a little more exciting. See more photos after the jump.