Team Canada won the bronze medal on Saturday at the 2023 World Mixed Curling Championships in Aberdeen, Scotland. The Canadian team comprised of skip Felix Asselin of Sainte-Agathe-des-Monts, Quebec, third Laurie St-Georges of Laval, Quebec, second Emile Asselin of Sainte-Agathe-des-Monts, and lead Emily Riley of Montreal, Quebec.
In all there were 34 nations competing in Aberdeen. Canada had a perfect record of eight wins and zero losses in Group B play. They defeated Finland, skipped by Iikko Santti, 10-1, and Chinese Taipei, skipped by Yang Ko 8-3 on October 14, Australia, skipped by Matt Panoussi, 7-2 on October 15, Latvia, skipped by Paulius Rymeikis 9-5 on October 16, Poland, skipped by Andrzej Augustyniak, 6-3, and New Zealand, skipped by Dave Watt, 6-3 on October 17, Slovenia, skipped by Stefan Sever, 7-5 on October 18, and Hungary, skipped by Gabor Ezsol 12-6 on October 19.
By winning Group B, Canada was given an automatic berth to the quarterfinals, where they beast Australia again 7-3 on Friday. They then lost to the Swedish curling team skipped by Johan Nygren, 7-4 in the semifinals on Saturday. Canada then beat Norway’s Maia Ramsfjell 4-3 in the bronze medal game on Saturday. Sweden won the gold medal as they defeated Spain 8-2. The Spanish skip was Sergio Vez. In the history of the World Mixed Curling Championships, Canada has won five medals (three gold medals, one silver medal and one bronze medal).