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China, Denmark's Lene black gucci belt Nielson and Russia's Anna Sidorova were all 1-2 ahead of Allison Pottinger of the U.S. and Italy's Diana Gaspari at 0-3. Peters not only has roots in Saskatchewan, but also in Nova Scotia where she lived and curled for a decade before moving west again a few years ago. In fact, Iskiw and Peters were Nova Scotia teammates at the 2004 Canadian women's curling championship. Both received well-wishing e-mails louis vuitton belts from the province's Progressive Conservative party, even though neither of them live there. "I've gotten tons of e-mails from Truro and tons of people who were in the club," Iskiw said. "Even just all over Nova Scotia and people that we knew from Halifax and my brother's friends, government even. The PC party e-mailed me. That's been a bit of a surprise." The e-mails, texts and phone calls from Carrot River, northeast of Saskatoon, surprised Peters. "The support from Carrot River has been unbelievable," gucci handbags she said. "A lot of people I don't even keep in touch with, but I love it. "I didn't expect to stay in Nova Scotia so long. It's just I had so much curling commitment. Lots of support throughout the whole province of Nova Scotia, all through Saskatchewan, all through Alberta and friends across the country." Peters, 41, moved to Calgary in 2009 and works in human resources for an energy company. Dozens of her Calgary co-workers were at Enmax Centre on Sunday wearing green "Go Laine" T-shirts. Iskiw's husband Blayne is originally from Edmonton and they relocated there in 2004. Iskiw works as an account managers at a publishing company and they have two young gucci outlet children. "When you move you make roots in Alberta," Iskiw said. "It's nice to still have your roots in Nova Scotia and people cheering you on."