Sixteen (16) teams can participate in the men’s provincial curling championship. The winning team will represent Quebec at the Canadian Championship (Brier). The participating teams will be selected as follows:





Team Quebec

If a minimum of 3 players from last year are still together.


Circuit Final

The winning team will win their entry to provincials.


CTRS points

The three (3) teams with the most CTRS points accumulated between (January 1, 2023 to December 4, 2023) will qualify for provincials.


Provincial circuit points

The three (3) teams who accumulate the most points ($) on the Quebec circuit during the season (December 5, 2022 to December 3, 2023) will qualify for provincials.


Regional qualification tournaments

The winning team from each event will win their entry to provincials.


Tankard qualifier (Last chance)

Open to any team registered for men's provincials. The final two berths to provincials will be awarded.

*In the event that one or more of the entries are not claimed (Team Quebec, regional qualifiers, etc.) an additional spot will be added to the provincial circuit ($1/point).

**If a team qualifies both by CTRS points and by the Quebec circuit points, the team must take the CTRS spot.

Click here for more information about the regional qualification tournaments

Championship Format

Preliminary Round: Modified triple knockout

Playoffs: Page playoff with 4 teams :

  • Page 1 vs 2 = Winners of sections A & B
  • Page 3 vs 4 = Winners of section C


Registration Deadline: December 1st, 2023
2 regional qualification events: October 13th-15th, 2023
2 regional qualification events: November 3rd-5th, 2023
2 regional qualification events: December 1st-3rd, 2023
Tankard Qualifier (Last chance):
December 14th-18th, 2023
Provincial Championship:
January 21th-28th, 2024
National Championship:
March 1st – 10th, 2024

Draw and Rules

Registration Fees

$300 per team
+ $25 per player – Curling Canada competitor fees

Registration period will begin on September 1st, 2023

Register now!

Free Agents & Birthright Status

Each team is allowed to register with one player who lives outside of Quebec. Teams may also be formed with players who were born in Quebec, but who no longer live within the province. In order to do so, the free agent must submit the following form 30 days before the registration deadline:

Residency policy

Free agent form

Host Club

Celanese curling club

Host Site

Centre Marcel-Dionne


Félix Asselin, Martin Crête, Émile Asselin, Jean-François Trépanier