Qualification

Eligibility age for 2020-21 season: Participants must be fifty (50) years of age or older on June 30th in the year of the Canadian Senior Championships. Therefore, players wanting to compete in the 2021 Seniors (March) as example, must be born on or before June 30th, 1971.

Sixteen (16) teams can participate in the senior men’s provincial curling championship. The winning team will represent Quebec at the Canadian championship. Teams are qualified as follows:

1. Winner of the Provincial Circuit Final

2. Host club*

3. #1 points – Qualification process

4. #2 points – Qualification process

5. Côte-Nord

6. Est-du- Québec

7. Estrie

8. Mauricie

9. Montréal 1

10. Montréal 2

11. Montréal 3

12. Nord-Ouest

13. Outaouais

14. Québec

15. Saguenay/Lac St-Jean

16. Sud-Ouest

*All team members must be members of the host club and must play there regularly.

In the event that one or more of the spots are left vacant (either a regional spot or the host club spot), the vacant spots will be offered to the region with the highest registrations by pro rata. In the event of a tie between to regions, the decision will be made by random selection.

Championship Format

The sixteen (16) participating teams will be divided into two pools of eight (8). An intra-section round-robin is played and the two (2) highest ranked teams from each section will advance to the playoff round.

Timeline

Registration deadline: December 1, 2020

Regional deadline: January 24, 2021

Provincial championship: February 6-12, 2021

Canadian championship: December 6-11, 2021

Registration Fees

$240 per team
+ $25 per player – Curling Canada competitor fees
+ Exceptionally this year, all team members (5th player included) must pay $20 towards a special reserve fund to financially assist the host clubs of all provincial championships for the 2020-21 season. The entire amount collected will then be divided up among the host clubs according to the length of the championship (total number of days).

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Host Club

Town of Mount Royal Curling Club

2020 Champions

François Roberge, Serge Reid, Maxime Elmaleh, Daniel Bedard