Ten (10) teams can participate in the Women’s Provincial Curling Championship. The winning team will represent Quebec at the Scotties Canadian championship. Teams are qualified as follows:

1. Winner of the Provincial Circuit final6. #5 Points – Qualification process
2. #1 Points – Qualification process7. Zone – A section qualifier**
3. #2 Points – Qualification process8. Zone – B section qualifier**
4. #3 Points – Qualification process9. Zone – C section qualifier**
5. #4 Points – Qualification process 10. Zone – C section qualifier**
**Only if necessary. The competition format and host club will be determined according to the number of teams registered and their origin. Since the registration deadline is December 1st, teams will be informed by December 10th at the latest.

Championship Format

Ten (10) team round robin followed by a four (4) team page playoff elimination round. Curling Quebec reserves the right to modify the championship format if the maximum number of teams is not obtained.


Registration deadline: TBD

Regional deadline: TBD

Provincial Championship: January 24-31, 2021

Canadian Championship: February 19-28, 2021

Draw and rules

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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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


Host Site

Aréna Hartland-Monahan de Laval

2020 Champions

Noémie Verreault, Alanna Routledge, Marie-Pier Côté, Jill Routledge, Joëlle St-Hilaire, Michel Blais (ent.)