Teams

Open registration

Championship Format

Option 1 – 8 teams or more

  • Triple knock-out
  • 1 team will qualify from the A, 1 team from the B, and 2 teams from the C
  • Playoffs: Top 4 teams (Q1 vs Q4, Q2 vs Q3)

Option 2 – 7 teams or less

  • Round robin
  • Playoffs: Page-3 format

Registration Fees

$240 per team
+ 25$ per player – Curling Canada competitor fees

Registration period will begin on September 1, 2021

Register now!

Timeline

Registration deadline: December 15, 2021

Provincial championship: March 3-6, 2022

National championship: March 25 – April 1, 2022

Host Site

Kénogami

Qualification

  • All teams wishing to participate in the provincial championship must play in a minimum of three (3) recognized events (junior tournaments, juvenile circuit, adult provincial circuit, etc.) before January 31st, 2022. All events must be validated by the director of competitions.

*Due to the current situation, Curling Quebec exceptionally reserves the right this year to modify or adapt the qualification process and/or the participation requirements (mandatory tournaments) in order to promote participation in the championship.

Rules and draw

Note to all coaches

All coaches must complete a criminal background check before the start of their first tournament. Please visit this page for more information.

Change in junior eligiblity

Curling Canada has announced a change in the eligibility requirements for the Canadian junior championships. These changes are effective as of 2021. There will be a four-year transition period as described in this summary of the changes.

2022 Women's Champions

Team Cheal – Lauren Cheal, Alexia Perron, Jessie Sutherland, Leah Andrews, Annkatrin Perron, Jeff Cheal (coach)

2022 Men's Champions

Team Audibert – Dimitri Audibert, James Trahan, Simon Laroche, Raphaël Tremblay, Édouard Guévrement, Marie-Josée Billo (coach)