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: Page-4 format
Option 2 – 7 teams or less
- Round robin
- Playoffs: Page-3 format
$240 per team (including a $40 donation to Placements Sports)
$48 per player – Curling Canada competitor fees
Registration deadline: October 26, 2019
Provincial championship: January 3-8, 2020
National championship: January 18-26, 2020
Rivière-du-Loup Curling Club
- All teams wishing to participate in the provincial championship must play in the mandatory* junior tournament. The tournament will take place in Quebec City (Victoria and Etchemin curling clubs) from November 8th to 10th, 2019. Only teams who have officially registered for the provincial championship will be allowed to participate in this event.
- Registered teams must also play in a minimum of two other recognized events (juvenile circuit, adult provincial circuit, etc.) by December 1st. All events must be validated by the director of competitions.
*Curling Québec could make an exception for a team in the event that there is a major scheduling conflict with another curling event. Example: Invitation to participate at a major (high caliber) tournament (such as a Junior Slam) at the national level, etc.
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.