Option 1 – 8 teams or more
- Modified triple knock-out
- 2 teams will qualify from the A, 2 teams from the B, and 1 team from the C
- Playoffs: 5 teams
Option 2 – 7 teams or less
- Round robin
- Playoffs: Page-3 format
$240 per team
+ 25$ per player – Curling Canada competitor fees
Registration period will begin on September 1, 2022
Registration deadline: December 12, 2022
Provincial championship: January 25-29, 2023
National championship: March 25 – April 2nd, 2023
- All teams wishing to participate in the provincial championship must play in a minimum of three (3) recognized events, including one junior tournament (junior tournaments, juvenile circuit, adult provincial circuit, etc.) before January 31st, 2023.
- Note: U-18 teams that have qualified for the U-18 Provincial Championship advance to the U-21 Provincial Championship. We encourage U-18 teams to play in a U-21 tournament, but it is not mandatory.
- First U-21 tournament – November 18-20, 2022 in Quebec City
- Second U-21 tournament – December 16-18, 2022 in Laval
- Click here to register. The registration fee for each U-21 tournament will be $200.
*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.