Hello everyone. Here are is your weekly news:
1-) Brain concussion protocol: After many discussions over the last few months, Curling Canada has publlished a detailed protocole concerning safety on ice and brain concussions on their website. Here are the main topics:
. about safety
. emergency action plan
. steps to follow when an injury occurs
. about concussions
. Curling Canada’s concussion guidelines and return to play policy
The protocol is only available in English for the moment but we’ve already asked for the French version. As soon as we get it, we’ll let you know. You will find the protocol at the following link http://www.curling.ca/about-the-sport-of-curling/business-of-curling/safety-first/
2-) Rule Books available: We received our English Rule Book from Curling Canada. Some of you were waiting for that. They are now available. If you wish to order one or several copies please contact us firstname.lastname@example.org
3-) Changes to the WFG Tankard qualification process: Please note that there will be some changes to the qualification process for the 2018 WFG Tankard, which will come into effect as of December 5th, 2016. For more information : http://curling-quebec.qc.ca/2016/12/02/changement-au-processus-de-qualification-tankard-wfg/
4-) A new point system for seniors: The senior men’s provincial circuit will have a new point system as of January 1st, 2017. Find all of the details here: http://curling-quebec.qc.ca/2016/12/02/37907/
5-) Mixed Doubles registration deadline : The registration deadline for Mixed Doubles is January 16th. For more info visit the mixed doubles page on our website: http://curling-quebec.qc.ca/championships/elite-series/mixed-doubles-provincial-championship/?lang=en
6-) Curling articles for sale: The Canadian Armed Forces has many curling articles to sell via their new website www.EncanFNP.ca. EncanFNP.ca is a website designed to report surplus inventory of non-public property belonging to the Second Division of Canada for possible auctioning. You will find on this site the list of the non-public properties (NPP) put on sale. This sale will take place through a silent auction. A silent auction is an auction where the offer made by potential buyers is secret. In the present list you will find many curling articles and all are new and in their original box. More sales will come after the Holidays. If you have any question, contact Cpl Mathieu Sansoucy M.D, NPF inv Supervisor, Operations Service Canadian armed forces email@example.com / Tel.: (418) 844-5000(6635) / CSN : 666-6635 / cell.: (418) 717-4570 Facsimile: (418) 844-7224
7-) ParticipACTION 150 Play List: To celebrate Canada’s 150th birthday, ParticipACTION is creating the Play List – the ultimate list of all the physical activities that make us Canadian. It is the last week to vote for our sport to be part of the 150 Play List. You have until December 9 to vote!. To vote click this link https://www.participaction.com/en-ca/programs/participaction-150-play-list. Winning sports and activities will be honored and publicised in 2017, Canada’s 150 th anniversary.
8 -) Invitation: The provincial colts circuit will be holding an event at Victoria Curling Club from March 3 to 5, 2017 for players with less than 5 years of experience. Register now, everyone is welcome.
9-) Invitation: Jacques-Cartier Curling Club invites you to their Carnival Bonspiel from February 2 to 5.
10-) Invitation: The Invitational Jean-Guy-Blanchard Open invites you to participate in their event from February 19 to 26 at the Sherbrooke Curling Club.
Have a nice weekend 🙂