Please see below the details concerning the practice of indoor sports following recent government announcements.
Red and orange zones: activities carried out without contact, individually, in dyads or with the occupants of the same private residence are permitted according to a limited capacity. Courses or training done individually or with the occupants of the same household are allowed. In addition, courses or group training are allowed in orange zones, for a maximum of 8 people, to which may be added a person responsible for supervision.
Yellow zones: in addition to what is allowed within orange zones, activities performed by occupants that may come from two private residences or in groups of up to 12 people are permitted, plus one person responsible for supervision. Competitive situations during training are permitted.
Owners and managers of sports facilities must determine (and indicate for indoor venues) the maximum capacity of users permitted at the same time in their facilities. Capacity must be limited to allow for distancing at all times and in all locations and must aim to minimize the possibility of contact between users.
For curling clubs that are still open, we recommend that they contact their regional public health office with any requests for information (capacity, etc.).
Click on the images below to view the matrix in more detail (French only).