The reopening of sports in Québec has accelerated rapidly over recent weeks; as you know, indoor sports facilities and curling clubs are open since June 22.
Over the past several weeks, Curling Canada, alongside all provincial curling federations, has been working on developing a return-to-play protocol that should be available next Monday. Our priority is to have the document validated and approved by the Ministry’s team of experts to ensure that the guidelines comply with existing regulations and recommendations in place here in Québec. We are currently waiting for the final translated document from Curling Canada; the approval process with the Ministry will take an additional few days.
Please note, therefore, that the return-to-play guidelines will be available and distributed to all our members as quickly as possible, and with all probability, a few days after other provinces. We apologize for the lack of clarity concerning the release timeline: please understand that we are not in control of all variables at the moment.
We are working on organizing several online town hall meetings (via Zoom) that will be open and accessible to all our members. During these virtual conferences, Curling Québec team members will be available to answer your questions and to discuss possible solutions for the reopening of your curling clubs. We will share all registration details for the virtual town hall meetings along with the return-to-play guidelines.