We would like to begin by thanking the players who generously contributed to the various Competition Committee meetings, and made specific recommendations to our board of directors. As was previously announced, our first priority is still to present some type of provincial championship, however we are aware that the likeliness of that being a possibility is very slim. Out of respect for all of our competitors and to avoid any exclusions or favouritism, a provincial championship will only be held if every region in the province is in either a green zone or a yellow zone as established by the Quebec government at upcoming announcement in January.

Unfortunately, we have had to cancel our original Scotties and Tankard events which were scheduled to be played in Laval from January 24-31, 2021. There is a lot of organization and behind the scenes work which need to be done ahead of an event as large as that one, and the uncertainty of the current situation has made it too difficult to continue with that original plan. We would like to sincerely thank the organizing committee as well as the city of Laval who invested several hours of work into the planning of the championship, and we hope that we’ll get the opportunity to work with them again in the near future. In the meantime, we are still keeping January 28-31, 2021 on hold as a potential timeslot for a modified provincial championship in a club if the situation in Quebec significantly improves in the new year.

Plan A

  • To host a modified provincial championship in a curling club from January 28-31, 2021

Plan B

  • The CQ board of directors will seed the teams from strongest to weakest. The top three (3) teams (as ranked by CQ) in each category will be submitted to Curling Canada, where a specialized committee will then select the two representatives (Scotties and Brier).


In order for a team to be eligible they must:

  • Read the details published by Curling Canada concerning the bubble around the national championship, and agree to all of their conditions (contact Alanna if you did not receive CC’s protocols)
  • Be available for the entirety of the Canadian championship, including the pre-competition isolation period
  • Be available to participate in a provincial championship from January 28-31, 2021
  • Complete the registration form and team resumé by January 8th at 11:59PM
  • Pay the individual player affiliation fees to CQ and CC (non-refundable $50 per player).


Registration Deadline: January 8, 2021
Provincial Championship: January 28-31, 2021 (if possible)
Women’s National Championship:
Men’s National Championship: TBD


  • $25/player – CQ individual affiliation fees
  • $25/player – Curling Canada competitor fees
  • Upon registration, teams will be required to complete a curling resumé
Register now!

Free agents and birthright status

Each team is allowed to register with a maximum of one free agent who lives outside of Quebec. Teams may also be formed with players who were born in Quebec, but who no longer live within the province. There is no limit to the number of players per team who can use the birthright status. In order to register with a non-Quebec resident, teams must complete the following form and submit it to CQ at least 2 weeks before the registration deadline.

Residency policy

Free agent form

Note: We all know this season is far from “normal” and if there is one thing that the last few months have taught us is that what is true one day is not necessarily true the next day! The situation is extremely complex for our players and competitive players and rest assured that we understand and share their frustrations and disappointments. We remain on the lookout for any changes that could be announced by Curling Canada and/or government authorities in relation to the evolution of the pandemic and we will communicate any relevant information to you quickly and promptly.