THE RESUMPTION OF CURLING IN SASKATCHEWAN WILL BE AN IMPORTANT PART OF RETURNING TO A DEGREE OF NORMALCY DURING THE PANDEMIC. AS A HEALTHY, COMMUNITY-BUILDING ACTIVITY, CURLING CAN HAVE A POSITIVE IMPACT ON THE MINDS, BODIES AND SPIRITS OF SASKATCHEWAN RESIDENTS. IN TIME, SPORT WILL CONTRIBUTE TO REBUILDING THE ECONOMY AS WELL.

CURLSASK Return to Play Guidelines

CURLSASK has worked to ensure our Saskatchewan Curling Clubs and athletes can safely return to the ice! Please click below to view the newest version for 2021-2022.

CLICK HERE TO READ ~ September 20, 2021

Curling Canada Return to Play Guidelines

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Version: September 2021

While these guidelines are national by nature, you and your club must follow the authority of relevant agencies in your community / municipality / province / territory to customize your own plan. Further, these best practices may be expanded or changed based on evolving guidance from your governing authorities. Use this document as a guide to develop your own program for start-up this Fall.

CLICK HERE TO READ

Saskatchewan Health

PHO - Sept 30, 2021
PHO - Oct 15, 2021

Effective October 15, 2021

Please click here for the  Public Health Order. This will change regularly so be sure to check the saskatchewan.ca website for the most up to date resources.

Saskatchewan.ca

 

Vaccine Verification

To support Saskatchewan’s mandatory proof of vaccination requirements, businesses or organizations may now choose to download and use a free app that will read QR codes presented by customers – SK Vax Verifier. This app can scan the QR code on citizens’ COVID-19 vaccination certificates and determine if a person is fully vaccinated or not.

The SK Vax Verifier app is available in both the Apple and Google Play app stores.

To learn more; please view the following videos:

For Individuals – SK Vax Wallet App –   https://youtu.be/TzvFj5-A8oI
For Business – SK Vax Verifier App – https://youtu.be/TczFwfI-J5Y
Getting Scanned – Interaction – https://youtu.be/tgtIDosERMQ

Additional Information and Resources

 

Town Hall #2 – September 28, 2021

  • Try-Learn- Play- Compete
  • CURLSASK Member Benefits
  • Club Survey Results
  • Return to Play Follow-Up

 

 

Town Hall #1 – September 15, 2021

-MAP, Curling Club Survey, Return To Curling

CLICK TO VIEW – Town Hall #1 Recording

CLICK TO VIEW – Town Hall #1 Presentation

 

Town Hall #1 – July 22nd

-COVID-19 -Return to Play Plan -Updates from Curling Canada/CURLSASK -Discussion & Q/A

CLICK TO VIEW – Town Hall #1 Recording

 

Town Hall #2 – August 18th

-Hear Local Clubs Plans -PPE -Update from CURLSASK -Discussion & Q/A

CLICK TO VIEW – Town Hall #2 Recording

 

Town Hall #3 – September 3rd

– Return to Curl Town Hall

CLICK TO VIEW – Town Hall #3 Recording

 

Town Hall #4 – Wednesday, September 30th at 7:00pm

– Competitive Curling Town Hall

CLICK TO VIEW – Town Hall #4 Recording

 

Town Hall #5 – Tuesday, October 6th at 6:00pm

– Competitive Curling Town Hall #2

CLICK TO VIEW – Town Hall #5 Recording

Update – October 6, 2020

 

Town Hall #6 – Tuesday, October 27th at 6:00pm

– Competitive Curling Town Hall #3

CLICK TO VIEW – Town Hall #6 Recording

 

Town Hall #9 – Thursday, December 10 at 7:00pm

– Curling Club Town Hall #5

CLICK TO VIEW – Town Hall #9 Recording

 

Town Hall #9 – Wednesday January 13, at 7:00 pm

– Curling Club Town Hall #6

CLICK TO VIEW – Town Hall #10 Recording

 

Town Hall #11 – Thursday January 21 at 7:00 pm

Curling Club Town Hall #7

CLICK TO VIEW – Town Hall #11 Recording

 

Town Hall #12 – Thursday, March 5, 2021

Youth Town Hall

CLICK TO VIEW – Youth Town Hall Recording