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.
Release date: August 27, 2020
CURLSASK has worked to ensure our Saskatchewan Curling Clubs and athletes can safely return to the ice! We have combined a number of resources to ensure the guidelines of Curling Canada and Saskatchewan Health Authority have been met. As the guidelines change frequently, it is important to stay up to date. We will do our best to assist you in this process to the best of our ability.
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.
Additional Information and Resources
Town Hall #1 – July 22nd
-COVID-19 -Return to Play Plan -Updates from Curling Canada/CURLSASK -Discussion & Q/A
Town Hall #2 – August 18th
-Hear Local Clubs Plans -PPE -Update from CURLSASK -Discussion & Q/A
Town Hall #3 – September 3rd
– Return to Curl Town Hall
Town Hall #4 – Wednesday, September 30th at 7:00pm
– Competitive Curling Town Hall