2023 Everest Senior Championships
February 2 - February 5
2023 Dates and Locations
Provincial – Truro Curling Club, NS ~ February 2-5, 2023
All teams who register will qualify directly to the Provincial Championships. The winning team needs to be prepared to travel to Canadians in 2023.
Practice and Schedule Info
NSC will make every attempt to release the draw schedule roughly two weeks prior to the event. Teams competing in the event should make the appropriate travel & lodging arrangements to ensure they can be at the venue by 8 am on day the event is scheduled to start in case they have the first pre-event practice or first draw of the event. Events leading to a Canadian Championship and requiring a pre-event practice, this schedule will be released with the completed draw. In the event there is a larger than expected number of teams and the pre-event practices and/or draw cannot be completed in the time allotted for the event, then the schedule will be extended the necessary day(s) and practices/draw one will commence on the first scheduled day of the event. Information on pre-event and in event practices can be found here closer to the event.
This event is governed by NSC’s Competition Rules and Curling Canada’s Rules for Officiated Play. In the event there is conflicting information provided, the NSC Competitions Director will make the final decision on which rule(s) will be used.
NSC’s Senior Competition Rules can be viewed online here.
Coaches must be Competition Coach Certified.
Fifty (50) years of age or older on June 30th in the year of the Canadian Senior Championships.
All information and registration for this event can be found on the Curling I/O page.
Teams that have registered for the event will be listed in the team section of the event. Complete lineups for teams will only be displayed if each player on the team has a valid Curling I/O profile. All players in Nova Scotia are encouraged to create one.
Deadline to register: January 2, 2023
Senior Men CLICK HERE to register.
Senior Women CLICK HERE to register.
If there are less than 8 teams registered for any event at the deadline, NSCA reserves the right to cancel the event. All entry fees will be returned.
NS Curling will follow the Public Health Guidelines and if we are unable to host competition, entry fees will be returned to the person who paid the entry. If a provincial winner is declared and the Canadian is not held in 2022, neither provincial uniforms or team assistance will be issued to the winning team. Further information will be available here once confirmation is received by Curling Canada – please check back.
The Competition Director reserves the right to change the Event format if less than 6 teams are registered.
Questions about the 2023 Senior Provincials? Please contact: