National/Regional rules

Rules as published by various national/regional organizations.

RegionLast UpdatedLinkDescribes different phases?Recommends masks on ice?Max Sweepers4 person curling?Spectators?Wheelchair guidelines?Comment
Canada - NationalJuly 6, 2020LinkNoNo1YesNo
New ZealandJuly 1, 2020LinkNoNo2YesYesNoSince NZ is virtually covid free, makes sense that there are no restrictions on curling.
USAJuly 23, 2020LinkNoYes1YesNo
ScotlandJuly 31, 2020LinkYes?1YesYesYes
Canada - BCJuly 7, 2020LinkYesNoDepends on phase.Depends on phase.Depends on phase.NoVery well written documents, with details on many areas outside of just the actual curling.
Canada - AlbertaAugust 12, 2020LinkNoNo1YesYesNoCombines a copy of national guidelines with many reference to AB provincial rules.
Canada - SaskatchewanAug 27, 2020LinkNoNo1YesSome
Canada - ManitobaJuly 30, 2020Guidelines & FAQNoNo1YesYesNoMain guidelines are largely a copy of the National rules. Details for Manitoba are in the FAQ
Canada - OntarioAugust 3rd, 2020Guidelines & FAQNoYes1YesNoMain guidelines are largely a copy of the National rules. Details for Ontario are in the FAQ
Canada - QuebecJuly 17, 2020LinkNoNo1YesNoMain guidelines are largely a copy of the National rules. Details for Quebec are in the FAQ
Canada - New BrunswickNothing published as at August 4
Canada - PEIJuly 30, 2020LinkFollows national guidelines, plus discussion of 50 person maximum. PEI Chief of Public Health has declared curling "Low Contact"
Canada - NewfoundlandNothing published as at August 4
Canada - Nova ScotiaJuly 27, 2020LinkYesYesDepends on phase.YesNoNovel approach: Starts at phase 3, with options to drop to phase 2 with "courtesy lanes" if required by the province.
Canada - NWTJuly 6, 2020LinkNoNo1YesNoCopy of the national guidelines. Indication on website that they are waiting on the territorial government for approval.
Canada - YukonNothing published as at August 4
Canada - NunavutNothing published as at August 4