Juvenile (11-16) Zone Playdowns - 8 zones across British Columbia each zone has a playdown and the winner represents their zone at provincials. (you may only compete in your zone)
Provincials/ BC Winter Games - Provincials at the Juvenile level have 8 girls team that are split into two pools of four. The top two teams in each pool advace to the playoffs. Pool A team #1 plays pool B #2 and pool B #1 plays pool A #2 and the winners play in the gold medal final while the losers play in the bronze medal game. The gold medal team is invited to international play as team BC.
Optimist U-18 International Championship - The U-18's is split into two pools of six. The pools playoff to determine playoff placing. In the playoffs pool A #1 plays pool B #2 and pool B #1 plays pool A #2. The winners play in the final for gold and the other ten teams playoff to determine rankings.
Junior (11-21) Zone Playdowns - There are four playdown events across British Columbia, the number of berths to the provincials per event is determined by how many teams enter. There are 8 provincial spots (you may only compete in your zone). Provincials - Provincials at the Junior level have 8 teams and the teams play round robin format. After round robin the team in first place advances to the final and the teams in second and third place play a semi final to see who will face the first place team. The winner is team BC. Nationals - At the Junior national level teams are divided into two pools of seven. The pools have round robin play and at the end of pool round robin the top four teams from each pool advance to a championship pool. The other three teams from each pool go to a seeding pool and playoff for ranking of 9th through 14th. In the championship pool your team would play the four teams from the other pool. The win/loss record after that sends first place directly to the finals and second and third place playoff to determine the other spot in the finals. The winner of the event becomes team Canada. Worlds - The world Juniors are played in round robin format and the top four teams after round robin advance to a page playoff system.
Womens (19+) Playdowns - There are three playdown events in British Columbia. Each event has a determined number of berths to the provincials and a total of 7 teams move on. You may play in as many playdown events as you want. In the provincials there are ten teams, the previous years winner is automatically included and two teams advance based on points. Teams get points by competing in women's curling events around the province. Provincials - The Provincials are now going to be played in a triple knock out format with the last four teams advancing to the playoffs. The page playoff format is used. Scotties Tournament of Hearts (Nationals) - The previous years winner is automatically included as team Canada in the event. Round robin format with the top four teams advancing to the playoffs. The page playoff format is used. Worlds - Round Robin Format is used with the top four teams advancing to the playoffs. The page playoff format is used.