|Number of teams||8–10|
|Current champions|| Royal-Sélect de Beauport|
|Most successful club(s)|| Edmonton Angels|
Teams are selected by their provincial soccer associations; most often qualifying by winning provincial leagues or cup championships such as the Ontario Cup.
|British Columbia||BC Soccer Women's Provincial Championships|
|Alberta||Alberta Soccer Provincial Championships|
|Saskatchewan||Saskatchewan Open Cup|
|Manitoba||Manitoba Provincial Championships|
|Quebec||Coupe du Quebec|
|Nova Scotia||Nova Scotia Soccer League|
|Newfoundland and Labrador||Newfoundland and Labrador Jubilee Trophy|
The tournament is divided into two stages; a group stage and a classification stage. In the group stage, the eight teams are divided into two groups of four teams, which then play a single-game round robin format.
At the end of the stage, each team advances to the classification round and plays against the team from the other group with the corresponding ranking to determine overall standings for the tournament.
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