There are qualifying standards for the classique as for any provincial competition. As the season progresses the standards become higher...
I'll give you an example with the 85kg class...
Provincials (october 25th): 230kg
Quebec Qualification (december 20th): 235kg
Classique (march 28th): 243kg
Nationals (may 16-17th): 245kg
I will likely have one girl in the 53kg, two in the 58kg, two or three (one could make the Regionals) in the 63kg. What "helps" is that this year they have a "super regionals" and only 20 people from the Canada East region will qualify for the "Regionals".
The national standards for my girls are:
53kg: 130kg (with her training lifts that she hits 9/10 she would be 139kg and that is after a WOD and always in a fatigued state... lousy conditions)
58kg: 140kg (same as above, one is at 156 and the other one is at 145kg)
63kg: 145kg (same as above, the best one would be at 189kg but she will like get to regionals, another one is at 165kg and is a possible longshot for Regionals, the third one is currently at 155kg)
We still have a few months and we are in an intensification phase, so I would expect numbers of about 3-5kg more in the total especially in a rested state, but there is still the matter of doing the lifts on the platform.
I have a 85kg guy who already qualified, one who could qualify... he would need 245kg, right now he does 240kg), another 85kg who can make the lifts if he stays healthy (he lifts like an elite chinese lifter) but he always pulls something.
A third one was a total beast in the 105kg class, big snatch at 130kg, but can seems to keep his knees healthy and he will likely do the regionals in team.
I don't have many videos. I'm old school and when I coach I get in the zone and rarely think about filming.