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Our Programming

Find out more about our programs by visiting the links below


Pre-Canskate/CanSkate

CanSkate offers the best curriculum in Canada. This flagship learn-to-skate program has taught millions of Canadians to reach their recreational and competitive goals on the ice.

The CanSkate program is geared to beginners of all ages, newcomers to Canada and athletes with a disability (AWAD). Whether you are looking to improve basic skating skills for figure skating, hockey, ringette or speed skating, or  wish to skate for recreation, fitness or fun, CanSkate will get you there.

Pre-CanSkate
 

IntroSTAR

The purpose of this session is to ease the transition from CanSkate into STARSkate.  Skaters will be introduced to skating skills, free skate, dance, artistic skating and synchronized skating in a progressive and sequential manner.  As skaters master skills in each area, they will have the opportunity to complete assessments and/or enter events. Skaters will be taught in small groups by Skate Canada professional coaches in a fun and positive environment. 

IntroSTAR

STARSkate/
Podium Pathway

The Skate Canada STARSkate Program offers skaters an opportunity to take assessments in skills, free skating, ice dancing, artistic, and synchronized skating.

The Skate Canada Competitive Program provides opportunities for skaters to participate in competitions from the regional to the national/international level. 

STARskate/Podium Pathway

Synchronized Skating

Synchronized skating is ideal for skaters interested in a team activity.  The focus of synchronized skating include shapes/formations, speed development and maintaining spacing while skating as a team.  There are recreational and competitive opportunities for skaters who master the fundamental skills of synchro skating from youth through adult.

Synchro

2023/2024 Schedule


Pre-CanSkate Dates with No Sessions

*Sessions resume January 6th, 2024 ending March 24th, 2024*

Saturday Sunday
January 20 January 21
February 10 February 11
February 17 February 18

 

CanSkate Dates with No Sessions
*Sessions resume January 6th, 2024*

*Tuesday sessions end March 5th, 2024*
*Saturday & Sunday sessions end March 24, 2024*

Tuesday Saturday Sunday
  January 20 January 21
  February 10 February 11
  February 17 February 18

IntroSTAR Schedule Change Dates
*Sessions resume January 4th, 2024 ending March 23rd, 2024*

Thursday Saturday
February 8 February 10
  February 17

 

STARSkate/Podium Pathway Session Cancellation & Schedule Change Dates
*Sessions resume January 2nd, 2024 ending March 28th, 2024*

Junior Intermediate Senior Pairs/Dance
    Jan. 20 Jan. 20
  Jan. 21 Jan. 21  
  Feb. 8 Feb. 8  
  Feb. 9 AM (PM**) Feb. 9 AM (PM**)  
Feb. 10 Feb. 10 Feb. 10 Feb. 10
  Feb. 11 Feb. 11  
Feb. 12:
3-4 PM at G2 ONLY for skaters attending Provincials
Weekend 2
Feb. 12:
3-4 PM at G2 ONLY for skaters attending Provincials
Weekend 2
Feb. 12  
Feb. 16** Feb. 16 (PM Only)** Feb. 16 (PM Only)**  
Feb. 17 Feb. 17

Feb. 17
(Running
11 - 12:50 PM in G1)

 Feb. 17
(Running
8 - 9:20 AM in G1)
Feb. 18 Feb. 18
(Running Feb. 17
11 - 12:50 PM in G1)
Feb. 18
(Running Feb. 17
11 - 12:50 PM in G1)
 

Dates noted with ** are cancellations to be confirmed.
Synchro teams should consult their managers/coaches for cancellation dates.

 

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