For the 2022-2023 season only the Novice Pair assessment requirements will be as follows: At least one partner must have passed the STAR 10 Program (or equivalent) Freeskate Assessment or higher. The other partner must have passed the complete STAR 5 (or equivalent) Freeskate Assessment or higher. Skate Canada will be undergoing a thorough review […]
The rules that govern Skate Canada Qualifying Competitions are part of the Competitions Rule (section 2 and sections 5 through 13). These rules will be revised for the new season to support the new competition calendar. The following is a summary of the drafted updates that will be published at the end of June. Summary […]
As part of the process of aligning the synchronized skating discipline with Skate Canada’s new LTD all categories and ages have undergone a review. Based on the review and recommendations from the Technical Coordinating Committee, Program Development Committee and the Sport Committees’ Synchro Working Group, the following are the categories and age requirements for the […]
This a summary of the changes to the Podium Pathway Singles, Pairs and Ice Dance Program Requirements for the 2022-2023 season. This is not a comprehensive summary of all changes. Please refer to the recently posted Quick Reference Guides and upcoming Program Requirements Guides for all changes. These changes aim to continue supporting the benchmarks included […]
The event announcement regarding the 2022 Canadian Tire National Skating Championships Novice Division is now available at the link below.
ISU Additional Questions & Answers #2 is now available. Note that the Skate Canada Scoring software has not been updated to incorporate the “!” for Features and Additional Features not executed at the same time due to a choreographic error. For the 2021-2022 season, in the case where the reduction by judges is to be […]
Skate Canada Service Centre will be closed starting at 4:30 pm (ET) on Thursday, December 23 and will reopen for regular business at 8:00 am (ET) on Tuesday, January 4, 2022. Skate Canada would like to wish everyone a safe and happy holiday season.
The following is a brief description and the updated projected timeline of availability for the Provincial Coach pathway components: Descriptions: Pre-Course Modules: The pre-course modules will consist of technical content in the form of videos from established coaches on identified elements within the Train-to-Train stage of development. Candidates will work through the videos and record […]
Skate Canada is hosting an event for skaters of all abilities, including our para athletes. Join us in Toronto, March 2022 for two fun-filled days of workshops and an event/competition. Save the date: March 16-18, 2022 Location: Canlan Arena (York University) Click here for further information:
Skate Canada will be hosting a fun filled day or our adult skating community. Join us for a day of workshops and discussions. Save the date: Friday, March 18, 2022 Location: Bob MacQuarrie Recreation Complex, 1490 Youville Dr, Orléans, ON K1C 2X8 Click here for further information: Registration link