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CanSkate/PreCanskate 2019-20 Schedule 

Full Year: Oct..2- Mar.28

Fall Session: Oct.2 -Dec.21

Winter Session: Jan.8 - Mar.28

Spring Session: April -May TBA


  • Wednesdays 6:05-6:50pm
  • Fridays 6:05-6:50 pm
  • Saturdays 9:35-10:20am

Cancelled Lessons:

NO Skating Lessons: Holidays

  • Thanksgiving Monday:( Oct.14 )
  • Christmas Break  ( Dec.23- Jan.5 )
  • Family Day  ( Feb.17 )
  • March Break   (Mar.16-21.)
  • Easter Friday, Monday-Spring Session

Lesson Cancellations due to Hockey & Ringette Tournaments:

Friday Nov.8, 29

Saturday Nov.9,30

Program Schedules

Program Wednesday Friday Saturday

CanSkate & PreCanSkate

6:05-6:50 pm 6:05-6:50 pm 9:35-10:20 am
PrePowerSkate (Pre-Jr Power level)   6:05-6:50  pm  
Powerskate Class (Jr, Int, Sr levels)  

 not available

this year



Please contact our Registrar  with any registration questions or attendance problems at:


Canskate/PreCanskate Program Fees 2018-19

Fees vary due to # lessons available on the different days.
Full Year:    (21-23 weeks)
1 time per week - $345-$380
2 times per week - 2nd lesson half price
Fall Session (10-12 weeks)
1 time per week - $180- $215
2 times per week - 2nd lesson half price
Winter Session:   (11 weeks)
1 time per week - $200
2 times per week - 2nd lesson half price


Payment Options:

Pay directly online with  a credit card....American Express, MasterCard or Visa

Pay by cheque(s) or cash in person at first lesson, by e-transfer at club email ( by mail after completing your on-line registration.

Monthly payment plan is an option with credit card or postdated cheques.

Payment in full is required if using E-Transfer or cash.            

Additional Fees 

Skate Canada membership fee of $44.00 (non-refundable) 
Skate Canada Safe Sport Fee: $3.00 is included in above $44 fee above 

Membership year - September 1 - August 31

When you sign up for a skating program at a Skate Canada member-club you automatically become a member of the national organization.

There are many advantages that go with a Skate Canada membership such as accident insurance, access to Skate Canada programs and materials, the opportunity to participate in interclub and invitational competitions and special member prices on merchandise from the on-line store