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Terminology Change

As Skate Canada works to improve equity, diversity and inclusion in our sport, we have begun to identify items that need corrective action. We will be changing our terminology for the steps currently identified as a Mohawk and Choctaw for all domestic applications. This revision works toward...


Skate Canada 2020-21 Skating Season Update

Posted in Covid-19

Skate Canada continues to monitor the global pandemic and the shifting requirements across the country. The health and safety of the athletes, coaches, officials, and spectators remain our outmost priority. With that, Skate Canada has made the decision to move two key events back this season....


Cancelled: 2021 Skate Canada Synchronized Skating Championships

Posted in Covid-19

The COVID-19 pandemic has continued to deliver uncertainty surrounding skating events and activities around the country.  As a direct result, Skate Canada has made the difficult decision to cancel the 2021 Skate Canada Synchronized Skating Championships which was scheduled to take place at...


2021 Skate Canada Challenge format change

Skate Canada has closely monitored the municipal, provincial and federal health authorities position on the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic and is committed to the health and safety of the athletes, coaches, officials, volunteers and spectators. With the growing uncertainty surrounding the...


Emails

It has come to our attention that over the past several days some of the emails sent from the Skate Canada - Saskatchewan Office is going to the spam/junk folder.  At times our emails are undeliveried to hotmail, yahoo or outlook accounts.  We are working on the...


Return to Skating Guidelines Update

Posted in Covid-19 / Return to Skating

The Return to Skating Guidelines have been updated and posted under...


Return to Skating Update

Posted in Covid-19 / Return to Skating

Updated Return to Skating Guidelines have been emailed to all clubs and registered coaches. We would like to draw your attention to the following revisions: Skaters, coaches, parents, program assistants, officials and volunteers may have a daily verbal screening for symptoms upon arrival at...


Saskatchewan Ice Conference

Due to Covid-19 restrictions, the Skate Canada - Saskatchewan Board of Directors has made the decision to cancel the in-person Saskatchewan Ice Conference scheduled for October 24th - 25th, 2020 in LeRoy, SK. We will be offering virtual sessions on Tuesday and Thursdays beginning on...


2020/2021 Competitive Season

As the 2020/2021 competitive season is beginning, the one thing we know for sure is it’s going to look different than previous years. Events (competitions, simulations, assessment days) are going to be modified, executed remotely or canceled/postponed all together. What we do know is at...


Return to Skating

Posted in Covid-19 / Return to Skating

Dear Clubs and Coaches, Our Return to Skating guidelines will be presented to the Board of Directors on Saturday, June 13th, 2020.  We have received approval from the SK Provincial Government to resume Figure Skating; therefore we would like to provide you with some key points from our...


2020 Sask Skate Cancelled

Posted in Sask Skate / Covid-19

The Covid-19 virus continues to have a significant impact on skaters, coaches, clubs and volunteers in our Section but also across Canada. In times of so many unknowns and uncertainties the skating community has been showing their creativity and resourcefulness to stay connected where possible...


2019/2020 Skaters Lottery Winners

The draw was conducted during the Skate Canada - Saskatchewan virtual AGM o Saturday, May 2nd 2020. Thank you to the participating clubs who sold tickets and everyone who purchased tickets. Congratulations to the following winners: 1st Prize ($15,000) - Richard Papish, Wakaw 2nd Prize ($5,000)...