Covid-19

Skate Canada Vaccination Requirements

Posted in Covid-19 / Return to Skating

As the 2021-2022 season prepares to get underway, Skate Canada and all Skate Canada Sections are issuing a joint statement on our collective position on vaccination requirements in response to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic:   As the COVID-19 pandemic continues through its fourth wave,...


Policy #0501 Face Covering

Posted in Covid-19 / Return to Skating

Due to the rising number of COVID-19 cases, the Skate Canada - Saskatchewan Board of Directors has reinstated our Face Covering Policy effective immediately.  ...


Effective July 11th, 2021

Posted in Covid-19 / Return to Skating

In accordance with the Government of Saskatchewan Road to Recovery Step 3 all public health orders have been lifted. We'd like to remind our membership to remain diligent. Contact tracing, monitoring for COVID-19 related symptoms and staying home when feeling sick should continue to be...


Effective June 20th, 2021

Posted in Covid-19 / Return to Skating

In accordance with the Government of Saskatchewan Road to Recovery Step 2 for adult and youth sport and recreation activities, the restrictions on group sizes will be lifted. Competition including tournaments are permitted. Interprovincial play is not permitted. Masking is required...


Return to Skating Guidelines Update

Posted in Covid-19 / Return to Skating

As of February 25, 2021– two (2) or three (3) groups maximum 8 skaters per group (i.e., 4 Parents & 4 Tots) on the ice. Coaches and Program Assistants are not part of the 8. Ice surfaces can be used for multiple groups of individuals (18 years of age and under) for the purpose of conditioning...


Clarification on Restrictions Update

Posted in Covid-19 / Return to Skating

I have just spoken with the Business Response Team and have learned the following: Program Assistants would be considered as coach/trainers and therefore not included in the eight (8) on the ice. Parents participating in the a Parent & Tot or Pre-CanSkate program would be considered...


Clarification on Restrictions

Posted in Covid-19 / Return to Skating

As many of you heard, the Government of Saskatchewan in conjunction with the Ministry of Health announced restrictions to sport, fitness and dance effective 12:01 AM Friday, November 27th, 2020.   The following is an excerpt from the Government release: Sport, Fitness and Dance All...


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...


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...


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...