Parent n' Tot

Fall/Winter

Monday 10:15-11:00a  |  $311    

Wednesday 1:30-2:15p  |  $311

Friday 1:30-2:15p  |  $311 

Saturday 8:45-9:30a or 9:45-10:30a  |  $291

Parent n' Tot is a program that allows children aged 3 onto the ice with a parent or guardian. Coaches will assist the parent/guardian in teaching their skaters the basics of skating while participating in a group. 

Parent n' Tot is meant to be a positive first experience for new skaters, to develop the confidence needed to explore and learn skating basics. This is a hands on class for parents and guardians, who must be prepared to get down on the ice with their little one.

Skaters in a 10 week program will receive an assessment at the end of the season.

Children must be three years old by the start date of the program.

Parents/Guardians must be registered in the Parent n' Tot Registration and covered by a Skate Canada Insurance fee, prior to stepping on the ice. CSA Approved helmets are REQUIRED on the ice, unless approved by the coach.

Skater Equipment Required: 

Skates (preferably hockey or figure, not plastic), CSA Hockey Helmet (cage recommended), gloves, and warm clothing

(skaters will spend a lot of time on the ice, dress to allow movement and warmth)

PreCanSkate

Fall/Winter

Monday 10:15-11:00a  |  $311               Monday 6:00-6:45p  |  $291

Tuesday 5:15-6:00p  | $291

Wednesday 1:30-2:15p  |  $311          Wednesday 6:00-6:45p  |  $291

Thursday 5:15-6:00p  |  $291

Friday 1:30-2:15p  |  $311

Saturday 8:45-9:30a or 9:45-10:30a  |  $291

PreCanSkate is typically for skaters aged 4 to 5  (skaters must be 4 yrs old by start date of program). This program is for skaters who have none, or very little, skating experience.

Skaters will learn in a group format and be introduced to basic skating skills and movements. The skaters will progress in a fun, friendly, and high energy environment, working on skills like balancing, falling/standing, and moving forward. Once a skater has completed the program they will move on to CanSkate.

Skaters in a 10 week program will receive an assessment at the end of the season.

Skater Equipment Required: 

Skates (preferably hockey or figure, not plastic), CSA Hockey Helmet (cage recommended), gloves, and warm clothing

(skaters will spend a lot of time on the ice, dress to allow movement and warmth)

PreCanSkate 6+

Fall/Winter

 Monday 6:00-6:45p  |  $291

Wednesday 6:00-6:45p  |  $291

Saturday 8:45-9:30a or 9:45-10:30a  |  $291

PreCanSkate 6+ is for skaters 6 years and older who have little to no experience skating. This program is specially designed for skaters to learn at their own pace in a safe environment. 

Skaters will be taught skating basics such as falling/standing, balancing, moving forward, and stopping. Once skaters in this program have built their confidence and ability, they will be able to explore more challenging skills. Skaters are taught in a group format, and once a skater has completed their PreCanSkate skills they can move to CanSkate.

Skaters in a 10 week program will receive an assessment at the end of the season.

Skater Equipment Required: 

Skates (preferably hockey or figure, not plastic), CSA Hockey Helmet (cage recommended), gloves, and warm clothing

(skaters will spend a lot of time on the ice, dress to allow movement and warmth)

CanSkate

Fall/Winter

Monday 10:15-11:00a  |  $311               Monday 6:00-6:45p  |  $291

Tuesday 5:15-6:00p  | $291

Wednesday 1:30-2:15p  |  $311          Wednesday 6:00-6:45p  |  $291

Thursday 5:15-6:00p  |  $291

Friday 1:30-2:15p  |  $311

Saturday 8:45-9:30a or 9:45-10:30a  |  $291

CanSkate is a program for children of all ages who have completed the PreCanSkate program. 

This program focuses on fun, participation, and basic skill development. Lessons are given in a group format by an NCCP Coach and assisted by trained Program Assistants.

Skaters progress at their own rate and will learn and develop fundamental movement skills from three categories: Agility, Balance, and Control. Sessions are high energy and include lots of opportunity for movement and challenges.

Skaters who complete level 3 can either move into the Intro to Figure Skating Program or CanPowerSkate.

Skaters in a 10 week program will receive an assessment at the end of the season.

Skater Equipment Required: 

Skates (preferably hockey or figure, not plastic), CSA Hockey Helmet (cage recommended), gloves, and warm clothing

(dress to allow movement and warmth)

Intro to Figure Skating

Fall/Winter

Tuesday 5:15-6:00p  |  $500

Thursday 5:15-6:00p  |  $500

Intro to Figure Skating (formerly STARSkate Prep) is a bridge program that continues to develop CanSkate skills as skaters also prepare to enter STARSkate 1  (figure skating). 

Skaters in this program will typically be working on CanSkate levels 4-6, while being introduced to figure skating concepts and terms.

Skaters who complete CanSkate level 6 will be invited to move into the STARSkate program.

Skaters in a 10 week (or longer) program will receive an assessment at the end of the season.

Skater Equipment Required: 

Skates (figure skates preferred), CSA Hockey Helmet, gloves, and warm clothing

(dress to allow movement and warmth)