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Powerskating, Starskate, our clubs COVID-19 Response Plan & Daily Screening Checklist. 
Updated: Sept. 1, 2020


Founded over 60 years ago, Skate Canada Orangeville, a member club of Skate Canada, offers learn-to-skate, powerskating and figure skating programs to local residents of all ages.  The club is a non-profit organization run by an executive committee comprised of parent volunteers and our team of professional coaches. 

Beginning with the Precanskate for the very young, Canskate (the official learn-to-skate program of Skate Canada),CanPowerSkate for hockey players wishing to improve their skating skills that align with Hockey Canada as well as Starskate for the those interested in figure skating. 

We endeavor to keep our fees as low as possible through our fundraising efforts in order to keep the sport accessible to all members of the community.

To learn more about our programs, click on the links below.

Suitable for skaters 3+ who have little or no skating experience. Skaters will learn to balance, move forward, move backward, stop, jump and turn.
PLEASE NOTE:  Unfortunately, we are unable to offer this program at this time due to physical distancing protocols.  Please see our Parent & Tot program below.


Suitable for skaters 3+ who have little or no skating experience focusing on basic movements such as moving forward & backward and falling down/getting up.
Each skater is required to have an  parent/adult (18+) accompany them who must have sufficient skating level to effectively skate on their own and support their skater. 
This program is replacing our PreCanSkate program for the current 2020-2021 season.

Suitable for skaters 5+ who have passed CanSkate Stage 1, have the basic skating skills- turning, stopping, jumping, skating backwards, or on coach recommendation. 
Suitable for skaters 10 & under, who have completed CanSkate Stage 2 or equivalent. Must be able to stop, turn, skate forward & backward without a stick. 

Suitable for skaters interested in pursuing figure skating. Skaters must have completed CanSkate Stage 5 or equivalent, or on coach recommendation.