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Mission Statement

"To promote and offer a broad selection of affordable effective skating programs designed for the life-long social, emotional, and physical benefit of all." 


Why Skating?

Skating is one of the most popular sports in the Canada today. In Canada more than six million people lace up skates every year, and there are many winter celebrations that feature skating. Through the inclusive programming we offer, we encourage people to become involved and stay involved for life.

Learn to Sake with CanSkate is our entry-level program where basic skating skills are taught to children, youths and adults. After mastering the basics there are many options available. Check out Programs and Registration to find a program to suit you.


Skate Saskatoon Club History

The establishment of the Club dates back to 1928. Local skating enthusiasts took steps to form the club.

For many decades, Skate Saskatoon has hosted a number of Regional and National competitions including Skate Canada – Saskatchewan Sectional Championships, Jean Norman, Prairie Regional Synchronized Skating Championship and numerous Regional and Local Competitions. Numerous club athletes have represented the Club nationally at various national championships, and may have been fortunate enough, through hard work and dedication, to represent Canada at all levels of International competition including the Olympic Games.

Today, Skate Saskatoon is the largest skating club in Saskatchewan and one of the larger in Canada with a membership exceeding 1000. Skate Saskatoon is committed to serving all of its members to be the best of their ability. To this end, we credit our success to our past and present coaches, volunteers, board members and skaters.



Club Constitution: 2017 Club Constitution



Skate Saskatoon operates under the governance of City of Saskatoon By-Laws:

Note: The City of Saskatoon Smoking Bylaw changes take place on January 1, 2016 and include ACT Arena and the property they reside on. Therefore, smoking is not allowed anywhere on the property. Those who smoke may do so on sidewalks bordering the properties. The nearest sidewalk where smoking will be allowed is the sidewalk on 105th Street East. 


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