COVID-19 UPDATES

Update: May 15, 2020 - Yesterday, Premier Doug Ford and the Ontario Government announced the plan and timeline for Stage 1 of easing some of the COVID-19 restrictions. The sport of figure skating is included in the easing of these restrictions. We at Skate Oakville are happy that figure skating is a part of this phase, however, we are currently awaiting more information and will update our members accordingly.

Skate Ontario's second statement, made May 15, regarding the May 14 announcement: View their statement here

Skate Ontario's first statement, made May 14, regarding the May 14, 2020 announcement: View their statement here

Update: April 7, 2020 - Skate Oakville and our Board of Directors have made the decisions to cancel the Spring 2020 season that was to run March 30 to June 14, 2020. This information was emailed out to registered participants and is linked below.

Update: April 2, 2020 - The Town of Oakville has made the decision to keep all public recreation facilities and libraries closed indefinitely. Updates from the Town of Oakville are posted to their website: oakville.ca

Any updates that become available will be posted to our website, all social media pages, and emailed out to registered participants.

View Skate Oakville's Statement Regarding Facility Closure

Spring 2020 Season Cancelled

  • Skater Resources

    Resources available for Skate Oakville skaters during facility closures

    Skater Resources
  • Bursary Deadlines Approaching

    Jump Grant, Doug Shelley Skater Bursary and Michael LeBlanc Skater Bursary applications due by Friday, May 8, 2020

    Bursary Information
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Our Mission

As one of the largest skating clubs in Canada, Skate Oakville is proud to be a member of Skate Canada.  We provide learn to skate lessons, recreational figure skating programs, competitive training in both singles and ice dance, and are also home to 8 synchronized skating teams.

 

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