Town of Oakville Vaccination Policy - as of Wed, Sep 22

18 and over

In accordance with provincial requirements, the Town of Oakville has implemented a proof of vaccination program at town facilities. The town’s program requires that anyone 18 years of age or older provide proof of identification and proof of full COVID-19 vaccination (or medical exemption) prior to entering or any arena

12 to 17 years of age (New! -  as of Thu Sep 23)

Please note: In alignment with several provincial sport organization’s vaccine policies and to support youth working towards full vaccination, the town will allow individuals between 12 and 17 years of age (born 2004 to 2009) who are not fully vaccinated (14 days after last dose) and participating in organized sports, to enter recreation and culture facilities up to October 31 if they show proof of vaccination of their first dose and/or second dose, along with valid identification. However, as of November 1, 2021 these individuals will need to provide proof of full vaccination to enter recreation and culture facilities, even to participate in organized sports.

Refund Policy
  • Any registration made after today for a skater who does not meet the new vaccination requirements will be cancelled with no credit or refund.
  • Any sessions already paid for prior to today, which cannot be used, will be credited to the Skate Oakville account.

Link to new screening form:Town of Oakville Screening


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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.