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Registration for spring programs will open in early March 2024.

Policies

Disclaimer

Registration will be closed for any sessions which become filled. The Club reserves the right to change categories or ice times at any time during the skating year, and cancel programs where minimum registration levels are not met. Rideau Skating Club is not required to make up lost time or compensate customers for closing arenas due to Acts of God.

Skate Canada Registrant Fee

Skate Canada’s mission is to be a leader in the delivery of skating programs and to have a continuing legacy of champions. In order to achieve this goal, it is critical that best in class programs are developed and executed by Skate Canada, our clubs, skating schools and coaches. This is facilitated, in part, through the collection of a fee from all those who participate. The registrant fee is shared equally between Skate Canada and our Sections in carrying out our respective objectives.

The Skate Canada Registrant Fee is collected from each participant in a Skate Canada program. The fee is collected once per year through the registrant's skating club. The fee provides the registrant with insurance while participating in a Skate Canada program. For the 2022-2023 season, the fee covers September 1, 2023 to August 31, 2024.

The Skate Canada fee is mandatory and non-refundable. The fee for the 2023-2024 season is $58.70 per registrant.

Member Policies

The following document contains the club policies for members.

Skate Canada's National Safe Sport Program

Rideau Skating Club follows Skate Canada’s National Safe Sport Program


See the program at Skate Canada Safe Sport

Concussions / Rowan's Law

The recognition of concussion in sport is coming to the forefront of injury in sport. More and more scientific and public press attention is paid to this injury, and our knowledge of the causation, effects and outcomes of concussion injury is expanding daily. Skate Canada and its medical team recognize the importance and need for athletes, parents, coaches and other team members to rapidly and appropriately recognize and respond to a concussion injury. 


There are Skate Canada and Skate Canada Central Ontario policies currently available for parents, skaters and coaches to reference, and links for these are provided below.


Please note that this information is for general information purposes only. It is not intended to and does not constitute any medical advice and does not contain any medical diagnoses, symptom assessments or medical opinions.

Skate Canada Concussion Policy
Skate Ontario Concussion Policy
Rideau Skating Club's Concussion Resources Page, Rowan's Law