2020 Winter Registration

Winter Registration Open!
Winter 2020 at Trout Lake Ice Rink



CANSkate is Skate Canada’s flagship learn-to-skate program, designed for skaters of all ages. When you sign up for CANSkate you will be in a program that focuses on fun, participation and basic skill development.

CANSkate Ages 3yrs & Up Stage 1-6
Adult / Teen CANSkate (All Levels)
45 minute lesson

Saturday: January 11 – March 14,  9:00am-9:45am
Monday: January 6 – March 9, 5:15pm-6:00pm
Wednesday: January 8 – March 11, 3:30pm-4:15pm

*Fees do not include annual $43.65 non-refundable Skate Canada Fee
*Trout Lake Rink does not have helmets or skate rental available, so you must bring your own. See our Helmet Policy for required helmets.


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CANPower Skate

An excellent complement for athletes playing on hockey or ringette teams.The dynamic program is taught by Skate Canada certified CANPower instructors.

CanPowerSkate is geared to skaters aged approximately six or older who already have basic forward and backward skating skills (they must be able to skate the length of the rink using alternate strides) and are able to stop on command without use of the boards.

Full hockey equipment is required. Hockey sticks will sometimes be used, but no shooting or passing of pucks.

Thursday, January 9 – March 12, 4:00pm – 4:45pm

*Fees do not include annual $43.65 non-refundable Skate Canada Fee


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The STAR 1 program  is a bridge between CANSkate and the STARSkate program. STAR 1 skaters will work in smaller groups with a professional coach and learn figure skating skills such as jumps, edges, spirals, spins, turns and ice dances.

Classes are offered in 90 minute sessions which includes off- ice training to develop cardio fitness, flexibility, strength, control and reduce risk of injury on ice.  Entry to this program is by invitation only through the CANSkate program, so ask the skating director if you are interested.

Sessions below include On and Off Ice Training (choose 2 sessions per week).

Saturday: January 11  – March 14,  9:15am-10:45am
Monday: January 6 – March 9, 4:30pm – 6:00pm
Wednesday: January 8 – March 11, 3:45pm-5:15pm

*Fees do not include annual $43.65 non-refundable Skate Canada Fee


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Winter Session: January 4 – March 21

STAR 2 and STAR 3-4

What’s New: In order to allow more practice time for individual programs, the Thursday freeskate session is a private lesson format. The session cost covers ice time and one private (15 minute) lesson. To register for the Thursday session, you must be enrolled in at least one Freeskate Group session.

STAR 5 – Gold

Off-ice : To support skater development, encourage participation in off-ice classes, and to simplify registration, times for classes have been shifted. On Monday and Wednesday, off-ice classes have been bundled with on-ice fees.

Skate Canada Fee: Skate Canada has increased their membership fee. It is now $43.65. This annual fee is valid until August 2020, and will be automatically added to your online registration;

Volunteer Bond: The volunteer bond of $125 will be held on your credit card until August 15, 2020. When all volunteer hours are complete, the amount held on credit will be deleted.

*Fees do not include annual $43.65 non-refundable Skate Canada Fee

Register Today

  1. Register For Your Desired Sessions Online (this is for the ice-time)
  2. Winter 2020 Star 5 – Gold, Lesson Only and select the sessions on which you would like to have lessons (this is for the Coaches’ fees)


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Synchronized Skating

Synchro Skills is an introductory program to synchronized skating’s five basic elements: Circle, Line, Block, Intersection, and Wheel. This session will familiarize skaters with elementary holds, elements and transitions, done in a group lesson setting. Skaters will work in small groups of 2-4. Participants can be of any age, with a minimum skating level of STAR 1.

Saturday: January 4 – March 21,  7:45am – 8:45am.


Registration Open Soon!

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