2022 Skating Session
begins Monday January 3rd.
See you on the ice!
|Regular Season Schedule 2021-2022|
|Development (jr/int/sr Starskate)||11:15pm-12:00pm|
Welcome to the Prince Albert Skating Club. Our club has been active since the early 1960’s. In that time we have helped hundreds of children learn to skate, grow in self-confidence, and enjoy a team environment, all under the professional and experienced direction of an amazing Coaching Team.
The Prince Albert Skating Club is a member of Skate Canada and follows the programs, training guidelines, and rules of this National Not-For-Profit Organization.
PASC is proud to be a part of this program and is dedicated to living up to their standards.
For more information on Skate Canada please visit their website at www.skatecanada.ca
As of August 30th,2021
Skate Canada has reinstated their face covering policy.
Please note the following requirements:
Policy No: 0501
* Skaters must be properly wearing a face covering when entering the
arena and continue wearing their face covering until they reach the spot
where they will finish getting their skates on (chair, bleacher, dressing
room). Skaters must keep their face coverings on until they put on their
helmet or enter the ice surface
* Skaters should promptly put their face covering back on once they leave the ice surface or return to their spot and remove their helmet;
* Skaters should exercise physical distancing while entering and exiting
the ice surface and while putting on their skates.
* Coaches/Program Assistants must be properly wearing a face covering
when entering the arena and continue wearing their face covering until
they exit the arena.
* Coaches/Program Assistants should exercise physical distancing while
entering and exiting the ice surface and while putting on their skates.
*Officials/Parents/spectators/volunteers must be properly wearing a face
covering when entering/exiting the arena and continue properly
wearing their face covering at all times within the facility.
§ Parents/spectators should exercise physical distancing while entering
and exiting the arena and while sitting or standing inside the area.
As always if you are feeling unwell please stay home.
Let's all do our part to curb the spread of Covid 19!
Please note that these protocols are subject to change without notice should the public health order, or city requirements, change.
Every winter, millions of Canadians take to the ice, indoors and outdoors, in search of fun and fitness. Skate Canada Programs are designed to allow individuals to participate in skating for life.
Our programs provide participants with all levels of training. From basic skating skills, to advanced figure, hockey and power skating skills in private and group sessions. Advanced figure skating techniques and elements include test and competitive opportunities, awards and incentives all with the chance to learn new skills in a fun and positive environment.
Learn to Skate:
- Adult Classes
- Advanced Hockey and Power skating skills
- Advanced CanSkate
- Star Skate: Jr, Int, and Sr Levels
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