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WTSC is NOT responsible for any injury, loss, theft, or damage under any circumstances.



• All fees are non-refundable. Registration priority will be reserved for WTSC members.

• All skaters must be registered and paid in full prior to their first day of the session with WTSC and Skate Canada. Memberships are non-transferable between skaters and/or sessions. Requests for credits will be considered due to medical reasons, and must be made in writing to the Board of Directors.

• Gift Certificates and credits have an expiry date of 2 years from date of issue.


Non-Members – Add non-refundable $25 annual club membership fee and $58.70 Skate Canada membership/insurance fee. The Skate Canada membership/insurance fee applies to member club sessions from September 1, 2023 to August 31, 2024.



• Family Discount: The first two highest-cost skaters are to be paid in full and then a 25% discount will be applied for each sibling skater thereafter.

• Multi-Day Discount: Skaters (especially those in RisingSTAR or STARSkate) are strongly encouraged to skate at least 2 days per week. If skating 2 days, 10% off each session, 3 days is 25% off each session, 4 days or more is 35% off each session.


Guest skaters must receive approval from the Program Director, Head Coach or Club manager and be registered prior to the start of the session. Email for any guest skating request.

Guest Fees are as follows: 

Learn to Skate $27.00 per session 

Power Skating $30.50 per session 

RisingSTAR/STAR $28.00 per session 

SR STAR $25.50 per session 

OPEN $25.50 per session


• Ice time for each skating activity is allocated according to the ice schedule and the stated classifications of skaters. Skaters may use the ice surface only in accordance with the ice schedules, appropriate sessions, and their paid membership periods.


• Learn to Skate- CSA APPROVED HOCKEY HELMETS ARE MANDATORY FOR ALL SKATERS up to and including CanSkate Stage 5. We recommend that CanSkate members dress warmly, in layers, with a waterproof jacket and waterproof pants and mittens. Snowsuits are not recommended, as they restrict movement. Long coats, scarves and dangling earrings are not permitted.

• STARSkate - Suitable skating attire (pants, skirts, dresses, one-piece unitards, leggings, etc.). Long hair should be tied back. Jeans should not be worn on the ice.

• Power Skating - A CSA approved hockey helmet required for all participants. Participants must be in hockey skates or sled and use of hockey/ringette sticks and gloves.

• Off-Ice - Please bring your own water bottle and make sure you are in proper athletic gear. Bring a sweater or thin jacket on cooler days. Skates, skate bags, coats, sweaters and other items must not be stored in the club office.


• Whenever on the ice surface, skaters must remain aware of and show due regard for the safety of all other persons on the ice. Any skater misbehaving (racing, tag, rough house) or deliberately interfering with the flow of the session will be removed for the duration of the session. Food and/or beverages must not be taken onto the ice surface, with the exception of water.

• Parents/Guardians/Spectators - Parents of skaters 12 and under must be easily accessible during Winter skating sessions. Please ensure your phone contact info has been updated in your online account.

• The club’s goal is to create a safe, caring environment. Any act or conduct to the detriment of the good of all or contrary to the 

established standards outlined above and with respect to behaviour and sportsmanship within the Club is not permitted. This includes, but is not limited to, bullying, verbal abuse, intimidation, swearing, insults, sarcasm or harassment.

Any complaint about the conduct or behaviour of members or concerning the management of the Club shall be made in writing to the Board of Directors and must be signed by the member issuing the complaint.

Any complaint about the coaching staff of the club shall be made in writing to the Program Director and the President.

Procedures for inappropriate behaviour may include:

- Verbal warning from Program Director / Head Coach / Club Manager / Supervisor on Session

- Written warning from Board of Directors

- Short term suspension or expulsion from the club, to be determined by Board of Directors 




• All skaters and coaches MUST leave the ice surface immediately upon the announcement for the commencement of the floods. 

Courtesy: Courtesy is first and foremost. It is essential to respect the rights of other skaters and be aware of who is around you at all times. Right of Way: First priority is given to skaters who are skating to their solo or dance music. Second priority is given to skaters in a group lesson. Give these skaters the right of way at all times. Skaters with the right of way must also remember to keep an alert eye open to avoid collisions and may respectfully remind others of right of way (e.g. “excuse me”).

• Spins should be performed at the centre of the ice surface, and jumps should be at the ends and in the corners. Do not spend most of your time in the corners. Skaters who are practicing the Lutz may not see you as they enter their jump.

• If you fall down, get up as quickly as possible. If someone falls and does not get up on their own, do not move them. Get a coach to assess the injured skater. In the meantime, have someone stand “guard” over them to make sure other skaters avoid collisions with them. When you are practicing elements like camel spins and back spirals be especially aware of the danger your exposed blade poses to other skaters.

• Take a good look at your expected "space" before you start the element, and do not proceed with the element if it looks like you could cause a problem for yourself or other skaters on the ice..

• Don’t stand around on the ice to “chitchat”. You interfere with and/or present a hazard to other skaters, and you are wasting your practice time. Skaters are expected to be skating at all times while on the ice. Wearing earbuds/headphones is not 

permitted while on the ice.


• The Program Director / Head Coach / Club manager reserves the right to rearrange group lessons according to level, age and numbers of skaters. All skaters and coaches give the right of way to group lessons.


• Members grant WTSC permission to copyright, publish and/or use photographic portraits, pictures, or videos of them in which they are included in whole or part, for advertising, trade, web and multimedia or any other lawful purpose. Members waive the right to approve the finished products, for advertising, new media or printed, that might be used in connection with their images.

• Members may choose to ‘opt out’ of our Media policy during online registration.



No skating Family Day Monday February 19th, March Break March 11-16 and Easter Weekend Saturday March 30th.