A first aid kit is available in the coaches room. All MFSC coaches are fully qualified in First Aid and it is a requirement to keep them up to date.
Skate Canada professional coaches and MFSC Program Assistants are the experts that will be working with your skater. All coaches are registered with Skate Canada, in good standing, hold a
We offer 3 sessions per year, Fall (September-December), Winter (January-March) and Spring (April-May). We do not offer any programming over the summer months at this time.
No, skaters are responsible for providing their own equipment. We recommend purchasing skates from United Cycle or Professional Skate Services as they sell good quality equipment and their staff are
Can my skater use an ice skating assist (pusher) or skateez skating aids during lessons or other club programming?
No, these aids are not permitted on the ice during any of our programs. We believe in teaching skaters to learn to skate without these aids. From our experience these
Classes tend to fill up. Completed online registration forms and payment are required in order to secure a spot in our classes.
Yes, all participants require a current Skate Canada membership. Their registration year runs September 1st to August 31st of the following year. There are no family rates. Fees are for
After completing the CanSkate program, skaters will have all of the recreational skating skills to pave the way for a lifetime of enjoyment on ice. Skaters who choose to continue
If the Canskater will miss more than two (2) classes please email our office so we can inform the coach. Due to registration constraints, MFSC may be unable to provide
My child is faster than the others in his or her group, so why isn’t he or she moved up into the next group?
This situation usually occurs because, even though the child is performing well at some skills (eg forward skating), they have not yet sufficiently mastered other skills (backward skating, stopping, etc).