Canadian Figure Skating

Figure skating in Canada is governed by Skate Canada, which is a member by the International Skating Union (ISU). Skate Canada is the largest figure skating governing body in the world. The organization is committed to encouraging not just competitive skating, but skating for fun and fitness as well. It provides the rules and standards to its members and promotes development and personal excellence through skating.

Recent News

09/24/2010 Canada sends skaters to JGP Great Britain

A total of 12 skaters will compete for Canada at the fifth installment on the ISU Junior Grand Prix of Figure Skating.

08/20/2010 Skate Canada to send four skaters to JGP France

Skate Canada will send four skaters to the first stop on the ISU Junior Grand Prix circuit in Courchevel, France, for a total of three entries.

08/19/2010 Browning uninjured in fire at Toronto home

Four-time world champion and four-time Canadian national champion Kurt Browning was uninjured in a three-alarm fire Wednesday at his Toronto home.

07/15/2010 Chan headlines 2010 Liberty Summer Competition

Liberty, an annual skating rite of summer held over four days at Aston, Pa.'s IceWorks Skating Complex, hummed with activity today with simultaneous competitions running near non-stop in two rinks and practices buzzing in two others.

07/15/2010 Vaughn Chipeur announces retirement from skating

Canada's second-ranked male skater Vaughn Chipeur has announced his retirement from competitive skating.

07/17/2010 Chan hits another milestone in Liberty free skate

The firsts keep coming for Canada's Patrick Chan.

07/16/2010 Chan lands first-ever quad in "Take Five" short

Liberty must be Patrick Chan's lucky charm.

07/14/2010 Seven to be inducted into the Skate Canada HOF

Skate Canada announced Wednesday that it will welcome seven new honoree's to the Skate Canada Hall of Fame.