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           Welcome to Upper Canada Skating Club!

Whether you are just learning to skate or already know how, Upper Canada will foster your enthusiasm and help realize your goals. We are a proud member of Skate Canada and have been running skating programs in North York for over 70 years. We are located in Mitchell Field Arena, 89 Church Ave., North York.   
Skate Canada's CanSkate Program is Canada’s flagship learn-to-skate program which emphasizes teaching quality fundamental movements and basic skills.

The Skate OntarioCanSkate Excellence Recognition Program is designed to reward Ontario Clubs/Skating Schools that are implementing best practices in the delivery of their CanSkate programs. We are happy to annouce that Upper Canada SC has achieved the Engaged Standard.                                                                 

  Our Office is closed. 

Please send inquiries to


Adult/Teen Learn To Skate Program (5 weeks)
at Canlan Ice Sports York University

Registration Date: Monday June 5 @ 10 AM
Click Here to register

Adult/Teen Learn to Skate Summer Skate Schedule

Tuesday Program Fee: $200 (5 weeks)
Thursday Program Fee: $200 (5 weeks)





June 22

5:05 – 6:05 PM


June 27

6:20 – 7:20 PM


June 29

6:20 – 7:20 PM


July 4

6:20 – 7:20 PM


July 6

5:05 – 6:05 PM


July 11

6:20 – 7:20 PM


July 13

5:05 – 6:05 PM


July 18

6:20 – 7:20 PM


July 20

5:05 – 6:05 PM


July 25

6:30 – 7:20 PM



Fall/Winter 2023-24

Tentative Program Schedule: Click Here

Tentative Fee Schedule: Click Here

Fall Registration Date: TBD 

General Information:

CanSkate Programs:
Pre-CanSkate - for 3-5 years old
CanSkate 1-6 - for 6-12 years old
Teen Learn to Skate - for 13-17 years old
Adult Learn to Skate - for 18+

Upper Canada SC CanSkate program
for 3-12 years old Update: click here

STARSkate Programs:
STAR 1- Gold (youth, up to 17 years old) -
for new skaters, create an account, send proof of completion of CanSkate 6 or equivalent, or STAR assessment results to our email. 
Adult STARSkate - 18+ with strong basic skating skills.


Covid 2022/2023
Following guidance from the City of Toronto and the Province, proof of vaccination is not required. Masks wearing is also usually not required; see below for required masking conditions. 

We strongly recommend vaccination as the best way to protect yourself and others.

We strongly recommend wearing masks, especially in close contact situations such as CanSkate groups.

Be aware policies can change based on advisories from the City and the Province. 

           Covid Masking Policy (Last updated Nov 2022)

Wear a mask if

1. You are a close contact of someone with COVID-19 (for 10 days after your last exposure).
2. You have symptoms of COVID-19 or test positive (for 10 days).

3. You are returning from international travel and are not fully vaccinated (for 14 days).


Common Questions


View Achievements (and other info) of current Skate Members:
   Click My Account - Participants; select their name then click Achievements.

To switch skating days $25 will be charged per skater. Does not apply to a skater completing a program.


Club Member Accounts:

Note: The account holder (Member) must be at least 18 years old. Parents/Guardians (18+) are Members and Children under 18 years of age are "Participants".

To access registration you must have created a Club Member Account to define family participants (skaters). Click LOGIN (or at top-right above) and complete required fields under "First Time Registering". You MUST be at least 18 years old to create a Member Account. Do NOT create a new account if you created one before. The login screen has a password reset if needed. Click Registration above.

Upper Canada Skating Accomplishments

Click here for pictures of our CanSkate Challenge + STARSkate Showcase.
Click here to see other Competition results.
Click here to see some of our skaters in the SNAPD North York paper.