All skaters registered in CanSkate programs MUST wear a CSA approved helmet designed specifically for skating and not passed their expiry (please check the expiry date on the side of the helmet). Skaters wearing a non-CSA-approved or expired helmets will not be permitted on the ice.
There must be an adult present in the arena fro all skater's under the age of 12 years old.
Skate Canada Membership Fee
All skaters must pay a Skate Canada Membership Fee of $35 which registers the skater with Skate Canada. This fee is paid, per skater, once per skating "year", which runs September 1 to August 31 of the following year.
Every newly registered skater is assigned a unique 10-character Skate Canada number which remains with that skater for his/her lifetime. If the skater changes skating clubs, they can use their Skate Canada number to continue their progress in Skate Canada programs.
All families are required to pay a mandatory Fundraising Fee of $40 per family. The $40 will purchase your fundraising tickets, which will be distributed in December. The Fundraising Draw is held February of the following year. Families are encouraged to sell the tickets to recover the $40. As a non-profit organization, fundraising helps us keep our registration fees low and deliver quality programs on the ice.
Inclement Weather Policy
We rent our ice time from the Town of Caledon. Should the Town choose to close its facilities due to inclement weather conditions, power outages, etc., we will also cancel the skating sessions scheduled during that closure. Often there are times that school buses are cancelled and the kids are home, but parks and recreation facilities remain open, this means that our skating session will go ahead as planned.
If we cancel a session we will contact the affected skaters. Where possible we will make every effort to schedule a make-up session, however this is not guaranteed and depends on the availability of coaches and ice time from The Town of Caledon.
All purchases are made in Canadian Dollars ($CDN). All requests for a refund must be made in writing to the Board of Directors. The Club's general policy is that there will be no refunds provided after the second scheduled lesson of the session, unless there are extenuating circumstances. Any approved refunds will be subject to a non-refundable fee of $50 per skater. The Skate Canada membership fee of $35 and fundraising fee of $40 are non-refundable.
Refunds or make-up classes are not provided.
NSF cheques returned to the club will be subject to an fee of $35 borne by the author.
Export and Delivery of Goods
We do not export any goods and we do not have any physical goods for sale. Purchases made on this website are for services only and will be delivered at the location indicated by the program you are registered for.
Release and Indemnity
On behalf of yourself, the registrant and the registrants parents/guardians, you hereby release and discharge the Caledon Centennial Skating Club and related parties listed below from all claims made on behalf of yourself, the registrant and the registrants parents/guardians (and the executors, heirs, administrators and assigns of all such parties) against all claims, demands, judgments and cost (including reasonable attorneys fees) arising out of or relating to the registrant's participation in a Caledon Centennial Skating Club program.
Further, you agree to indemnify and hold Caledon Centennial Skating Club and the Related Parties harmless from all such claims, demands, judgments, and costs (including reasonable attorneys fees) made by any third party arising out of or relating to the registrant's participation in an event for the purpose of this section, "Related Parties" means Caledon Centennial Skating Club and its directors, officers, agents, employees, The Town of Caledon, affiliates and other partners.
Limitation of Liability
Caledon Centennial Skating Club,The Town of Caledon, and it's employees shall not in any way be responsible for the loss of property, damage or industries to person(s), however caused, including participants while on the premises of either LLoyld Wilson Centennial Arena or Caledon East Community Complex.
- Collect personal information such as names, addresses, phone number and email addresses as provided voluntarily by you through program registration and membership.
- Electronically submit member and participant information for Skate Canada, our club associated governing body, for the purpose of registering participant membership with Skate Canada.
- Use personal information to send members communication regarding upcoming program and registration information.
- Use personal information for regular business administration, organization of ice show and statistical analysis.
CCSC will not:
- Sell, loan, rent, trade, or lease any personal information to third parties, except to Skate Canada, as outlined above and which you provie consent to at Checkout.
- Use information provided in and email to other than to respond the the inquiry.
CCSC reserves the right to change this Policy from time to time.