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Riverview Skating Club

believes all children should have the opportunity to learn to skate. 

We accept payments from Canadian Tire Jumpstart and from Riverview Pro-Kids.  If you are a low income family and need assistance you can apply through one of these organizations (be sure to apply well in advance of the new season):

Canadian Tire Jumpstart

Town of Riverview Pro-Kids


Wearing the proper skates is very important for your child’s success in skating.  Skaters in CanSkate can wear either hockey or figure style skates. We recommend that you purchase skates that have laces and not clips or dials to tighten.  Skates with laces allow for the skate to be better adjusted to fit the child’s growing foot. We also DO NOT recommend that you get adjustable skates. While this may seem like a cost saving option with a young child that is growing rapidly, it is really detrimental to their progress.  As you enlarge these type of skates, the blade becomes too short for the boot and it causes difficulty for the skater to maintain proper balance and technique




CSA Helmets are required for all skaters in CanSkate, Pre-CanSkate, Adult Learn to Skate, Pre-Power and Power Skating.  Skaters will not be allowed on the ice unless they are wearing a CSA approved hocket helmet.  We recommend faceguards for skaters in our Pre-CanSkate session.


Mittens or gloves must be worn on the ice.  Not only do they keep skaters' hands warm, they are an important part of their safety equipment.  Note that fuzzy mittens can stick to the ice and cause accidents.  Stretchy gloves, ski gloves/mittens, and hockey gloves are all great options.