Return to Skate - Temporary Halt
Spring Break Update 2021.03.01
Although the government has announced the possibility of re-opening of the arenas, the ban on organized activities remains in place. The borough has confirmed that they will not open any ice facilities for any activities on ice. We cannot hold any organized activities for the moment.
Once an opportunity presents itself and it is possible to skate, we will announce a schedule for our STAR skaters.
Until then please stay safe and keep your loved ones safe.
CPA Saint Laurent
Following the most recent COVID-19 developments and the government of Quebec’s press conference on October 5th, all organized sports in the regions in red alert must stop as of October 8th, 2020. Regretfully, we must place the season on pause as of this date. The last sessions will be held Wednesday October 7th, 2020 at the CEGEP. All other sessions at Bonaventure and Pierrefonds are also placed on pause.
The date when activities will restart will be communicated once it has been confirmed by the Government of Quebec.
SPRING BREAK UPDATE:
Although the rules around sports and leisure activities have been somewhat eased for spring break to allow parents to enjoy activities with their children, organized figure skating classes and group lessons continue to be banned in the red zone and the curfew remains in effect.
As confirmed previously, the date when activities will restart will be communicated once it has been confirmed by the Government of Quebec.
The upcoming season will be challenging and there will be many changes in the way our sessions are run. The attached document is a brief summary of how to proceed before, during and after each session. COVID Protocol.pdf
The latest updates are posted on the Patinage Quebec website. Click here for the link.
You will find below a link to a video which has been published as part of the Return to Skate plan. Safe return to skating (video)
Thank you for continuing to take the necessary precautions and doing what you can to limit the spread of COVID-19. By working together and going the extra mile, as an organization and as neighbours, we can make a difference.
CPA Saint Laurent
Fall /Winter 2020-2021 - Registration
The return to skate Protocols issued by Patinage Quebec limit the number of participants in our programs. Given the reduction in total number of hours available to the club and physical distancing requirements we can accept a limited number of skaters. Skaters who have obtained a minimum of badge 1 in the CanSkate program and have registered in our programs for the Fall-Winter 2019-2020 will be eligible to register for the Fall-Winter 2020-21 season. We will not be able to offer PreJunior or Adult classes for the upcoming season.
CanSkate sessions will begin in October. STAR Skate will begin in September.
Online registration for Private will begin Tuesday, September 15th at 7 pm.
Online registration for CanSkate will begin Tuesday, September 22nd at 7 pm.
Lindt Make a Difference Campaign
CPA Saint Laurent is proud to congratulate Daniel Béland who has been recognized by Lindt as a remarkable passionate individual who is helping to make a difference in the Canadian skating community.
Lindt has recognized Daniel as one of the two recipients of a $10 000 donation which will benefit the CPA Saint Laurent.
Making a difference means giving back. As a young skater, Daniel spent many hours training at our club. His drive and love of figure skating resulted in multiple championships as a competitor at the provincial and national levels. He became the first Canadian World Junior Men Champion in 1977. Another Canadian skater could not repeat this impressive feat for over 37 years.
He has been a coach with our club since 2007. The skaters, coaches, and club are thankful that Daniel is able to share his love of figure skating with everyone, especially our next generation of young skaters. He is truly an unsung hero within the skating community.
The CPA Saint Laurent would like to thank Lindt for their wonderful $10000 donation. This contribution will make a lasting difference in our skater’s lives.
Please share your story on : Lindt Make A Difference
To watch a short video demonstrating how to create an account online. Note: Residents of any of the boroughs of Montreal can use their Montreal Access card.
A video describing the registration process is provided below. We recommend that you view this video BEFORE beginning the registration process.
How to view your skaters achievements
Click below to view the instructions on how to view your skaters achievements.
How to find your skater's Skate Canada Number
Click below to view the instructions on how to view your skater's Skate Canada Number.