Category: Sport Development


Speed Skating Canada in collaboration with Fast & Female organizes two virtual “power hour” workshops for young female speed skaters across the country. Speed Skating Canada is partnering with Fast and Female to host two virtual Power Hour events, which will give girls aged 12-16 the opportunity to develop leadership skills, get active, and speak to our… Read more »

Speed skaters from across the country invited to submit times for 2022 Speed Skating Canada Challenge

Virtual challenge open to skaters of all ages and abilities runs from February 1 to March 31 OTTAWA, ONTARIO – In an effort to engage the speed skating community this winter following the cancellation of many of this season’s domestic competitions, Speed Skating Canada’s sport development and events teams are proud to launch the 2022… Read more »

Provincial & territorial speed skating associations to unite under common brand identities

Canada’s speed skating community is getting a bold new look. As their refreshed brand identities roll out from coast to coast, the country’s Provincial and Territorial Sport Organizations (PTSOs) aim to create a sense of togetherness and ensure that speed skating is presented consistently and professionally to audiences at all levels.

Speed Skating Canada announces Female Leadership Pilot Project for upcoming season

Speed Skating Canada is proud to unveil the details of the 2021-2022 Female Leadership Pilot Project, an exciting gender equity initiative that the organization will undertake this coming season to help increase female participation in athlete, coach, and leadership roles within the sport of speed skating.