Skate Canada New Brunswick is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to providing opportunities for all to participate in skating throughout their lifetime for fun, fitness, and/or achievement.
Skate Canada New Brunswick is comprised of strong clubs in well-developed regions. They work as a team and share the workload equitably in the provision of safe and quality programs for participants pursuing fun, fitness and/or the opportunity to achieve personal growth and success at the appropriate level.
Club Development Day - September 7, Miramichi
2013 SCNB Fall Skate - October 4-6, Bathurst
2014 SCNB Sectionals - November 1-3, Dieppe
2014 SCNB Winter Skate - January 24-26 2014, Sackville
2014 Provincial STARSkate, Adult and Special Olympics - February 21-23 2014, Riverview
The year of STARSkate!
Come and join us in Miramichi on September 7th for our 3rd Club Development Day!
Get informed on the STARSkate Pilot events!
Changes for 2013-2014 season: Click here for document.
SCNB is looking for clubs to host Spring Skate 2014 and Fall Skate 2014. If you are interested, click here for more information.
2013-2014 Competition Calendar: Click here
SNCB adult skater Monette LeBlanc, from the Dieppe Gold Blades Club, wins Gold at the International Adult Figure Skating Competition in Oberstdorf, Germany! Bravo!
August 3 - 5 2013, Saint John, NB
For more information, contact Kim MacVey.
Click here for contact information and registration form
IMPORTANT! Candidates MUST be 16 when attending the course.
Skate Canada NB and Skate Canada PEI will co-host a technical panel training seminar in Moncton July 18- 21. This seminar is the first step to becoming a Section level Technical Controller or Technical Specialist.
Current technical officials are encouraged to attend a portion of the seminar as an update clinic.
Details on who is qualified to attend technical panel training can be found in the Officials’ Definition, Appointment Qualifications Policy <Members Only/ Technical and Programs/Rules, Official Rule Book/Policies and Procedures/Official Rules/Individuals> (Note the relevant information begins on page 130 and is included in several sections)
If you qualify and are interested in becoming a technical specialist or controller, please send the following to Erica Topolski (email@example.com) by June13, 2013.
• Skating Background (that highlights how you meet the minimum qualifications from Skate Canada as mentioned above).
• Brief statement about why you would like to become a technical official
• List of conflicts (coaches only). This list would outline any current skaters in Jr. Bronze- Gold Star Skate events and Pre-Juvenile –Senior events
The Skate NB Officials Committee will review all applications and let applicants know if they have been accepted the week of June 17th.
Volunteer Applications now being accepted on the Skate Canada website. www.skatecanada.ca Members Only tab, using your existing Skate Canada number or creating a new profile as per instructions.
A CanSkater's mother has the winning ticket!
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Even though these skaters no longer compete for NB, skating is still important in their lives! Please take a minute to read their stories.
Gabrielle Anne Cormier
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