Information For Clubs
Participants in sanctioned speed skating events must be registered with SSC/SSNS, and their registration completed in the Speed Skating Canada database prior to participation in any sanctioned event.
All skaters must be registered in one of the skater membership categories; their skater registration covers any other activities they are involved in, such as coaching or officiating. Coaches, officials and volunteers who are not also skaters should be registered in the “Associate” category.
Please ensure that all volunteers actively involved in speed skating activities and events are registered with Speed Skating Canada to ensure that they are properly covered by both liability and accident insurance.
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Annapolis Valley Speed Skating Club
The Annapolis Valley Speed Skating Club was founded in 2012. Its home arena is the Credit Union Centre in Kingston. The Club offers Learn to Speed Skate, Skills Development, Recreational and Competitive Programs.
Cobequid Speed Skating Club
Cobequid Speed Skating Club
Dartmouth Crossing Speed Skating Club
The Dartmouth Crossing Speed Skating Club was created in 2016 and has established a full range of programs from learn to skate to high performance speed skating, including a Special Olympics program run in partnership with Special Olympics Nova Scotia. The club skates at the RBC Centre in Dartmouth and its core programs support the development of healthy life-long physical activity, with programs for all ages and abilities, and our competitive programs offer opportunities to athletes who wish to pursue higher level competition.
Halifax Regional Speed Skating Club
The Halifax Regional Speed Skating Club invites skaters of all ages to put on some long blades and have some Fun on the Edge! From beginners to high performance, there’s something for everyone. Speed skating is an affordable sport that promotes a healthy and active lifestyle. Our members vary from casual skaters participating for fitness to highly competitive athletes.
We can be found skating in Upper Tantallon at the St.Margaret’s Centre on the Olympic sized Smith Arena during the fall and winter season, on the Halifax Emera Oval during the winter, and continuing in the off-season with Dryland programming.
Northside Blades Speed Skating Club
The North Side Blades Speed Skating Club offers skating programs at the Sydney Mines & District Community Centre. The club provides the opportunity for members to learn how to speed skate, and develop their skating skills for recreation and/or competition.
Nova Scotia Masters Speed Skating
The Nova Scotia Masters Speed Skating Club skates primarily at the Emera Oval and offers a range of programs from speed skate beginners to competitive training. Masters is a term used to identify a competition age group of skaters over 30. The NSMSSC membership ranges from young adults to seniors.
Speedy Kids Oval Program Society
The Speedy Kids Oval Program Society offers inline and ice skating and speed skating programs for children and youth that are accessible and affordable for all HRM families. Speedy Kids practices take place at the Oval in Halifax and Sportsplex in Dartmouth. Our board members, coaches, and officials are dedicated volunteers.