Code of Ethics (PDF)
Patinage Quebec Security Regulations (PDF)
Policy on Helmets (PDF)
Skater’s Code of Conduct
Skating is a sport that requires safe and courteous behaviour from all participants, both on and off the ice, in order to ensure their own and others’ safety. It is the skater’s responsibility to be aware of and practice the rules of safety and etiquette below:
- Only registered Skate Canada members are permitted on the ice, except in a medical emergency.
- Food, drink, and gum are not permitted on the ice. Plastic water bottles only are permitted if left at the boards.
- Cell phones are prohibited on the ice.
- Skaters must clear the ice in a prompt manner at the end of each session.
- Skaters must check for other skaters when leaving the boards.
- Skaters are expected to be skating at all times while on the ice.
- After a fall, skaters should try to get up immediately in order to keep the pathway clear for other skaters.
- Skaters performing a solo must learn to manoeuvre around other skaters.
- The skater whose music is playing has the right of way.
- Skaters should use the centre of the ice for practicing spins.
- Ends of the rink and corners should be used for preparations of jumps.
- Abusive or aggressive behaviour will not be tolerated.
Consititution and By-laws
Constitution (2008) (English Only)
Lettres patentes (1956) (French Only)
Lettres patentes supplémentaires (1998) (French Only)