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This is the Home Page of the Cote-Saint- Luc Figure Skating Club (CSL FSC/CPA CSL).

We are happy to announce opening of the club's fall/winter 2021-22 season, following the Health Quebec and the Patinage Quebec’s guidelines.

CanSkate groups will reopen on Saturday Feb 5, 2022. The schedule for all the groups remains the same. The City administration agreed to extend the programs completion dates until April, 14 to make up for the missed classes.

Please note the importance of the following Covid-19 rules established by health authorities. They remain the same as they were in the fall, before the lockdown. 


Registration for Private lessons continues on our Registration page. Please contact a coach before proceeding with any registration.

Registrations for Groups has been stopped,  as all the  programs are filled. There will be a special announcement about the Spring Groups (April-May).

If you are not sure which program to choose, please see the details on dedicated pages:

Please visit our new FAQ page for more information about Group lessons.


CSL FSC Annual General Meeting will be held on June 22 at 7:30 PM via Zoom.

If you would like to participate, please contact us via email and we'll send you the link.  

COVID-19 Rules

As  per Government regulations masks are no longer required in the arena. However, to ensure safety of all program participants and minimize spread of Covid-19, all spectators should remain seated and respect distancing whenever possible. 

About Us

Our club is a non-profit organization supported by volunteers who ensure it continues to function in accordance with the regulations and policies of Skate Canada. You can find our club at the Samuel Moskovitch Arena located in the city of
Côte Saint-Luc on the Island of Montreal.

We offer skating programs for all ages and abilities according to standards that have been set by Skate Canada. Our
club has more than 250 members who participate in one or more of our skating programs and/or off-ice programs.

Our mission is to enable skaters of all levels to achieve their goals in a positive and safe environment.

Please read our policies, terms and conditions carefully before using our online registration system because by using
our online registration system you are accepting our policies as well as our terms and conditions. 

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Learn to skate in group

Pre-CanSkate (age 3.5 to 5) and CanSkate for beginner skaters (Badges 1-4), are our most popular program for those wanting to learn how to skate. Unfortunately, due to Covid-19 restrictions beginner groups can only accept kids, who are able to walk on ice and get up from a fall without assistance, because physical contact between coaches and skaters is not permitted.

Advanced CanSkate is for skaters with badges 3 and up and allows you to continue to develop more advanced skills.

Advanced CanPower is our program for those wishing to skate in hockey skates, it is often suitable for those wishing to play hockey or ringette in the future. This program focuses on skating drills and puck handling.

For more information, see Our Programs and Group Lessons and visit Skate Canada.

Private or semi-private lessons

STARSkate and CanSkate Programs

We offer the STARSkate program which is a figure skating program and CanSkate program for beginners.

You can also register for private or semi-private lessons (children ages 3+).

For more information on STARSkate and CanSkate please visit Skate Canada.