The Trenton Figure Skating Club has been a member of Skate Canada Eastern Ontario since 1957, and is proud to call the Duncan McDonald Memorial Community Gardens home. We are looking forward to another successful season for all our skaters - Pre-Canskate through to Gold Level.

A child’s participation in skating is important given its potential to improve physical fitness and confidence through learning skills and successes, promote fair play and to start lifetime interests, social skills and positive approach to competition.  Through participation in figure skating children can have fun, develop new skills, make new friends, feel good about themselves and experience personal growth.

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  • Alaine Chartrand to sit out the 2019-2020 Grand Prix and Challenger Series Events
    OTTAWA, ON: Two-time Canadian Champion Alaine Chartrand, 23, Prescott, Ont., will not compete on the 2019-2020 Grand Prix and Challenger series events. Chartrand has relocated to Vancouver, B.C., where she will coach at the Burnaby Skating Club and the Sunset Skating Club this summer. In the fall she will continue her studies in kinesiology at
  • Skate Canada Announces 2019-2020 National Team
    OTTAWA, ON: Skate Canada is pleased to announce the 2019-2020 National Team. The team is consisted of 27 members, which includes six men, three women, four pair teams and five ice dance teams. To be named to the National Team, a skater must finish in the top three in senior men, women, pair and ice
  • Canadian medallists headline the 2019 Skate Canada International in Kelowna
    ISU announces line-up for Grand Prix events OTTAWA, ON: The International Skating Union (ISU) has announced the line-ups for the six 2019 ISU Grand Prix of Figure Skating events. Canada will host the second stop on the circuit, the 2019 Skate Canada International in Kelowna, British Columbia, from October 25-27, 2019, at Prospera Place. The
  • Kaitlyn Weaver & Andrew Poje stepping away from competition
    OTTAWA, ON: Three-time Canadian ice dance champions Kaitlyn Weaver, 30, Toronto, Ont., and Andrew Poje, 32, Waterloo, Ont., have decided to step away from competition for the time being. Weaver and Poje will use their time away from the Grand Prix and Challenger series events to evaluate their future plans and will provide an update
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