Welcome to CSSC!
We are so excited to start preparing for the 2021-2022 season and we want you to join us! We have teams for all ages and skill levels, no synchro experience necessary.
Alberta is moving back to Step 1, effective 11:59 pm on April 6 2021, so in accordance with the Government of Alberta’s announcement, we can only host team placement sessions for folks 18 years of age and younger at this time.
Come Skate with Us!
In accordance with the Government of Alberta’s announcement, Alberta is moving back to Step 1, effective 11:59 pm on April 6 2021. Until we hear differently from Skate Canada Section AB/NUN/NWT, this means that:
For 18 years and under we will go ahead with the planned team placement sessions in April and May. Restrictions will be as follows:
- Maximum of 9 skaters and one coach. Or two groups of 8 skaters, each group with one coach
- 3m distance on ice between skaters. 2m between people at all other times.
- Masks are not required for skaters. Coaches will wear masks.
- No spectators. No change room access.
Unfortunately for those 19 years and over team placement group sessions will be postponed until adult groups are permitted. Skaters 19 years and over may be offered a 1:1 skills assessment with a coach – you will be contacted by email if this applies to you.
Thank you again for your patience and commitment as we work together to live life and stay safe.
CSSC takes COVID-19 mitigation seriously in our preparations for 2020/21 skate season. In returning to skate, our approaches align with policy, procedure and protocol advocated by Alberta Provincial Government, AHS and Skate Canada.
For further information please see details in your team's Black Gold TeamSnap/FILES/COVID-19.
Any questions? Please reach out to the covid-19-mitigation team at email@example.com.
Skate with the Black Gold Teams!
We're always looking for more skaters to join the CSSC Black Gold family! If you're interested, please fill out our new skater form and we'll be in touch.
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