COVID Policy

  • MBSC will follow Skate Canada return to play protocols, in conjunction with local and provincial guidelines.

  • All on ice programming will focus on keeping participants 2 meters from each other.

  • Every person entering the arena must wear a facemask.  Masks can be removed upon entering the ice surface.

  • Maximum one parent/guardian can accompany their child into the arena for Canskate only.  Absolutely no siblings or additional family members will be allowed.

  • Attendance will be taken at every session to assist with contact tracing.

  • All participants should self-monitor and not come to skating if they have any symptoms or exposures.

  • Skaters are expected to arrive at the arena ready to go on the ice, and are expected to leave the arena as soon as they leave the ice.

  • Only skaters that can get up off the ice without assistance, listen, and follow instructions are to be registered at this time.

Refund Policy

  • New skaters wishing to withdraw from the program may only apply for a refund during the month of October.  All refund requests must be received by no later than October 30, 2020. Please note that the $44 Skate Canada fee/Safe sport fee and a $50 administration charge will not be refunded. 

  • Returning skaters may be eligible for a partial refund if they are injured or sick for 3 or more consecutive weeks and are unable to skate.  The amount of the refund will be determined on a case by case basis, depending on the amount of time away.

Fundraising Policy

  • At registration, you will be required to purchase $100 of raffle tickets for each skater; a maximum of $200 per family.  You will receive tickets during the second week of skating.

  • The draw will be held Wednesday March 31, 2021.

  • No replacement will be made for lost ticket books.

Event Policy

There will be no event volunteer requirements this year due to large gathering restrictions related to COVID-19. 

Rowan's Law - Concussion Policy

Skate Ontario has developed a standardized best practice Concussion Policy for the sport of figure skating in Ontario. This policy is not age dependent, all skaters, coaches, officials, and volunteers must be treated in the same manner.

 

Though concussions are common sport injuries, particularly among children and adolescents, their sometimes subtle symptoms may go unnoticed. Without identification and proper management, a concussion can result in permanent or severe brain damage.

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