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Lucan Skating Club Policies


Lucan Skating Club advocates and practices the principles of Skate Canada's Safe Sport Framework.

Skate Canada Helmet Policy

Helmets are MANDATORY on the CanSkate session (Stage 5 and lower). Please make sure your skater is wearing a CSA certified hockey helmet while on the ice.

Review the Skate Canada helmet use policy here.

Rowan's Law - Concussion Safety Policy

In accordance with the Government of Ontario's implementation of Rowan's Law (Concussion Safety), each and every family is required to sign the Rowan’s Law Acknowledgement Form prior to their skater entering the ice surface with NO EXCEPTIONS to this rule. It is a requirement that these forms are retained on file by the club, and Skate Ontario and/or the government of Ontario may audit the forms to ensure compliance.


Please submit your signed form in one of two ways:

1. scan your signed form and email it to the club at OR

2. submit your signed form to the coaches on your first day of skating


Rowan's law Acknowledgement Form for athletes and parents/guardians


Athletes under 26 and parents/guardians of athletes under 18 years of age must confirm that they have reviewed the Government of Ontario Concussion Awareness Resources and Skate Ontario’s Concussion Code of Conduct for Athletes and Parents/Guardians below prior to registration and/or on the first day of skating.

Concussion Code of Conduct for Athletes and Parents/Guardians


Learn how to prevent, identify, and manage concussions here: Rowan's Law: Concussion Safety


Below you will find the links to the age-appropriate Concussion Awareness Resources/e-booklets for review:

Rowan's Law Booklet, ages 15 and up

Rowan's Law Booklet, ages 11-14

Rowan's Law Booklet, ages 10 and under

Skate Canada Code of Ethics

Lucan Skating Club is committed to following Skate Canada's Code of Ethics.

This code of ethics applies to all skaters, coaches, board members, and volunteers of Skate Canada and its affiliate organizations.

This code of ethics also applies to parents and guardians who participate in and observe related activities.