SKATE SALE - Wednesday, October 24th

Skate sale Wednesday October 24th from 5-8pm! Click here for more information.

TEST DAY SCHEDULE - October 23rd

Click here to view the Test Day Schedule.


PA of the Month – Saisha Chebium

Saisha absolutely loves skating and being on the ice! She began skating at three years old. As a PA, she hopes to inspire the young skaters to share her love for skating. “Being a PA teaches me responsibility and gives me a sense of community. I really like working with the coaches.”
Outside of skating, Saisha plays the violin and loves to read, specifically the Harry Potter series. She loves to do adventurous things with her family such as zip lining, rock climbing and the ropes course. She also really likes to play with her little brother and make him laugh.

Skater of the Month – Mackenzie Ripley

Mackenzie really enjoys skating, she has been passionate about it since a very young age. She began skating at six years old. She is working really hard with her partner Owen and her coaches Kris and Kristy and enjoys every bit of it! She looks forward to continue to work hard and improve every day.
Mackenzie attends Bluevale Collegiate Institute. In her spare time she enjoys helping young kids and loves cute dogs.

Rachel Kerswill - Marketing & Events Manager

KWSC would like to announce that our Marketing & Events Manager, Rachel Kerswill, will be on maternity leave as of September 24th. Everyone at KWSC is wishing you all the best on your maternity leave, you will be missed. We know you will love being a mom and will enjoy all the new baby experiences, such as no sleep, dirty diapers, and the peaceful sounds of crying. Rest assured, KWSC will be here to support and offer you a place of solitude - and baby holders!

Congratulations on this very special moment. The countdown begins from today. Take care of yourself and the baby!

From the KWSC Family.



Caroline Kravets began skating at four years old. She is now working towards getting her double axel with her Coach Victoria Bernardo. In the upcoming season she is competing in Juvenile and Star 7 categories. Caroline is also doing ice dance and loves it! Most of all, she appreciates all the coaches that have helped her reach her goals!

Outside of skating, Caroline really enjoys hanging out with her friends and reading comics, going to the beach with family, singing, and dancing. While in school, her favourite subjects are gym class and art.


Hieu Nguyen began skating at age fifteen in a Teen CanSkate program at KWSC and is now participating in the STAR program.

Hieu chose to be a PA because skating is a great sport and he loves to help others. ‘Being a PA is awesome because you get to meet a lot of people and make new friends.’

Outside of skating, Hieu enjoys playing ping pong, volleyball, watching kung-fu movies and learning how to speak Mandarin.

Mackenzie Ripley and Owen Brawley invited to attend the 2018 NextGen Development Camp

We are so excited to announce that KWSC’s very own Mackenzie Ripley and Owen Brawley have been invited by Skate Canada to attend the 2018 NextGen Development Camp taking place in Vancouver, BC from September 13-15, 2018.

The Skate Canada NextGen Team and program was created to support the operations of Skate Canada’s high-performance development system. The purpose is to ensure athletes and coaches advance at their maximum potential through development and training opportunities, in order to be the best in the World and Olympic Games. The program is delivered in partnership with the skater’s respective Skate Canada Sections (PSO), Own The Podium, and the Canadian Sport Institutes.

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