May 16th- Practice Cancelled

May 16, 2022

Due to the rain, forecast, and soaked track, this evening’s skating is cancelled. See you next week.


April 25- Skating Cancelled

April 25, 2022

Once again, rain strikes skating down. This evening’s skating is cancelled.

Here is a picture of the before times in early April, when it didn’t rain (or snow) every Monday. See you next week????


April 18th – Skating Cancelled Due to Rain And Forecast

April 18, 2022

Today’s practice is cancelled as rain is starting to fall in parts of the city and the forecast is calling for much more rain this evening. See you next week!


2022 TISC Season- Info, Registration

March 23, 2022

All the information related to the Toronto Inline Skating Club’s 2022 season and how to register with the Toronto Inline Skating Club is included in this post. If you have questions, please contact torontoinlin@yahoo.com

The Toronto Inline Skating Club open its 2022 season on Monday April 4th 2022 at 6pm on the 400-meter track next to Father Redmond School at Colonel Samuel Smith Park. Skating will be weather dependent (conditions must be dry and safe – this site & FB page will be updated if practice is cancelled). The season will conclude with the final skate on September 26 2022.

1 of 11- HOW TO JOIN

All components of registration for membership must be completed prior to participating in TISC activities.

  1. Read and review the following documents (no need to print or submit them as you’ll be submitting agreement in the form below): 1) The Waiver [Waiver for Member] [Waiver for Visitor or Guest], 2) TISC Equity Climate Governance statement, and 3) COVID-19 Assumption of Risk
  2. Read all the information below that follows below
  3. Complete and submit the membership application form below (scroll down), which by submitting indicates you have reviewed and agree to the three documents under point 1 (Waiver, Equity Climate Statement, COVID-19 Assumption of Risk)
  4. Complete payment; TISC will accept payment via Paypal (you will be invoiced somewhat shortly after you have submitted your registration), cheque or cash (must be submitted in-person prior to participation)

2 of 11- HEALTH AND SAFETY INCLUDING COVID-19

  • ONTARIO COVID-19 SELF ASSESSMENT: Complete the Ontario COVID-19 Self Assessment prior to arrival at the venue/ location for participation in TISC programming and activities, and only attend and participate when the screening allows. [Click here for Ontario COVID-19 Self Assessment]
  • SIGN-IN: Complete sign-in: prior to participating in TISC programming and activities, sign-in must be completed. This includes physically signing a paper proving attendance. A sign-in area will be set-up and designated.
  • REQUIRED SAFETY EQUIPMENT: Helmet (CSA, EN, ASTM, CPSC or Snell B90/B95) and hand/ palm/ wrist protection (such as gloves, wrist guard, palm sliders) are required for ALL in order to participate. Helmet should NOT be damaged and should be one that hasn’t made contact with ground or any other surfaces/ items in a fall and should be in good condition. Skaters 15 years old and younger must wear elbow and knee protection as well. This equipment must by properly worm at all times while on the field of play (track).
  • SANITIZER: Sanitizer will be available on-site and available for TISC Members, Guests, and Visitors, and Accompanying Parties.
  • FACE COVERING: Face coverings and masks are not mandatory. An announcement will be made if there is a change to face covering requirements.
  • DISTANCE FROM OTHERS: Distancing from others is not being enforced. An announcement will be made if there is a change of requirement for distancing from others.
  • TISC COVID-19 WAIVER: Please review the COVID-19 Waiver [Click here to read TISC’s COVID-19 Waiver]

3 of 11- INSURANCE

The Toronto Inline Skating Club has purchased an insurance plan in order to operate and offer programming and activities. Members, Guests, and Visitors of the Toronto Inline Skating Club do not have access to or coverage for Sport Accident insurance through membership to TISC or via participation in TISC programming and activities. Those who participate with TISC (Members, Visitors, Guests) are responsible for all costs related to injuries and sport accident sustained during and related to TISC programming and activities. It is recommended that Members, Visitors, and Guests assess their own risk and exposure and consider any liabilities and potential costs related to sport accidents and injuries and make their own decision related to purchasing or not purchasing Sport Accident insurance.

4 of 11- WHAT TO BRING

This is a list of some of what you’ll need for a better experience skating with TISC:

  • Helmet (mandatory, certified by CSA, EN, ASTM, CPSC or Snell B90/B95) that fits properly and has not made contact with the ground and is not damaged during a fall
  • Skates (all types of skates are suitable)
  • Wrist guards or palm protection (mandatory)
  • Water bottle (with what you need to hydrate, for example water, sports drink) + nutrition (what you need to eat and consume- energy bars, gels, etc.)
  • Clothing for activity, suitable for the day’s weather
  • Skaters 15 years old and younger must wear elbow and knee protection as well

5 of 11- WHO SHOULD SKATE WITH TISC

If you can start rolling, stop safely, turn in both directions, skate on a variety of terrain (up hill, downhill, rough asphalt, over curbs, hop over small obstacles), and you’re stable on your skates, then TISC is the right place for you to improve your fitness, technique, group skills, and race strategies.

We hope to provide programming focused on younger skaters in late-May.

6 of 11- PROGRAMMING AND HOW PRACTICE WILL BE DELIVERED

The 2022 TISC season will see a return to traditional activities, including group skating featuring drafting, technical work, relays, interval programs, distance skating, and drills to enhance skills and agility.

Grouping will be a core organizational component, where skaters will be in fluid and flexible groups at various times based on a variety of criteria, including skills, speed, age, size, interest, and stability on skates.

One coach, Peter Doucet, will lead practices. Additional coaches, instructors, leaders, and volunteers will contribute to held deliver more targeted programming as well as supervise & manage activities (for example group leaders within a pack/ group).

7 of 11- GUESTS & VISITORS

The Toronto Inline Skating Club will offer two options outside of TISC membership for Guest and Visitors

  • GUEST: A guest is defined as an individual who has never held a TISC membership at any time prior to 2022. The cost is $20 to participate in two (2) TISC session/ activity/ practice held any Monday in 2022. An individual may act as a Guest (paying $20 for two TISC session/ activity/ practice) one time. To continue participating in TISC programming and activities after an individual has acted as a guest, the individual must either do so as a visitor or as a member.
  • VISITOR: A visitor is defined as an individual who has held a TISC membership at any time prior to 2022. The cost is $20 to participate in one (1) TISC session/ activity/ practice held any Monday in 2022. The number of times an individual may attend and participate as a visitor is unlimited. Each TISC session/ activity/ practice will cost $20 for the individual.

8 of 11- RENTAL SKATES

TISC has a supply of rental racing skates (low boots, carbon fiber shell, big wheels!) available to its members. To receive rental skates, all components of TISC membership must be complete, payment and forms must first be completed and deposits must be made prior to skates being rented.

Cost is $100 for the season starting in April to end of September + a $400 security deposit (post dated cheque which will be returned when the rental skaters are returned to TISC in similar condition than when rented), $50 is skates are returned within 1-month of the start of the rental. As the outdoor season passes (April to September), the rental rate is reduced by $10 for each month (example: $100 to rent April to September, $90 May to September, $80 June to September…). To rent skates, please speak with a club volunteer or coach at practice.

9 of 11- EVENTS, SPECIAL PRACTICES

TISC aims to host a special event during one of the TISC Monday session/ activity/ practices, dedicated to young skaters in late-May 2022. It is possible that more than 50 skaters under 10-years of age will attend this special event. We will announce the exact date at a later time. That will NOT be a usual session/ activity/ practice.

We also hope to host two weekend events, competitions on the track- one in June or July and a second in August. More details later.

10 of 11- ADDITIONAL INFORMATION, RULES

  • Use of helmet and hand or wrist protection is compulsory. You must wear your protective equipment at all times. Additional equipment (wrist and knee protection and mouth guard) is recommended.
  • Skaters 15 years old and younger must wear elbow and knee protection. Parents/ guardians can sign-off on required use of elbow and/ or knee protection.
  • Use of personal listening devices & earphones (mp3 players, ect.) is forbidden
  • Prior to skating with TISC, membership application must be completed and all relevant documents (waivers, health, equity) must be reviewed, and payment must be completed.
  • Bring your own water/ hydration/ food/ nutrition.
  • Sign-in must be completed prior to participation.
  • Follow the passing rules for the location (if unsure please ask the coach or instructor).  Leave lots of room between yourself and the skater(s) you’re passing (about 1-meter). On the 400-meter track, it is customary to skate on the left side (inside) and pass/ overtake/ overlap on the right side.
  • Each member or guest must sign in on the “Sign In” sheet at each practice.
  • Stay alert to others using venues- tracks, trails and streets- and be courteous at all times. Be mindful of, and vigilant for, other participants, skaters, cyclists, pedestrians and motor vehicles, which may share the road and may constitute a danger to you. Occasionally you will encounter those who act in a reckless or dangerous manner. Do not initiate a confrontation, but rather, if the situation warrants it, report the person/vehicle to the police. During TISC programming and activities, coach, instructor, or a TISC volunteer will handle the situation.
  • Avoid water, sand, dirt, grass, oil, debris, uneven or broken pavement, manhole covers and ‘road snakes’ (cracks sealed with tar). When skating in packs or groups, alert others to any oncoming hazards verbally and/or by pointing to the hazard side.
  • Please consult the website, and use the facebook page, and listen-up at practice for practice and event cancellations due to weather conditions (made approximately 1-2 hour prior to start time) and/ or club attendance at competitions, other special club events.
  • Please review and familiarize yourself with the section on Equity, Climate and Governance
  • Unless otherwise noted, all practice venues are alcohol free and smoking is prohibited. These are policies and requirements of property owners and managements of the venues and facilities where TISC holds permits for the use of the venues and facilities.
  • TISC programming and activities make use of group and individual drills and moment. This includes skating in groups, drafting, passing, moving and switching positions within the group (pack/ peloton), relays, technical drills, agility exercises, time-trials, wide and sharp turns, accelerations, decelerations, pacing, pursuits, races, competitions, balancing drills, isolating skating movements, and timed events.
  • Group skating typically features contact between skaters such as hands on the lower back/ hips.
  • When following/ drafting a skaters in a pack/ paceline, try to match the timing of your step/ push – for example, both skaters extending and pushing with the right skate at the same time.

11 of 11- REGISTRATION FORM, FEES

Individual Registration DateAdultStudent, 55 years +
May 2 2022$220$165
May 9 2022$210$157.50
May 16 2022$200$150
Ongoing…$10 less each week$7.50 less each week
Family Registration DateFamily of 2Family of 3/ Family of 4 (inquire for family of 5 or more)
May 2 2022$352$462/ $616
May 9 2022$336$441/ $588
May 16 2022$320$420/ $560
Ongoing…$16 less each week$21 less each week/ $28 less each week

Completing and submitting this application indicates you have reviewed and agree to the documents (linked at the beginning of this post): 1) The Waiver , 2) TISC Equity Climate Governance statement, and 3) COVID-19 Assumption of Risk. There is NO NEED TO SIGN ANY DOCUMENTS. The submission of your application is considered as your review and agreement. A Paypal invoice will be sent to you at the e-mail address you submitted. Please check your junk-mail folder.

For family members, please complete an application for EVERY individual. For example, a family of three would submit three membership applications.

*UPDATED APRIL 2ND 11:15AM – ALL THE INFORMATION IS UP-TO-DATE AND COMPLETE. PLEASE CONTACT US AT TORONTOINLINE@YAHOO.COM IF THERE ARE ANY ERRORS, IF ANY INFORMATION IS MISSING, OR IF YOU HAVE ADDITIONAL QUESTIONS*


Notice: 2022 TISC Annual General Meeting: March 20th at 7pm

March 6, 2022

The Toronto Inline Skating Club will hold its Annual General Meeting on Sunday, March 20th at 7pm.

Full meeting details, including how to join the meeting (it will be held virtually via Zoom), the Agenda, the Proposed Budget, and the Minutes from the last Meeting (April 2021) will be shared with all who register prior to the meeting.

The Toronto Inline Skating Club’s Annual General Meeting is open to those who were members of TISC in 2021. In order to PARTICIPATE (or if you have questions), please REGISTER by contacting torontoinline@yahoo.com


TISC Offering to Pay for Course to be Recognized as World Skate Coach

February 17, 2022

World Skate, the international governing body for roller sports, is offering a coaching course starting February 26th. The course will be held in 8 sessions over 4 weekends and will serve to recognize coaches.

TISC is offering to pay for the course for TISC members who wish to become recognized as a World Skate Coach. In order to be reimbursed, TISC members selected for this opportunity will be required to coach 12 practices. Another requirement for reimbursement is to complete Safe Sport training.

Please contact us at torontoinline@yahoo.com to make arrangements.


2021 TISC- Info, Membership Application

August 1, 2021

All the information related to the Toronto Inline Skating Club’s 2021 season and how to register with the Toronto Inline Skating Club is included in this post. If you have questions, please contact torontoinlin@yahoo.com

The Toronto Inline Skating Club will resume activities on Monday August 2nd 2021 at 6pm on the 400-meter track next to Father Redmond School at Colonel Samuel Smith Park. TISC members and guest will be able to enjoy skating every Monday, weather dependent (must be dry conditions), until the final session on September 27th 2021.

Please carefully review the following information. The membership application form for all is below).

HOW TO JOIN

All components of registration for membership must be completed prior to participating in TISC activities.

  1. Read and review the following documents (no need to print or submit them: 1) The Waiver [Waiver for Member] [Waiver for Visitor or Guest], 2) TISC Equity Climate Governance statement, and 3) COVID-19 Assumption of Risk
  2. Read all the information below that follows below
  3. Complete and submit the membership application form below (scroll down), which by submitting indicates you have reviewed and agree to the three documents under point 1 (Waiver, Equity Climate Statement, COVID-19 Assumption of Risk)
  4. Complete payment; TISC will accept payment via Paypal (you will be invoiced somewhat shortly after you have submitted your registration), cheque or cash (must be submitted in-person prior to participation)

COVID-19 – HEALTH AND SAFETY

  • ONTARIO COVID-19 SELF ASSESSMENT: Complete the Ontario COVID-19 Self Assessment prior to arrival at the venue/ location for participation in TISC programming and activities, and only attend and participate when the screening allows. [Click here for Ontario COVID-19 Self Assessment]
  • SIGN-IN: Complete sign-in: prior to participating in TISC programming and activities, sign-in must be completed. This includes completing COVID-19 screening and physically signing a paper proving attendance. Attendance and participation can only occur if the screening allows. A sign-in area will be set-up and designated. Distance from others (see below) will be enforced and must be adhered.
  • SANITIZER: Sanitizer will be available on-site and available for TISC Members, Guests, and Visitors, and Accompanying Parties.
  • FACE COVERING: Bring a face covering for use when at the venue/ location of TISC programming and activities. A face covering must cover both the mouth and chin. These will be required to be worn at certain moments during TISC programming and activities. When face covering are required will be communicated and monitored by the Coach and/ or Instructor and/ or TISC Volunteers.
  • DISTANCE FROM OTHERS: Unless informed otherwise by Coach and/ or Instructor and/ or TISC Volunteers, TISC Members, Guests, and Visitors, and Accompanying Parties, Coaches, Instructors, Volunteers must remain 3-meters from other TISC Members, Guests, and Visitors, and Accompanying Parties, Coaches, Instructors, Volunteers who do not reside in the same household.
  • SAFETY PLAN: The Toronto Inline Skating Club has developed a Safety Plan. You can review it here. It will also be printed and available on-site during TISC programming and activities. [Click here for safety plan]
  • TISC COVID-19 WAIVER: Please review the COVID-19 Waiver [Click here to read TISC’s COVID-19 Waiver]

INSURANCE

The Toronto Inline Skating Club has purchased an insurance plan in order to operated and offer programming and activities. Members, Guests, and Visitors of the Toronto Inline Skating Club do not have access to or coverage for Sport Accident insurance through membership to TISC or via participation in TISC programming and activities. Those who participate with TISC (Members, Visitors, Guests) are responsible for all costs related to injuries and sport accident sustained during and related to TISC programming and activities. It is recommended that Members, Visitors, and Guests assess their own risk and exposure and consider any liabilities and potential costs related to sport accidents and injuries and make their own decision related to purchasing or not purchasing Sport Accident insurance.

WHAT TO BRING

This is a list of what you’ll need for a better experience skating with TISC:

  • Helmet (mandatory) that fits properly and has not made contact with the ground and is not damaged during a fall
  • Skates (all types of skates are suitable)
  • Wrist guards or palm protection (mandatory)
  • Water bottle (filled with water)
  • Clothing for activity, suitable for the day’s weather

WHO SHOULD SKATE

If you can start rolling, stop safely, turn in both directions, skate on a variety of terrain (up hill, downhill, rough asphalt, over curbs, hop over small obstacles), and you’re stable on your skates, then TISC is the right place for you to improve your fitness, technique, group skills, and race strategies.

PROGRAMMING AND HOW PRACTICE WILL BE DELIVERED

You can expect the 2021 TISC programming and activities to be deeply influenced by COVID-19 prevention measures and health and safety considerations. This means a lot of activities offered at TISC will be individual and technical drills. Pacing, timed, and pursuit activities will also be used. There will also be agility-based activates offered.

There will be minimal drafting (skating close behind another skater) and no relays until it has been made clear through health regulations, health and safety considerations, facility owners and operators (the City of Toronto), and other regulatory bodies and authorities that these can safely and legally take place. 

GUESTS & VISITORS

The Toronto Inline Skating Club will offer two options outside of TISC membership for Guest and Visitors

  • GUEST: A guest is defined as an individual who has never held a TISC membership at any time prior to 2021. The cost is $20 to participate in two (2) TISC session/ activity/ practice held any Monday in August and September 2021 from 6pm to 8pm. An individual may act as a guest one time. To continue participating in TISC programming and activities after an individual has acted as a guest, the individual must either do so as a visitor or as a member.
  • VISITOR: A visitor is defined as an individual who has held a TISC membership at any time prior to 2021. The cost is $20 to participate in one (1) TISC session/ activity/ practice held any Monday in August and September 2021 from 6pm to 8pm. The number of times an individual may attend and participate as a visitor is unlimited. Each TISC session/ activity/ practice will cost $20 for the individual.

RENTAL SKATES

TISC has a supply of rental racing skates (low boots, carbon fiber shell, big wheels!) available to its members. To receive rental skates, all components of TISC membership must be complete, payment and forms must first be completed and deposits must be made prior to skates being rented.

Cost is $100 for the season starting in April to end of September + a $400 security deposit (post dated cheque which will be returned when the rental skaters are returned to TISC in similar condition than when rented), $50 is skates are returned within 1-month of the start of the rental. As the outdoor season passes (April to September), the rental rate is reduced by $10 for each month (example: $100 to rent April to September, $90 May to September, $80 June to September…). To rent skates, please speak with a club volunteer at practice or communicate with us at torontoinline@yahoo.com

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION, RULES

  • Use of helmet and hand or wrist protection is compulsory. You must wear your protective equipment at all times. Additional equipment (wrist and knee protection and mouth guard) is recommended.
  • Skaters 15 years old and younger must wear elbow and knee protection. Parents/ guardians can sign-off on required use of elbow and/ or knee protection.
  • Use of personal listening devices & earphones (mp3 players, etc) is forbidden
  • Prior to skating with TISC, membership application must be completed and all relevant documents (waivers, health, equity) must be reviewed, and payment must be completed.
  • Bring your own water/ hydration/ food/ nutrition.
  • Sign-in must be completed prior to participation.
  • Follow the passing rules for the location (if unsure please ask the coach or instructor).  Leave lots of room between yourself and the skater(s) you’re passing.
  • Each member or guest must sign in on the “Sign In” sheet at each practice.
  • Stay alert to others using venues- tracks, trails and streets- and be courteous at all times. Be mindful of, and vigilant for, other participants, skaters, cyclists, pedestrians and motor vehicles, which may share the road and may constitute a danger to you. Occasionally you will encounter those who act in a reckless or dangerous manner. Do not initiate a confrontation, but rather, if the situation warrants it, report the person/vehicle to the police. During TISC programming and activities, coach, instructor, or a TISC volunteer will handle the situation.
  • Avoid water, sand, dirt, grass, oil, debris, uneven or broken pavement, manhole covers and ‘road snakes’ (cracks sealed with tar). When skating in packs or groups, alert others to any oncoming hazards verbally and/or by pointing to the hazard side.
  • Please consult the website, and use the facebook page, and listen-up at practice for practice and event cancellations due to weather conditions (made approximately 1-2 hour prior to start time) and/ or club attendance at competitions, other special club events.
  • Please review and familiarize yourself with the section on Equity, Climate and Governance
  • Unless otherwise noted, all practice venues are alcohol free and smoking is prohibited. These are policies and requirements of property owners and managements of the venues and facilities where TISC holds permits for the use of the venues and facilities.
  • TISC programming and activities make use of group and individual drills and moment. This includes skating in groups, drafting, passing, moving and switching positions within the group (pack/ peloton), relays, technical drills, agility exercises, time-trials, wide and sharp turns, accelerations, decelerations, pacing, pursuits, races, competitions, balancing drills, isolating skating movements, and timed events.

REGISTRATION FORM, FEES

Registration DateFee for individual adultFee for Student, 55 years and over, and one additional Family Member. For 3rd and each subsequent additional family member reduce the fee below by $20
August 2$165$130
August 16$130$100
August 30$90$70
September 13 $55$40

Completing and submitting this application indicates you have reviewed and agree to the documents (linked at the beginning of this post): 1) The Waiver , 2) TISC Equity Climate Governance statement, and 3) COVID-19 Assumption of Risk. There is NO NEED TO SIGN the documents. The submission of your application is considered as your review and agreement. A Paypal invoice will be sent to you.

For family members, please complete an application for each individual. For example, a family of three would submit three membership applications.


Let’s Roll: TISC to Resume Skating August 2nd

July 23, 2021

That’s right! We’re baaack! Actually, TISC never went away. We’ve just been waiting, and planning, and waiting. And finally, we strike! We will be able to roll!!!

With the help of several meetings, a lot of paper work, safety precautions, permit and insurance requirements, sorting through a lot of confusion and uncertainty, the TISC Board of Directors is pumped up and supper happy to let you know we will be rolling again on the 400-meter track at Father Redmond (near Lake Shore and Kipling in Etobicoke (Toronto)) starting Monday August 2nd at 6pm.

Yes, things WILL be different, but skating itself will reign supreme!

  • Skating will take place on Mondays for all of August and September at 6pm, weather permitting
  • COVID-19 prevention measures and keeping everyone safe will influence how the skating program is delivered
  • Membership fees will be structured differently than in the past, more info coming later
  • There will be NO Sport Accident insurance through TISC. Those who skate with TISC (members, visitors, guests) are responsible for all costs related to injuries and sport accident sustained during and related to TISC activities and programming
  • All wishing to participate will be required to 1) pre-register online (the form should be online on our website late next week or over the weekend of July 31/ August 1); a couple of days before practice), 2) pay all fees (we take Paypal), 3) complete sign-in which includes a health check and attestation related to COVID-19, 4) as usual have your skates and all required protective equipment and be ready to rock on skates

For 2021, TISC will only skate on Mondays. We used to use the 200-meter track at Lake Shore and Brown’s Line. But if you go there and check out the track for yourself, you’ll see all gates are locked and there are portables that have been installed directly on the track!

We hope to have full and complete details online, with the site (mostly) updated by next weekend (July 31/ August 1). Stay tuned, and keep on touch on TISC’s Facebook page or via e-mail at torontoinline@yahoo.com


Early June 2021 Update- Brampton Speed Skating

June 3, 2021

Hello skaters! TISC is hoping to get rolling at some point this year, but there is no clarity (yet) about when we will be able to resume operations and start skating.

Some skaters will be meeting to skate soon, and these meetings are NOT TISC organized or sanctioned events. We are simply raising awareness of group skates, practices, training opportunities, and meetings. Coach Larry Magloire, long-time TISC member since 1993, will be hosting skating practices in Brampton at Bramalea Secondary School (510 Balmoral Drive, Brampton, Ontario, L6T-1W4) on Saturday mornings at 9:30am.

Please note this is not learn-to-skate. Those wishing to attend should have the ability to start and stop rolling, be well balance on skates without toppling over, be able to turn right and left, can come to a stop and control speed, and be in general good control of their skating, and have basic knowledge of how to skate with others (drafting, matching strides, stepping in and out of the pack (group/ peloton), how to come in contact with other skaters, how to pass and be passed and general track awareness).

See his message below, and let Larry know that you’ll be coming (if you don’t have his contact information, then let us know at torontoinline@yahoo.com

Hope everyone is looking forward to enjoying the warm weather and staying safe. I am planning to be at the Bramalea Secondary high school track for 9am each Saturdays starting June 5 to July 31. Practice starts at 9:30am. The track surface is very smooth and flat, great for practicing technique. Reaching out to those who want track time if road skating is not available in your area. I am not skating the next couple months due to long term ankle recovery but as Coach, training programs are available and it would be great to see the skating community once more. Hope you can make it, weather permitting. Washrooms are not available. Please let me know to expect you. Bicycle helmet, wrist guards are mandatory. Knee pads and elbow pads are optional. Bring water! Thanks and have a safe day.


TISC Update: 2021 Season

April 13, 2021

The Toronto Inline Skating Club has been on “standby mode” since the onset of the Covid-19 Pandemic in early 2020.

TISC’s operations and programming are dependent on requirements and permissions from venue owners (City of Toronto, School Boards) as well as local, regional, Provincial, and National health and sporting authorities.

TISC’s Board of Directors is looking at options for return to skating in 2021. This return will depend on whether the aforementioned authorities make it possible for TISC to resume operations and run skating programs.

At this point, there is no start-up date for TISC resuming activities, since the requirements and restrictions are a function of the Covid-19 Pandemic, and the situation is very fluid and unpredictable.

New for 2021- No RSC Registration, No Sport Accident Insurance: In the event TISC is able to offer skating programming to members in 2021, TISC members will not be required to register with Roller Sports Canada (RSC). RSC is not currently accepting registrations, and RSC will not offer Sport Accident insurance (for practices/ training and competition) to registrants once it accepts registrations. Insurance policies of any type (including Sport Accident insurance policies) are not currently and have never been included with TISC membership. TISC members are free to purchase their own Sport Accident insurance policy.

Reminder: AGM April 18th: This is a reminder that the Toronto Inline Skating Club’s Annual General Meeting will be held April 18th at 5pm. Details will be published shortly. If you have any questions, please contact torontoinline@yahoo.com