Monday July 10th Cancelled due to Weather & Forecast 

July 10, 2017

Saturday Morning Summer Skating at Bramalea Secondary School in Brampton (Non TISC Event)

June 28, 2017

The following is NOT a TISC sanctioned and not a TISC run/ organized outing. We are passing along the message on behalf of local skaters:

Greetings team Brampton!
School is nearing it’s end for another year and we now look forward to fun in the Summer sun. For those athletes who wish to develop their skate technique and endurance (and have a pair of inline skates) this can be added to your Summer activities.

Starting Saturday July 8, 2017, inline skating with dryland training will be held at Bramalea Secondary School 9am to 10:30am. A variety of drills focused on technical skate improvement and fitness to get your skater(s) ready for next season. Some important items to bring to practice and location as follows:

– Inline skates, bike helmet and wrist guards (mandatory)
– Goggles, elbow and knee pads (optional)
– Please bring a bottle of water (fruit or sport drinks for after practice is optional)

Location & Time:

Saturday July 8, 2017, each Saturday
until August, 26, 2017
9am –10:30am (please arrive 15 minutes earlier to start on time)

Bramalea Secondary School
510 Balmoral Drive,
Brampton Ontario
L6T 1W4

If there are any question, please call me at 416-276-1726. Thank you.

Coach Larry
Brampton Ontario Speed Skating


Group Skate in Hamilton on July 2nd (Non-TISC)

June 28, 2017

The following is NOT a TISC sanctioned and not a TISC run/ organized outing. We are passing along the message on behalf of local skaters:

Please forward to others who may be interested. To all inline skaters, please join me to skate at the Hamilton Waterfront Trail this Sunday July 2, 2017 to celebrate our great country’s 150th Birthday! The plan is to skate 150 minutes (2.5 hours), 1 minute for every year Canada has been a nation – nonstop! Slow to moderate pace is the flavour of the skate. Starting at 8am sharp, not too early to get all road trip warriors time to arrive for the start time. If earlier or later, I am certain 2.5 hours of skating would have us all meet up somewhere along the trail. Happy Canada 150 and play safe!


It’s Raining Cats & Dogs: May 25 Practice Is cancelled

May 25, 2017

It’s raining cats & dogs so tonight’s practice is cancelled. See you on skates on Monday!

FYI The photo below was taken last Thursday after it rained during practice. A photo from today would have the track covered in water, looking like Lake Ontario!


RSVP For Trail Skate This Holiday Monday, May 22nd!

May 18, 2017

You’re invited to join us for a fun trail skate this holiday Monday! Shannon and Ryan graciously offer to host our first social skate of the year. We will meet at their home and skate to the newly paved multi-use trail winding south for about 10km before turning around to return. Don’t forget to bring your own chair, beverage, and snacks to share as we will be relaxing in their backyard after skate! This is a fun skate so we will group up at multiple points on the route.

Location: Etobicoke [Finch W & 427, exact address will be provided to those who RSVP]
Parking: on the street
Date: Monday May 22, 2017
Meeting Time: 12:00-12:30pm

Please RSVP to Candy (dessertbycandy@hotmail.com). Should the weather be unpredictable, we will make a call 90-minutes before meeting time.

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Follow TISC on Twitter @SpeedToronto

May 16, 2017

Make sure you stay in the loop with what’s going on at TISC, connect with us on Twitter @SpeedToronto

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Canada Day Parade- Skate in the Parade “Paint The Town Red” Parade in Misssissauga!!

May 14, 2017

The annual Canada Day Parade PAINT THE TOWN RED is happening this year Mississauga’s Port Credit on July 1st. Members and friends of the Toronto Inline Skating Club are invited to participate in this fun event along size members of the Scooters Roller Figure Skating Club. Participants in the parade will be representing the Scooters Roller Palace. Hundreds of spectators will be lining both sides of the street cheering everyone on.

If you wish to participate, please e-mail torontoinline@yahoo.com BY MAY 31st and include everyone’s name who will be in the parade (if there is a child, a parent MUST be in the parade too) and T-Shirt size for everyone (Adult small/ medium/ large OR Child small/ medium/ large).

Here are a few details:

  • All who register will receive a T-shirt to wear in the parade, which will be made available the day of the parade. Parents of children who participate will receive a T-shirt.
  • Parents and children can skate in the parade if they wish or they can walk. Ideally, we would like to see all who can, to be skates.
  • A parent or guardian must attend with their child.
  • TISC members who are on skates will be required to wear a helmet.
  • The route of the parade includes Lake Shore Boulevard in Port Credit.
  • The parade will begin at about 11am and should last roughly 1 1/2 hours.
  • We will have a designated meeting point and time available in late June.

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