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Amateur Skating Association of Canada for speed and figure skating is formed by Louis Rubenstein of Montreal's Victoria Skating Club.
First artificial ice rink is built in Vancouver.
First official Canadian Figure Skating Championships is held in Ottawa
New event The Figure Skating Department of the Amateur Skating Association of Canada is formed to promote skating in Canada.
First year that Canadians participate at a World Championship.
For the first time, Canada hosts the World Figure Skating Championships (in Montreal).
Renamed to become the Canadian Figure Skating Association.
The CFSA joins the International Skating Union and establishes a national office in Ottawa.
First CFSA logo is developed.
Skate Canada International is introduced as a major international event (first location: Calgary).
For the first time, Canada hosts the World Junior Championships (in London).
The concept of a National Team is conceived.
The last figures are skated in international competition at the 1990 World Championships in Halifax.
The Canadian Figure Skating Hall of Fame is established and the first members inducted in a ceremony at the CFSA's annual meeting in Edmonton.
The CFSA implements framework for Skating Unlimited new pre-school and adult recreational programs.
The Junior National Team is created.
Canada hosts its first-ever ISU-sanctioned international precision skating event, Precision Canada International (in Toronto).
Canadian Figure Skating Association changes its name to Skate Canada.
Barbara Ann Gold in Women's Skating St. Mortiz 1948
Barbara Wagner, Robert Paul Gold in Pairs Skating Squaw Valley 1960
Jamie Salé, David Pelletier Gold in Pairs Skating Salt Lake City 2002
Tessa Virtue, Scott Moir Gold in Ice Dance Vancouver 2010
Patrick Chan, Gabrielle Daleman, Kaetlyn Osmond, Meagan Duhamel, Eric Radford, Tessa Virtue, Scott Moir Gold in Team Skate PyeongChang 2018
Tessa Virtue, Scott Moir Gold in Ice Dance PyeongChang 2018
Frances Dafoe , Norris Bowden Silver in Pairs Cortina d'Ampezzo 1956
Debbi Wilkes, Guy Revell Silver in Pairs Skating Innsbruck 1964
Karen Magnussen Silver in Women's Skating Sapporo 1972
Brian Orser Silver in Men's Skating Sarajevo 1984
Brian Orser Silver in Men's Skating Calgary 1988
Elizabeth Manley Silver in Women's Skating Calgary 1988
Elvis Stojko Silver in Men's Skating Lillehammer 1994
Elvis Stojko Silver in Men's Skating Nagano 1998
Patrick Chan, Kevin Reynolds, Kaetlyn Osmond, Tessa Virtue, Scott Moir, Kirsten Moore-Towers, Dylan Moscovitch, Meagan Duhamel, Eric Radford Silver in Team Skate Sochi 2014
Patrick Chan Silver in Men's Skating Sochi 2014
Tessa Virtue, Scott Moir Silver in Ice Dance Sochi 2014
Montgomery Wilson Bronze in Men's Skating Lake Placid 1932
Suzanne Morrow, Wallace Diestelmeyer Bronze in Pair's Skating St. Moritz 1948
Donald Jackson Bronze in Men's Skating Squaw Valley 1960
Petra Burka Bronze in Women's Skating Innsbruck 1964
Toller Cranston Bronze in Men's Skating Innsbruck 1976
Tracy Wilson, Rob McCall Bronze in Pair's Skating Calgary 1988
Isabelle Brasseur, Lloyd Eisler Bronze in Pairs Skating Albertville 1992
Isabelle Brasseur, Lloyd Eisler Bronze in Pairs Skating Lillehammer 1994
Jeffrey Buttle Bronze in Men's Skating Turin 2006
Joannie Rochette Bronze in Women's Skating Vancouver 2010
Meagan Duhamel, Eric Radford Bronze in Pairs Skating PyeongChang 2018
Kaetlyn Osmond Bronze in Women's Skating PyeongChang 2018
2010 Vancouver Olympics
1988 Calgary Winter Olympics
International Skating Union’s World Championships in 1932 in Montréal
International Skating Union’s World Championships in 1960 in Vancouver
International Skating Union’s World Championships in 1972 in Calgary
International Skating Union’s World Championships in 1978 in Ottawa
International Skating Union’s World Championships in 1984 in Ottawa
International Skating Union’s World Championships in 1990 in Halifax
International Skating Union’s World Championships in 1996 in Edmonton
International Skating Union’s World Championships in 2001 in Vancouver
International Skating Union’s World Championships in 2013 in Ontario
Figure skating is offically recognized as a sport
First Canadians to participate in figure skating Olympics
Cecil Smith and Melville Rogers were Canada's first participants
Cecil Smith places second in Olympics she became the first Canadian woman to earn a top position in international figure-skating competition
Black cards are Major skating events held in Canada
Green cards are Skate Canada History
All the blue cards are Olympic Medals won by Team Canada Skating Light blue - Bronze Blue - Silver Dark Blue - Gold
Red cards are important events in figure skating Canadian History
Canadian Figure skating History
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