Skate Canada Hall of Fame
Since 1990, The Skate Canada Hall of Fame has been paying tribute to athletes, coaches, builders and officials who have made a significant impact on Canadian figure skating. Each year, nominations are reviewed by the Hall of Fame Committee and a maximum of ten inductees are honoured in each Olympic quadrennial. Often, the induction ceremonies are held in conjunction with the national championships but can also occur at other competitions and Skate Canada Meetings. While there is no permanent home for the Hall of Fame, the archives of the Skate Canada national office houses the many different historical and archival artifacts.
The Skate Canada Archives were created to collect, preserve, study and interpret artifacts and archival materials which are historically significant to figure skating in Canada. More than 2500 photographs, 500 videotapes, as well as trophies, plaques, textual materials, medals, pins, and skates comprise the current collection. The collections are available for consultation by appointment with the archivist.