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Brand Identity Launched for the ISU World Figure Skating Championships® 2024

OTTAWA, ON: Skate Canada is pleased to unveil the brand identity and logo for the ISU World Figure Skating Championships® 2024. Canada is a country known for its raw, rustic, and natural landscapes. Nothing reflects this better than the incredible phenomenon of the aurora borealis, an energy charged event where solar winds, ions and natural gases come together, dispersing an incredible light show you will never forget.

Inspired by the aurora borealis, the brand identity for the championships reflects the natural beauty of Canada. The logo containing four blades is meant to signify the four skating events at the world championships: men, women, pair and ice dance. The four stars pay homage to the four seasons that each bring their own look, feel and diversity to the different regions and seasons of our country.

“Hosting the world championships is an honour for Skate Canada and an opportunity to showcase our great country. In Canada most of us experience four seasons of weather and though we at Skate Canada prefer when the ice is frozen, we were inspired by mother nature’s force and sought to channel that natural energy into the championships through the look and feel,” said Debra Armstrong, Chief Executive Officer, Skate Canada.

“Canada is ready to host the world in Montreal come March 2024 and we are looking forward to welcoming the skating community to our beautiful country,” added Karen Butcher, President, Skate Canada.

The championships will take place in Montreal, Quebec at Centre Bell from March 18-24, 2024. All event tickets for the championships will go on sale in May 2023. To receive ticket information including pre-sale codes please sign up for the mailing list.

The ISU World Figure Skating Championships® is an annual event that moves around the globe, attracting more than 300 million television viewers worldwide and showcasing more than 200 world-class athletes from 50 countries.

For more information please visit: montreal2024.com.


OTTAWA, ON: Skate Canada will formally submit a bid in April of 2021 to host the ISU World Figure Skating Championships® 2024 in Montreal, Quebec. If successful, this will be Canada’s 11th time hosting the championships. Montreal was set to host the ISU World Figure Skating Championships® 2020 but was cancelled a week prior due to the pandemic. Canada last hosted the illustrious event in 2013 in London, Ontario.

The ISU World Figure Skating Championships® is the pinnacle event of the annual figure skating season moving around the globe, attracting more than 300 million television viewers worldwide and showcasing the 200 best athletes from 50 countries in four disciplines: men’s, ladies, pair and ice dance.

“We are thrilled to put forth Montreal as the host city for the ISU World Figure Skating Championships® 2024 for consideration by the International Skating Union. Canada has an exceptional hosting history, and we would be honoured to hold the 2024 event,” said Leanna Caron, President, Skate Canada. “With all the diligence that went into planning the 2020 World Championships, the entire team is ready to welcome the world to Montreal in 2024.  We have confidence that working with all government and municipal partners together with Patinage Quebec, we will deliver an excellent event in Montreal.”

“The ISU World Figure Skating Championships are a staple event. I am thrilled that Montréal was chosen to be the Canadian candidate to host its 2024 edition. I would like to underline Tourisme Montréal’s contribution to this success as well as to the mobilization of the community. This much-anticipated international competition promises to be highly successful and to provide an excellent showcase for our metropolis,” stated Valérie Plante, mayor of Montréal.

In accordance with ISU regulations, Skate Canada will submit Montreal as the host city along with supporting documents in April 2021. The 2024 host will be determined by the ISU Council and a decision is expected later this year.

Previous Canadian host cities:
● 1932 Montreal ● 1960 Vancouver ● 1972 Calgary ● 1978 Ottawa ● 1984 Ottawa ● 1990 Halifax ● 1996 Edmonton ● 2001 Vancouver ● 2006 Calgary ● 2013 London  ● 2020 Montreal Cancelled