Other Awards

The Speed Skating Canada Hall of Fame was established to honour and recognize athletes and volunteers who have made extraordinary contributions to speed skating in Canada and to ensure that these contributions will be remembered for generations to come.

The Jean R. Dupré Administrator of the Year Award recognizes the outstanding contribution an administrator has made to the sport of speed skating in our country. The award was established in the name of Jean R. Dupre, a long time CEO of Speed Skating Canada. This award recognizes commitment, leadership and passion while guiding us on a pursuit of excellence.

This award was established by John V. Sands, former 1956 and 1960 Olympic Speed Skater. The Gagné Family Award was first presented in 1996.

This award was first established and presented in 1999 by the SSC board of directors. It is established in the name of Jean Grenier, a long time volunteer to speed skating in Canada and a Canadian representative in the International Skating Union (ISU).

This award was established by Speed Skating Canada in 1982 to underline the long and outstanding services rendered by John Hurdis of Toronto to the sport of speed skating.

In 1974, R.T.F. Thomson of Victoria, BC, who had been SSC's vice-president from 1962 to 1966, presented two shields who were to be given to the best provincial/territorial teams in long track and short track speed skating, combining all the Canadian championships.