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Right to Skate is a Saskatoon-based charitable organization dedicated to connecting youth with skateboarding. Skateboard lessons, Skateboard Scholarships, BIPOC programming and Women and Queer Skate Meetups are a few of the things we do

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Right to Skate receives 2023 Living in Harmony Award

In a ceremony at the Broadway Theatre on the International Day to End Racial Discrimination, Right to Skate was awarded the 2023 Living in Harmony Community Impact Award by the City of Saskatoon.

The Living in Harmony awards recognizes outstanding achievements in contributing to the elimination of racial discrimination in our community. 

In a press release the City states:

"Right to Skate has transformed the Saskatoon skateboarding landscape into an inclusive and welcoming community"

Thank you, City of Saskatoon!


Check out this CBC feature on Shafiqa and our Open Door Program! 

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Purchase a 10 Year Anniversary board in our store and support Right to Skate!

Free local delivery in Saskatoon or flat rate shipping in Canada & US

Art by Jodi J. @j.inks

Boards by Generator Distribution

2022 Skate Scholarship Recipients

Thanks to you we're providing more boards than ever before. We sponsor youth from low-income families, new immigrant and refugee youth, BIPOC and LGBTQ2S skaters

If you or someone you know could use this support, visit our skate scholarship page here

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We host casual skateboard meetups for women and queer skaters to hang out and make community. Meetups happen every Thursday night at rotating skateparks. Rollerskates welcome! Check our social media @righttoskate for the most recent schedule.


Davidson Skateboard Lessons

Check out the new mini ramp in Davidson, Saskatchewan and book a lesson with Kyle to hone your skills!


Kyle is also hosting programming with the FASD Network. The FASD network has also provided training for our entire staff! Contact Kyle for more info


What did we do in 2021?

-Gifted 50 skateboards to youth from low-income families and to new immigrant and refugee youth.
-6 new skaters in the skate scholarship program
-Women’s and LGBTQ2S meet up
-Public skate lessons
-Skate lessons with the Open Door Society new immigrant and refugee youth 
-Skate lessons with White Buffalo Youth Lodge
-Skate lessons with EGADZ Youth
-Taught in 3 rural communities

10 Year anniversary contest

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Right to Skate Secret Santa

Do you know a youth that would love a skateboard for Christmas?

We want to make someone's holiday extra special.

We are giving away a prize package which includes an 8.1 complete Almost skateboard, a Right to Skate T-shirt, a Ninetimes hoodie, and stocking stuffer goodies!

Send in your nominations before December 21st  to along with the name of the youth you wish to nominate, age, and a bit about them.

Happy Holidays!

Gift Sack

RTS X Spence Coffee

We are proud to be a part of Spence coffee's "beans for a cause" initiative. Spence has released a special Right to Skate single-origin Guatemala, and it's darn good.

Each bag sold = $10 for Right to Skate!

Pick up a bag (and a mug!) at Ninetimes Skateshop Saskatoon




We're hosting skate camps with immigrant and refugee youth in partnership with the Saskatoon Open Door Society. If this is something you or someone you know could access, contact us 


Interested youth are eligible to take home a board!

 Learn more

lions skatepark girls day
saskatoon indoor skatepark
Langham skatepark camp
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