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FAQ - Online Registration


Creating an account


From the Main Menu:

From the main menu you can select the Login link. This will bring you to a dedicated account creation/login page. Here you can fill in the First Time Registering form to create a member account.


From the Register Button:

  1. Navigate to any registration page
  2. Select the First Time Registering tab
  3. Fill in the First Time Registering form

From any registration page on the site a user can select a Register button next to a program listing. This will prompt a system pop-up window with the creation/login forms. Here you can select the First Time Registering tab and fill in the form to create a member account. This process will then prompt you to create their first participant profile as well.


Accessing your account

Once logged into the site, you have access to your account, offering a plethora of information. This can be accessed by selecting your name and "my account" at the top of your site's pages.


What is a Member Account?

Member accounts in Uplifter generally refer to the account created by a parent or guardian. It can, however, pertain to the skater themselves (if they are age of majority or otherwise handling their own account), or even a club for those sectional/regional organization using Uplifter. A member account will contain address information, a list of invoices, a list of family members, as well as connect all participant profiles within the family.


What if I forgot my password?

If you have already created a member account but don't remember your password, use the "forgot password" link in the login area and follow the instructions to reset your password - DO NOT create a new member login as this will create a duplicate in the system.

If you have questions about accessing or logging into your member account please email


We would like to acknowledge in the spirit of reconciliation and gratitude that our skating club resides on the lands of the Musqueam [Mus-kwee-um], Squamish [Squa-mish], and Tsleil-Waututh [Slay-wha-tooth] Nations where our skaters and community has the opportunity to live, work, learn and train.