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The National Property Committee supports the use of properties to achieve the objectives of Scouting. The Committee does this by supporting the Incorporated Bodies, Property Societies, Committees, Councils and the Board of Governors as we all work together towards sending more kids on amazing adventures in extraordinary camp settings and offering sustainable, world class, competitive programming.
The membership of the National Property Committee is very diverse. It represents all regions of Canada and brings a broad range of knowledge, experience and points of view to their role. They were selected from the Incorporated Bodies, Councils, National Leadership Team and Board of Governors for their professional experience and credentials in property planning, development and stewardship. Together they have over 200 years of Scouting and camping experience, and as much in the property development and asset management world.
The National Property Committee is not in the business of helping to buy, lease, generate revenue from or sell property unless it is asked by a Council, Property Society or Incorporated Body. The Committee has no mandate in the areas of property maintenance, property management or property ownership.
The Committee is in the business of sharing expertise and best practices with Councils, Property Societies, Incorporated Bodies, the National Leadership Team and the Board of Governors to help you get the most from Scouts Canada properties. It is in the business of fostering innovation and promoting collaboration as we all work together to provide safe, sustainable and competitive world class programing and facilities for Canada’s youth.
Opportunities for Great Scouting adventures abound!
Visit the Scouts Canada Camps page
to learn more about Scouts Canada’s safe and high quality outdoor adventure programs for children and youth. For a complete summary of camps across Canada, use the Camp Directory
. You’ll find full descriptions as well as contact details for enquiries and reservations.
for a complete listing of Committee members and a summary of their background. You’ll see that they have considerable expertise that they can apply towards helping you send kids on awesome camping adventures and helping you find creative ways to use properties in supporting world class programming.