Summer Camping: 3 Things to Pack

GLOBAL WINNIPEG – JUNE 5, 2018

Planning to camp this summer with your family? Get Scouting tips from Experienced Rover and Youth Spokesperson Emily Gartner, as she chats about the 3 things you should never go outdoors without.

From tents to camping chairs, to first aid items and basic outdoor essentials, being prepared for your next adventure starts at our Scout Shop. Find special discounts on sleeping bags, tents and more today: scoutshop.ca/

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Scout Raises $1k for Local Hospital Foundation

INSIDE HALTON – MAY 31, 2018

Way to go 1st AFC Scout, Shanza Khan, for receiving the Chief Scout’s Award!

Through 30+ hours of community work, Shanza raised $1,000 in funds for the Milton District Hospital Foundation by organizing local bake sales and mobilizing the community.

In Scouts, we strongly support and encourage youth-led initiatives that help youth develop well-rounded skills that prepare them for future success, and allow them to contribute to building a better world.

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Scouting Youth Win Section Awards

HAMILTON NEWS – MAY 29, 2018

Congratulations to the 4 Cubs and Beavers with the 6th Dundas Group, who received prestigious Scouting awards for leading a trail building project in Camp Nemo that mobilized 30 Scouting youth, along with Scouters and parents.

Through this youth-led initiative, the award recipients created a new nature trail that will host new outdoor adventures, leaving a legacy of what youth can achieve through Scouting.

The Seeonee Cub Scout Award and North Star Beaver Scout Award allow youth to select and execute a community service project that involves various challenges and provides skill development in several outdoor adventure areas.

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Chief Scout’s Award Recipients

VICTORIA NEWS – MAY 27, 2018

Recently, 21 Scouts received the prestigious Chief Scout’s Award.

Of the various youth-led community projects they contributed to, one initiative led by Scout Jameson Dymond and his 5th Garry Oak Troop arranged for friendly meetings between youth and residents of a local seniors’ home.

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Calgary, Join Us for the Great Scouting Adventure Challenge!

BREAKFAST TELEVISION CALGARY – MAY 25, 2018

Tomorrow morning from 11am-5pm, we’re hosting the Great Scouting Adventure Challenge in Calgary’s Edworthy Park.

This FREE public event is open to families with girls and boys ages 5-14. Come out and try fun games, learn new skills and build a giant slingshot, like the one demonstrated in this interview! Youth Spokespersons Brooke Countryman and Josh Himmens chatted with Breakfast Television Calgary about the big Scouting event you won’t want to miss.

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The Great Scouting Adventure Challenge

GLOBAL NEWS MORNING CALGARY – MAY 24, 2018

This morning on Global News Morning Calgary, Youth Spokespersons Brooke Countryman and Josh Himmens chatted about the upcoming Great Scouting Adventure Challenge happening in Calgary this weekend. Join us on May 26, 11am-5pm, at Edworthy Park for a FREE public event, open to families with boys and girls ages 5-14. With fun games, outdoor skills activities and more, you don’t want to miss it!

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Scouts Plant 3 Millionth Tree for South Nation Conservation

NATION VALLEY NEWS – MAY 8, 2018

Scouting youth from Voyageur Council for helping South Nation Conservation plant 3 million trees since 1990!

Not only do trees provide shelter for wildlife and reduce erosion, but forests also maintain the quality of our air and drinking water. Environmental stewardship and community contributions are key to the Scouts Canada program. We are dedicated to helping youth understand the connection between caring for our planet and supporting a healthier community.

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Scouting Returns to the Boundary, BC

GRAND FORKS GAZETTE – APRIL 27, 2018

Scouting is returning to the Boundary, BC.
During an information session, Scouters from the Kootenay-Boundary area answered questions asked by youth regarding camping trips, personal progression badges, fun events like Kub Kar rallies and more.

Scouters also touched on how parents can get involved in the Scouts Canada program through volunteering, in order to welcome even more youth into the new Group.

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Off to the Races

KENORA DAILY MINER AND NEWS – APRIL 23, 2018

Scouting youth from the Ken Kee Area gathered with friends and family to host their annual Rapid Races. With handmade Beaver Buggies, Kub Kars and Scout Trucks hurtling down the tracks, the event was a great way for the Scouting community to come together, appreciate the youth’s creative vehicle designs, and enjoy friendly competition. Continue reading “Off to the Races”