Welcome to CJ'13, Scouts Canada's 12th Canadian Scout Jamboree!
Instructions for Forms (PDF)
CJ'13 Medical Form - Fillable (PDF)
CJ'13 Medications - Fillable (PDF)
CJ'13 Food Form - Fillable (PDF)
CJ'13 Parent/Guardian Consent Form (PDF)
Governing Law and Jurisdiction Agreement (PDF)
Visit our registration information page, complete with Q&A before you beginning the registration process. Note: to register your Patrol, you will require membership numbers for each individual see information page for details.
PATROL REGISTRATION: http://www.cjregistration2013.info/participant.php
OFFER OF SERVICE (OOS) REGISTRATION: Registration is now CLOSED for the CJ 2013 Offer of Service. Thank you to all who have registered. You will be notified by your OOS Department. If you have not been contacted yet or for further information contact the Scouts Canada Help Centre at email@example.com or 1-888-855-3336.
CJ'13 Registrations will be accepted on a first-come/first-served basis.
Note: The size of the site will dictate that CJ'13 can only accommodate 5,000 participants (youth and leaders).
Patrol Composition: Participants need to register in patrols of no more than ten (10), and no less than five (5), including two (2) registered leaders. A Jamboree patrol is a group of Scouts who, along with two (2) adult leaders, camp and participate in Jamboree program activities as a group.
A Scout Section can send more than one (1) patrol to CJ'13. Two (2) or more Scout patrols can choose to camp together. Patrols choosing to camp together cannot have identical program schedules.
All youth and adults attending CJ'13 must be registered members of Scouting both at the time of the registration and at the time of the CJ'13. The CJ'13 experience is designed for youth ages 11 through 14. Any youth registered as a Scout at the time of the jamboree may attend as a participant. In all cases, it is expected that leaders will ensure that the youth have appropriate knowledge and skills to contribute successfully to an eight-day camping experience and are adequately prepared for the program activities chosen.