At Scouts, our Mission is to develop well-rounded youth better prepared for success in the world through a youth-led program. A program that helps youth develop well-rounded skills that prepare them for future success – as youth and adults.

At Scouts youth set forward on their own paths by leading their peers on meaningful outdoor adventures.

“Scouting has made me a leader who won’t back down, and my confidence is impossible to drown. Scouting has shown me that we shouldn’t be discouraged by our mistakes, but appreciate them.”

— Kate Abrahamson, Venturer Scouts 

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  • A Scout is…

    Confident and Capable

    Scouts have fun youth-led adventures discovering new things and experiences they wouldn’t elsewhere. It’s the perfect place for kids to be kids, immersed in nature while developing leadership and critical thinking skills. Along the way, they develop into capable, confident individuals, better prepared for success in the world.

  • A Scout is…

    An Adventurer

    As Scouts youth discover new things and experience a world of firsts through outdoor adventure & fun. Trying new things like mountain biking and rock climbing empowers youth with the confidence & self-esteem to take on the challenges life may throw at them.

  • A Scout is…

    A Community Builder

    Scouts allows youth to make meaningful contributions to creating a better world as an active member of the community. From food and clothing drives to park cleanups and maintenance, Scouts encourages kids to give back as youth and adults.

  • A Scout is…

    An Environmental Steward

    At Scouts youth have an opportunity to experience and build a relationship with nature, developing skills and desire to share their environmental understanding with others. Playing a leadership role, Scouts help Canadians embrace environmental stewardship as part of their daily lives.

  • A Scout is…

    A Friend

    At Scouts, youth work as teams to decide what they will pursue, organize ways to achieve goals, and will collectively reflect on their experience after the goal is met. Through countless campfires, hikes and overnight camps, countless memories and friendships are forged.

  • A Scout is…

    A Leader

    At Scouts youth are able to discover the best in themselves – take on new challenges & experience new things they wouldn’t elsewhere. Scouts builds leaders, enabling youth to lead their own path toward creating a better world.

The Program

Through Scouting, youth aged 5-26 can discover the world around them while exploring their capability, building friendships, developing confidence in their leadership skills and gaining well-rounded experiences—better preparing them for future success.

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  • Beaver Scouts

    Ages 5-7

    Fun and friendship are the cornerstones of the Beaver Scouts program. Beaver Scouts opens the door for youth to discover the world. It is filled with a little bit of everything – outdoor activities, games, and music. Along the way, Beaver Scouts meet new friends, learn cooperation and teamwork, and develop self-confidence.

    Explore the Pond
  • Cub Scouts

    Ages 8-10

    Hikes, weekend camps and water activities (like canoeing and kayaking) are just a few of the fun outdoor adventures that Cub Scouts enjoy. With the motto “Do Your Best”, Cub Scouts are encouraged to try new and exciting activities, including STEM projects and cultural experiences.

    Explore the Jungle
  • Scouts

    Ages 11-14

    Scouts is about having fun while gaining valuable leadership skills and self-confidence. They enjoy outdoor adventures like mountain biking, rock climbing and lots of camping. Scout Troops also work together with other young people to contribute to their communities.

    Blaze a Trail
  • Venturer Scouts

    Ages 15-17

    Developing life skills to climb the mountain of their goals and reach their personal summit, Venturers embark on greater expeditions and acquire real-world experiences that prepare them for future success.

    Climb Higher
  • Rover Scouts

    Ages 18-26

    In a Crew, Rovers enjoy fun and challenging expeditions with their peers. Driving their personal ambitions with support from a mentor, Rovers are better prepared for success. The world awaits!

    Paddle Your Own Canoe

“Nature is a Scout’s playground. A place to discover new things and embark on great adventures. Along the way, we gain an appreciation for nature, learning how to preserve and protect the environment we enjoy as Scouts.”

— Oliver Fluery & Mackenzie Morrison, Scouts