Scouts Canada has over 100 years of experience offering safe and high quality outdoor adventure programs for children and youth. Scouts learn essential outdoor skills and how to prioritize safety in all activities – whether it’s a day hike or a week long portage trip into the Canadian wilderness. Before you plan your next great Scouting adventure, check out these safety tips to make sure you’re prepared.

Latest Safety Tip

September 2017
  • Hug a Tree

    September Safety Tip

    Hug A Tree and Survive!

    Sometimes people get lost. What can you do to stay safe if you get lost?

    Check out this months Safety Tip!

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  • How Safe is your Meeting Space

    August 2017 Safety Tip

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  • Gone Fishing! Fishing Safety

    July 2017 Safety Tip

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  • Bug Bites and Stings

    June 2017 Safety Tip

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  • Emergency Preparedness

    May 2017 Safety Tip

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  • Use Your Street Sense

    April 2017 Safety Tip

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  • Axe and Saw Safety

    March 2017 Safety Tip

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  • Prevent Bullying!

    February 2017 Safety Tip

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  • Winter Sport Safety

    January 2017 Safety Tip

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2016

Safety Tips
  • The Right Footwear

    December 2016 Safety Tip

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  • Medication Safety

    November 2016 Safety Tip

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  • Be a Cyber-Safe Scout

    October 2016 Safety Tip

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  • Safety While Selling Scout Popcorn

    September 2016 Safety Tip

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  • Poison Ivy and Other Hazardous Plants

    August 2016 Safety Tip

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  • Lantern and Stove Safety

    July 2016 Safety Tip

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  • Lyme Disease

    June 2016 Safety Tip

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  • Helmet Safety

    May 2016 Safety Tip

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  • Allergy Safety

    April 2016 Safety Tip

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  • Safe Culinary Adventures

    March 2016 Safety Tip

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  • Knife Safety

    February 2016 Safety Tip

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  • Winter Driving Safety Tips

    January 2016 Safety Tip

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