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Council Team

White Pine Council provides support and guidance to groups and coordinates Scouter Development opportunities. The Council also coordinates larger events, such as multi-group Beaverees, Cuborees, and Jamborees.

White Pine Council Service Team

Council Key 3

The White Pine Council is managed by two volunteers (the Council Commissioner and the Council Youth Commissioner) and one employee (the Council Relationship Manager). Together, they make up the Council Key 3 (CK3). 

The Council Commissioner is responsible for all aspects of program implementation, delivery, service, and support, as well as the implementation of Scouts Canada's policies. The Council Youth Commissioner is responsible for providing direction, counsel, and support to the youth within the Council. The Council Relationship Manager is responsible for fostering membership growth and providing support to volunteers to enhance program quality and safety. All three work as a team to manage the Council and support our volunteers in delivering fun, safe Scouting adventures!

Crystal Bonser

Council Relationship Manager

June Fry

Council Commissioner

Kathryn Marlatt

Council Youth Commissioner

Council Directory

-- Staff Roles --  Name Email Address
Council Relationship Manager Crystal Bonser  905-260-9810
Scouting Relationship Manager Natasha Logan   
Scouting Relationship Manager Ryan Donaldson  905-260-9830
Program Support Manager Marc Chamberland 
Registration Assistance & PRC Processing Member Services 
COI Certificate of Insurance/Contacts/Permits 
Group Financials  
Event Support 
Fundraising Resources

Fundraising | Trello
Marketing Resources   Marketing Campaigns | Trello
Safe Scouting

24 Hour Emergency Line 1-800-339-6643
-- Volunteer Roles --     
Council Commissioner June Fry
Council Youth Commissioner Kathryn Marlatt
Group Support Scouter Anita Simmons 
Group Support Scouter June Fry
Group Support Scouter Lochlyn Newton
Group Support Scouter Gwen Thornton 
Onboarding Support Scouter Carlos Silba 
Event Committee Lead Jenn Hurley
Recognition Lead Ute Sack
Property Committee Chair - Camp Samac Brian Wick 
OIB Ontario Incorporated Board Director Ken McLeod 
Website Brian Wick 
Council Voting Member Brian Wick 
Council Voting Member Jeff Sauve
Council Voting Member (youth) Kathryn Marlatt
-- Properties Support Team --     
Langley Park Scout Reserve Booking (Doubleknot) 
Camp Samac Duty Cell (Ranger Brad) (not for booking) 905-260-3917
Camp Samac Bookings  (Doubleknot)
Camp Samac Summer Camp Director Brittney Forester  
Camp Samac Warden Darryl Triebner 905-809-9689
Property Operations Manager Kevin Anyan 



Are you passionate about making a difference in the lives of youth? Interested in a fun, adventurous, flexible and fast-paced opportunity in the non-profit sector? If so, apply at Scouts Canada today.

View our Current Opportunities

Local Volunteer Opportunities

Group Commissioner Positions Available:

Group Commissioners are the central point of contact between the council and groups. They help section scouters and ensure that groups have strong plans with regards to outdoor adventure, volunteers, finances, and safety.

We are currently seeking expressions of interest in the Group Commissioner position available for the following groups:

  • (TBA)

As our front-line Volunteer managers, Group Commissioners have a critical role in building a healthy and vibrant Scouting movement in Canada – while being the visible ambassador of Scouts Canada within their community.  This position is open to Youth and Adults, ages 14+.

In Summary, the Group Commissioner:

  • Leads the group to positively impacting our Scouting Vision and Mission through membership growth
  • Role models and leads a positive culture that encourages safety first, risk management, sustainable growth, program quality and group health
  • Is committed to Scouts Canada’s program—the Canadian Path—that integrates the Four Key Elements: Adventure, Plan-Do-Review, SPICES and Youth-led
  • Ensures Scouts Canada’s Volunteer Support Strategy is implemented to all Scouters within the Group and that members (volunteers and youth participants) feel supported, recognized and rewarded for their contributions.
  • Works directly with a Groups Support Scouter (GSS) and/or Relationship Manager (RM) who acts as their single point of contact for support – making it easier for Groups to get help where and when they need it to be successful.

Time required is approximately 10-15 hours monthly, plus 2-3 weekends per year. Mentorship and onboarding are provided.

For the extended Job Description, click here.  The deadline to apply is: 

Please submit your letter of interest and CV to the Committee Chair.

  • (Currently filled) 

Contact Us

We'd love to hear from you!

To report or discuss urgent safety or youth protection concerns, please contact 1-800-339-6643 (24 hours).

General inquiries should be directed to 1-800-557-7268 or

For registration support, including contracts/agreements and certificates of insurance; tour permits; PRC/VSS, training and/or awards, please contact our Council staff. 

Council Office

White Pine Council  
1711 Simcoe St N,
Oshawa, ON
L1G 4Y1

Contact Information 

Central Ontario Service office: 416 490-6364

Main Fax: 416 490-6911


Office Hours

Contact the Council office to book an appointment

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