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Pacific Coast Council News & Events

Off the Canadian Path - The Case Of The Missing Scouter

October 15, 2021

Off the Canadian Path - The Case Of The Missing Scouter

A group of Scouts has gone to Camp Whispering Leaves only to experience a number of strange events: items moving to dangerous locations, missing bacon - the horror!, and disappearing tools. Scouter Watson left for a short hike to try to discover what was happening, but then he disappeared too! In a panic, the Scouts rushed back home, but sent this SOS email to YOU. Everyone knows your group has some of the smartest, wisest, code-cracking kids around. Only YOU can solve the mystery at Camp Whispering Leaves and save Scouter Watson. Please say you will come help us!!

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Around The World In 60 Days - PCC

October 07, 2021

Around The World In 60 Days - PCC

Join us as we take our #ScoutsCanada Adventures Further with our exciting Fall Challenge "Around The World in 60 Days"

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Looking for the next Pacific Coast Council Youth Commissioner (CYC)

September 28, 2021

Looking for the next Pacific Coast Council Youth Commissioner (CYC)

Would you like to make a difference in the growth and development of youth in British Columbia and across Canada? Are you energetic, organized young leader who can work at the top level to support and assist leading the volunteers from the Pacific Coast Council (PCC)? Do you enjoy being part of a dynamic team?

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#Scoutsforlife (Blood Donation Campaign)

September 23, 2021

#Scoutsforlife (Blood Donation Campaign)

Become a blood donor and show your scouting spirit out in public.

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October 2nd, 2021 - 50th Anniversary Celebration of the BP Trail

September 22, 2021

October 2nd, 2021 - 50th Anniversary Celebration of the BP Trail

PCC is celebrating the 50th Anniversary of the BP Trail that runs from Horseshoe Bay to Mount Seymour. The BP Trail was initially opened on Saturday, October 2nd 1971. We will be celebrating with a booth at the Lynn Canyon Ecology Centre on Saturday, Oct 2, 2021, with a ribbon cutting ceremony at 2:00 pm. There will be lots of exhibitors there.

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Statement Regarding The Cowessess First Nation Discovery Near A Saskatchewan Residential School

June 29, 2021

Statement Regarding The Cowessess First Nation Discovery Near A Saskatchewan Residential School

Please read below for the statement regarding the discovery of First Nation bodies near the Marieval Indian Residential School.

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