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Novel Coronavirus — December 3, 2021 Update: Explore Scouts Canada’s actions as we continue to follow the direction of government and health agencies in maintaining public health. View recommendations and stay informed here. Learn more about Scouts Canada's new vaccination mandate.

The Federal government has just announced the approval of COVID-19 vaccines for youth between the ages of 5 and 11. Scouts Canada has previously announced we expect to extend our vaccine mandate for all persons consistent with Federal guidance.

Due to this most recent announcement, we will be reviewing the guidance and adapting our policies accordingly.
 We anticipate there will be an implementation period but as of now, there is no immediate change to our policy; youth 5-11 can continue to participate in Scouting activities in-person. Once we have more details we will communicate timelines, including aiming to provide a reasonable approach to allow for ample time for scheduling two doses. More updates will be available in the coming weeks.
Scouts Canada has consistently used guiding principles to shape our response and requirements. We continue to support the federal government and associated health authorities that widespread vaccine coverage is our best way to end the pandemic.
 We have also updated the Covid Vaccine FAQs on our website to include this latest development.

COVID-19 FAQ's

Welcome to Scouting in Saskatchewan!

Discover skills, friendships & adventures you just won’t find anywhere else. 

The Saskatchewan Council is proud to serve the province of Saskatchewan carrying out Scouts Canada’s mission of developing well-rounded youth prepared to make the world a better place. Our programs provide significant value, run year-round, and offer adventures that Scouts remember for a lifetime!  We support Beaver Scouts, Cub Scouts, Scouts, Venturer Scouts, and Rover Scouts all following our Canadian Path. With groups in Regina, Saskatoon as well as several rural communities.  

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Programs

Scouting makes a difference in the lives of children, youth and young adults. With a versatile array of program areas to focus on, Scouting welcomes youth with diverse interests and goals.

Beavers

Ages 5-7

Explore the Pond

Discover adventures like camping, hiking, playing games and enjoying campfires. Make great new friends along the way, along with lasting memories!

Cubs

Ages 8-10

Explore the Jungle

Embark on outdoor adventures like hikes, weekend camps and canoeing. As a Pack, Cubs are encouraged to try new and exciting activities including STEM projects and cultural experiences.

Scouts

Ages 11-14

Blaze a Trail

Blaze your own trail. Delve into more leadership opportunities and develop self-confidence by planning adventures with your Troop and giving back to the community in a meaningful way.


Venturers

Ages 15-17

Climb Higher

Push your potential. Develop life skills to climb the mountain of your goals and reach your personal summit, embarking on greater expeditions and acquiring real-world experience.


Rovers

Ages 18-26

Paddle Your Own Canoe

The world awaits. Experience fun and challenging expeditions with peers and drive your personal ambitions with support from a mentor, better preparing you for success.


Volunteers

Ages 14+

Make Waves

Gain new skills, join a community and help youth experience countless firsts as they develop into confident and capable individuals.

Council Events

Sask Events Calendar

Sask Events Calendar


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Volunteers Wanted

What kind of Memories will you create?

Scouts Canada is a coed youth development program that is run by volunteers who inspire adventures and experiences that create lasting memories.

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Thanks to Our Partners

Scout Canada-Saskatchewan Council would like to acknowledge and thank the Saskatchewan Lotteries Trust Fund for the generosity of the annual funding grant to support Scouting Adventures in the province of Saskatchewan.


Saskatoon

Regina

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Contact Us

Email: saskcouncil@scouts.ca
Phone: 1-639-906-7600