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Novel Coronavirus — November 26, 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.

This is not just a website.
This is the start of an adventure.

Everyone’s had enough of indoor activities. We’ve earned our time out in the sun — our time to play, make friends and have fun.

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Let kids be kids. Again.

Put the video games and movies on pause. It’s time to get back outside with Scouting!

Learn more about Scout Canada's new vaccination mandate.

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Scouting is the perfect chance for your kids to prepare for the real world, by exploring the world!

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Blaze their own trail

Help kids discover what they are capable of through hands-on experiences with the support of a welcoming community.

Connect with nature

Staring at screens can’t compare to the feeling of toasting a marshmallow, canoeing down a serene river or sharing stories under a blanket of stars.

Build your community

While Scouts helps kids grow personally, they also develop into exceptional team players and capable leaders.

“As Scouts, the program leads us on our journey to become the best we can be. And with a focus on youth-led planning and adventures, we are limited only by the boundaries of our imagination. It is a fun, hands-on learning experience where you can discover your potential in a safe, adventurous and inclusive way.”

— Kaelem Moniz, Scouting Youth

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Playing it safe.

As Canada’s leading co-ed youth organization, we make it our priority to create a fun and safe environment for our members. Our activities follow comprehensive policies, resources and guidelines to make them as safe as possible so you can rest easy knowing that your Scouts are in safe hands.

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