Novel Coronavirus — June 26, 2020 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.

Novel Coronavirus Update — June 26, 2020

A ‘New Normal’ for Scouting

A ‘New Normal’ for Scouting

Explore how Scouting will adapt to help youth continue their Scouting journey through safe, fun programming in light of the coronavirus pandemic.

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Stay informed with Scouts Canada’s latest actions to address COVID-19: COVID-19 Actions

Have questions? Read our FAQ

Important external resources to keep you informed: COVID-19 Resources

How To: Safe Scouting Meetings During COVID

On June 11, Scouts Canada shared its proposed standards for running safe Section meetings this fall and solicited your feedback. Thank you for sharing your thoughts with us. We received over 3000 comments that combined with parent survey data, focus groups and evolving provincial guidelines will help us shape the final standards to be posted as soon as they are ready, along with additional resources and training to ensure our community is ready for a return to fun, Scouting activities this fall.

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Explore our research findings to hear what parents are saying.

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How To: Safe Scouting Meetings During COVID

I Want to Help!

Discover Scouts Canada’s CSSG Opportunities

Explore opportunities to volunteer with Scouts Canada. You could be eligible for a Canada Student Service Grant of up to $5,000 to help fund your post-secondary education.

Use the code ScoutCan2020 when you apply.

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From news updates to International Jamborees, to camporees and fundraisers, Scouting youth are embracing adventure from coast-to-coast-to coast; all while making meaningful contributions to creating a better world.

Great Adventures Start with Scout Popcorn

Fundraising with Scout Popcorn is youth-led and helps youth be better prepared for success in the world! In addition to raising money, youth develop valuable business skills and learn about financial responsibility, marketing strategy development and time management while also increasing their self-esteem and confidence in the process.

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