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Our Volunteers across Canada generously offer to share their time with the Scouting Movement. They are a vital part of an extraordinary world of learning and great safe adventures where they guide and mentor a terrific group of young people.

Without their commitment, time and energy, we couldn’t deliver our dynamic and engaging programs. For our Scouters, Volunteers and new parents, we have resources to help you navigate the world of Scouting.

NEW! Scouts for Sustainability Program

Want to engage youth in environment awareness, support their community building projects and inspire them to make meaningful contributions to the world?

Discover our new Scouts for Sustainability program that integrates the Sustainable Development Goals with the Canadian Path!


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NEW! Personal Achievement Badge Portal

Youth can now explore Canadian Path activities more easily to work towards their badge goals, expand their skillset and explore virtual Scouting, while having fun along the way.

This portal is a must-have tool for supporting youth in setting their own goals and take their skills to new heights!


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Scouter Manual guide

Scouter Manual

This is your first-stop reference for the Canadian Path program, with content pertaining to all Sections—from Beaver Scouts to Rover Scouts.

Have a look, and we’ll see you on The Path! 

Scouter Manual

New to Scouting

As a new parent, Scouter or Group Commissioner, there’s a lot to learn about the world of Scouting. In order to help you discover more in an accessible way, Scouts Canada has created an orientation process to ease your transition.

Whether you need materials to facilitate a quality Scouting program, are seeking information to help you support your child on their Scouting journey, or are interested in tools to help you and your Scouters deliver a positive Scouting experience for youth—our Resource section has you covered!

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Program Resources

The Canadian Path program is the way Scouting is done in Canada. This well-rounded program offers youth aged 5 to 26 an opportunity to experience new things, to have more adventures and to develop into confident and capable individuals. For program quality guides and assessments, best practices, adventure ideas and more, discover life on the Canadian path.

Journey Farther

Scouter Support Resources

Our progress, success and growth depend on Scouters having the tools and training they need to facilitate quality programming. As a Scouter, you’ll find helpful resources to support your delivery of the Scouting Mission.

Competent and confident Scouters are the cornerstone of a high quality and successful youth program that will enable us to continue helping youth prepare for future success in the world.

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Forms & Downloads

There’s plenty to learn about the world of Scouting, which is why we’ve brought together the guides, forms and resources you’ll need for a successful Scouting journey. Discover more tools and helpful resources here!

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Group Support Centre

The Group Support Centre is a resource and networking hub dedicated to Group Commissioners. As a Group Commissioner, you are the face of Scouting in your community. Your Group is integral to how Scouting is offered to local youth, and your efforts as a Volunteer are invaluable to our Mission of developing well-rounded youth, better prepared for success in the world.

Group Support Centre

Policies, Standards and Procedures

Welcome to Scouts Canada’s Policies, Standards and Procedures. Collectively, these instructions provide the ‘rules and regulations’ of Scouting. They are written to provide clear and specific support for Scouting in all its dimensions—whatever your role or your situation. Our Policies and Standards provide you with ‘what you need to know’, and in many instances specify ‘what you need to do’. Our Procedures describe ‘how you need to do it’ and the minimum requirements for safety or program quality. 

Policies, Standards and Procedures

Brand Centre

The Scouts Canada Brand Centre is your source for all your marketing resources.

Discover the tools required to create professional and inspiring materials— such as advertisements, flyers and posters—that have been carefully designed to motivate and engage potential, new and current Scouts Canada members.

Through dynamic and consistent messaging and images, these materials will help you produce bolder, inspiring communications, while showcasing the best of the Scouts Canada experience.

Visit the Brand Centre