It was in 1906 when Lord Stephenson Smith Baden Powell initiated the scouting movement to foster and develop independence, discipline and love of nature to young boys. Three years later,at the memorable crystal palace rally of the Boyscouts in England , a group of uniformed , self-styled Girlscouts appealed to Lord BP to form a similar movement for girls. Since then, scouting has made a great impact to young boys and girls alike. This very day, we are celebrating a
memorable moment in a boy or girl’s life: to be welcomed into our Scout groups.
Outdoor & Indoor Scouting
Size of gatherings: Follow local and provincial guidelines.
Patrols: 8 youth maximum
Sharing of equipment: permitted within Patrols only
Camping: All Sections may camp overnight indoors or outdoors in Patrols only. Large buildings are not permitted. Tents or shelters preferred.