Code of Conduct

    Use of bad language will not be tolerated.
    Fighting will not be tolerated.
    Scouts, Cubs and Beavers will treat both fellow Scouts, Cubs and Beavers and their leaders with respect at all times
    Honesty and truthfulness are expected at all times..
    Cubs and Beavers will follow leaders' instructions at all times. Disruptive behaviour will not be tolerated.
    Scouts, Cubs and Beavers must respect school policy which states that shoes worn in the gym must have non-marking soles.
    All Scouts, Cubs and Beavers must take proper care of all equipment, craft and game supplies and school property.
    Scouts, Cubs and Beavers will not leave the gym or go on any equipment unless permission has been obtained by one of the leaders.

Sections
The Scout program emphasizes having fun while encouraging youth to feel good about themselves, their friends and family, God, and the environment. The Scout program helps youth expand their leadership skills and gain self confidence.

Scouting promotes activities that encourage youth to:

    Express and respond to their own spiritual values and beliefs while showing concern for others
    Develop self reliance
    Pursue hobbies and personal interests
    Develop self discipline and the skills of working cooperatively with others
    Cooperate in setting and achieving small group and personal goals
    Practice leadership skills
    Relate with adults
    Be of service to others
    Camp, explore the outdoors, and develop good conservation practices

The Scout program is designed around a lively variety of activities based on personal and group interests. Scouts emphasizes outdoor and environmental activities, citizenship and community service, leadership, and personal development. Individual interests and skills are recognized through an awards system.

The outdoors is an essential part of the Scout program. Weekend events, extended hikes, no trace camping and seasonal sports opportunities round out the Scout experience. Developing an active, healthy lifestyle is the prime goal.

Scouts meet in a group called a troop. The troop is split into smaller groups called patrols. There is one leader for every six Scouts. Each Scout learns a promise, law and motto to help guide their personal development.
5 to 7 years of age (boys & girls)The Beaver program emphasizes having fun while encouraging children to feel good about themselves, their friends and family, God, and nature. Beavers helps children learn basic social skills and gain self confidence. The Beaver program promotes activities that encourage children to:

    Find examples of their own spiritual beliefs
    Experience and express love and joy
    Be healthy and have good feelings about themselves
    Develop a sense of belonging and sharing in small group activities
    Develop a sense of cooperation through non-competitive activities

The Beaver program is built around a lively variety of games, crafts, music, storytelling, playacting, spiritual fellowship and the outdoors. Beaver activities stress cooperation and teamwork, and can involve the whole family.

The outdoors is an essential part of the Beaver program. Weekend events, picnics, short nature hikes and family based camping opportunities round out the Beaver experience.

Beavers meet in a group called a colony. The colony is split into smaller groups called lodges. There is one leader for every five Beavers. Each Beaver learns a promise, law and motto to help guide their personal development.
Beavers
Cubbing is built around a lively variety of games, crafts, music, storytelling, play acting, spiritual fellowship and the outdoors. The Cub program focuses around six activity areas:

    The Natural World
    Outdoors
    Creative Expression
    Healthy Living
    Home and Community
    Canada and the World

Individual interests and skills are recognized through simple awards. The outdoors is an essential part of the Cub program. Weekend events, hikes and overnight camping opportunities round out the Cubbing experience.

Cubs meet in a group called a pack. The pack is split into smaller groups called sixes. There is one leader for every six Cubs. Each Cub learns a promise, law and motto to help guide their personal development.
Cubs
Scouts
Young men and women ages 14 to 17 years

Enjoy mountain biking, rock-climbing, canoeing, kayaking, extended hikes and lots of camping.

These are just a few of the adventures you'll tackle in Scouting.

You'll enjoy your outdoor adventures as part of a team, working together with other young people to accomplish thrilling challenges.

Scouting gives every member a chance to be a leader. It might involve running an activity, organizing a camp, or participating with other young people across your province or Canada in a youth forum.

What do you want to do? Maybe you'd like to be a police officer, firefighter, or paramedic. In Venturers, you can "try on" different exciting career options to see what's right for you.

Venturers meet in a group called a Company. Venturers develop and manage their own program under the mentorship of a respected advisors. Venturers adhere to a promise and motto.
Venturers
Rovers
Men and women 18 to 26 years of age.

The outdoors is an essential part of the Rover program. Rovers often participate in adventurous activities like mountain climbing, or white water rafting.

Rovers also help their local communities by running service activities such as food drives, park clean-ups, and tree plantings.

Rovers meet in a group called a crew. Rovers develop and manage their own program under the mentorship of a respected advisor. Rovers adhere to a promise and motto.