With Groups in Amherstview, Sydenham, Verona, Perth Road, Joyceville, Gananoque and the City of Kingston.

Programs

The Canadian Path is the way Scouting is done in Canada.

A non-formal approach to learning.

Seven components of the Scout Method.

The Four Elements (Youth-led, Plan-Review-Do, Adventure and SPICES).

A balanced program in six Program Areas.

A personal journey of growth.


Our Programs are for Girls and Boys

5-7 years old

 Beaver Scouts  The diverse Canadian landscape and its flora and fauna provide the basis for the symbolic framework for Beaver Scouts, with an emphasis on the beaver, its pond and the surrounding forest.  Beaver Scouts are guided in their explorations by the Friends of the Forest (Scouters) – the forest animals who bring new ideas, new perspectives and wisdom with which to explore the forest, the pond and beyond. Beaver Scouts and Scouters join in sharing ideas.

8-10 years old

 Cub Scouts  The theme of the Cub Scout program is inspired by The Jungle Book, by Rudyard Kipling, in which a jungle wolf pack in India adopts an abandoned young boy.  Youth of Cub Scout age come together in small groups called Lairs. Lairs are usually made up of about eight youth. Collectively, Lairs make up a Cub Pack.

11-14 years old

Scouts  has a rich tradition—it was the first Section developed by Lord Baden-Powell over 100 years ago.  SCOUTING IS still about helping clever youth with pluck succeed in life by learning and practising valuable skills.  Youth of Scouts age come together in small groups called Patrols. Patrols are usually made up of about six youth. Patrols join together to form a Scout Troop.

15-17 years old

Venturer Scouts The Venturer Scout program provides an exciting and enriching experience at one of the most important periods of development in a young person’s life. Venturer Scouts have an opportunity to enrich their Company and themselves by setting and achieving goals, measuring progress, developing in each of the SPICES and realizing their potential as members of Canadian society.

On the Canadian Path, Venturer Scouts focus on the importance of developing character. Less emphasis is placed on Company structure and authority, and more on building a team that takes advantage of the entire skill set of the group. Venturer Scouts may muster into larger groups that provide greater social-development opportunities and allow Venturer Scouts to work together to ensure everyone reaches his or her personal summit. However, the main focus for the Venturer Scout is on personal development—a Solo Climb.

18-26 years old

Rover Scouts  This is the most senior Section of the five Scouts Canada Sections. Rover Scouting helps with the transition from adolescence to adulthood and supports young adults with their integration into adult society. The challenges for young adults of this age are many, including figuring out what they want to do with their lives, doing well in school, getting a job and being successful at it, navigating relationships, transitioning into adult life and responsibilities, and seeking to make an impact in society and in their communities. Rover Scouts provides young adults with a program and a support system to help them achieve their personal goals within groups of like-minded individuals.

 18+ years old

Scouters are volunteers who work to expand their skills and knowledge and to make a difference in the lives of children.  Scouters are the core of delivering program to youth.  Scouters provide a safe and supportive environment for youth to experiment and learn.  Scouters undergo background checks and training to ensure that they are equipped well to work with youth.

Retired Scouters

Baden-Powell Guild   The Canadian Fellowship is comprised largely of former members of the Scouting and Guiding movement who wish to continue to associate with like minded people and lend assistance to those movements when they are able.