This category is for Canadian Scouting. Scouting is an educational movement for young people with over 250,000 members in Canada. Scouting was established in the UK by Lord Baden-Powell 1907 and quickly spread around the world. Earl Grey, the Governor-General of Canada, at the request of Lord Baden-Powell became the first Chief-Scout of Canada in 1910.
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Becky's Guiding Resource Centre
Information resources on songs, games, camping, games, crafts and other activities for Girl Guides.
Canadian Rovers EH?
Features The Phoenix, an Internet publication replacing The Canadian Rover Eh?.
Canadian Scouting Catalogue
A catalogue of badges, uniforms, memorabilia, and other items from 1908 to present.
Preston Scout House Alumni Band
Provides participant information, tour, and booking availability.
Association for Ontario and Quebec Rovers. Information about meetings.
Group of registered Scouts Canada members dedicated to turning Scouts Canada into a democratic association.
Resources site. Topics include: Klondike Derby, Scouting issues, spirituality, ceremonies, kit lists, Venturer and Rover bylaws.
Scouts Scope Newsletter, news, and resources including games, program ideas, Scoutmaster's Minutes, books by BP and others, and the entire Jim Speirs archives.
Evidence strong to support scouting movement was born in Port Morien - Cape Breton Post
The tradition that scouting began in Port Morien in 1908 is strong. To commemorate the event, the village has planned four days of celebrations from July 10-13. (June 29, 2008)
Opportunities abound through scouting - Langley Advance
Today scouting is far different from what was begun as the Boy Scouts a century ago by Lord Robert Baden-Powell in England. (September 11, 2007)
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