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What makes Scouting Unique

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May 25, 2019

There are a large number of youth organizations – there’s no shortage of options of ways to enrich a youth’s life. When it comes to Scouting, we have a rich history of creating a youth program that focuses on developing leadership skills, gets kids outdoors, and is frankly a…


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Campfire’s Burning, Draw Near

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March 8, 2019

Since 2016, 23rd Elsie Roy Scout Group has been celebrating Founders Day/BP Day with an outdoor campfire. There’s nothing too special or unique about it, until you realize that it happens in Yaletown – part of the downtown area of Vancouver. The fire may be provided by a propane…


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The Power of Eleven

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November 10, 2018

On the 11th hour, of the 11th day, of the 11th month, a war that shaped and rocked our society came to an end. Every year we gather, listen to our history, reflect on those who died, and remember. As a Scouter, I’m passionate about taking time to remember…


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Founders Day

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February 22, 2018

A short 161 years ago in Paddington, UK – Lord Baden Powell entered the world. In his fiftieth year, Boy Scouts started, a worldwide organization that has helped, inspired, challenged, and I like to believe changed the lives of hundreds of thousands. I count myself lucky to be one…


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Lest We Forget

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November 10, 2016

After attending 2 of our local Remembrance Day Ceremonies, the youth concluded that they didn’t like it. They like the┬áconcept, but not the act of doing it. Why? They couldn’t hear anything or see anything. Being in a city, our services are packed. I’ve honestly never actually heard anything…

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Cub Aged Youth Today

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February 7, 2015

At the age of 9, most Cub Scouts are more so worried about the spelling test they have with words like “before”, “boxes”, “spell”, “laugh” and “mother”. These kids are in grades 1-3. The grade 2 curriculum is comprised of; Arts, Physical Education, Math, Science and Social Studies. Arts…

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