We were back on Algonquin Island for some canoeing and to get our year started with new Scouts. Welcome to all! We’re glad you have
Thanks to the great work of their Scouters, especially Scouters Jane (Jessica), Beth and Al, the Cub pack spent the weekend of June 24 on
First Island Meeting of 22/23 Welcome back to a new Scouting year. More details will follow very soon, but wanted to give you a heads
Looking for sailors, paddlers, campers, and engaged citizens! Come share your skills and passion with youth 5 to 16 within a local Scouts Canada Group.
We want any device with wire, circuit board or battery• Headphones, cell phones, desk phones• chargers, radios, monitors, keyboards• Hard drives should be wiped or
We’re excited to join Blair Everywhere, a virtual camp from home celebrating the magic of Blair Atholl Jamborette. The camp is open to every Scottish Scout, Explorer
This weekend the 403rd Toronto Scouts headed off on their patrol camp at Minden Wild Water Preserve (@ Minden Hills).
The camp was a massive success – and huge kudos goes to the Scouts who planned the entire camp – setting the menu, shopping, organizing the camp booking, organizing the transport. Everything went off without a hitch and they should be incredibly proud of themselves. More…
The 403rd Toronto Scouts and Cubs were joined by three other Sea Scout groups from across Ontario for the 44th Ontario Sea Scout Rendezvous (19th –
Four Scouts and three leaders went canoeing on Lake Ontario yesterday. We had a fun time and while we were on the island, we stopped
Sunday, July 6 to Saturday, July 12, 2014 on the Lower Madawaska River to Griffith, Ontario
The 403rd Toronto Sea Scouts are hosting an exciting opportunity for Venturers and Scouts to take their canoeing skills to the next level on one of Ontario’s best canoeing rivers.
This camp is open to any registered member of Scouts Canada from age 13 to 17 inclusive. There are only 12 spaces for participants, so you should act quickly to secure your spot.