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Group Leader Resources

Our leaders know how important their role is in delivering an excellent program to each and every group they are apart of. Here, leaders will find important policy information, documents, forms and guides that are commonly used in Scouting. For a complete list of resource and policy information, please click here to access Scouts Canada.

BP&P Quick Reference Guides

Click on any of the links below to view the Quick Reference Guide.






Group Commissioners


Religion in Life & Spirituality Awards

Scouts Canada welcomes all religious affiliations and we encourage all our youth and leaders to learn more about and develop their faith in all aspects of our programming as well in the attainment of a Religion in Life Badge, which is specifically geared to their individual religious community. Scouts also welcomes all those who do not have a specific religious affiliation and/or do not attend a regular religious worship service. Furthermore, for those who do not have any religious affiliation we offer the opportunity to engage in your own expression and your own personal sense of what Spirituality means to you through our Spirituality Award.

Click here to view the Complete Recognition Guide


Mandatory Training and Screening Policies Update

Chainsaw Policy

Chainsaw Policy Guidelines

Scouts Canada, the country’s leading youth organization, offers challenging programs for boys, girls and youth age 5-26 in thousands of individual groups in most cities and towns across Canada.

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