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Parks Canada aims to ensure Canadians have a strong sense of connection to their national parks, national historic sites, heritage canals, and national marine conservation areas and these protected places are experienced in ways that leave them unimpaired for the enjoyment of present and future generations.

Scouts Canada is thrilled to partner with Parks Canada to deliver Learn-to Camp workshops and overnight programs in a variety of locations, including locations coordinated by and managed by Scouts Canada (Fraser Valley Council). Together, Scouts Canada and Parks Canada will build awareness and provide learning opportunities about camping skills and other recreational activities among urban youth and young adults in the Metro Vancouver area.

June 1, Abbotsford LDS Church 30635 Blueridge Dr, Abbotsford
Ceremony start time 2:30pm. Youth arrival 10:30am.

All further details will be emailed directly to the award recipients.

May 4,5, 2019

Theme: Star Wars!  May the 4th be with you!

HUNGER affects us all; it knows no age, it knows no race and it knows no season


Saturday, April 27th, 2019 - 9 - noon


104th Avenue and Old Yale Road, Surrey

JOIN IN a fun hike with family and friends to the SURREY FOOD BANK

Date: May 24-26, 2019Location: Queen’s Park, New Westminster (Southwest corner, near 1st St. and Vancouver St.)

The Scouts of New Westminster would like to invite interested Scout Groups from other Areas and Councils to join us at the camp that brings a whole new meaning to the expression, "Wilderness Camping".

Hosted by the 12th New Westminster Scout Group, this long-standing Camp retains its tradition of being an invitational camp for Scouts from the Lower Mainland, Vancouver Island and Washington State. This year is our 32nd Annual Hyack Camp!

We plan to have the youth play Bubble Soccer which was a huge hit last year.

On Saturday morning we will be preoccupied in rummaging for breakfast and then walking it off in the Hyack Parade. Our afternoon program has yet to be finalized but as always we will have some form of demonstration at the Park, as well as swim passes to the Canada Games Pool.

Following tradition, we will have our Saturday dinner cooking competition, in which the Scouts will have the opportunity to win “The Coveted Hyack Cooking Trophy”. The theme and the secret ingredient will be announced on site.

Saturday evening will feature the always popular campfire on the baseball diamond. New Westminster issues one fire permit a year and this is it. Come prepared with song, skit and cheer.

Camp fees are $15/person. This includes the bubble soccer, lunch after the parade on Saturday, swim pass, campfire, mug-up on Saturday, and a Hyack Camp crest.

Saturday event fees are $5/person for all Cubs and/or parents who would like to participate. This includes lunch, swim pass, campfire, mug-up on Saturday, and a Hyack Camp crest.

To register or for more information please contact:

Geoff Pinkerton – , (604) 512-4130 cell

In order to finalize our plans, we need to know how many participants are coming so please pre-register by April 15th 2019 with a $50.00 deposit or the total amount for those attending.
Group Name:
Name of Scouter in Charge:
Address of Scouter in Charge:
City and Postal Code:
Cell phone:
Email Address:
Number of Participants:
Youth @ $15.00 ea.
Scouters @ $15.00 ea.
Day Participants @ $5.00 ea.
Total Participants:
Total Fees $
Submit with cheques payable to “12th New Westminster Scout Group” to: Hyack Camp c/o Geoff Pinkerton 401 Fader St. New Westminster, BC V3L 3S9 Please email a copy of your registration to

April 12, 13, 14, 2019

Theme: Around the World
Where: Camp McLean, 20315 16 th Ave, Langley, BC
Camporee arrival/departure: Friday, April 12/19 at 6:00pm – Sunday, April 14/19 at 10:00am
Cuboree only arrival: Saturday, April 13/19 at 9:00am
Day Events opening is at 10:00am
Lunch is 12:00pm – 1:00pm
Closing is 4:00pm
Registration Deadline: Saturday, April 6/2019 – No Onsite Registration

March 22-24/19- CAMP McLEAN, - 20315 16th Ave., LANGLEY

You pick the course that best suits you in each of the time periods.

The courses are open to all registered Scouters, Venturer Scouts, Rover Scouts, Guiders and Rangers. Ranger & Venturer members must have appropriate paperwork completed for camp.

Scouter Steve Dreise has Gone Home. Steve passed away suddenly on February 11, 2019, surrounded by his family.

Steve began his Scouting career in the late 1970s with 1st Willoughby Cubs, where he is remembered as a “noisy, friendly kid with a happy smile and bold attitude towards everything.” He was also known to be mischievous and accident prone. More often than not, upon delivering Steve to the weekly Cub meeting, his father Karl would describe the week’s injuries to the Leaders. Bumps and bruises would continue through Steve’s adult life, but instead, the tales would be recounted over several cups of coffee.

Who – Calling Scouting of all age’s sizes and shapes!

What – Again this year, the 40th Canadian Baden-Powell Guild and Coho Area is hosting
participation in an international event for the worldwide family of Scouts.
Where – Belcarra Regional Park – with its heritage and natural beauty encompassing towering
forest and the open field to the sea teeming with life.
When - Saturday May 11th, 2019 – 9:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.

November 10, 2018 8:30am-3:00pm Erikson House, Camp McLean

This day is for new* Group Commissioners. The goal is to show simple ways through the more intimidating topics, presented by real people and your friendly neighbourhood Council.

No cost to new* and upcoming Group Commissioners.

* New: i.e. within the last 5 years.

Topics include:

• Interviews and Orientations explained
• How to qualify a new Scouter for Ratio
• Red, Yellow and Green activities - COAA
• PQAs, the history of your Group
• Finding what you need on webpages
• That Financial Statement
• Easy guide to necessary forms: R&HH, Consent, PF
• ScoutsTracker

Please email Amanda Sulymka to register.

If you need to bring your kids, please provide ages and quantities.

Questions? Please contact Jim White for the truth.


Scouts Canada, l’organisation jeunesse la plus importante au pays, offre des programmes stimulants pour les garçons et les filles âgés de 5 à 26 ans dans des milliers de groupes répartis dans la plupart des villes du Canada.

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