Cub Scouts  Ages 8 - 10 

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Tracker Age 9

Howler Age 10

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 Cubs: Well Rounded Development 

Cub Scouts is built around a lively variety of games, crafts, music, storytelling, play acting, spiritual fellowship and the outdoors.  The Cub Scout program focuses the following key areas:

  • The Environment and Outdoors

  • Beliefs and Values

  • Leadership

  • Active and Healthy Living

  • Citizenship

  • Creative Expression

Individual interests and skills are recognized through Personal Achievement Badges which include Air, Arts, Building, Canada, Community, Earth, Hobby, Home, Science, Space, Summer Fitness, Technology, Water, Winter Fitness, World, Year Round Fitness.

 

Throughout the Scouting program (Beavers through Rovers), youth work towards mastery of a variety of Outdoor Adventure Skills including:

  • Camping Skills

  • Aquatic Skills

  • Paddling Skills

  • Winter Skills

  • Emergency Skills

  • Vertical Skills

  • Trail Skills

  • Scoutcraft Skills

  • Sailing Skills
     

The outdoors is an essential part of the Cub Scout program.  Weekend events, like hikes and overnight camping opportunities round out the Cub Scouting experience.

A Cub wears their uniform to all scouting events. To purchase a uniform follow the link to ScoutShop.ca.

Cub Scout Promise

Cub Scout Law

Cub Scout Motto

I Promise to do my best to love and serve God, to do my duty to the Queen; to keep the law of the Wolf Cub Pack and to do a good turn for someone every day.

The Cub respects the Old Wolf,

The Cub respects them-self.

Do your best!

* I Promise to do my best to be true to myself, to do my duty for my country; to keep the law of the Wolf Cub Pack and to do a good turn for someone every day.

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There are a number of badges and awards that Cub Scouts can earn while participating in our program as well as on their own at home. Follow the link for the Guide to Personal Achievement Badges Here

Each Cub Scout can also view requirements and track their progress of the Personal Achievement Badges and Outdoor Adventure Skills using the ScoutsTracker.ca website.

* By providing an additional promise for members to choose from - Scouts Canada can create an open space for youth to express their unique dedication. Now is the opportunity to further reflect Scouts Canada's relevancy and commitment to diversity and inclusion in an ever changing world, by welcoming a new alternative Scout Promise.

When viewing the calendar you can scroll lower on the page and select your specific section's events.

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Say Thank You

to a Scouter Today!