At home… While our program has traditionally focused on group and in person activities building leadership and resilience, there are some opportunities and resources for Scouting from home and for Scouting on the Internet. The Scouts Canada website has some … Continue reading “Scouting in a time of pandemic” →
We’re here at Union Station right now and St Lawrence Market in the morning. Beautiful henge moment a few minutes ago…
We’re back online for real. Our website hasn’t had much love since 2015, but we’ve been quite active all this time and many things have happened including a couple of Jamborees. The Sea Scouts went to the Canadian Scout Jamboree … Continue reading “Starting a new year” →
Once again another successful camp for the 403rd Toronto Scout Group! As the 2016/17 Scouting Year draws to a close and we start preparing the 2017/18 program, some thank you notes. To the youth, we are so proud of the … Continue reading “End of year camp” →
Cubs have been busy putting the finishing touches to their birdhouses – part of their craft badge. Check out a couple of photos from the night.
A huge thank you to all the Beavers, Cubs, Scouts, leaders and parents who came out to help with our Apple Day 2014 fundraising. Apple Day is such an important fundraising opportunity for the group with 100% of the donations staying with the 403rd Toronto. View photos from the day
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 – 21st Sept 2014) held on Snake Island (part of Toronto Islands) for a weekend of … Continue reading “44th Ontario Sea Scout Rendezvous” →
Meetings for Beavers (6&7 year olds) start at 6 PM and meetings for Sea Scouts (11+ year olds) start at 7 PM on Wednesday, September 10. Meetings for Cubs (8 to 10 year olds) start at 7 PM on Thursday, … Continue reading “New program year starts September 10” →
We held our annual banquet and participated in a Founder’s Day service with our sponsor, St. Peter’s Anglican Church. The banquet went well and we all sang Ging Gang Goolie with and for the families just before dessert. All sections were represented at both events.
The Cubs made a beautiful wreath and two of our Scouts presented it at the Remembrance Day ceremony at Old City Hall. Also attending were Scouters Keith, Morgan, Paul, and Michael (1st Highland Creek).