Welcome to the 67th Winnipeg Scout Group

Scouters Information page is: https://sites.google.com/site/6667wpg/home/scouters-info

What's up with our Group ...

Register any time  Drop in to a weekly meeting, register on line at www.myscouts.ca or email 67thWpg@gmail.com for more info.

In addition to section-specific meetings and outings, we offer many activities spanning various age-ranges, some involving the whole family.  Mark your calendar for the following.

Thursday, July 2, 2015: Pacific Jamboree planning meeting. For all registered participants and offer of service. 7-8 pm
St. Aidan's Anglican Church, 274 Campbell Street (at Kingsway)

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2014-15 registration now open!
Please go to www.myscouts.ca to register online. Credit card payments accepted. 
Click here for more detail on fees, and a link to registration resources (on-line and paper forms).

Challenge Accepted
Our Group Crest

67th Winnipeg Scout Group crest with additional text "Challenge Accepted" and "Manitoba"

Scouts Canada introduced new uniforms in September 2011. 
You can purchase uniforms at  scoutshop.ca
View insignia placement here.

Download 2014 Annual Report - click here.

Welcome to the 67th Winnipeg Scout Group*

Serving River Heights and surrounding neighbourhoods, we offer outdoor-oriented programs for young people, aged 5 to 26.
By enrolling in Scouting, you open the door to explore a vast range of new experiences, opportunities, adventures, and friendships.  As with other Scout Groups throughout Manitoba and the rest of Canada, youth are divided into five age categories called sections.  While some events and activities span two or more sections, each section holds separate weekly meetings, runs a separate program, and even has its own logo.

What could be more Canadian than a Beaver shouting out its motto of  "sharing, sharing, sharing"?  Girls and boys from age 5 to 7 gather for an hour of games, crafts and learning on Monday nights.
Cub Scouts section logo features a green wolf's head in a yellow square

Based on the wolves and other associated critters in The Jungle Book by Rudyard Kipling, Wolf Cubs, a.k.a. Cub Scouts (girls and boys age 8 to 10) practice "do your best" on Tuesday nights.
The original scouting section, Scouts is for girls and boys, 11 to 14 years of age.  66-67th Scouts develop responsibility and leadership skills through their motto of "be prepared" on Wednesday nights.
Young men and women, 14 to 17, put the "venturer" in "adventurer."  Outdoor activities are an essential part of the program and align with the Venturer Scout motto of "challenge."
Men and women Rover Scouts meet in a "crew," developing and managing their own program.  With the motto of "Service," Rover Scouts also act in leadership roles with younger Scouting sections.
Adults, Become A Leader/Volunteer!

Want to join Scouting with your child? Become a Leader!  We're always looking for interested volunteers.  Please talk to any of our current leaders for more information.
By breaking the group into sections, youth can participate in age-appropriate activities, yet still progress within the same group.

The program year for each section typically runs from September to June (usually a bit shorter for Beaver Scouts, the youngest section).

  • Fees 2014-2015 Scouting Year
    • Youth Beaver Scouts, Cub Scouts, Scouts, Venturer Scouts: $200.00
    • Discounts provided for third or more youth in a family
    • Adult Volunteers and Rover Scouts: no charge
    • Reduced fees are available for part-year registrations at Feb 1, 2015 (to $105) and again at June 1, 2015 (to $70)
    • Fees are eligible for Child Fitness Tax Credit
  • Plus weekly dues and uniform/handbook.
  • Some fees are also applied to camps and other special outings.
  • See http://www.scouts.ca/ca/member-registration for forms and details.
Program year begins in September, but youth registrations and adult leader volunteers are accepted any time of the year.
Information subject to change.

Scouts serve dinner at Wilderness Chjallenge camp

* Formerly known as 66th/67th Winnipeg Scout Group