Scouters' Info

Welcome 67th Scouters. 

This page is for you and where you can find group information, forms, events and other gems that can help you as Scouters..


Group Committee
The 67th Winnipeg Group Committee is the parent and group Scouter administration body that oversees the business of the 67th Winnipeg Scout Group. The business meetings for the Group Committee are held about once per quarter. The purpose of these meetings is to share what is going on with all sections (Beaver Scouter, Cub Scout, Scout, Venturer, Rover) of the 67th.

The meetings are governed by the Group Commissioner and follow a formal structure based on Roberts Rules of Order. This is required as part of Scouts Canada's published BP&P rules and regulations with regard to group business governance. This means that minutes are taken and reviewed and all business decisions are voted on by registered members of the 67th Scout Group (leaders and parents).

Currently the 67th Group Committee is seeking to fill some vacant volunteer positions as well as currently filled positions as part of our succession planning.
  • Group Commissioner (Oversees group administration and program quality) - Successor sought
  • Quarter Master (managing and documenting group equipment) - Vacant
  • Venturer Section Leader/Advisor (primary group contact for this section, program quality management) - Vacant

The 67th Winnipeg Group Committee is also a charity registered with CRA Charities, however it operates under a separate governance in accordance with Revenue Canada guidelines for registered Charities. The purpose and mandate of the 67th Winnipeg Group Committee charity is to support the 67th Winnipeg Scout Group. 

Documents and Forms Below

1. Complete all columns for each expense you have incurred.  Insert your date of claim and include your name in the "Requested by" field.  Be sure to indicate to which section the expenses apply.  "Payable to" indicates the name of the store or other organization which you have paid.
2. Print the form and have it signed by (authorized by) your section head.  If you are the section head, have it signed by the Group Commissioner.  If you are the Group Commissioner, have it signed by the Treasurer.   If you are the Treasurer, have it signed by the Group Commissioner.
3. Make a photocopy or scan of the form and original receipts for your own records.
4. Submit the signed form and original receipts to the Treasurer.
5. To speed processing of payment, it would be helpful to email the completed Excel sheet to the Treasurer in parallel with submitting the paper form.
  • Individual Hold Harmless - This form should be printed, completed, signed and submitted to the section head prior to any non-registered member participating in an overnight Scouting activity (one form per event).
  • Scouts Canada Medical form - This form should be printed, completed, signed and submitted to the section head prior to any non-registered member participating in an overnight Scouting activity (one form to be signed annually).
  • Scouts Canada Code of Conduct - This form should be printed, signed and submitted to the section head prior to any non-registered member participating in any Scouting activity as an occasional helper (one form to be signed annually).  Please refer to Scouts Canada's Volunteer Screening Policy for more information.