Home groups are local Scout Groups that we operate within the Lower Mainland for youth members between the ages of 5-18 years old.

    Being a part of Scouts allows them to discover and experience new things that are not planned in a regular school curriculum.  We see the importance of education outside of the classroom. In our programs, we give youth the opportunity to explore and test their limits. We make learning fun via arts and crafts, outdoor activities, and even the smaller things such as taking public transportation. Scouting, throughout all age groups, offers a world where youth can discover the best in themselves as well as the best in others. 

  • The 23rd Elsie Roy Scout Group emphasizes the importance of life outside the classroom to help develop well-rounded youth who are better prepared for success.

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    The 28th Terra Nova Richmond Scout Group is a very strong entity amongst the Scouting community. They have up to 50 members with the program still led by a team of young leaders and are supported by a parent committee. The group now runs smoothly in all five sections (Beaver Colony, Cub Pack, Scout Troop, Venturer Company, and Rover Crew).

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    At the 138th East Vancouver Scout Group, we strive to deliver a leadership development program seeking to prepare motivated learners, problem solvers, effective communicators, and responsible young adults who are ready to make a real difference to the community.

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    “These Scout leaders are actually just older kids. They use their spare time to volunteer and contribute to the group. Once they start, they do it for many years. Every event is well-organized and smooth. In this three-day camp, they took care of everything from contacting campsite, to organizing the three meals snacks, fruits, to organizing activities for different age group, with over 60 people including youth and parents of different races. These leaders were up having planning meeting until 2-3am while we were sleeping. We had fun and they were exhausted. Other than feeling grateful, I also appreciate them for being a great role model for my son! “

    Parent from the 28th Terra Nova Richmond Scout Group



    Here is a peak at what our Beaver Colony program looks like with the 23rd Elsie Roy Homegroup.

  • Interested in joining one of our home groups?