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[[File:CanadianPath Logo.png|frameless|right]]Scouts Canada is embarking on a new journey and is looking for your help in bringing great Scouting Adventures to more Canadian youth. Join us on the Canadian Path as we launch the next great chapter in Canadian Scouting. Working together as one Scouts Canada, we will not only revitalize our Scouting programs, we will revitalize Scouting in Canada.
 
[[File:CanadianPath Logo.png|frameless|right]]Scouts Canada is embarking on a new journey and is looking for your help in bringing great Scouting Adventures to more Canadian youth. Join us on the Canadian Path as we launch the next great chapter in Canadian Scouting. Working together as one Scouts Canada, we will not only revitalize our Scouting programs, we will revitalize Scouting in Canada.
  
The Canadian Path consists of 4 main elements: [[Youth Led]], [[Plan-Do-Review]], [[Adventure]], and [[SPICES]].  
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The Canadian Path consists of four main principles, which are called the Four Elements: [[Youth Led]], [[Plan-Do-Review]], [[Adventure]], and [[SPICES]].  
  
 
See for more information and program resources [http://scouts.ca/canadianpath/ The Canadian Path website].
 
See for more information and program resources [http://scouts.ca/canadianpath/ The Canadian Path website].
  
 
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Scouts Canada is embarking on a new journey and is looking for your help in bringing great Scouting Adventures to more Canadian youth. Join us on the Canadian Path as we launch the next great chapter in Canadian Scouting. Working together as one Scouts Canada, we will not only revitalize our Scouting programs, we will revitalize Scouting in Canada.

The Canadian Path consists of four main principles, which are called the Four Elements: Youth Led, Plan-Do-Review, Adventure, and SPICES.

See for more information and program resources The Canadian Path website.


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