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Scoutrees was officially launched on May 9th, 1974 by His Excellency Governor General Jules Leger, Chief Scout of Canada.<ref>Canadian Scout Handbook, 1998</ref>
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Scoutrees was officially launched on May 9th, 1974 by His Excellency Governor General Jules Leger, [[Chief Scout of Canada]].<ref>Canadian Scout Handbook, 1998</ref>
  
 
The Scoutrees for Canada project helps reforest Canada and reclaim waste area.
 
The Scoutrees for Canada project helps reforest Canada and reclaim waste area.

Revision as of 07:21, 14 June 2011

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Scoutrees was officially launched on May 9th, 1974 by His Excellency Governor General Jules Leger, Chief Scout of Canada.[1]

The Scoutrees for Canada project helps reforest Canada and reclaim waste area.

The symbol is made up of three parts: half of a coniferous tree and a fleur-de-lis, superimposed on a maple leaf.

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External Links

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References

  1. Canadian Scout Handbook, 1998