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Overview of Council Structure

Scouts Canada has twenty geographic Councils, each of which is managed by a Council Commissioner, Council Youth Commissioner, and Council Executive Director, who together make up the Key 3 who report to Scouts Canada's National Operations via the Executive Commissioner and Chief Executive Officer.

A Council’s prime focus will be membership development. Councils will also provide support to Areas in the delivery of program activities, including recruitment of youth, starting new Groups and program support. Councils are based on membership and ability to service. Councils are created, deleted and changed as per By-Law No. 2.

Though most Councils are designed to capture the entire province, this is not the case in British Columbia, Alberta, and Ontario. Several decades ago, when Scouts Canada was a federated structure, Councils (then referred to as Regions) reported to the Provincial Council, who reported to the EC/CEO.

Council Listing and Links

find your local Council by going HERE.
Newfoundland and Labrador - website Prince Edward Island - website Nova Scotia - website
New Brunswick - website Quebec - website Tri-Shores - website
Battlefields - website Shining Waters - website Greater Toronto - website
Central Escarpment - website Northern Ontario - website Voyageur - website
White Pine - website Manitoba - website Saskatchewan - website
Chinook - website Northern Lights - website Cascadia - website
Fraser Valley - website Pacific Coast - website

Map of Scouts Canada's 20 Geographic Councils

Scouts Canada Council Map.JPG