Wood Badge is leadership training for all Scouters. This training has been updated for the Canadian Path program. Skills developed from Wood Badge training will help you as a leader in Scouting. No charge for the sessions. To reserve your spot, please contact Scouter Linda Boone.

The Jamboree on the Air, or JOTA, is an annual Scouting event that uses amateur radio to link Scouts around the world, around Canada, and in your own community. This worldwide jamboree requires no travel, other than to a nearby amateur radio shack, Scout meeting place, camp or community centre. Rivorton Scouting youth and families…

The annual New Brunswick Council Provincial Awards Ceremony is being held at the New Brunswick Legislature in Fredericton on Saturday, November 4th, 2017 at 1:30 PM in the afternoon. Award recipients are asked to arrive at least 1 hour in advance. Details TBA. You can download the application form here. Criteria for Top Level Awards are…

There will be a general clean-up day at the Yoho Scout Reserve on Saturday afternoon, November 11th after the Remembrance Day Ceremonies – roughly 1:30 to 4:30pm. There is a long list of jobs that need to be tackled, including: General cleaning (with specific emphasis on the kitchen and bathrooms) Minor painting and dry wall…

Snowshoe, fatbike or run your way through the back woods of the Killarney Park region. Courses available for beginners to advanced. This is New Brunswick’s premiere winter adventure race. Standard Course Standard Course Approximately 7km total distance. Approximately 20 standard controls and bonus skill stations. Easy navigation. Confined to the park terrain. Safety and rest…

There will be an NB Council Service Team Workshop on Saturday, February 3rd, 2018 from 10am-4pm, in Fredericton at the Southside Atlantic Superstore. We ask that all Group Commissioners, Area Commissioners, Area Youth Commissioners, Deputy Council Commissioners and Area Service Managers participate. We’ll provide lunch and coffee! There will be lots of information to cover…

February is a special month for Scouts and Girl Guides worldwide. Each year, both Movements celebrate February 22nd, the birthday of our Founder, Lord Robert Baden-Powell and his wife, the World Chief Guide, Lady Olave Baden-Powell. During Scout-Guide Week, members of Scouts Canada and Girl Guides hold special activities to promote our movements.

We are very pleased to announce the Maritime Scouter Conference to be held March 2-4th hosted by Nova Scotia, New Brunswick and PEI Councils. The Maritime Conference will take place March 2-4 at the Future Inn, 30 Fairfax Dr, Halifax NS. Registration is now open so don’t delay and reserve your spot today. Further details…