Scouting and Guiding in Yukon

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Scouting in Yukon dates back to 1913, serving thousands of young men and women.

Scouting in Yukon[edit]

Yukon is administratively connected to British Columbia in the BC/Yukon Council of Scouts Canada.

Among Yukon's varied Scouting groups are Scouts and Venturers.

Girl Guiding in Yukon[edit]

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Girls from age 5 through 17 are served by the Yukon District of Girl Guides of Canada-Guides du Canada.[1] Yukon District is part of the Aurora Adventures Area Council and Alberta Council.[2] Through financial support from YRAC, Yukon District can provide administrative support to Guiders and girls through the Guide Office (102-302 Steele Street, Whitehorse, Y1A 2C5, 667-2455).[3]

See also[edit]

Scouting and Guiding in Canada's provinces and territories

References[edit]

  1. ^ Local information is available online at yukonguides.wordpress.com.
  2. ^ (www.albertagirlguides.com)
  3. ^ For more information about Guiding in Yukon, email girlguides AT klondiker.com

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