The Girl Guides of Canada-Guides du Canada’s blog, GirlGuidesCANBlog, is a daily log of the Girl Guide Movement.  This site is operated by GGC staff with guest contributions from GGC Members, volunteers, parents and others.

GirlGuidesCANBlog is a place to share ideas and information about Canadian Girl Guide programs, initiatives and activities as well as a place to highlight the great work done by our Members!  We hope our posts will inform, entertain and maybe even delight readers with insights and information ranging from girl empowerment and gender bias, to self-esteem and outdoor activities, to community action and celebrating our members’ achievements.

The content of each post and each comment represents the views of that author and does not necessarily reflect the views of GGC.

Our blog is divided into the following categories:

We welcome your comments, tips and ideas.  Let us know what’s going on in your community; share your resources and activity ideas; and tell us what Guiding means to you! Submit a brief idea and bio to us at: GGCblog (at) girlguides.ca

*Editor’s Note
All comments are moderated and will only appear online once they have been reviewed and approved.  Comments that include the following will not be posted:
• include personal attacks on GGC Members or other commenters
• make false or unsubstantiated allegations
• quote people or sources that are not easily verified
• include vulgar or hateful language or libellous statements, or comments that are legally questionable
Comments may also be removed if they are not relevant to the topic, if they contain advertising, “spam” or other commercial elements, or if the person posting the comment is impersonating someone else.

3 Responses to About

  1. hello from an Australian Guide leader. I don’t blog about guiding, but do look forward to reading yours! happy belated thinking day. 🙂

  2. Alynne says:

    Guiding is awesome i just joined! Before i had not really any friends but now i have tons and only after a going to a couple meetings!

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