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This week, Girl Guides of Canada staff returned to the office after the holiday break to start work again on all things awesome and amazing for Guiding. And a few staff members brought their personal ‘in house experts’ with them … Continue reading
Earlier this fall, I attended a large fall camp for 500 Guides and Pathfinders at Camp Wyoka, a phenomenal Girl Guide property near Minto, Ontario. I was an assistant for the first session of low ropes, an obstacle course that … Continue reading
Over the past two days, there has been an incredible shift in the conversation about female role models and females in the lead – a conversation that has shifted from one of hope to one of despair. As the CEO … Continue reading
It’s that time of year again: it’s time to unpack the toadstool, get everything in order and invite the girls back for another exciting year of Guiding. For some of the units in Newmarket, Ontario, that means sending out welcome … Continue reading
In today’s blog post, we’re profiling Claire Morier and Brittany Batten, District Commissioners in Quebec’s Pointe-Claire District. Through mutual respect, self-knowledge and innovative ideas, these members share a common interest coupled with an openness to be creative, flexible and listen. … Continue reading
Three years ago, our Unit Guiders decided to try a new crafting philosophy. We would plan our crafts according to three main ideas: Take our cue from the girls about how often and what types of crafts to make. Emphasize … Continue reading