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The adventure of a lifetime starts in 1st Kanata !
We serve the youth (5-17 year olds) within the communities of Beaverbrook, Kanata Lakes, Village Green, Heritage Hills and Kanata Estates.
 
Our Mission:  To contribute to the education of young people, through a value system based on the Scout Promise and Law, to help build a better world where people are self-fulfilled as individuals and play a constructive role in society.  More info at: http://www.scouts.ca/
 
For meeting times and registration information, please click here.
 
If you have a question about 1st Kanata, please email the Group Commissioner at: GC@1stkanatascouts.org.


Registration Information




Information and In-person Registration Event:
Saturday, September 6th, 2014 (9-11:30am)
New and returning members are welcome to drop by and meet the Scouters.  Bring a Friend too!



RECENT NEWS & EVENTS
 Date  Event
 June 15th, 2014The 1st Kanata Group Committee is pleased to announce the appointment of our new Group Commissioner; Graham Birkenhead.  Previously, Graham has been a Troop Scouter for the past two years and brings new ideas to this community leadership role. Congratulations Graham!
 April 26th, 2014Yet another successful Annual Bike Exchange.  Thanks for all the donations that will make a new owner so happy.
  Our event sponsors were the KRPC, Hertz, Zone3sports, Starbucks and Expedition Toys.
 April 12th, 2014The first all-pack Kub Kar Rally was held at the local community centre.  Families worked together to make fast and uniquely designed Kub Kars that were put to the test on the new computerized track.  It can be a photo-finish and thank goodness for the timer with ms accuracy!
 
 Feb 1st, 2014 The Venturers summited Algonquin Peak, the 2nd highest in the Adirondacks!  Winter camping was comfortable too.
  • Elevation5,115' (1,559 m)
  • Prominence2,100' (640 m)
  •  April 6-7th, 20131st Kanata hosted a Wilderness First Aid course for Scouters and youth.This provided the knowledge and skills for adventures in the wilds of Canada.
    1st Dunrobin and 3rd Kanata also participated.
    Thanks to Jill at CWMT for the excellent course.
     Nov. 11th, 20121st Kanata took part in the Remembrance Day march to the Cenotaph in Village Green.  A Cub and Scout laid a wreath on behalf of 1st Kanata and in remembrance of those fallen and serving our country. 
     Nov. 3rd, 2012The Scouts and Venturers help collect and sort ~4200 lbs of food from three area grocery stores for the Kanata Food Cupboard.
     Oct. 26-28th, 2012The Scouts were camping at Apple Hill with archery and other skills development activities.

    The Venturers took advantage of a trip to Peterborough area and camped at the Warsaw Caves Conservation Area.  Spelunking was a great experience!  Definitely a scouting place to visit again!
     Oct. 13th, 20121st Kanata ran two Youth Leadership workshops for the Cubs and Scouts.  Thanks to Scouter Mike for putting the FLEX and FAST programs into action. 
     Sept. 28-30th, 2012This was a busy weekend as the Cub Scouts were out at Otter Lake, the Scouts were having a bike camp in the Gatineau's, and the Venturer Scouts were in the US at the Brotherhood camp.
     August 25, 2012The ArcticExpedition returns safely to Kanata after 3 weeks in Pangnirtung, Nunavut.  22 Scouts and Scouters had a fantastic experience either hiking in Auyuittuq National Park for 8 days and/or participating in the SEVEC exchange activities hosted by the Making Connections folks in the hamlet or out "on the land".  Please see our dedicated webpage "Arctic Expedition".
     July 8th, 2012The Making Connections group from Pangnirtung took part in many activities as part of the SEVEC exchange.  Canada Day celebrations, canoeing at Camp Opemikon, Parliament hill tour, museum of Civilization tour and a day at Calypso Waterpark were the planned events to give them a sense of the south.
     May 5th, 2012The scouting families planted at the NCC Watts Creek location.  It was great to see the trees growing taller from previous years.Between 1st Kanata and 4th Kanata, 250 trees were planted.


     April 27/28th, 2012Annual Bike Exchange...and more!  Please see our dedicated webpage for more information. 
     April 21st, 2012Once again we sold Rain Barrels as a fundraiser to travel to, and exchange with, the hamlet of Pangnirtung, NU this summer.
     February 25th, 2012For the second year, 1st Kanata Scouts hosted the Carleton Area Klondike Derby.  With a last minute dump of snow, the Klondike Derby had ideal conditions for a fun filled day of scouting skills and the sled race finale.  The banquet was sponsored in part by Swiss Chalet, Walmart and Loblaws Centrum.

    Trophy Winners:
    Best Sled  -  1st Stittsville Alpha "C"
    Top Teamwork Senior Sled  -  112th Nepean "E"
    Top Teamwork Junior Sled  -  1st Glen Cairn Falcon "N"
    Top Points Senior Sled  -  3rd Kanata Alpha "I"
    Top Points Junior Sled  - 3rd Kanata Alpha "J"
     October 28-30th, 2011Both Cobra and Lynx packs held a fall camp at Otter Lake, QC.  It was a cold sleep outside for those that dared and weren't prepared, and toasty warm in the cabin for everyone else.  It looks like they had fun in an orienteering activity too.
     October 21-23rd, 2011The Troop went into the wilderness at Camp Traill and had a great time.  Introductions to cool weather camping, cooking on the light weight stoves, campfires and orienteering skills were demonstrated.
     
     September 23-25th, 2011The Troop got an early start to fall camping at the CanAm Brotherhood camp in Morrisburg.  Among all the well-planned activities, the badge-swapping was most enjoyed by the youth and probably the Scouters too! ;-)
     August 11-14, 2011 1st Kanata Scouts and Venturers took on the Adirondacks (for the 3rd year in a row) to climb Mount Marcy, the highest peak in NY state. Three groups took varied routes and practiced light-weight camping skills in preparation for Baffin Island next year.
      

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