Canada

Girl Guides of Canada

Contact us

International Commissioner
Girl Guides of Canada–Guides du Canada
50 Merton Street
Toronto, Ontario
M4S 1A3

Website: www.girlguides.ca | Email: ic@girlguides.ca
Tel: +14164875281

Founder Member

  • Number of Girls Icon

    97,149

    Number of girl guides in 2018

  • Full/Associate Member Icon

    Member

    Full

  • Girls Only Icon

    Girls only

    Yes

Sparks Canada Girl Guides

Youngest section: Sparks

The promise:

I Promise to do my best,
To be true to myself, my beliefs and Canada
I will take action for a better world
And respect the Guiding Law.

Brownies Canada

Second section: Brownies

The promise:

I Promise to do my best,
To be true to myself, my beliefs and Canada
I will take action for a better world
And respect the Guiding Law.

Guides Canada

Third Section: Guides

The promise:

I Promise to do my best,
To be true to myself, my beliefs and Canada
I will take action for a better world
And respect the Guiding Law.

Pathfinders Canada

Fourth section: Pathfinders

The promise:

I Promise to do my best,
To be true to myself, my beliefs and Canada
I will take action for a better world
And respect the Guiding Law.

Rangers Canada

Fifth Section: Rangers

The promise:

I Promise to do my best,
To be true to myself, my beliefs and Canada
I will take action for a better world
And respect the Guiding Law.

The Guiding Law challenges me to:

  1. be honest and trustworthy
  2. use my resources wisely
  3. respect myself and others
  4. recognise and use my talents and abilities
  5. protect our common environment
  6. live with courage and strength
  7. share in the sisterhood of Guiding

Mission

A better world, by girls

Vision

To be a catalyst for girls empowering girls

Development of the Movement

The first Canadian Guide units were established in Ontario, Canada in 1910; in 1911 the first Guide camps were held, and by 1912 Guiding had spread across Canada. In 1917 the Canadian Council of Girl Guides was incorporated by an Act of Parliament. In 1961 the organisation became known as Girl Guides of Canada–Guides du Canada.

Throughout its history, Girl Guides of Canada has prepared girls to meet the challenges that they face in their lives head on. Whether it was girls learning to bandage wounds during the First World War or girls today working on their anti-bullying badge, Canadian Guiding is continually evolving to reflect the needs and interests of contemporary girls and women.

In the last 100+ years, 7 million Canadian girls and women have been connected to Guiding.


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