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The Beaver Scout Uniform - Pre 2011

Scouting began as a Movement in which members wore a simple but distinctive uniform.  The uniforms worn today have a number of purposes, including identification of the wearer as a member of Scouts Canada and the World Organization of the Scout Movement, encouraging pride of belonging to Scouting, and  providing a common dress in which members from all segments of Canadian society can meet as equals. Taking Pride In The Uniform

The Beaver uniform is blue and brown.  These colours symbolize colours of nature; brown for the earth and the Beaver's fur coat and blue for the clear sky and the fresh sparkling water.

A Beaver should be taught at the outset to respect his uniform and to wear it proudly.  The Beaver should be encouraged to wear the full uniform after investiture.  Our Colony requires that a full uniform be worn by all members as shown below:

The Beaver Uniform

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Page last revised Thursday July 19, 2012.