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The Cub Uniform - Pre 2011

Scouts Canada is a uniformed organization.

Scouting uses its uniform to promote itself to the community as a world-wide movement, to provide a focus of pride and belonging around which its members can rally, and to give each member an opportunity to make a personal expression of commitment to Scouting's principles.  It also serves as practical dress members can wear with pride at meetings, while traveling, in the field, and in the community.

Taking Pride In The Uniform

The 15th Cub Pack requires a full uniform be worn by all members including a shirt, sash, socks, garters, shorts, neckerchief slide, belt & buckle. 15th Burlington also requires all Cubs to wear the official Scouts Canada "Tilley-style" wide brimmed field hat.  The uniform is worn as shown below:

Illustration of the current Cub Uniform

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Other Uniform Information Pages:


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Adult Leader Uniform

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Photo Credit: The Machmer Family

Page last revised Wednesday September 14, 2011.