Our new uniforms have been
unveiled - the first major redesign in 20 years! Details on the new
uniform are below, and you
can check out the new look at http://www.scouts.ca/uniformlaunch.
The new uniform is primarily for new members as
they enter the program, or for when uniforms need to be replaced.
Current Pack members are welcome to continue to wear the older
style uniform until they leave the Pack program, or until they outgrow
Scouts Canada is a uniformed organization.
Rooted in more than 100
years of tradition, the iconic Scouting uniform is getting an exciting new
makeover! As part of a comprehensive national Action Plan for Canadian
Scouting, Scouts Canada recently announced its partnership with the Joe
Fresh® brand to design a stylish and dynamic clothing line that reflects
the organization’s spirit and energy. The contemporary uniforms were
revealed in March 2011 during a celebratory event held in Toronto, Ontario -
and were adopted for use in September 2011.
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
in the field, and in the community.
The 15th Cub Pack
requires a full uniform be worn by all members including a shirt, blue
pants, neckerchief slide, and neckerchief. 15th Strathcona also requires
all Cubs to wear the official Scouts Canada "Safari Hat" wide brimmed field
hat. The uniform is worn as shown below:
Other Uniform Information Pages:
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Page last revised Saturday July 21, 2012.