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Hi All, Please join 10,000 Trees for the Rouge for our annual tree planting on Sunday April 22, 2018. Time: 9am to around 4pm – end time varies depending on the turn out, but runs no later than 4pm Location: The planting site is located near Waldon Pond, east of Kennedy Road, between Highway 7 and Austin Drive. You will find a map on the attached flyer. More »
The Council has an exciting opportunity to train 6 Scouters to become certified St John First Aid Trainers at no cost to the Scouter.  In return the Scouter will run a minimum of 2 First Aid courses for the Council.  The instructor course is 40 hours and upon successful completion of the course the candidates are required to team-teach and be monitored for certification as a St. John Ambulance Instructor and to qualify for instructor licensing by Ontario Council. The certificate is valid for three years. More »
We often get asked about the cost of membership. Have a look at the PDF file below "The Value of Scouting." This will answer some of your questions. More »
Contact you local Scout shop for great selection and savings on all you camping supplies.  More »
Just back from the Canadian Jamboree, held at Camp Nadooae, Middle Musquidoboit, NS This is a photo of Jack Welsh and the huge number of crests he acquired at CJ'17. This is a very impressive feat of badge trading. They represent a 2017 geography of Scouting in Canada. They are on display in the lobby of the Camp Samac. Everyone is welcome to come in and view them.  More »
The following will represent White Pine Council as voting members at the Scouts Canada National Annual General Meeting, November 18th, 2017 in Toronto.  Randie Jacobs, Council Commissioner Evelyn Robertson, Council Youth Commissioner Matthew Mokedanz, 1st Whitby and 11th Whitby Rovers (youth vote)  Futher details about the election process can be found at: http://wpc.scouts.ca/ca/2018-voting-members-nominations More »
New energy comes from new postions on the White Pine Council. Apply today for: More »
The following groups are running summer programs – mostly consisting of hikes, camps, monthly activities. If you have youth that are looking for summer programming, reach out to one of these groups and see how you can join in.  Look for details on the WPC Calendar of events that are open such as:  Join In Jamboree Aug 4-7 at Camp Samac, More »
We welcome Anja Thomas as Area Commissioner for Oshawa. Anja will be transitioning into the role over the coming months and will take on the position full time in September. More »
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