4th Kanata Scouting, Scouting in Action!
Beaver Scouts, Cub Scouts, Scouts, Venturers

Welcome to 4th Kanata Scouting, where our motto is "Scouting in Action!".  We are located in the Katimavik / Hazeldean area of Kanata, Ontario, Canada; which is now a suburb of the amalgamated city of Ottawa, in the province of Ontario, Canada.  Scouting in our group is open to both boys and girls from as young as five, to twenty-five.  Our goal is to help shape each generation of youth to be the best they can, while experiencing new leadership opportunities, the great outdoors, and new friendships.  
We have experienced year over year growth as a result of quality programming put on by our dedicated leadership team.

We are always accepting new members into our family, and the registration process begins here.  We also encourage anyone interesting in joining Scouting to arrange a no obligation visit to any of our sections whenever convenient to see what Scouting is really about.  Each year we hold a "Bring-a-Friend" night in February that always results in new Scouting friends.  Should you have any questions about 4th Kanata, or Scouting in general, feel free to contact us by clicking here.
Indoor and outdoors games, Homemade go-carts, Education, Badge work and collections.

Remembrance Day ceremonies, Christmas Parades, and giving back through community service.

Camping at least three times a year; Fall, Winter, and the Carleton Area Spring Camporee in Fitzroy Harbour.

Specialty camps like old Fort Henry.

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We are located in Kanata, Ontario, Canada.
  • 2011-2012 Group Fall Camp 2011-2012 4th Kanata Group Fall CampCamp LegewadeSeptember 23rd - 25th, 2011Hello Everyone!This year we will be running an all sections Fall Camp at a beautiful Camp ...
    Posted Aug 12, 2011, 8:07 PM by Duane Avery
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Duane Avery,
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