Member Safety

Committed to safety

26th Halifax places great importance on creating a fun and safe environment for our members, especially children and youth. How do we create this environment? We plan events and activities with safety as a core consideration. Our leaders go through extensive training and background checks, reference checks and interviews. It’s a reflection of the culture of safety that extends throughout the Scouts Canada organization.

Learn more about the safety policies, procedures and resources 26th Halifax employs at Scouts Canada’s Scouting Safety page.

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Code of Conduct

Volunteer Screening Policy

Two Scouter Rule

Developing a Section Code of Conduct

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