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The Path to Deputy District Commissioner

When I was young enough to be a girl in Guiding, there weren’t any units close by for me to attend. It would have been a 30-45 minute drive each way on country roads that weren’t great in bad weather. … Continue reading

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I Earned Them All!

This blog post was written by Darcy, a Guide with the 1st Lachute Guide unit. I was a Brownie for two years from 2016-2018 in the 2nd Lachute Brownies in Secteur Argenteuil. Snowy Owl was my Brownie leader and she … Continue reading

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A Day in the Life of an Adviser: PR

Provincial PR adviser Andrea Munster shares her experience in her role. In my two years of being an adviser, I have learned so much about our province and have come to appreciate all the hard work our senior volunteers put … Continue reading

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A Television Adventure

Hi! My name is Michaela. I’m 9 years old and I’m a brand new Guide.  It was really awesome to have had the opportunity to go on Global News Morning TV Montreal with other girls to talk about Guiding and cookie … Continue reading

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The Drag Queen Badge

On August 18, Guides Québec participated in the Montreal Pride Parade for the first time. Laura (a current Spark Leader) and Lisa (a former member and soon-to-be Leader) combined the skills they learnt through Guiding and their passion for performing … Continue reading

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The Last Days of Summer Camp

Friday We were up early for a good breakfast before a day on the water. We were all in the parking lot for 9 a.m. ready to board our bus to Mont Tremblant for our 6-kilometre canoe trip. At arrival … Continue reading

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Food: An Important Part of Camp Life

Morning brought a few morning dippers to the shoreline after a hot and humid night. After breakfast, the Guides headed down to waterfront for boating and a swim. Just before lunch, a car pulled in to camp and it was … Continue reading

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