Welcome to Scouts Westmount Web Site. We are located in Westmount, Quebec, Canada. We offer bilingual programs for boys and girls aged 5-25. Membership is not restricted to Westmount residents.

Nov 9 2ND Westmount Cub Pack visits the RMR for Remembrance Day

11/09/2016 - 19:00
11/09/2016 - 20:00

2ND Westmount Cubs will visit the Royal Momtreal Regiment at 4625 St Catherine St on Wed Nov 9. The pack will leave from Mountainside United Church ( regular meeting place) at 6:35 pm. If you don't think you can arrive on time please meet the group directly at the RMR. The visit will go from 7 8 pm. Parents are to pick up their Cub at the RMR ( we will not return to the church)
Info westmountscouts@yahoo.ca

Les louveteaux 2ND Westmount visteront la caserne militaire du Régiment royal de Montréal au 4625, Ste-Catherine O pour la réunion du mercredi 9 novembre. Le groupe quittera l'église Mountainside ( lieu de rencontre regulier) à 18 h 35. Ou vous pouvez rejoindre le groupe directement à la caserne. La viste sera de 19 h à 20 h. Les parents doivent chercher les louveteaux directement à la caserne - nous ne retournerons pas à l'église.
Info : westmountscouts@yahoo.ca

2ND Westmount / St Andrew's Winter Camp Feb 24-26 2017

02/24/2017 - 18:00

Registration is open for 2ND Westmount & St Andrew's winter camp which will be held at Tamaracouta Scout Reserve the weekend of Feb 24-26. Members will be sleeping in heated cabins but winter gear is essential for all outdoor activities.
A $20 deposit is necessary to secure your spot as space is limited. See your leader for more information

Vimy Foundation offers unique opportunity to Scout & Venturer age youth

04/07/2017 - 00:40
04/16/2017 - 00:40

The 2017 Vimy Pilgrimage Award
High school students aged 14-17 can win a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to attend the 100th anniversary of the Battle of Vimy Ridge at the Canadian National Vimy Memorial in France. Scheduled for April 7-16, 2017, the Vimy Pilgrimage Award is a fully-funded immersive educational program in France and Belgium to study Canada’s tremendous First World War effort.

In 2017, 17 Canadian students who showcase community service, teamwork, and leadership will be chosen to participate alongside students from Belgium, Great Britain, France, and Germany, for a truly international educational experience.

Westmount: Camp d'automne pour toutes les sections / All Sections Fall Camp Sept 30 - Oct 2

09/30/2016 - 17:30
10/02/2016 - 15:30

Tous les membres des groupes de scouts de Westmount sont invités à participer au camp d'automne au Camp Wilvaken, près de Magog du 30 septembre au 2 octobre. Les campeurs dorment dans des cabanes non chauffées. Transport & nourriture inclus. Parlez aux responsables de groupes pour plus d'information sur les coûts et détails. Thème: Jeux olympiques de scoutisme. Coûts: $90

All scouting members from the Westmount groups are invited to participate in the annual fall camp on the week-end of Sept 30 to Oct 2. The camp will be held in the Eastern Townships near Magog at Camp Wilvaken. Campers will sleep in bunk beds in unheated cabins. Transportation & food included.. For more information on costs etc see your leader.Theme: Scouting Olympiques. Cost: $90

Douglas Leahey, Scout leader with Westmount Park awarded the Medal of Merit

Quebec Council Commissioner, Russ Looker, presented Douglas Leahey, Scout leader with Westmount Park, the Medal of Merit in recognition of his continued commitment to Scouting. Doug has led the Westmount Park Scout troop for many years and was a driving force with Montreal area Rovers leading Project Yeti Nepal 2016. Douglas mobilized the crew of 8 Rovers and put together the necessary elements to make this humanitarian trip happen. Under Dog's guidance the Rovers spent a month volunteering in Nepal, planting trees, painting a clinic, community ce tre and a monestary as well as setting up a computer centre at a school in the Solu Khumbu, the mountainous region near Everest in the Himalayas. Maggie Shaddick, who initiated the Nepal expedition, was present, along with three of the Rovers who participated in the trip. Doug truly deserves the recognition for the contribution he makes in scouting. Well done Doug!