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.

Scouts Westmount registration - Thurs 27 Aug, 6 to 8pm

08/27/2009 - 18:00
08/27/2009 - 20:00
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Scouts Westmount will be holding its registration evening in Westmount Park Church Hall at the corner of Lansdowne and de Maisonneuve (parking lot entrance). Please come prepared with your youth's health information (medicare card number and expiry, date of last tetanus shot, physician contact info).

Westmount Family Day - Saturday, May 31st

05/31/2008 - 10:00
05/31/2008 - 16:00
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Join us once again as we participate in Westmount Family Day to be held in Westmount Park.

All sections are invited to take part in the parade. Westmount Park Group also builds a fire and helps the public cook "smores" over the fire. 2nd Westmount Group sells hamburgers and drinks.

Scouters Club March 26, 2009

03/26/2009 - 20:00
03/26/2009 - 22:00
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Stoney Point Area Scouters Club will be held at Mountainside United Church on Thursday, March 26 at 8pm. All leaders, group committee members and parents are invited to gather for an update on events in our area and council as well as discussing any issues brought to the table. This is a chance to meet and chat with other members of groups throughout the Stoney Point Area. Refreshments will be served.

St Patrick's Day Parade March 22, 2009

03/21/2009 - 10:00
03/22/2009 - 16:00
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Westmount Scouting and their families are invited to participate in the 185th St Patrick's Day parade organized by the United Irish Societies. Cubs and Scouts are invited to help decorate the float at the yards at Public Works on Saturday, March 21 from 10 am to noon.
On Sunday, March 22, at 11:15 a bus will leave Victoria Hall,4626 Sherbrooke W. to take participants to the float downtown in the line up. Those wishing to ride the float will need to get passes available at Victoria Hall free of charge. Scouts and Venturers will be carrying flags and distributing candy alongside the float. Refreshments and greenery will be provided during the parade. There are no bathroom facilities on board but there is access to the Women's 'Y' before the parade begins. Everyone should be at the line up on René-Lévesque near Crescent (section G) by 12 noon on Sunday, March 22. The bus will bring people back to Victoria Hall after the parade around 3:30 pm

28 Million Scouts to Mobilise for Earth Hour 2009

28 Million Scouts to Mobilise for Earth Hour
• Source: www.earthhour.org

The Scouts, the world's largest youth movement with more than 28 million members in 160 countries, lead thousands of community groups around the world mobilising their supporters for Earth Hour, the global expression of a desire for serious and sustained action on climate change.

“It is possible for everyone to take action against global warming," said Luc Panissod, Acting Secretary General of the World Organization of the Scout Movement, and James Leape, Director General of WWF International, in a joint letter to Scouting's global network earlier this month.

What was described as "an opportunity to talk to your neighbours about the environment and climate change" is the latest expression of a partnership between the Scouts and WWF that goes back decades.

"We see that Scouts all over the world have a great interest in the environment and are leaders in their community," said Luc Panissod. "Earth Hour offers an opportunity for Scouts to demonstrate this commitment to tackling climate change and engage with their family and friends."