Registration 2018-19 Fees

Early registration, full-year and part-year fees:


For Registrations completed in myscouts on or before the close of business 30 June 2018.(The fee change is automated in the system; once the system “rolls” to the higher fee, that fee stands.)


For Registrations entered after the 30 June/1 July rollover until 31 December 2018


For youth registered after 31 December 2018.

Terms and Conditions – Refund Policy as of May 2016:

A parent may initiate an application by filling out the online submission form at

Requests for registration refunds must be initiated by the member’s parent/guardian.

For registrations between May 1 to September 30:

  • 100% refund if requested prior to September 30th.
    • 50% refund if requested between October 1 and 31st.
    • No refund if requested after October 31st.

For registrations outside of this period:

  • 100% refund if requested within 30 days of registration date.
    • No refund if requested after 30 days of registration date.

Refunds are issued in the manner in which the original payment was made.

Getting Started

If you are new to Scouting (you've never been involved as a participant, volunteer, or parent), you will first need to create a profile for yourself.

Creating a Profile (Instructions for adults new to Scouting)

With a personal profile you can:

Register your Youth as a Participant (Instructions for parents/guardians)

Register your Youth as an LDS Participant (Instructions for parents/guardians)

Self-Register as a Volunteer (Instructions for adults)

Register your teen as a Volunteer (Instructions for parents/guardians)

Log into myscouts and Find Training (September 2018)

This article in Scouts Canada's Online Support Centre may be helpful in locating "Safe Scouting for Parents" training.

Getting involved

There are lots of ways you can help your local Scout Group:

Ensuring your youth arrives on time and prepared for Scouting meetings and events
Joining your youth's Section for an outing
Participating in Section and Group fundraising efforts
Sharing a skill or talent as a Resource person for the Section, Group or Area
Acting as camp cook (or part of the kitchen team)
Helping organize a BP (Baden-Powell) party

Becoming a "Parent Helper" for your youth's Section

Coordinating Section or Group fundraising
Becoming a Scouter in a youth Section to help run the program
Becoming a Group Committee member to support participants and Scouters

Volunteer Screening Policy (click here to view)