Scouts Today—Men Tomorrow
The Empire Club of Canada Addresses (Toronto, Canada), 16 Feb 1950, p. 211-220

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Scouts Today—Men Tomorrow

Drawing attention to the activities of the Boy Scouts Association; asking the public of Canada to lend a hand financially in the further expansion and development of this great movement. What Scouting is trying to do. The three things that man is searching for: faith, stability, and resiliency. The multitude of activities which give the boy scout some experience, some background, some training for this sort of search. Some examples. The Canadian National Boy Scout Jamboree debunking the myths of the obstacles to Canadian unity: religious differences, language differences and geography. Anecdotes of the kinds of activities that happen in scouting, and the kind of preparation for good citizenship. Winter Scouting. The importance of choosing leaders. Scouting that develops leadership qualities. Money needed to do this and more.