Girl Guides of Canada has a dynamic online community and we want you to join us! Whether you’re involved in Guiding or support Girl Greatness, we have something of interest to you.
We’re on a variety of social media platforms, each with a different purpose, so connect with us where you’re comfortable, or venture somewhere new – we’ll be sure to guide you!
Come network, collaborate and share with us and our communities. Find out about Guiding news in your area, across Canada and around the world.
Join our community and get social!
Facebook Fan Page
Our Facebook page is a great place for you to connect with other Members and volunteers from across Canada! Together, we share community news, Members’ achievements, Unit activities and more!
Twitter is a great one-stop-shop for Guiding information! Are there new forms or special campaigns? How about some news about Girl Guides of Canada? Follow us on Twitter as we tweet (and retweet) with Members and supporters alike! We even have a Twitter account just for our Girl Guide Cookies!
The heart of our online community, GirlGuidesCANBlog informs, entertains and connects our Members, volunteers, parents and supporters through personal stories and experiences related to girls and Girl Guiding.
Looking for a more intimate group for some Guiding-related networking or feedback? Our LinkedIN group offers a mixed bag of topics, including: the benefits of adding Guiding skills to your resume; best practices for planning a Unit meeting; and where to find activity resources online.
Need inspiration for an upcoming meeting? Check out our Pinterest photo collection of amazing ideas for crafts, special camp themes, and creative food snacks for Unit activities. All of the images link to complete how-to instructions.
Our Flickr photo sharing collection will give you a sense of the different types of Guiding activities, programs and national initiatives we do in Canada. From cookie selling to girl empowerment, each photo indeed says a thousand words!
Watch some great and inspirational videos on our YouTube channel, where we share interesting news clips, vlogs (video blogs) and event videos.
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