In Our Community


All across Québec there are Girl Guides being active in their communities! Check out how girls are making a difference in your region:

Community Service

An essential component of Girl Guides of Canada’s mission is to “make a difference in the world”.  One of the ways we do this is through service projects that make a difference both locally and globally.

Québec Girls in Service to their Communities

  • Pincourt District created a handmade glass mosaic of Flanders Fields for the veterans of Sainte-Anne’s Hospital for Remembrance Day.
  • The 1st Mount Bruno Pathfinders from Des Montérégiennes District volunteered behind the scenes of the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society of Québec’s Light the Night Walk.
  • Saint-Lazare District helped landscape the Jack Layton Park in Hudson and participated in its inauguration.
  • Riverview District held its 15th annual walk for breast cancer prevention awareness.
  • Lakeshore District participated in Yellow Fish Road, an initiative of Trout Unlimited Canada to raise awareness about water protection and conservation.
  • The 1st Richelieu Rangers from Des Montérégiennes District volunteered for a day at a local women’s shelter.
Learn more about the service projects happening in our community by visiting the GuidesQuébecBlog.

Press Releases

Gil Guides Celebrate 90 Years of Camping at Wa-Thik-Ane
Quebec Girl Guides take action to welcome children of Syrian refugee families - March 1, 2016
New units in Montreal's city centre - August 28, 2015
Girl Guides open micro-library in Pincourt - May 21, 2015

 

Photo Gallery

Learn more about the Guiding adventures happening in your community by visiting the GuidesQuébecBlog.
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