Scouts Canada, the country’s leading youth organization, offers challenging programs for boys, girls and youth age 5-26 in thousands of individual groups in most cities and towns across Canada.
The following facilities in Calgary and the south central Alberta area do not require our members to sign waivers, have accepted Scouts Canada's hold harmless agreement, or Scouts Canada has accepted their waivers.
865774 Alberta Ltd
o/a Mukwah Tours
Ryan Thompson 1-800-465-0144
Bow Waters Canoe Club
Kimball River Sports
Cardston Rafting Trips
Inside Out Experience
Whitewater Rafting, Mountain Biking, Hiking, and Horseback Riding
1-877-999-7238 or email@example.com
18th Calgary Scout Hall
2001 18 Avenue SW, Calgary
Mount Royal University
Indoor Climbing Wall
Indoor Climbing Wall
Please Note: Groups must book to have the outdoor centre provide an instructor if they want to do climbing at this facility
University of Calgary
The Dive Shop Calgary
Scuba diving, PADI certified
4652 Mcleod Trail S, Calgary, T2G 5E8
Chinook Council Timber Trails Camp
Mike 403-283-4993, ext. 233
Moose Mountain Adventures
Horseback Riding, Wall Climbing, Bouldering, Rappelling, Archery, High and Low-Rope Courses, Zipline -- Has an approved acknowledgement of risk form
Jay Rodriguez 403-638-4230
Rafter Six Ranch Resort
Horseback Riding, Camping, Ropes Course, Rafting
Royal Tyrell Museum of Paleontology, Drumheller
Overnight Museum Adventures
The Shooting Edge
Rifle, Pistol, and Target Shooting
Alberta Hunter Education Instructor's Association (AHEIA)
Various Fishing, Hunting, and Firearms related activities
Rob Giles 403-319-2281 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Mad Dogs & Englishmen Expeditions
403-609-3670 or email@example.com
Julia Reimer or Tyler Rock 403-933-2264
Some service providers who have signed indemnification agreements regularly hire new employees who are not aware of the agreement with Scouts Canada. Should an employee ask you to sign waivers ask the employee to check with their supervisor. Should you still be required to sign a waiver, please contact Doug MacDonald at firstname.lastname@example.org
Scouts Canada members may not use the the Banff Centre Climbing Wall, the Calgary Climbing Centre, City of Calgary Leisure Centres climbing walls, or the Stronghold Climbing Centre for Scouting activities because these facilities have advised us that they require unacceptable waivers.
Some Scouters consider organizing "non-Scouting" outings for activities that require waivers. This is not a wise plan. Parents, who think the activity is still "sort of" Scouting, are likely to be upset when they learn that their child's Scouts Canada insurance does not apply to the activity. Any adults organizing such trips are exposing themselves to unnecessary liability.
Challenging activities will remain part of Scouts Canada's programs. Our national insurer believes that camping, canoeing, rock climbing, trial riding, etc. should be part of Scouting. The insurer is comfortable that we are trying to practice the best risk management possible but will not permit Scouts Canada to accept responsibility for the negligence of others. That is exactly what the majority of waivers require us to do.
You can help us keep challenging activities in Scouting. Please contact Doug MacDonald at email@example.com:
• About a program and service provider that requires a waiver and will not accept our hold harmless agreement. We will try to negotiate with them.
• About an activity/facility that does not require a waiver. We will advertise them to other Scouters.
• Questions you may have about liability insurance.