The Uniforms present in the Scouting movement are not overly complex. Showing in their style Lord Baden Powell's background as a military leader, the design often accents a scout's proper behavior and skills in various activities. The badges that decorate them add colour and character as they portray the accomplishments of the scout, as well as events, certifications, events, and even where they're from! Uniforms changed through the years and variations are shown always unique to Boy Scouts of Canada later renamed Scouts Canada!
Here you can see the uniforms from across the years, including the three distinct wartime uniforms. Others are less time specific, like the uniform of the Sea Scouts. In general, you can see how despite being very different now, there is a certain form that various iterations of Scout uniforms have followed.
The cub uniforms show a similar trend to those of scouts. While distinct from each other, each iteration is recognizable as a part of scouts Canada. Many show more obvious differences than the scout uniforms, especially with the lack of button up shirts, but none seem out of place.
Venturers and Rovers
The lesser known but equally devoted members of the Scouting movement belong to the older levels of the organization. Furthering their own knowledge, the members wearing these uniforms improve upon everything they learned as Scouts. Not only that, but their involvement in various camps helps to make possible so many activities which younger groups like Scouts enjoy. Often moving on to become leaders, these individuals often govern the future of the Scouting movement.
The Beavers are the youngest group involved in the Scouting movement, helping to get kids involved in exciting outdoor activities at an early age. Their uniform’s vest sets them apart from the standard uniform, as well as the hat which goes with it. Yet aside from these distinctions in uniform, they are indistinguishable from other groups when it comes to the energy and enthusiasm they bring to their activities.