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Girl Guides

Provided by: Girl Guides of Canada - Saskatchewan Council

Service Description

Offers a Girls First program where girls are in the driver’s seat, chosing what they want to do in their Guiding experience. Girls get together with other girls their age throughout the school year as part of a group called a unit and earn badges through their archievements as a Girl Guide. Program has eight areas and each area is split into three themes which include:

  • Guide Together
    • Our Story
    • Spirit of Guiding
    • Global Guiding
  • Into the Outdoors 
    • Nature Discoveries
    • Camping Skills and Adventures
    • Our Shared Planet
  • Build Skills
    • Money Sense
    • Life Stuff
    • How To:
  • Explore Identities
    • Being You
    • Different Together
    • Gender Power
  • Experiment and Create
    • Science Lab
    • Design Space
    • Art Studio
  • Be Well
    • My Might Mind
    • My Physical Self
    • My Healthy Relationships
  • Connect and Questions
    • Local Communities
    • Canadian Connections
    • World Stage
  • Take Action
    • Your Choice
    • Your Voice
    • Your Action

Girls are divided into groups based on age including: 

  • Sparks (ages 5 – 6 years)
  • Embers (ages 7 – 8 years)
  • Guides (ages 9 – 11 years)
  • Pathfinders (ages 12 – 14 years)
  • Rangers (ages 15 – 17 years)
  • Adults (ages 18+)


Girls ages 5 and above.

Application Process

Contact for more information.


Contact for more information.

Toll-Free: 1-877-564-6188

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Coverage Area


Languages Offered


Bridging Rivers Area – Saskatoon and Central Saskatchewan


801 Preston Avenue
Saskatoon SK  S7H 2V1

Get Directions

North of Preston Avenue and Main Street intersection on the east side.

Location Info


Wheelchair access - call for details or special appointment required; Wheelchair access - front or side or back doors; Wheelchair access - lowered elevator buttons; Wheelchair access - ramps; Wheelchair access - washrooms (at least one)

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