The highlight of Scout participation in Expo 67 is the International Scout Centre on ile Sainte-Hélène which is sponsored by the H.J.Heinz Co. of Canada Ltd.
It is within easy distance of Expo-Express and Metro stations, and features demonstrations of Scouting activities and a Scouting information bureau.
The Scouting story is brought to life with display of skills in water safety, canoe handling, Scuba diving, camp cooking, handicrafts and public service.
In the evenings, singing and fun around the campfire in the scout theater wind up the colorful programs.
Operating out of the center is a 100 member Scout Service Corps, which is sponsored by the Rubber Association of Canada.
It comprises Scouts, Vnetures and Rovers from all parts of Canada as well as representatives of the Boy Scouts of America. The services undertakens inclide participation in flag ceremonies and in observation of National Days, assisting youth groups and the handicapped, and helping to greet Expo's millions of visitors.
( Document: Official Guide of l'Expo 67, Copyright 1967 by Maclean-Hunter Publishing Co. Ltd. )