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                    Central Ontario Service Centre (COSC)

                               COSC is providing administration services for six councils:

  Battlefields, Central Escarpment, Greater Toronto, Shining Waters, Tri-Shores and White Pine

Registration Forms and Documents for the Scouting Year 2017-2018

Scouts Canada Registration Refund Policy                  

No One Left Behind Subsidy Requests 2018-2019 

NEW NOLB Membership Process 2018-2019 - Applications will be accepted starting May 1, 2018. Please direct parents to HELP.SCOUTS.CA. 'Submit Request' must be selected, then online submission form must be filled out selecting 'Subsidies' in the Support Type field and an appropriate region. Parents/Guardians without access to internet are welcome to apply by calling 1-800-263-0930.

NOLB Participation 2018-2019. A group completes this form on behalf of parents who need some support towards Uniforms, Program Materials, Weekend Camps, Summer Camps or Outdoor Equipment. It is submitted to the Central Ontario Service Centre for Council Approval and then for National Approval. Once Approved, the Cheque is sent directly to the Group.


How to prepare for registration periods (checklist)


How to request a new password or create an account

How to set Group Fees

How to use the 'Wait List' function
How to register my child online (Returning Participant)

How to register as a Rover

How to regitser my child online (First Time Participant)

How to register as a Volunteer

How to remove a registered role

How to add a non-member to your group (Parent Helper/Overnight)

How Find a Group tool works 

How Backcheck works in regards to References

Volunteer Readiness 2017-2018 and 2018-2019 

Code of Conduct  is the current CoC as of May 2017.

Volunteer Readiness Time Line
Volunteer Screening Policy (PDF) Volunteer Screening Checklist
Approving & Activating Pending Volunteers and Parents Child Abuse Prevention Policy
Accesibility (AODA) Record of Training Bullying/Harassment Policy
Child and Youth Safety (CYS) Record of Training Scouting Safety Policy and Procedures
Respect in Sport for Activity Leaders Training FAQs Wood Badge I for the Canadian Path Training FAQs


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