For young women ages 15 to 17
Rangers lead their own adventures and set their own goals to create their own unique Guiding experience. Rangers begin to explore career options and learn valuable life skills such as financial planning and building repairs. Rangers are also involved in active leadership opportunities in their communities and beyond like global development projects, eco-awareness initiatives and teaching skills to younger girls as Girl Assistants.
Your Ranger could experience these activities.
- Learning how to write a great resume
- Budgeting for living away from home
- Leading discussions about body image and the media
- Taking an overnight canoe trip
- Volunteering as a Girl Assistant with younger girls
- Connecting with the wider world through international travel
- Furthering their education through Girl Guides of Canada scholarships
The Girl Guide uniform
The Girl Guide uniform is a simple, modern design – the stylish T-shirt or tunic is the only piece girls need.
Buy your Girl Guide uniform
I promise to do my best,
To be true to myself, my beliefs and Canada
I will take action for a better world
And respect the Guiding Law
Learn more about the program and how your Ranger can earn badges here
Rangers can go further by:
- Earning awards:
Ranger Service Project
Cookie Campaign Challenge
Trailblazer Leadership Award (Bronze, Silver, Gold)
- For more information on these Award opportunities, please check out the Awards page here.
- Becoming Girl Assistant.
- Joining Trex
Trex is for girls 12 to 17 that focuses on camping and the outdoors. Trex is an innovative way to deliver Girl Guiding to more girls. Girls participate in programs that relate to a single activity or theme, such as camping, sports, travel or the arts. They do not earn badges and use only basic insignia. Girls can choose to be members of both a branch unit and a Trex unit.
- Joining the National Youth Council or a local committee or council.