Squamish Girl Guides

Squamish District has 7 active units with 69 girls and 20 volunteer leaders who meet Mondays to Wednesdays:

1 Sparks unit
2 Brownie units
3 Guides units
1 Pathfinder unit
You can find us doing awesome things like:

  • Hosting a booth at Brackendale Fall Fair
  • Remembrance day Ceremony at Brennan Park
  • Marching in the Santa Parade
  • Celebrating Girl Guides Thinking day celebrations
  • Selling Cookies twice a year
  • Camping at Camp Olave, the Vancouver Zoo, Alice Lake and many more
  • Doing arts and crafts
  • Taking part in sporting activities– skating, archery, hikes and much more

Contact District Commissioner Ainsley Burnham


We are looking for adult women who can attend weekly meetings (ranging from 1-2 hours in length) and dedicate some additional time towards planning unit activities and camps.

Guiders work in teams with a minimum of two Guiders present at each meeting. Training and mentorship is provided within Lions Area.

Please consider joining Girl Guides of Canada as a volunteer in Squamish! Our unit volunteers are our most valuable asset. If you are able to be a co-leader with another parent or a friend, and are willing to give 2 hours a week for a 10-month commitment, please contact Ainsley for further information. We appreciate it, and we know the girls appreciate it too!


  • Ongoing mentorship available to assist you with the program and Administration positions;
  • Ongoing training opportunities in program delivery, leadership, communication, and financial management;
  • Opportunities to participate in District, Area or Provincial Guiding events (Snowflake Ball, SOAR, Mix-It-Up, bridging events with other branches of Guiding (Sparks, Brownies, Guides, Pathfinders), Discovery Camp, etc.), as well International trips.
  • Networking with a large group of talented women who hold various positions within Guiding (unit leaders, treasurers, commissioners, etc.) and who are always willing to share their experience and knowledge with you.
  • Opportunity to build and gain experience to improve your professional resume.

Job Sharing::

Encouraged! Many hands make light work. Having one or two people as co-leaders will not only lighten the load for each person, it will also give you someone to share ideas with!

Squamish Guides Winter Camp
Squamish Santa Parade 2014
Squamish Girl Guides at Enchanted Forest, Camp Olave
Squamish Sparks