Summer programs are currently offered to Junior Canadian Rangers across Canada. These camps allow deserving Junior Canadian Rangers from a variety of communities to come together for about seven days of diverse training and challenging activities. The emphasis during these sessions is on the practical implementation of skills learned during the year and on having fun in a natural, outdoor setting.
For some Junior Canadian Rangers, going to camp means seeing trees for the first time, or meeting other young Canadians of differing ethnicity and backgrounds. For some, camp marks an opportunity to practice their second language, or to learn and practise traditional skills as well as enhance the Ranger skills that they have been taught at their JCR patrols.
Regardless of what activities and experiences are offered, the success and popularity of these summer sessions is unquestionable.
JCR from Quebec participated in an exciting outdoor oriented summer camp at St. Jean - sur - Richelieu, QC. See the Army News video about the camp."