Uniform Badges worn in Northwestern Ontario

Northern Ontario Council

  The Council badge is representative of the region: Northern Lights, Forrest, Camping, Lakes, Moose and Bear. The Region stretches across the top of Ontario, from Quebec to the Manitoba Border. Northern Ontario Council
Northwestern Ontario Region The N.W.O. Region Badge is a Freighter Canoe paddled by Voyagers, with pine trees in the background and the blue clear waters of the regional lakes in the foreground. A red scout symbol is in the lower left corner. A flight of Ravens, for which the area is famous, overlooks from the left top.  

Thunder Bay Area

Area Badge
2001 - 2004
Thunder Bay Area was formed in March of 2001, and replaces the Districts of Thunder Bay North and Fort William. The badge contains elements representative of the history, geography and culture of the Thunder Bay area. Outlined in the background is the famous Kakabeka Falls on the Kaministiquia River. A black fleur-de-lis is on the rock outcrop at the edge of the falls. The four season wheel wheel represents the native tradition and culture in the Thunder Bay area and provides the colour scheme for the badge. The sillouhette of the coniferous trees in the lower left corner represents the boreal forest and its importance to the economy of the area.
This badge was designed by Scouter Peter K. Waycik, a local leader, badge collector and member of the Canadian Badgers Club.

The City of Thunder Bay's eastern horizon is dominated by the Sleeping Giant. In this badge, the Scouts Canada Logo is rising in the east from behind the Sleeping Giant, into the clear blue sky that Northwestern Ontario is noted for. This second Thunder Bay Area badge was designed by the youth.
Thunder Bay Area Badge
2004 -     

Thunder Bay North District

District Badge
1996 - 2001
The Port Arthur District formally changed its name to "Thunder Bay North District" in the spring of 1996. The new district badge is dark navy blue with light blue sky over the "Sleeping Giant". The letters forming "Thunder Bay" hang like icicles from the entrance to a cave, and the word "North" is covered with snow, a common occurrence from October through April in Thunder Bay North. The center of the badge shows the Scouts Canada fleur-de-lis in a red maple leaf.
In March 2001, Port Arthur District became part of the Thunder Bay Area.

The Port Arthur District badge shows the "Sleeping Giant" a land mark seen from all over the city of Thunder Bay, the blue waters of Lake Superior, and evergreen trees, a major economic resource of the district.
This badge is no longer available.
Old District Badge

Fort William District

Anniversary District Badge
The Cities of Fort William and Port Arthur were amalgamated by the Ontario Government in 1971. To Commemorate the 25th Anniversary of the forming of the City of Thunder Bay, the Fort William District designed a special Anniversary District Badge, to be issued upon registration in the District for each of the Scouting years, 1995-6 and 1996-7. This Badge is to be worn on the Uniform only by members registered during the Anniversary year.

The Fort William District Badge has the Scouts Canada Logo surrounded by the log gates of Fort William, a Hudson's Bay Company Post on the Shores of Lake Superior, and the founding of the City.
This badge is no longer available.
District Badge

Lake Superior Area

District Badge
Lake Superior Area, along the north shore of Lake Superior, includes the towns of Marathon, Manitouwadge, Schreiber, Terrace Bay,Hornepayne and White River.

Nipigon Bay

The Nipigon Bay Area, from the town of Nipigon to Long Lac along Highway 11, including Orient Bay, Beardmore and Geraldton.
Transportation, Mining, and Logging are the area's main resources.
The town of Long Lac on Highway 11 is renowned for its Canoeing Adventures along rivers and lakes teaming with fish. The towns of Geraldton and Beardmore were the sites of the Gold Rush during the first half of 20th century.

Kenogamisis District

Transportation (Railway Locomotive on the Top), Mining, and Logging are the area resources depicted in this district badge. Kenogamisis District covers the area around the town of Long Lac on Highway 11; Renowned for its Canoeing Adventures along rivers and lakes teaming with fish, and the Town of Geraldton, which was the site of the Gold Rush during the first half of this century. Kenogamisis is part of the North East Area.
District Badge

Sunset Area

Sunset Area badge

The Sunset Area stretches from White Otter Lake north to McKenzie Island, and from English River west to Vermillion Bay on Highway 17. This area, famous for Gold mines, forestry and Canoeing adventures, includes the towns of Ignace, Dryden, Sioux Lookout, Ear Falls, Red Lake and Cochenour.

Ken-Kee Area

The Ken-Kee Area covers from Sioux Narrows north to Grassy Narrows and from Willard Lake west to the Manitoba Border. Ken-Kee includes Kenora and Keewatin on the shores of Lake-of-the-Woods, from which it gets its name. This is the last outpost of Ontario Civilization, on the western edge of the Province. In 2001 Ken-Kee District became part of the Ken-Kee Area.

District Badge
Area Badge

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