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  • Canadian Guiding Badges And Insignia Other

    8. Multi-Branch

    The badges and insignia listed in this section are those that could be worn by more than one section of girl members and sometimes by adult members as well. There are seven distinct groupings:

    1. Canada Flashes and Title Tapes 2. Challenges 3. Commemorative badges and pins 4. Provincial Hat badges 5. Religion in Life badges 6. Service Stars 7. Other

    7. Other

    These badges and pins were worn by more than one level or branch of Guiding. Some were worn for a specific occasion or event, while others were worn for a limited time of months or years to support an initiative like the WAGGGS Peace Patch. Others indicated a specialized branch of Guiding such as Lones or a Kindred Society such as the Salvation Army and the Women’s Catholic League. The only items that were not worn on the uniform were the Diversity pin and the Friendship pin and patch.

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    1. Catalogue Number 2. Earliest Reference 3. Dates in use 4. Description 5. Former Name 6. Subsequent Name

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    Contents B-P Star ................................................................................................................................... 3 Brownie Helper Badge .......................................................................................................... 3 Canadian Friendship Patch .................................................................................................. 3 …Canadian Friendship Patch continued ........................................................................... 4 Canadian Friendship Pin ...................................................................................................... 4 Catholic Women’s League ................................................................................................... 5 Companies & Packs on Foreign Soil – Friendship Pin .................................................... 5 Companies & Packs on Foreign Soil Crest ....................................................................... 5 …Companies & Packs on Foreign Soil Crest contd ..................................................... 6 Diversity Pin ............................................................................................................................ 7 Guides Catholiques du Canada .......................................................................................... 7 Guide Helper Badge .............................................................................................................. 7 Home Defence Badge ........................................................................................................... 8 Lones Pin ................................................................................................................................ 8 Mourning Band ....................................................................................................................... 8 National Service Armband .................................................................................................... 8 Pin Tab .................................................................................................................................... 9 Salvation Army Badge .......................................................................................................... 9 …Salvation Army Badge continued .................................................................................. 10 Spark Helper Badge ............................................................................................................ 10 WAGGGS UNHCR Refugee Badge (UN High Commissioner for Refugees)............ 10 WAGGGS World Citizenship Patch .................................................................................. 10 WAGGGS World Citizenship Pin ...................................................................................... 11 WAGGGS World Peace Initiative Crest ........................................................................... 11 War Service Badge (1915-1919) ....................................................................................... 11 ….War Service Badge (1915-1919) continued ............................................................... 12 War Service Badge (1939-1945) ....................................................................................... 12 War Service Pin ................................................................................................................... 12 War Service – 3 year Service Pin ..................................................................................... 13 Wartime Emergency Service Armlet ................................................................................. 13 Western Hemisphere Patch ............................................................................................... 13 Western Hemisphere Pin .................................................................................................... 14 World Crest ........................................................................................................................... 15 World Pin ............................................................................................................................... 15 World Pin (Brownie) see Brownie section ........................................................................ 15 World Thinking Day Pin ...................................................................................................... 16 1996 World Conference Patch .......................................................................................... 16 1996 World Conference Pin ............................................................................................... 16 Appendix 1 - Revisions ....................................................................................................... 17

  • Canadian Guiding Badges And Insignia Other

    Legend: See introduction

    1. Catalogue Number 2. Earliest Reference 3. Dates in use 4. Description 5. Former Name 6. Subsequent Name

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    B-P Star

    1. X1001 2. Canadian Guider (November 1956) 3. 1957 4. Star; gilt; metal: 6-pointed star with blue enamel

    centre, text “B P” in gilt. Note: Worn in or out of uniform by those who

    completed the Baden-Powell Challenge.

    Brownie Helper Badge

    1. X1002 2. POR (1969) 3. 1969-1995 4. Oval; yellow; cotton: owl in brown stitching sitting on

    perch. 5. Pack Leader Crest (1969-1994) Note: Worn by older girl members. 1. X1003 2. MC News (January 1996) 3. 1996- 4. Rectangular; navy; cotton: Trefoil, text “BROWNIE

    HELPER” and edging in orange stitching.

    Canadian Friendship Patch

    1. X1004 2. POR (1987) 3. 1987-1996 4. Rectangular; white; cotton: maple leaf outlined in

    yellow stitching, edging in red stitching, Trefoil and text “Canada” in blue stitching.

    5. Canadian Friendship Crest (1987-1994) Note: not worn by Canadians. 1. X1005 2. Guides Canada Catalogue (1996-1997) 3. 1996-1997 4. Rectangular; white; cotton: edging and maple leaf

    outlined in red stitching, Trefoil and text “Canada” in blue stitching.

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    1. Catalogue Number 2. Earliest Reference 3. Dates in use 4. Description 5. Former Name 6. Subsequent Name

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    …Canadian Friendship Patch continued

    1. X1006 2. Guides Canada Catalogue (1997-1998) 3. 1997- 4. Rectangular; white; cotton: maple leaf and double

    border in red stitching, Trefoil and text “Canada” in blue stitching.

    Note: in POR referred to as Friendship Crest.

    Canadian Friendship Pin

    1. X1007 2. Canadian Guider (May 1938) 3. 1938-1963 4. Maple leaf; gilt; metal: blue enamel Trefoil with text

    “CGG” and scroll with text “BE PREPARED” centred on maple leaf.

    5. Canadian International Souvenir Pin (1938-1940), Canadian Souvenir Pin (1940-1954)

    Note: used as a souvenir gift to Friends of Guiding in Canada or to Guides in other countries. Not worn by Canadian Guiders or Guides.

    1. X1008 2. Price List, Girl Guides of Canada (1964) 3. 1964-1971 4. Maple leaf; gilt; metal: blue enamel Trefoil with text

    “GGC” and scroll with text “BE PREPARED” centred on maple leaf.

    1. X1009 2. Merchandising Catalogue (1971-72) 3. 1971-1987 4. Maple leaf; gilt; metal: blue enamel Trefoil with text

    “GGC” on maple leaf. 1. X1010 2. Merchandising Catalogue (1987-1988) 3. 1987- 4. Maple leaf; gilt; metal: Trefoil in blue enamel on maple

    leaf.

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    Legend: See introduction

    1. Catalogue Number 2. Earliest Reference 3. Dates in use 4. Description 5. Former Name 6. Subsequent Name

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    Catholic Women’s League

    1. X1011 3. 1921-1959 4. Rectangular; navy; cotton: text ‘CATHOLIC

    WOMEN’S LEAGUE” and “FOR GOD AND CANADA” in a ring in gold stitching, circling a blue cross with rays and gold stars at the base, text “GIRL GUIDES” in white stitching below the ring.

    1. X1012 3. 1960-1998? 4. Rectangular; navy; cotton: text “THE CATHOLIC

    WOMEN’S LEAGUE” and “FOR GOD AND CANADA” in a ring in gold stitching, circling a cross with text “OF CANADA” above in blue stitching and gold stars at the base, text “GIRL GUIDES” in white stitching below the ring.

    Companies & Packs on Foreign Soil – Friendship Pin

    1. X1013 2. Canadian Guider (Nov/Dec 1987) 3. 1987?- 4. Oval; blue and white; metal: an airplane with text

    “CPFS” in silver in top segment, a red maple leaf and text “CANADA” in lower segment.

    Companies & Packs on Foreign Soil Crest

    1. X1014 2. Canadian Guider (October 1958) 3. 1958?-1962 4. Square; navy; cotton: maple leaf in red stitching, in the

    centre, text “CANADIAN GIRL GUIDES” and Trefoil in gold stitching in two circles and text “CGG” in white stitching.

    5. CPFS Patch

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    …Companies & Packs on Foreign Soil Crest contd

    1. X1015 3. 1963-1971? 4. Square; navy; cotton: maple leaf in red stitching, in the

    centre, text “GIRL GUIDES OF CANADA” and Trefoil in gold stitching in two circles with text “GGC” in white stitching.

    5. CPFS Patch 1. X1016 2. National Resource Centre Fact Sheet (1981) 3. 1972- 4. Rectangular; light blue; cotton: NATO star in red and

    white stitching with gold maple leaf super imposed in centre.

    1. X1017 3. ?-1962 4. Shield; light green; cotton: the maple leaf flag with a

    blue Trefoil and gold text “CGG” above, crossed with a blue flag with a gold Trefoil and a Brownie elf above and text “COMPANIES & PACKS ON FOREIGN SOIL” in black, edging in white stitching.

    1. X1018 3. 1963-1984? 4. Shield; green; cotton: the maple leaf flag with a blue

    Trefoil and gold text “GGC” above, crossed with a blue flag with a gold Trefoil and a Brownie elf above and text “COMPANIES & PACKS ON FOREIGN SOIL” in black, edging in yellow stitching.

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    1. Catalogue Number 2. Earliest Reference 3. Dates in use 4. Description 5. Former Name 6. Subsequent Name

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    Diversity Pin

    1. X1019 2. Ontario Council announcement (May 1996) 3. 1996- 4. Semi-circle; blue; metal: rays of colours, red, white,

    brown, black, yellow, silver and gold surrounded by blue enamel with Trefoil in gold in right corner.

    Note: Earned by trained Diversity Facilitators but not worn on the uniform.

    Guides Catholiques du Canada

    1. X1020 3. 1962-1992 4. Ring; navy; metal: text “GUIDES CATHOLIQUES

    CANADA” in ring in gilt letters. Note: Guides Catholiques du Canada joined Canadian

    Girl Guides in 1962 and in 1992 became Guides Francophone du Canada.

    Guide Helper Badge

    1. X1021 2. Badges and Insignia Price List (August 1983) 3. 1983-1996 4. Rectangular; blue; cotton: Trefoil, text “COMPANY

    LEADER” and edging in yellow stitching. 5. Company Leader (1983-1996) 1. X1022 2. MC News (January 1996) 3. 1996-2000 4. Rectangular; blue; cotton: Trefoil, text “COMPANY

    LEADER” and edging in yellow stitching. 5. Company Leader (1996-2000) 1. X1023 2. MC News (Autumn 1999) 3. 2000- 4. Rectangular; blue; cotton: Trefoil, text “GUIDE

    HELPER” and edging in white stitching.

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    1. Catalogue Number 2. Earliest Reference 3. Dates in use 4. Description 5. Former Name 6. Subsequent Name

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    Home Defence Badge

    1. X1024 2. Canadian Guider (January, 1943) 3. 1943-1945? 4. No image available Note: For Guides, Rangers and Cadets.

    Lones Pin

    1. X1025 2. MC News (March 2005) 3. 2005- 4. Irregular; gilt; metal: Trefoil on maple leaves with text

    “LONES” on blue enamel at base of pin. Note: for Guides, Pathfinders and Rangers.

    Mourning Band

    1. X1026 2. POR (1941) 3. 1936?-1965 4. Originally Adults wore a 3 inch wide black band on

    their left arm above the elbow; Brownies, Guides and Rangers wore a 2 inch wide black band. In the POR (1944) Brownies were to wear a 1 inch wide band. As of 1953, only Adults wore a band that was 2 inches wide.

    National Service Armband

    1. X1027 2. Canadian Guider (September 15, 1940) 3. 1940-1945 4. Blue felt with text “NATIONAL SERVICE” on a banner

    below a Trefoil with text “CGG” in gold. Note: for Guides, Rangers and Cadets while engaged

    in wartime service.

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    1. Catalogue Number 2. Earliest Reference 3. Dates in use 4. Description 5. Former Name 6. Subsequent Name

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    Pin Tab

    1. X1028 2. MC News (October 2004) 3. 2004-2010 4. Rectangular; blue; metal: pin with text “Guides

    Canada” in silver on blue enamel attached to a navy ribbon.

    1. X1029 2. Guides Canada Catalogue (2010-2011) 3. 2010- 4. Rectangular; blue; metal: pin with Trefoil and text “Girl

    Guides of Canada” “Guides du Canada” in silver on blue enamel attached to a navy ribbon.

    Salvation Army Badge

    1. X1030 2. Ontario Newsletter (January 1987) 3. 1915?-1937? 4. Oval; green; cotton: text “THE LIFE SAVING

    GUARDS” in a circle around five girls saluting in yellow, banner below with text “TO SAVE AND TO SERVE” also in yellow.

    5. Salvation Army Patch. Note: The Life Saving Guards followed the principles

    set by Baden Powell and were associated with the Salvation Army. In 1937 they joined the Canadian Girl Guides.

    1. X1031 3. 1937?-1963 4. Square; navy; cotton: gold maple leaf with text “THE

    SALVATION ARMY GIRL GUIDES” in white around a gold Trefoil with text “CGG” enclosed with circles in red stitching.

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    1. Catalogue Number 2. Earliest Reference 3. Dates in use 4. Description 5. Former Name 6. Subsequent Name

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    …Salvation Army Badge continued

    1. X1032 3. 1964-1998 4. Square; navy; cotton: gold maple leaf with text “THE

    SALVATION ARMY GIRL GUIDES” in white around a gold Trefoil enclosed in a circle with red stitching.

    Spark Helper Badge

    1. X1033 2. POR (1993) 3. 1993- 4. Rectangular; blue; cotton: Trefoil, text “SPARK

    HELPER” and edging in pink stitching.

    WAGGGS UNHCR Refugee Badge (UN High Commissioner for Refugees)

    1. X1034 2. Ontario Newsletter (April 1995) 3. 1994-1997 4. Round; blue; cotton: the WAGGGS Trefoil at the

    bottom, two wheat sheaves enclosing two hands over a person, text “UNHCR” and border all in white stitching.

    Note: a youth earned badge available to Brownies, Guides, Pathfinders and Senior Branch members. The badge was worn on the sash, on the left side of the polo shirt or over the pocket on the blouse. Sparks, Guiders, Link and Trefoil Guild wore the badge on a camp hat or camp blanket.

    WAGGGS World Citizenship Patch

    1. X1035 2. Canadian Guider (March/April 1998) 3. 1998-2004 4. Rectangular; white; cotton: two intersecting green

    globes with yellow lines, two blue figures superimposed with the WAGGGS Trefoil in the centre between them; border in yellow stitching.

    Note: patch was worn by Sparks, Brownies, Guides and Pathfinders.

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    1. Catalogue Number 2. Earliest Reference 3. Dates in use 4. Description 5. Former Name 6. Subsequent Name

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    WAGGGS World Citizenship Pin

    1. X1036 2. Canadian Guider (March/April 1998) 3. 1998-2004 4. Irregular; green; metal: two intersecting globes with

    yellow markings and two blue figures superimposed with the WAGGGS Trefoil in the centre between them.

    Note: the pin was worn by Senior Branches and Guiders.

    WAGGGS World Peace Initiative Crest

    1. X1037 2. Canadian Guider (September/October 1994) 3. 1994-1996 4. Rectangular; beige; cotton: the WAGGGS Trefoil in

    upper left corner in blue and orange, blue globe tied together with gold cords in lower section, a reef knot holding the stem of a green olive branch to the top of the globe, edging in orange stitching.

    5. WAGGGS World Peace Initiative Patch. Note: worn on left sleeve above cuff or on badge

    sash.

    War Service Badge (1915-1919)

    1. X1038 2. The Girl Guide Gazette (May 1915) 3. 1915-1919 4. Crown; red; wool: crown in red and black stitching with

    year below in yellow stitching. 1916 Version [X1038A]

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    1. Catalogue Number 2. Earliest Reference 3. Dates in use 4. Description 5. Former Name 6. Subsequent Name

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    …War Service Badge (1915-1919) continued

    1918 Version [X1038B] 1919 Version [X1038C]

    War Service Badge (1939-1945)

    1. X1039 2. Canadian Guider (January 1,1943) 3. 1943-1945 4. Pentagon; red; felt: maple leaf in green stitching with

    crown in centre in yellow and red stitching, text “CGG”, number of hours of service and text “WAR SERVICE” in yellow stitching.

    Note: the badge bears figures from 100 upward, in multiples of 100, to indicate number of hours served.

    Note: available to Guides, Rangers or Cadets. 400 Hours War Service [X1039A]

    War Service Pin

    1. X1040 3. 1915-1918 4. Round; navy; metal: text “WAR SERVICE” in gold

    lettering at top, white Trefoil in centre with text “CGG” with crown in gold and red above and text “BE PREPARED” on red banner in gold lettering below.

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    1. Catalogue Number 2. Earliest Reference 3. Dates in use 4. Description 5. Former Name 6. Subsequent Name

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    War Service – 3 year Service Pin

    1. X1041 3. 1915-1918? 4. Bar; gilt; metal: a blue star on each side of a white

    Trefoil with text “CGG”.

    Wartime Emergency Service Armlet

    1. X1042 2. Canadian Guider (May 1942) 3. 1942-1945 4. Red felt; with text “WARTIME EMERGENCY

    SERVICE” on white banner with white Trefoil above and text “CGG”.

    Note: A coloured stripe could be added upon completion of one of the four specialized sections: Home Service – blue; Child Care – yellow; Transportation – red in 1943; white in 1944; Land Work – green.

    Note: Worn on the right arm above the elbow by Guides, Cadets and Rangers.

    Western Hemisphere Patch

    1. X1043 2. Badges and Insignia Price List (1991) 3. 1991-1998 4. Triangle; navy; cotton: map of North and South

    America, WAGGGS Trefoil and border in gold. 1. X1044 2. Guides Canada Catalogue (1998-1999) 3. 1998- 4. Square; white; cotton: map of North and South

    American in orange with blue squares representing the Atlantic Ocean and three orange squares, the WAGGGS Trefoil at the top left.

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    1. Catalogue Number 2. Earliest Reference 3. Dates in use 4. Description 5. Former Name 6. Subsequent Name

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    Western Hemisphere Pin

    1. X1045 3. 1989 4. Triangle; blue; metal: map of North and South

    America, WAGGGS Trefoil in upper right corner and border in gold.

    Note: This pin was designed by Reta Currah, a Chief Commissioner, and was originally sold to raise money for Pax Lodge at Conference “89.

    1. X1046 2. Guides Canada Catalogue (1991-1992) 3. 1991-1998 4. Triangle; blue; metal: map of North and South

    America, new WAGGGS Trefoil in upper right corner and border in gold.

    Note: In July 1992, the pin was approved to be worn on the uniform.

    1. X1047 2. Guides Canada Catalogue (1998-1999) 3. 1998- 4. Rectangular; yellow; metal: map of North and South

    America in orange with blue squares and three orange squares alongside, the WAGGGS Trefoil at the top left.

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    1. Catalogue Number 2. Earliest Reference 3. Dates in use 4. Description 5. Former Name 6. Subsequent Name

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    World Crest

    1. X1048 2. Guides Canada Catalogue (1984-1985) 3. 1984-1992 4. Round; navy; cotton: WAGGGS Trefoil in gold

    stitching. 1. X1049 2. Guides Canada Catalogue (1992-1993) 3. 1992- 4. Round; blue; cotton: new WAGGGS Trefoil and border

    in orange stitching.

    World Pin

    1. X1050 2. POR (1950) 3. 1950-1992 4. Round; blue; metal; WAGGGS Trefoil and border in

    silver on blue enamel. 5. World Pin (Guide) 1962?-1978 Note: worn above right pocket of uniform. 1. X1051 2. Guides Canada Catalogue (1984-1985) 3. 1982-1991 4. Round; blue; metal; WAGGGS Trefoil and border in

    silver on blue enamel. Miniature version available through Provincial Office only until 1990.

    1. X1052 2. Merchandising Centre Catalogue 1993-1994 3. 1993- 4. Round; blue; metal: WAGGGS Trefoil and edging in

    orange.

    World Pin (Brownie) see Brownie section

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    1. Catalogue Number 2. Earliest Reference 3. Dates in use 4. Description 5. Former Name 6. Subsequent Name

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    World Thinking Day Pin

    1. X1053 2. Canadian Guider (Winter 2005) 3. 2005 4. Round; gilt; metal: swirls and WAGGGS Trefoil in

    centre in silver on blue enamel.

    1996 World Conference Patch

    1. X1054 2. MC News (July 1995) 3. 1996 4. Square; white; cotton: red maple leaf with WAGGGS

    Trefoil on right side on blue background, text “29th WORLD CONFERENCE” in Spanish, English and French and “CANADA 1996” in a circle around the maple leaf.

    Note: The patch was worn by Sparks, Brownies and Guides on the badge sash or on the left sleeve above the cuff of the uniform. Pathfinders and Senior Branch wore the pin or the patch.

    1996 World Conference Pin

    1. X1055 2. MC News (July 1995) 3. 1996 4. Round; blue; metal: red maple leaf with WAGGGS

    Trefoil on right side, text “29th WORLD CONFERENCE” in Spanish, English and French and “CANADA 1996” in a circle around the maple leaf.

    Note: Adults wore the pin on the left pocket of the polo shirt or above the left pocket of the blouse.

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    1. Catalogue Number 2. Earliest Reference 3. Dates in use 4. Description 5. Former Name 6. Subsequent Name

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    Appendix 1 - Revisions

    Images War Service Badge (1915-1919) X1038A New July 2018 X1038B New July 2018 X1038C New July 2018