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Breakaway boy scouts

Members of the 1st Prince George BPSA salute the flag. (photo by Andrew Kurjata)

Just because they follow the tenants of Lord Baden-Powell doesn't mean that every scout group sees eye to eye. Andrew Kurjata spoke to one group that broke away from the Boy Scouts of Canada to join the more traditional BPSA.

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A member of the BPSA displays his staff. (photo by Andrew Kurjata)

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