By Heather Scoffield, The Canadian Press June 25, 2012
OTTAWA - An independent review of six decades of Scouts Canada records revealed that the organization failed at least 65 times to report allegations of sexual misconduct to authorities. Not all of those are ancient history.
Thirteen of the 65 incidents came to the Scouts' attention since 1992, when it became mandatory to report everything suspicious to police, said the report by investigators at KPMG. READ MORE