About 2000 Guides from across the country as well as guests from Great Britain, France, Denmark, Finland, Germany, Netherlands, Iceland, Ireland, Israel, Japan, Sweden, and the United States, participated in the event. In keeping with the "Heritage: theme, girls revived ancient regional crafts. such as totem-pole carving, bead work and burlap painting, wool weaving, soap carving and quilting. Highlights of 100 years of Confederation were showcased in a pageant called "Canada Tree".
World Chief. Lady Olave Baden-Powell, widow of Scout founder Lord Baden-Powell, officially closed the camp on July 25, 1967. A few days later. Lady Baden-Powell visited Expo 67.
Lady Baden-Powell at Expo 67, July 28, 1967