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 2014 Canada’s Most Outstanding Army Cadet Announced  

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Spring / Summer 2014


35 pages of exciting articles written by cadets, CIC officers, League members, volunteers and parents.

In this issue:

  • Bracebridge Army Cadet receives Cadet Award of Bravery
  • Five Army Cadet Corps Win Prestigious Grant
  • Cadets Tell Us About Their Experience while travelling in Argentina
  • Locating The Grave of A Long Lost Uncle On Verrière Ridge
  • Cadet corps are celebrating 100+ years

And much more…

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EF Educational Tours is working closely with various Army Cadet Corps to tour Vimy Ridge, Juno Beach, and other battlefields where heroes fought to liberate Europe.  These tours instill a strong sense of remembrance and bring young Canadians through a journey into our nation’s past.

Please call Natalie McEwen at 1-800-387-1460 today to learn more about our Canada’s History Tours.



NO DELAY on orders 

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Place your orders now to prepare for year-end events or for any other occasion.

The Army Cadet League of Canada has recently partnered up with Time is Ticking Inc. to offer you the opportunity to order commemorative watches.

The RCAC slim-line watch has Seiko movements, 24K gold plating on its face, an engraved case back and a designer Speidel leather band which is being offered in black and red. The watch will be delivered in an RCAC embossed velveteen collector’s box.

Wear one yourself or order a few as a great gift idea for presentations at any Army Cadet events.  Order a few at a time to have them on hand for various occasions.

Click here to  find all the information about the offer.  To order your watch contact Maxime Corneau at the National Office .  Phone 1-877-276-9223 , e-mail:

Army Cadets in the news

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 2014 News

Army Cadets showcased in Prime Minister Videos of the  D-Day Ceremonies in Normandy :






  • *Video - BC’s D-Day veterans honoured - Published May 22, 2014 - Wed, May 21:Fourteen thousand Canadian troops stormed the beaches of Normandy on D-Day. Now,just weeks ahead of the 70th anniversary of the invasion
  • Departing with dignity - Moose Jaw Times-Herald - Outgoing 1856 Moose Jaw Schools Cadet Corps administration officer LCol. Lyle Johnson (right, standing) discusses matters with fellow officers prior …
  • Senior cadet gives words of encouragement to fellow members - Truro Daily News - Menzies, a Chief Warrant Officer with the 2928 Royal Canadian Army Cadet Corps, was the Regimental Sergeant Major during the corps’ annual …
  • Creemore cadet makes National Rifle Team - Stayner Sun - By  Michael Gennings - A member of the Royal Canadian Army Cadet Corps in Creemore is heading to England this summer as a member of the National Rifle Team…
  • Always proud - Moose Jaw Times-Herald - This year, the review party consisted of Romses, along with Kenneth Garbutt, the vice president of the Army Cadet League of Saskatchewan; and …
  • Fort St. John Cadets hold 68th Annual Ceremonial Review - - The 2276 Princess Patricia’s Canadian Light Infantry Royal Canadian Army Cadets had their 68th Annual Ceremonial Review this morning at the Fort …
  • Cadet takes aim at international competition - Standard Freeholder - Cornwall Army Cadet Master Warrant Officer Alexander Wlodarczyk has earned a spot on the Royal Canadian Army Cadet National Rifle Team and …




  • Flags to get respectful send-off - Brandon Sun - Canada’s distinctive maple leaf flag entered its 50th year beginning Feb. … Cadets in Virden will be hosting a flag-burning this weekend — following …
  • Surrey cadet Corps is pride of B.C.’s Sikh community - Vancouver Desi - They are members of the newly minted 3300 Royal Canadian Army Cadet Corps … The unit currently has 67 cadets with a growing waiting list.
  • Local named southern zone Honour Cadet - Airdrie Echo - “I was at the (monthly Army Cadet League of Canada) meeting bringing up some issues at the cadet level,” explained Teegan Martin, 18, who won the …



  • Rotary Club and Army Cadets join forces - Kapuskasing Northern Times (subscription) - Rotary Club and Army Cadets join forces 0 … is pleased to announce that it has become an official sponsor of the Royal Canadian Army Cadets 1635.
  • Cadets honour the Patricias - Vermilion Standard - Report an error. In honour of Princess Patricia’s Canadian Light Infantry’s centennial, Vermilion Cadets received and raised the PPCLI flag last week.
  • Crack-shot cadet Connor targets Canadian contest - Nottingham Post - The marksman will compete against a team of Royal Canadian Army Cadets for the Michael Faraday Cup. Connor, of the Blidworth detachment of the …
  • Local cadets make their mark - Newfoundland and Labrador Compass - The 2558 Placentia Royal Canadian Army Cadet Corps (RCACC) recently … Joining the home team for the competition were army cadets from 2584 …
  • snapd Peterborough – Army Cadets Tri-Service Sports Competition - - The 2672 Hastings & Prince Edward Regiment, Royal Canadian Army Cadet Corps held their 1st Tri-Service Sports Competition. Cadets from …
  • Streetsville cadets go to Washington - - MISSISSAUGA — During this past March break members of the 105 Army Cadet Corps from Streetsville visited the U.S. capital, Washington, D.C. It …


  • Army corps introducing art of fencing to Kap cadets. - Cochrane Times Post - A Sergeant, and Officer of the Royal Canadian Army Cadets 1635 division in a fencing demonstration. Fencing is set to begin for the cadets at the …
  • Canadian Cadets Visit US Marines - Ottawa Citizen (blog) - More than 40 children had the chance to meet and interact with United States Marines as the 557 Lorne Scots Royal Canadian Army Cadets led by 






  • Local biathletes advance to nationals as a former cadet competes in Sochi - - The Algoma Rod and Gun club was host to the 2014 Cadet Biathlon Provincial Championship last weekend, hosting the team relay races Saturday 
  • Biathletes fare well at provincials - Williams Lake Tribune - That’s what three Williams Lake army cadets — Joshua Tucker, Olund Mork and Noah Brenner — were up to this past weekend when they competed 
  • Local Cadet among top teen marksmen in Canada - Belleville Intelligencer - The 16-year-old St. Theresa Secondary School student is currently one of the top Army Cadet marksmen in Canada and recently qualified for the 
  • Sculptor chosen for Currie statue - Strathroy Age Dispatch - The Army Cadet League of Canada was instrumental in the fundraising efforts to assist the General Sir Arthur Currie Memorial Project – a volunteer 
  • Cadets put skills to the test - Delhi News Record – The members of Royal Canadian Army Cadet Corps, 2853 Simcoe Legion used GPS and compasses to track movements, used military snowshoes to 


  • Burns night was about celebrations - Lifestyles Publications – New served with the British Army in multiple conflicts before he immigrated to Canada. He later became involved with the army cadets. Tolles did a 
  • Reservist Rooks retires after 50 years - Lifestyles Publications – but he also influenced generations of young people through his involvement with the Princess Patricia Canadian Light Infantry (PPCLI) Army Cadets 
  • Cadets mark milestone - Marlborough Express – Cadets from New Zealand, Canada and Australia will hone their skills in flying, tramping, sailing, shooting and medical evacuation scenarios.
  • Cadets in major exercise at Waiouru - Radio New Zealand – Some 1200 cadets and officers, including 120 from Australia and Canada, are taking part in a range of activities including flying, sailing and tramping.
  • Cadets move back to old stomping grounds - Chatham Daily News – When representatives from the Army Cadet League of Canada visited the 59 Highlanders last September, she took the opportunity to ask if it was 
  • Video : Noah Wickenheiser represented his mom, Hayley, in Ottawa to accept the flag she will be carrying at Sochi. Wickenheiser was thrilled for his mom calling it “the coolest thing in the world”.