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We are now accepting applications for the 2017 Young Citizen’s Foundation Scholarship  until APRIL 1st, 2017

For more information and access to the application form view Policy 17.3

Would an extra $3,000.00 benefit your corps?

Your corps could qualify to receive ONE OF FOUR $3,000.00 grants offered by the Gerard Buckley Cadet Fund

Application deadline January 15th

Click HERE for details & access to the electronic application form


The Army Cadet League of Canada Announces the


Read the Press Release on the Awards page


Visit the Awards page for the announcement of the 2016 Gerard Buckley Fund winners.




Fall / Winter 2016


48 pages of great articles written by cadets, CIC officers, League members, volunteers and parents.

In this issue:  

  • The 2016 Top Cadet of Canada…pages 4 to 7
  • The First Annual Army Cadet Battle field Tour…pages 8 to 10
  • Army Cadets Expeditions…pages 12 to 16
  • Army Cadets Earn their Parachute Wings…pages 18 to 20
  • The Story of the Four Uniforms …page 42

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The Vimy Pilgrimage Award 2015 – view more details on our Vimy Commemoration page

In memoriam

 _terry _In memoriam

Major Terence John Whitty, CD, KCStG

05 July 1944 – 25 June 2016

It is with deep sorrow that we announce the passing of Major Terence (Terry) Whitty, after a very brief battle with cancer. He leaves to mourn his loving partner Sandra (Clark), her two children Stephanie and Victoria, his children Shannon (Don Leverette) and Llyam, his grandchildren Gabrielle and Tegan, as well as many family and friends.

Terry’s career was spent in the restaurant industry in Montréal and Ottawa where he established, owned and operated several franchise and independent restaurants. He began his military career at a very young age and he spent many years serving in the Canadian Grenadier Guards, where his heart remained. In 1966 Terry transferred to the Cadet Services of Canada (now known as the CIC), and thus began his long association with Cadets. The last 15 years he served as National Executive Director of the Army Cadet League of Canada in Ottawa. He believed passionately in the Royal Canadian Army Cadets’ work with youth across Canada.

A scholarship for cadets will be set up in Terry’s memory.  Should you wish to contribute to this fund, donations can be made to the Army Cadet League of Canada, 201-1505 Laperriere Ave, Ottawa, ON K1Z 7T1, or using the ACLC donation form.

Army Cadets in the news

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


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  • Past Cadet – Canada’s Mark Arendz opens with biathlon gold at para-nordic worlds – 2-time Paralympic medallist shot perfect through 4 rounds – CBC Sports Posted: Feb 11, 2017 7:20 PM ET – Canada’s Mark Arendz struck gold on the opening day of the 2017 world para-nordic ski world championships, winning the men’s 7.5-kilometre standing biathlon race on Saturday in Finsterau, Germany.