Requirements for Press Releases and Public announcements
IAW Section 2.33 (2) of the QR Cadets document, also further clarified in the MOU and in CATO 13-33, which states the following:
2.33 – Relationship between the Canadian Forces and Sponsors
(2) The Canadian Forces, The Navy League, the Army Cadet League, the Air Cadet League and the local sponsors shall give each other maximum support and recognition in all speeches, publicity, events and other activities pertaining to cadet organizations.
With this in mind, we ask that you include the following two (2) standard paragraphs in ALL media releases and/or all other public announcements.
The Royal Canadian Army Cadets is a federally-sponsored program for young Canadians ages 12 to 18 that develops in youth attributes of leadership, good citizenship, and physical fitness, while stimulating interest in the history and activities of the Canadian Army. There are currently over 18,000 Army cadets in more than 400 Cadet Corps across Canada.
As a civilian not-for-profit corporation, The Army Cadet League of Canada is committed to supporting The Royal Canadian Army Cadets in a strong partnership with the Department of National Defence and local communities across Canada by developing policies and procedures to achieve the aims and objectives of the Army Cadet movement in particular. You may find further information about The Army Cadet League of Canada by visiting www.armycadetleague.ca .
We thank you for your cooperation.
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