Welcome to 1292 Army Cadet Corps Web Site


The work around the General Sir Arthur Currie Building is still continuing. The access to the parking lot and the entrance to the building has been constantly changing this summer. We are still seeing that access will continue to be via the north side of the parking lot.

There are two gates; one directly in front of the Currie Building and one next to the General Waters Building (smaller building to the west with the flags). Either of these gates will be our access over the next 4-6 weeks based on the work being done on the new overpass and Caen Rd. Access may require some detours that are created on a daily basis.

There are two roads for access to these gates. The main road with the 4 way stop signs and then a small road between the buildings just west of the 4 way intersection. Referring to the map link blow the road is the one that is highlighted yellow. It shows as a one way but due to the construction it is now a two way.

We appreciate your patience as this work is completed. We anticipate that things will be more fluid by early November based on updates we have been given.

Currie Build Access - Updated 18-Jun-16



This first night is set up for returning cadets only. They will receive their Annual Validation Forms and meet with the staff. Returning Cadets with uniform issues (clothing too small or damaged) are expected to bring in the pieces and meet with the Supply Officer and his team to exchange as needed.

If any returning cadets are not able to attend please contact the Orderly Room via 1292army@cadets.gc.ca or by phone at (403) 410-2320 ext: 3926 to advise the staff.



On 22 July, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, in his role as Minister of Youth, launched the application process for participation on the first ever Prime Minister’s Youth Council. Youth aged 16-24 years are welcomed to apply to become a member of the 30 member council.

The purpose of this council is to provide the PM with non-partisan advice on national issues such as employment, access to education, building stronger communities as well as climate change and clean growth, among others. This is an excellent opportunity for cadets, JCRs, officers and adult leaders to exercise their leadership ability and commitment to Canada on the national stage.

For More Details Please Click on the Following Links:

PM Youth Council-Jul 2016 Presentation

Application Process Now Open for PM Council


Here is something all Cadets can help with:

Help Change/Update The Royal Canadian Army Cadet Uniform Badge Facebook Page

Click on this link and like the Page. Then you can have a voice in changes to the uniforms and such!!!


1292 RCACC Clothing Sales

Clothing is available to be ordered through the Support Society.

Intermittently through the year Members of the Support Society will be collecting forms and payments on Parades on Thursday and during Canteen breaks. Attached is the order form if you are interested in purchasing some.

1292 RCACC LdSH (RC) - Clothing Order Form

As always we also carry an inventory of 1292 jackets, order form is also attached if interested. 

Cadet Jacket Order Form

Questions can be directed to the Support Society at 1292rcacc.parents@gmail.com


If cadets are not able to attend any parade night or activity they signed up for are to contact the Orderly Room

at (403) 410-2320 Ext 3926 or 1292Army@cadets.gc.ca


Events & Achievements

Cadet Griffin Heckford rose to the top during the third intake of the two-week General Training Course at Vernon Cadet Training Centre (VCTC).

Once again a 1292 cadet has excelled in the cadet program. This time being awarded with Top in Course Award for General Training Intake 3. The award was for his excellent performance on course this summer. 

Cadet Griffin Heckford was selected was selected for these honours against 155 cadets who attended the Army Cadet General Training Course for the third two-week intake. This course provides the cadets with an introduction to communal living, an overnight field training exercise, the confidence course, marksmanship with the air rifle, summer biathlon, orienteering, and an introduction to the summer training courses that will be available to them in the coming years at their Corps.

The picture to the right is of Cadet Heckford being presented with his award as the top cadet in the third intake by Vernon Cadet Training Centre Commanding Officer Lieutenant-Colonel Judy Peter during the graduation parade on Friday.


Sept 1 - First Parade Night for 2016-2017 Cadet Year (Returning Cadets only)

Sept 15 & 22 - Open House for New Recruits/Families

Sept 23-25 - Army Cadet Challenge (sign up sheet will be posted as of Sept 1)

Army cadet motto:
Acer Acerpori: “As the maple, so the sapling”