About.

AIMS OF THE CADET MOVEMENT.

THE ULTIMATE CHALLENGE
  1. To develop in youth the attributes of good leadership and citizenship;
  2. To promote physical fitness; and,
  3. To in still an interest in the sea, land, and air activities of the Canadian Forces.
HOW TO JOIN
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How To Join.

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WHO CAN JOIN?

To join the Army Cadet Program, applicants must:

  1. Be 12 to 18 years old
  2. Be interested in the Army Cadet Program
  3. Have Parent/Guardian permission
TRAINING
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TRAINING.

ACER ACERPORI.

The Royal Canadian Army Cadets is recognized as Canada’s oldest youth program. Our goals are to help develop good citizens, develop physical fitness and sustain an interest in the Canadian Forces.
01. TRAINING.
MANDATORY TRAINING

This training is completed during Tuesday night parades, and on certain weekend training exercises.  It includes a number of subjects that all cadets become familiarized with.  These include:

  • Drill
  • Physical Fitness Training
  • Marksmanship Training (on the 853C Air Rifle)
  • Adventure Training and Map Reading
  • Leadership and Team Building
  • Citizenship and History
  • CF Familiarization
OPTIONAL TRAINING

This training is completely optional for Cadets, and is conducted during separate training hours.  Although they are not compulsory activities, they still achieve the aims of the CCM.  These include:

  • Music Training
  • Biathlon
  • Rock Climbing and other Adventure Training
  • Competitive Marksmanship
  • Summer Camps and Spring Break Courses
  • Exchanges
MANDATORY TRAINING

This training is completed during Tuesday night parades, and on certain weekend training exercises.  It includes a number of subjects that all cadets become familiarized with.  These include:

  • Drill
  • Physical Fitness Training
  • Marksmanship Training (on the 853C Air Rifle)
  • Adventure Training and Map Reading
  • Leadership and Team Building
  • Citizenship and History
  • CF Familiarization
OPTIONAL TRAINING

This training is completely optional for Cadets, and is conducted during separate training hours.  Although they are not compulsory activities, they still achieve the aims of the CCM.  These include:

  • Music Training
  • Biathlon
  • Rock Climbing and other Adventure Training
  • Competitive Marksmanship
  • Summer Camps and Spring Break Courses
  • Exchanges
RESOURCES
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RESOURCES.

KNOWLEDGE IS POWER.

Here you can find key policy and information on dress and deportment for Cadets, scholarships and awards as well as links to our other affiliated Corps.
FAQS
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FAQS.

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS.

A selection of some of the most common questions we get asked about Cadet Service.
CONTACT
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GET IN TOUCH

Contact.

LET’S TALK.

We parade Thursday nights from 6:15pm-9:15pm. At the General Sir Arthur Currie Building, located off Crowchild Trail, SW. For security the secondary door into the building is locked so please use phone on wall to call us to let you in.
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