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Our latest league handbook may now be viewed or downloaded directly on our website.


Ed Liukaitis: 2015 League Member of the Year


Ed Liukaitis has been a member of the Army Cadet League of Canada, Alberta Branch since 1996.

He has involved himself diligently into the operation of the Alberta Branch.  He has served as a Zone Chairman and Provincial President, 2007 – 2009, and League Representative to struggling corps during his association with the Branch. He continues to serve as an advisor to the Board of Governors and since 2006 has been League Representative to 3016 Calgary Highlanders Royal Canadian Army Corps.



Col. Bill Fletcher: New President for ACLC


At the Army Cadet League of Canada National AGM held in Ottawa during April of this year, Colonel Bill Fletcher was elected as President of the National League. He served as the Alberta Branch President from 2004 to 2007 and continues to serve as an advisor to the Board of Governors.

Colonel Fletcher’s military experience began with his joining 2294 RCACC in Fort William. This led to his enrollment in the Canadian Army (Militia) as a gunner in 118 Medium Battery in 1960. He was subsequently commissioned into the Canadian Army (Regular) Royal Canadian Army Service Corps in 1963 on completion of the Officer Candidate Program.



2015 Vimy Day in Calgary


Saturday, April 4, 2015 was the date that the Southern Zone of the Alberta Army Cadet League conducted a parade to mark the 98th Anniversary of the Battle of Vimy Ridge.

Approximately 135 Army Cadets and Officers from Corps based in Calgary and area, were on hand at The Military Museums in Calgary for the commemoration. The parade was held on the outdoor parade square and Cadets stood resolutely in the face of a biting north-west wind that sent many spectators scurrying into the shelter of the Museum’s vestibule.



2015 Spielman Cup


On Saturday, March 21, 2015, The Army Cadet League of Canada - Alberta, Southern Zone hosted The Spielman Cup Drill Competition for Southern Alberta Army Cadet Corps. This year the event was held in the General Sir Arthur Currie Building on the former Base Calgary, home of two Southern Zone Army Cadet Corps. The venue is centrally located with all amenities needed, bright, clean, and with space for spectator seating and an upper-storey catwalk for those spectacular photos!


2015 Kozar Cup


On May 2nd, 2015, the Lecture Training Facility on the Canadian Forces Base in Edmonton, Alberta was the scene of a very tough and much-loved competition for Army Cadet Corps throughout the province. The prestigious 2015 Kozar Cup Drill Competition.


2014 Small Bore Competition Results


The Army Cadet League of Canada – Alberta Branch is proud to announce the winners of 2014 Small Bore Shooting Competition. Thirteen Corps requested targets and six sets of targets were returned.


Who Are Cadets?


Cadets are encouraged to become active, responsible members of their communities. They make valuable contributions to Canadian society on a daily basis in terms of environmental, citizenship and community activities.

Cadets also learn valuable life and work skills such as teamwork, leadership and citizenship.


2013 Walsh Sword Recipient


"Cadet Chief Warrant Officer Srosh Hassan from 2551 PPCLI in Edmonton is a focussed and goal driven young woman with a tremendous desire to be successful…she is a leader of tomorrow and inspires her peers and all she works with to achieve a high standard."

Six years ago, before joining the program, I was not the same person. Looking back, it is difficult to do these last six years justice but I know that if I could meet my 12 year old self, she would be unrecognizable.


My Cadet Story: Kassandra Meyn


My name is Kassandra Meyn, I was an Army Cadet with 2051 19th Alberta Dragoons RCACC. I was a part of the cadet program for 7 years, finished off as a Warrant Officer.

In November of 2006, I saw kids dressed in their uniforms during the Remembrance Day Ceremony we had at school. Seeing the uniforms and all the badges on their sleeves made it more interesting to me so I wanted to join the program.


Top Cadet in Canada is from 3016 Airdrie, AB.


My cadet experience comes full circle, in more ways than one, especially as it starts and ends in the same place.


Your Corps and the League

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The Army Cadet League of Canada, along with the Alberta branch, can assist your Corps with advertising, competitions (such as photo, small bore marksmanship, and drill), grants, bursaries, screening, and recognition of volunteers, cadets, and officers. For details about these and other available programs and services, click the read more link.


Train to be a Cadet Instructor


Officers of the Cadet Instructors Cadre (CIC) are members of the Canadian Forces Reserve whose primary duty is the supervision, administration and training of teenaged youth of the Royal Canadian Sea, Army and Air Cadets in Corps and Squadrons across Canada. Opportunities exist for summer full time employment at any of the Cadet Summer Training Centres located throughout Canada.


Book your next event at Camp Howard


Camp Howard is a rustic camp operated by The Alberta Army Cadet League, Southern Zone.

The Camp is located approximately 80 km. northwest of Cochrane, Alberta, in the Waiparous Creek Forestry Area. The land itself is owned by Her Majesty the Queen in Right of the Province of Alberta, and is administered by Alberta Sustainable Resource Development.


About this website

This website highlights the Alberta Army Cadet League Branch and provides background information on the structure and activities of the RCAC as well as contact information on all the Corps located in Alberta.

Prospective cadets and/or their parents are invited to contact the Corps in their specific location for more complete information. Corps telephone numbers, contact person, meeting location, e-mail addresses where known, have been provided.

The League may be contacted toll free at 1-866-230-2769.

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The Army Cadet League of Canada is a civilian organization which acts in partnership with the Department of National Defence and individual Corps sponsors, to provide for the Royal Canadian Army Cadets in Canada. The League has branches in each of the ten provinces and three territories.

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Need Forms?

We have over a dozen useful forms that you can download in PDF format. Everything from financial assistance forms and photo contest submission forms to scholarship applications forms and Honor cadet nomination forms. If you need the form, we have it here. Read more ...