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ACLC BC

Link: Army Cadet League of Canada (BC)

In British Columbia, the Army Cadet League of Canada, British Columbia Branch, a civilian volunteer organization, works in partnership with Regional Cadet Support Unit (Pacific), formerly Pacific Region Cadets, to administer to the 50 Army cadet corps throughout the province.

Army Cadet League of Canada (ON)

Link: Army Cadet League of Canada (ON)

The largest branch, in charge of 111 individual cadet corps. Based out of Toronto, the Ontario branch oversees the interests of the ACLC, and works with corps and local communities to help support the Army Cadets. For the corps, the Ontario branch provides funds, training for adult volunteers and staff, insurance and financial services, awards and medals for cadets, volunteer screening and registration, and conflict resolution.

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Link: National ACLC

The Army Cadet League of Canada is the civilian non-profit authority governing the Royal Canadian Army Cadets. This is done as a partnership with the Canadian Forces, which also funds the Royal Canadian Air, Army and Sea Cadets, as well as the Junior Canadian Rangers (all related youth programs). The Army Cadet League finances and supports each corps through 11 provincial and territorial branches, and then to the support committees of the individual corps.

Link: Rocky Mountain National Army Cadet Summer Training Centre (RMNACSTC)

Rocky Mountain National Army Cadet Summer Training Centre (RMNACSTC) was completed in the summer of 1999 with the intent purpose of replacing Banff NACSTC, which had been operated by the Cadet Program since 1948. Located 48 km northwest of Cochrane, Alberta, Rocky Mountain NACSTC is the site of the former Ghost Ranger Station run by the Alberta Forest Services until the fall of 1996. It is now home to almost 200 cadets from across Canada, and the United Kingdom.

Link: DCRA

The Dominion of Canada Rifle Association was founded in 1868 and incorporated by an Act of Parliament 63-64 Victoria Chapter 99, assented to July 7, 1890, to promote and encourage the training of marksmanship throughout Canada. The passage of this Act was prompted by the imminent departure of the British Garrisons, who had all left by 1871, and by the then recent experience of the Fenian Raids which had occurred in 1866 against Canadian territory.

Link: The Royal Canadian Legion (Our Major Sponsor)

The Royal Canadian Legion is a non-profit, dues-supported, fraternal organization with approximately 1,500 branches in Canada, the United States, Germany and The Netherlands. The Legion receives no financial assistance from any outside agency and membership is open to all Canadian citizens and Commonwealth subjects who subscribe to the purposes and objects of the organization.

Link: Duke of Edinburgh Award Program

The Duke of Edinburgh's Award is a self directed development programme for young Canadians age 14 to 25. The Award Programme is filled with activities that you can do in your spare time. There are three award levels to achieve; Bronze, Silver and Gold. Achieving an award is as easy as setting and achieving your personal goals in the four areas of the programme: Community Service, Skills, Physical Recreation and Adventurous Journey.

Link: British Cadets

The Army Cadet Force (ACF) is one of the UK's oldest, largest and most successful youth organisations. It has a long and proud history of preparing youngsters for all walks of life and encouraging an active involvement in local communities. The ACF has 44,000 cadets in over 1700 Cadet Centres spread across the UK. The ACF is administered by a small team of permanent staff based in each county whilst the training and running of its extensive programme of activities is run by 8000 cadet force adult volunteers.

Link: St. John Ambulance

St. John Ambulance volunteers provide first aid, first aid training, and emergency response support, as well as improve the quality of life for people confined to a health care facility through their Therapy Dog visitation program. Their volunteers contribute millions of hours to Canadian communities each year.

Link: Australian Cadets

The Australian Army Cadets is a personal development program for young people, conducted by the Australian Army in cooperation with the community that is designed to benefit the Nation, by developing the individual, their community and the Australian Army.

Photo Galleries

Link: Cadets of the Canadian Prairies Photo Site

Several galleries containing hundreds of photos showing cadet events and activities.

Other Links of Interest

Link: Cadet Instructors Cadre (CIC)

Join the Cadet Instructors Cadre today and become part of the youth leaders of tomorrow.

Link: Cadets Canada

Canadian National Defence website for Cadets Canada.

Link: Cadets History

The history of Royal Canadian Army Cadets from 1862 to 2007.

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Useful Resources

Link: Neathway Medal Mounting

Provider of medal mounting and cleaning services. Ribbons (regular and minature), court and swing mounting, cleaning and clear coating of medals, and shadow boxes.

Link: Andrei Master Tailors

As one of Canada’s premier tailor shops, Andrei Master Tailors has acquired a remarkable reputation for its quality garments and excellent service.