What is Air Cadets
Royal Canadian Air Cadets participate in a variety of fun and challenging activities. There is something for everyone – no matter what their personal interests may be. The outdoor enthusiast will appreciate learning survival skills for flight crew. The athlete will appreciate physical education and recreation, including a variety of sporting activities like biathlon and Olympic-style marksmanship. The artists will find their niche in the music program.
The curious will appreciate the hands-on activities such
as building model aircraft. The scholarly will appreciate an introduction to the various tools and technologies linked to aviation. The dreamers will appreciate the evolution of technology and the advancements of the aerospace era, including the importance of Canadian
Select top senior cadets may even earn the chance to represent Canada on the world stage by participating in an international exchange.
Most importantly, Air Cadets aids in developing knowledge of Canadian history and democracy. The cadet program focuses on social development, decision-making and leadership. As cadets acquire skills and knowledge, they pass it along to younger
Every cadet will have the chance to participate in flight
activities, and some top senior cadets may even earn a chance to achieve their private pilot’s licence. Whether
earning a glider pilot licence or power pilot licence, these cadets wear their wings with a pride rarely found
in today’s youth.
Who Can Join
All Youth between the ages of 12 to 18 years old that have an interest in the Air Cadet Organization with parental permission.
How to Join
The First and most important step would be to come and visit our Squadron on a training night to come and see what we are all about and if we are a good fit for you. In coming for a visit you will learn about the cadet organization, the opportunities that are available to all our cadets, and all about our history rich squadron.
There are a few documents that you will need to bring with you for registration, don't worry these documents are common documents for everyone. Please make sure you bring your parents or guardians with you as
we will need their signature on the paperwork.
Proof Of Age
a valid Canadian passport; a birth certificate issued by the Canadian government which authorizes the
person to reside in Canada for an extended period or time; any card, visa or permit (work, study, resident, etc.) (with photo) issued by the Canadian Government which legally authorizes the person to reside in Canada for an extended period of time; any identification card (with or without photo) issued by a Canadian provincial, territorial or federal government agency. No certificates of live birth please.
Proof of health insurance:
Provincial or Territorial health insurance card or
private insurance card, ie: (Blue Cross)