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  • On A Winters Night Annual Hamilton Area Cadet Ball On A Winters Night Annual Hamilton Area Cadet Ball   All Cadets are welcome to join us Saturday February 25th for a magical night at the Royal Canadian Legion, Branch 58 ...
    Posted Feb 9, 2017, 4:08 PM by 21 Army Cadets Cambridge
  • Op Polar Dave Tomorrow morning, 9 February, between 7 and 9 am, 3 of our cadets will be running one of the morning hosts from Dave FM through some cadet activities for their ...
    Posted Feb 8, 2017, 4:43 PM by 21 Army Cadets Cambridge
  • LETTER OF SUPPORT The Royal Highland Fusiliers of Canada Colonel J.A. Mcintosh, DSO, ED, Armoury 1 Valour PlaceCambridge ON N1R 3PI 1087-1 (Adjt) 6 Sept 2016Commanding Officer 21 Army ...
    Posted Jan 31, 2017, 5:37 PM by 21 Army Cadets Cambridge
  • November Forward 1085-4-2 (DCOS Strat Plans (Renewal))1.            Attached to this e-mail is the November issue of Forward, our interactive poster newsletter aimed at spreading Renewal ideas and encouraging ...
    Posted Dec 15, 2016, 7:40 PM by 21 Army Cadets Cambridge
  • 306/16 REGIONAL ARMY CADET EXPEDITION 2017 – ONTARIO TRAVERSE CENTRAL REGION CADET SUPPLEMENTARY ORDERS1085-12-1 (J35 Expd Trg O)Regional Cadet Support Unit (Central) Canadian Forces Base BordenPO Box 1000, Station MainBorden ON L0M 1C0 ...
    Posted Dec 6, 2016, 5:35 PM by 21 Army Cadets Cambridge
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On A Winters Night Annual Hamilton Area Cadet Ball

posted Feb 9, 2017, 4:08 PM by 21 Army Cadets Cambridge

On A Winters Night

Annual Hamilton Area Cadet Ball

 

All Cadets are welcome to join us Saturday February 25th for a magical night at the Royal Canadian Legion, Branch 58.  

Dress for this Ball will be mess dress, with the option of formal attire.  For more information on mess dress, please click on the link Army

Dinner and Dance is included for $25 per person or $45 per couple. Tickets are required, and will not be available at the door!!!

We have an awesome DJ coming to spin some tunes, as well as flower sales, a photo booth, and canteen.

Particulars:

Saturday February 25, 2017

Royal Canadian Legion Branch 58

1180 Barton St E, Hamilton, ON

 

Doors Open/Receiving Line: 5:00 pm

Dinner: 6:00 pm

Dance: 7:00 pm

Dress: Mess Dress, with the option of Formal Attire

Tickets: $25.00 per person /$45.00 couple

Tickets will only be available until 19 Feb 2017!!!

Click here to register and purchase tickets

Seating for this event is limited and seats are reserved on a first come, first served basis.

***Support Our Food Drive - Make a difference by bringing a non-perishable food item with you to the ball to donate to the Hamilton Food Bank.***

Terms & Conditions

**Only One Friend Per Cadet**

Please remember that this is a cadet function. This means if you shouldn't do it at your unit, you shouldn't do it here either. No alcohol, drugs or any other prohibited items in the cadet program. Also, each cadet is allowed to bring 1 guest (tickets needs to be purchased for both you and the guest), however, the guest must be 12-18 years of age, inclusive. No Exceptions. Guests must agree to abide by the same rules that cadets adhere to, including respectful behaviour and the drug and alcohol policy. The cadet bringing a guest must take full responsibility for his/her guest. Any cadets in breach of this policy will be asked to leave immediately, and the parents and Commanding Officers will be notified. All attendees must bring photo ID. Event may be rescheduled due to inclement weather. Tickets are non-refundable.

 

This event will be chaperoned by CIC Officers and screened Adult Volunteers.

150TigerSSC@gmail.com

Op Polar Dave

posted Feb 8, 2017, 4:43 PM by 21 Army Cadets Cambridge

Tomorrow morning, 9 February, between 7 and 9 am, 3 of our cadets will be running one of the morning hosts from Dave FM through some cadet activities for their morning show. In addition to the live radio show they will also be be broadcasting some of it on Facebook live. Go to the Dave Rocks page and like it to be notified when they are broadcasting www.facebook.com/1075daverocks/videos/ or listen online at http://www.1075daverocks.com/ Could be a lot of fun as the host tries out snowshoes, eating MRE's, playing bagpipes, etc

LETTER OF SUPPORT

posted Jan 31, 2017, 5:37 PM by 21 Army Cadets Cambridge

The Royal Highland Fusiliers of Canada
Colonel J.A. Mcintosh, DSO, ED, Armoury
1 Valour Place
Cambridge ON N1R 3PI

1087-1 (Adjt)
6 Sept 2016

Commanding Officer
21 Army Cadet Corp
Colonel J.A. Mcintosh, DSO, ED, Armoury
I Valour Place
Cambridge ON NlR 3P1

LETTER OF SUPPORT FOR THE
21 ARMY CADET CORP CHANGE OF DESIGNATION

1. The Royal Highland Fusiliers of Canada (RHFC) are proud to support the 21 Army Cadet Corp's change of designation to the 21 Royal Highland Fusiliers of Canada Army Cadet Corp.

2. The RHFC and 21 Army Cadet Corp have enjoyed a long and mutually supportive relationship which has benefited both units. Our units share the same Armoury and many members of the 21 Army Cadet Corp transition to the RHFC when they age out of the cadet program. It is natural that the RHFC lend their name to the 21 Army Cadet Corps.

3. The RHFC look forward to continuing our mutually supportive relationship with the 21 Royal Highland Fusiliers of Canada Army Cadet Corp.

M.T. Poland, CD
Lieutenant -Colonel
Commanding Officer
The Royal Highland Fusiliers of Canada

November Forward

posted Dec 15, 2016, 7:40 PM by 21 Army Cadets Cambridge

1085-4-2 (DCOS Strat Plans (Renewal))

1.            Attached to this e-mail is the November issue of Forward, our interactive poster newsletter aimed at spreading Renewal ideas and encouraging forward thinking in the Canadian Cadet Organizations.

2.            In this issue, you will find information about Renewal working group recommendations approved by the Cadet Program Management Board, as well as some information about new working groups. As well, you can share your thoughts on Program Growth and Sustainability, and add your ideas to our Renewal Wish List. 

3.            Forward is a linked PDF: clicking on any of the white boxes will automatically take you to more online content related to the story. Readers may need to log in to the CCO Network or the Extranet portal to see some links.

4.            This interactive version can be shared online via social media or websites. This newsletter can also be printed out and displayed at the corps, squadron or patrol location, where cadets, JCRs and adult staff and volunteers can easily see the information as printed. Find out more by scanning the QR code to access the digital (clickable) version on personal devices via the Extranet.

5.            To access Forward when scanning with a tablet or smartphone, follow these steps:

a.            scan the QR code and log in to the Extranet portal; and

 b.            if a story interests you, click the white box around it to connect.

6.            Questions, feedback and story ideas are always welcome at cadet-info@forces.gc.ca with “Newsletter” in the subject line. If you would like to download past issues of Forward, they are now available on the Extranet at https://portal-portail.cadets.gc.ca/en/renewal/Pages/Forward-Newsletter-Archive.aspx Thanks to everyone who has been sharing our newsletter and social media posts!

306/16 REGIONAL ARMY CADET EXPEDITION 2017 – ONTARIO TRAVERSE

posted Dec 6, 2016, 5:29 PM by 21 Army Cadets Cambridge   [ updated Dec 6, 2016, 5:35 PM ]

CENTRAL REGION CADET SUPPLEMENTARY ORDERS

1085-12-1 (J35 Expd Trg O)
Regional Cadet Support Unit (Central) Canadian Forces Base Borden
PO Box 1000, Station Main
Borden ON L0M 1C0
30 November 2016

306/16 REGIONAL ARMY CADET EXPEDITION 2017 – ONTARIO TRAVERSE

Reference: A. CRCI 4602, Expedition Training
B. CATO 40-01, Army Cadet Program Outline, Annex E, Expedition Activities
C. CATO 42-05, Army Cadets Advanced Trg and International Exchanges
D. CATO 16-02, Application of Cadets with Medical Conditions
E. CATO 14-18, Cadet Fitness Assessment and Incentive Program
F. CFAO 34-45, Medical Examination and Care - Cadet Instructors and Cadets
G. A-CR-CCP-951/AG-001, National Directive of Royal Canadian Army Cadets Expeditions

SITUATION

1. Central Region Army Cadet Regional Expedition Ontario Traverse 2017 (also identified as
Ontario Traverse Regional Expedition 2017) will be conducted in the National Capital Region from
10 – 19 March 2017. The expedition will involve snowshoeing, cross country skiing, winter
camping, and winter survival training.

MISSION

2. An expedition is any activity that consists of dynamic travel of no less than one day with an outdoor overnight component in duration, where there is a clear goal associated with the activity. Expeditions include expedition activities components and inherently practice the application of Star Program skills. The Ontario Traverse Regional Expedition 2017 will be designed using the following parameters:

a. six days in duration (excluding two days travel, one day of pre-training and one day post-expedition de-kit);

b. will be designed to provide a significant sense of personal accomplishment. Cadets must be reasonably capable of meeting the challenge presented to them based on past experience and training;

c. will utilize an experiential approach to learning comprised of a minimum of 75 percent adventure-based activities at an intermediate to advanced level of intensity. The remaining time will be allocated to new skill development training;

d. will allow cadets to utilize skills that have previously been taught and practiced; and e. will represent a level of challenge and adventure that exceeds that available at the expedition centre level.

EXECUTION

3. Regional Cadet Support Unit Central (RCSU Central) will select individual cadets in accordance with (IAW) the specified references and detail areas of responsibility for the administrative and logistical arrangements for the conduct of the expedition. The application process and associated deadlines are detailed at Annex A of this order.

4. Gold Star qualified cadets who wish to be considered for one of the fourteen cadet positions, must meet the following selection criteria:

a. be Gold Star Qualified by 31 July 2016 with NSE or provincial NSE ranking;

b. be a minimum 15 years of age by 10 March 2017;

c. have successfully completed a Silver and a Gold Star expedition training weekend;

d. have attained at minimum the bronze incentive level of the Cadet Fitness Assessment Incentive Program (CFAIP) qualified not earlier than 1 September 2016 (priority will be given to cadets who have achieved a higher incentive level);

e. be medically fit IAW CATO 16-02 and have no medical restrictions (failure to declare a medical restriction is considered a breach of trust which could lead to injury and/or return to unit at parent/guardian’s expense);

f. possess an exemplary record of cadet service and have demonstrated a high level of personal discipline;

g. have the informed consent of their parent/guardian; and

h. be recommended by their corps’ Commanding Officer (CO).

5. All cadets must be pre-screened by their cadet corps to ensure that they are able to meet the bronze incentive level of the CFAIP. This standard is required to ensure that participants can meet the physical challenges of this expedition without compromising the safety of themselves or others.

All participants will be tested upon arrival in Ottawa, ON - any individual who arrives unable to meet the physical requirements will be immediately Returned to Unit (RTU).

TRANSPORT

6. Cadet transportation to and from the assembly point will be coordinated by area detachments
IAW the timelines and deadlines indicated in reference A.

7. Cadets must report into the assembly point, 5 Brouillette Rd, Connaught Range and Primary
Training Centre (CRPTC), Nepean, ON on 10 March 2017 no earlier than 1500 hrs and no later than
1600 hrs.

8. Cadets will depart for home from the assembly point, 5 Brouillette Rd, CRPTC, Nepean, ON
on 19 March 2017 no earlier than 0900 hrs.

9. All cadet transportation details, including the contact information for the escort officer, must be forwarded to the cadet corps CO and the J35 Expd Trg O NLT 27 February 2017.

10. When selecting escorts preference should be given to officers of the rank lieutenant and below, a Captain shall only be selected if all other options are exhausted.

11. Expedition staff transportation will be coordinated by the RCSU Central J4 section.

12. Expedition staff will report to 5 Brouillette Rd, CRPTC, Nepean, ON on 8 March 2017 between 1900hrs and 2100hrs.

13. The expedition team leaders (Expd TLs) and the expedition logistics officer (Expd Log O)
will return home on 19 March 2017 and the expedition officer in charge (Expd OIC) will return home
on 20 March 2017.

FINANCE

14. RCSU Central J8 section will be responsible for preparing and processing pay and travel claim documents for selected expedition staff.

15. Authorization for TD for expedition staff will be IAW this order and the spreadsheet developed by the J35 Expd Trg O which will detail personalized travel times and dates, method of travel and approved meals.

16. Certified pursuant to subsection 32(1) of the Financial Administration Act (FAA), sufficient funds have been committed and funds may be expended to complete planning and execution of the Northern Extreme Regional Expedition.

17. The financial coding for this activity is detailed in Annex B.

COMMAND AND SIGNALS

9. OPI :
J35 Expd Trg O
Regional Cadet Support Unit Central
Canadian Forces Base Borden
PO Box 1000, Station Main
Borden ON L0M 1C0

Original Signed By

R.A. Evans Lieutenant-Colonel Commanding Officer
Regional Cadet Support Unit (Central)

ANNEXES

Annex A - Application Process and Deadlines
Annex B - Financial Codes

Annex A CRCSO 306/16

Application Process and Deadlines

1. The following chart details the process and deadlines associated with cadet applicants:

Task

OPI

Date

Enter, recommend, prioritize and submit for recommendation, in

FORTRESS using the Summer Training and Activities by

Selection module (Serial 17 NERACE), cadet applications to the

detachment.

Corps

16 January

2017

Complete and forward cover letter, completed IAW reference A, to J35 Expd Trg O.

Cadet / Corps

16 January

2017

Recommend, prioritize and submit, in FORTRESS using the Summer Training and Activities by Selection module, cadet applications for selection to RCSU Central.

Detachment

17 January

2017

Create a priority list of all eligible cadets based on scoring matrix found in reference A.

J35 Expd Trg

O

20 January

2017

Select, place on stand-by, or refuse cadet applications, in

FORTRESS using the Summer Training and Activities by

Selection module, based on priority list created from scoring

matrix found in reference A.

J35 Expd Trg

O

20 January

2017

Publish selection decisions, in FORTRESS using the Summer Training and Activities by Selection module, to the applicable cadet corps.

J35 Expd Trg

O

20 January

2017

Confirm cadet selections in FORTRESS using the Summer

Training and Activities by Selection module.

Corps

27 January

2017

A-1/1

Annex B CRCSO 306/16

Financial Codes

Cost

Centre

Fund

IO

Commitment

Number

Line

Purpose

GL

3445AA

C120

215673

A17673A001

1

Passenger carrying vehicles

5801

3445AA

C120

215673

A17673A001

2

Cargo carrying vehicles

5802

3445AA

C120

215673

A17673A001

3

Diesel fuel – other

7215

3445AA

C120

215673

A17673A001

4

Gasoline

7217

3445AA

C120

215673

A17673A001

5

Mil travel – internal

governance & management

2106

3445AA

C120

215673

A17673A001

6

Food purchase - miscellaneous

7404

3445AA

C120

215673

A17673A001

7

Cadet travel

2136

3445AA

C120

215673

A17673A001

8

Portable / Chemical Toilets

7100

3445AA

C120

215673

A17673A001

9

Quarters – On base

5201

3445AA

C120

215673

A17673A001

10

Rations – On base

12401

B-1/1

303/16 REGIONAL ARMY CADET EXPEDITION 2017 – NORTHERN EXTREME

posted Nov 22, 2016, 5:41 PM by 21 Army Cadets Cambridge

CENTRAL REGION CADET SUPPLEMENTARY ORDERS

1085-12-1 (J35 Expd Trg O)

Regional Cadet Support Unit (Central)
Canadian Forces Base Borden
PO Box 1000, Station Main
Borden ON L0M 1C0

4 November 2016

303/16 REGIONAL ARMY CADET EXPEDITION 2017 – NORTHERN EXTREME
Reference: A. CRCI 4602, Expedition Training
B. CATO 40-01, Army Cadet Program Outline, Annex E, Expedition Activities
C. CATO 42-05, Army Cadets Advanced Trg and International Exchanges
D. CATO 16-02, Application of Cadets with Medical Conditions
E. CATO 14-18, Cadet Fitness Assessment and Incentive Program
F. CFAO 34-45, Medical Examination and Care - Cadet Instructors and Cadets
G. A-CR-CCP-951/AG-001, National Directive of Royal Canadian Army Cadets Expeditions

SITUATION

1. Central Region Army Cadet Regional Expedition Northern Extreme 2017 (also identified as
Northern Extreme Regional Expedition 2017) will be conducted in Northern Ontario from
16 – 26 February 2017. The expedition will involve snowshoeing, cross country skiing, dogsledding,
winter camping, and winter survival training.

MISSION

2. An expedition is any activity that consists of dynamic travel of no less than one (1) day with
an outdoor overnight component in duration, where there is a clear goal associated with the activity.
Expeditions include expedition activities components and inherently practice the application of Star
Program skills. The Northern Extreme Regional Expedition 2017 will be designed using the
following parameters:
a. seven days in duration (excluding two days travel, one day of pre-training and one
day post-expedition de-kit);
b. will be designed to provide a significant sense of personal accomplishment. Cadets
must be reasonably capable of meeting the challenge presented to them based on past
experience and training;
c. will utilize an experiential approach to learning comprised of a minimum of 75
percent adventure-based activities at an intermediate to advanced level of intensity.
The remaining time will be allocated to new skill development training;
d. will allow cadets to utilize skills that have previously been taught and practiced; and
e. will represent a level of challenge and adventure that exceeds that available at the
expedition centre level.

EXECUTION

3. Regional Cadet Support Unit Central (RCSU Central) will select individual cadets and staff
in accordance with (IAW) the specified references and detail areas of responsibility for the
administrative and logistical arrangements for the conduct of the expedition. The application process
and associated deadlines are detailed at Annex A of this order.
4. Gold Star qualified cadets who wish to be considered for one of the seventeen cadet
positions, must meet the following selection criteria:
a. be Gold Star Qualified by 31 July 2016 with NSE or provincial NSE ranking;
b. be a minimum 15 years of age by 16 February 2017;
c. have successfully completed a Silver and a Gold Star expedition training weekend;
d. have attained at minimum the bronze incentive level of the Cadet Fitness Assessment
Incentive Program (CFAIP) qualified not earlier than 1 September 2016 (priority will
be given to cadets who have achieved a higher incentive level);
e. be medically fit IAW CATO 16-02 and have no medical restrictions (failure to
declare a medical restriction is considered a breach of trust which could lead to injury
and/or return to unit at parent/guardian’s expense);
f. possess an exemplary record of cadet service and have demonstrated a high level of
personal discipline;
g. have the informed consent of their parent/guardian; and
h. be recommended by their corps’ Commanding Officer (CO).
5. All cadets must be pre-screened by their cadet corps to ensure that they are able to meet the
bronze incentive level of the CFAIP. This standard is required to ensure that participants can meet the
physical challenges of this expedition without compromising the safety of themselves or others. All
participants will be tested upon arrival in Borden, ON. Any individual who arrives unable to meet the
medical or physical requirements will be immediately Returned to Unit (RTU).
6. Army CIC officers who wish to be considered for one of the five expedition staff positions,
must meet the following selection criteria:
a. hold the minimum rank of Second Lieutenant (Expedition Officer In Charge (Expd
OIC) will be a Captain);
b. be MOS ID 000232-02;
c. possess previous experience in adventure-based activities and/or expeditions;
d. be medically fit IAW CFAO 34-45, Medical Examinations And Care -Cadet
Instructors And Cadets, and have no medical restrictions;
e. be physically fit and capable of participating in all aspects of the expedition. It is
recommended that officers be able to attain, at minimum, the Bronze Level (16-yearold)
of the CFAIP;
f. have attempted and preferably passed the CAF FORCE test in the past 12 months;
g. possess at minimum a valid St. John Ambulance, or equivalent, Standard First Aid
Qualification with Level A CPR (preference will be given to officers possessing a
Wilderness First Aid (WFA) qualification);
h. be available for employment during the period of 15 – 26 February 2017;
i. be on strength in an established position or holding list and actively participating in
the Cadet Organization; and
j. be recommended by their corps’ CO or detachment Army Area Cadet Officer (Army
ACO).

TRANSPORT

7. Cadet transportation to and from the assembly point will be coordinated by area detachments
IAW the timelines and deadlines indicated in reference A.
8. Cadets must report to the assembly point, 7 Hangar, CFB Borden, ON on 16 February 2017
no earlier than 1300hrs and no later than 1400hrs.
9. Cadets will depart for home from the assembly point, Building 88, Blackdown CTC, CFB
Borden, ON on 26 February 2017 no earlier than 0900hrs.
10. All cadet transportation details, including the contact information for the escort officer, must
be forwarded to the cadet corps CO and the J35 Expd Trg O NLT 3 February 2017.
11. When selecting escorts preference should be given to officers of the rank lieutenant and
below, a Captain shall only be selected if all other options are exhausted.
12. Expedition staff transportation will be coordinated by the RCSU Central J4 section.
13. Expedition staff will report to CFB Borden, ON on 14 February 2017 between 1900hrs and
2100hrs.
14. The expedition team leaders (Expd TLs) and expedition logistics officer (Expd Log O) will
return home on 26 February 2017 and the expedition officer in charge (Expd OIC) will return home
on 27 February 2017.
14. The expedition team leaders (Expd TLs) and expedition logistics officer (Expd Log 0) will
return home on 26 February 2017 and the expedition officer in charge (Expd OIC) will return home
on 27 February 2017.

FINANCE

15. RCSU Central J8 section will be responsible for preparing and processing pay and travel
claim documents for selected expedition staff.
16. Authorization for TD for expedition staff will be IA W this order and the spreadsheet
developed by the 135 Expd Trg 0 which will detail personalized travel times and dates, method of
travel and approved meals.
17. Certified pursuant to subsection 32(1) of the Financial Administration Act (FAA), sufficient
funds have been committed and funds may be expended to complete planning and execution of the
Northern Extreme Regional Expedition.
18. The financial coding for this activity is detailed in Annex B.

COMMAND AND SIGNALS

9. OPI: 135 Expd Trg 0
Regional Cadet Support Unit Central
Canadian Forces Base Borden
PO Box 1000, Station Main
or en ON LOM lCO

ANNEXES
Annex A - Application Process and Deadlines
Annex B - Financial Codes
414
Annex A
CRCSO 303/16
A-1/2
Application Process and Deadlines
1. The following chart details the process and deadlines associated with cadet applicants:
Task OPI Date
Enter, recommend, prioritize and submit for recommendation, in
FORTRESS using the Summer Training and Activities by Selection
module (serial 17 NERACE), cadet applications to the detachment.
Corps 2 December
2016
Complete and forward cover letter, completed IAW reference A, to
J35 Expd Trg O. Cadet / Corps 2 December
2016
Recommend, prioritize and submit, in FORTRESS using the
Summer Training and Activities by Selection module, cadet
applications for selection to RCSU Central.
Detachment 9 December
2016
Create a priority list of all eligible cadets based on scoring matrix
found in reference A. J35 Expd Trg O 12 December
2016
Select, place on stand-by, or refuse cadet applications, in
FORTRESS using the Summer Training and Activities by Selection
module, based on priority list created from scoring matrix found in
reference A.
J35 Expd Trg O 16 December
2016
Publish selection decisions, in FORTRESS using the Summer
Training and Activities by Selection module, to the applicable cadet
corps.
J35 Expd Trg O 16 December
2016
Confirm cadet selections in FORTRESS using the Summer Training
and Activities by Selection module. Corps 9 Jan 2017
Annex A
CRCSO 303/16
A-2/2
2. The following chart details the process and deadlines associated with CIC officers who
wish to be considered to fill expedition staff positions:
Task OPI Date
Complete and forward for recommendation, to supervising officer,
the Staff Employment Request for Exchanges, Para and Expeditions
Form.
CIC Officer 2 December
2016
Forward cover letter, completed IAW reference E, to
J35 Expd Trg O. CIC Officer 2 December
2016
Review, recommend, and forward CIC officer applications to the
J35 Expd Trg O.
Corps or
Detachment
9 December
2016
Review, select and receive approval to hire CIC officer applicants to
fill expedition staff positions. J35 Expd Trg O 12 December
2016
Inform corps, detachment and CIC officer of selection to fill
expedition staff position. J35 Expd Trg O 12 December
2016
Confirm acceptance of position to fill expedition staff position. CIC Officer 16 December
2016
Inform J35 Expd Trg O if there is a change in availability. CIC Officer As required
Annex B
CRCSO 303/16
B-1/1
Financial Codes
Cost
Centre Fund IO
Commitment
Number Line Purpose GL
3445AA C120 215673 A17673A001 1 Passenger carrying vehicles 5801
2 Cargo carrying vehicles 5802
3 Diesel fuel – other 7215
4 Gasoline 7217
5 Mil travel – internal governance
& management 2106
6 Food purchase - miscellaneous 7404
7 Cadet travel 2136
8 Portable / Chemical Toilets 7100
9 Quarters – On base 5201
10 Rations – On base 12401

Changes to Cadet Medals Order of Precedence

posted Oct 6, 2016, 4:53 PM by 21 Army Cadets Cambridge

With the introduction of the Order of St. George, there was a requirement to update the Order of Precedence for Cadet medals and decorations as outlined in reference.  Attached, please find the updated order of precedence that has been approved by all stakeholders and is to be given widest distribution throughout your respective organizations.

Order of Precedence / ordre de préséance

1.     Cadet Award for Bravery / Médaille de bravoure pour cadets;

 2.    Lord Strathcona Medal / Médaille de Lord Strathcona;

 3.     Royal Canadian Legion Cadet Medal of Excellence / Médaille d’excellence des cadets la Légion royale canadienne;

 4.     Navy League of Canada Medal of Excellence / Médaille d’excellence de la Ligue navale du Canada;

 5.     The Major-General W.A. Howard Award / la distinction honorifique du major-général W. A. Howard;

 6.     Air Force Association Medal / Médaille de l’Association des forces aériennes;

 7.     Army, Navy, and Air Force Veterans in Canada Cadet Medal of Merit / Médaille du mérite des cadets des Anciens combattants de l’Armée, de la Marine et des Forces aériennes au Canada;

 8.     The Order of St. George Medal / Médaille de l’Ordre de Saint-Georges;

 9.     Sea Cadet Service Medal / Médaille de service des cadets de la Marine;

 10.  Army Cadet Service Medal / Médaille de service des cadets de l’Armée; and

 11.  Air Cadet Service Medal / Médaille de service des cadets de l’Air.



Apply to become a member of the Prime Minister’s Youth Council

posted Jul 25, 2016, 3:54 PM by 21 Army Cadets Cambridge

Related Links

Prime Minister’s Youth Council

Article / July 21, 2016

Are you between the ages of 16 and 24? Do you want to engage with the Prime Minister and other young people from across the country to shape Canada?

The Rt. Hon. Justin Trudeau, Canada’s Minister of Youth, has launched the very first Prime Minister’s Youth Council. Approximately 30 youth from all across Canada will meet directly with the Prime Minister to provide non-partisan advice on national issues such as employment, access to education, building stronger communities, climate and clean growth, and many others.

Now is your chance to have your voice heard! If you want the Prime Minister to listen to what you have to say on any or all of these issues, apply to become a member of the Prime Minister’s Youth Council today. The Prime Minister is looking for youth who have been engaged in their communities as well as those who have not yet had the opportunity to do so, representing the diversity of Canada. Because we recognize that everyone’s perspective is unique and valuable, every young person who puts him or herself forward will be considered.

 It only takes 30 minutes of your time to have a chance at representing Canadian youth from coast to coast to coast. Don’t miss out, apply now!

Through the same application or through the “Stay Connected” link, you can also sign up for additional opportunities to engage with the Government of Canada on a variety of issues, even if you are not applying for the Prime Minister’s Youth Council at this time.

Head to canada.ca/youth to learn more and submit your application.

301/16 REGIONAL ARMY CADET EXPEDITION 2016 - MADWASKA

posted Jun 7, 2016, 12:21 PM by 21 Army Cadets Cambridge

Good morning,
 
The CRCSOs for the summer (Madawaska) and fall (Trillium) regional expeditions have been published and posted on the file repository.  I have also attached a copy here for your reference.
 
Please note the following deadlines for cadets:
 
  • Cadet applications must be submitted in Fortress NLT 17 Jun 16
  • Cadets must submit a cover letter (they only need to submit one cover letter – even if they are applying for both expeditions) to me NLT 17 Jun 16
  • Selections will be announced NLT 27 Jun 16
  • Corps must confirm cadet acceptance NLT 4 Jul 16

302/16 REGIONAL ARMY CADET EXPEDITION 2016 - TRILLIUM

posted Jun 7, 2016, 12:18 PM by 21 Army Cadets Cambridge

The CRCSOs for the summer (Madawaska) and fall (Trillium) regional expeditions have been published and posted on the file repository.  I have also attached a copy here for your reference.
 
Please note the following deadlines for cadets:
 
  • Cadet applications must be submitted in Fortress NLT 17 Jun 16
  • Cadets must submit a cover letter (they only need to submit one cover letter – even if they are applying for both expeditions) to me NLT 17 Jun 16
  • Selections will be announced NLT 27 Jun 16
  • Corps must confirm cadet acceptance NLT 4 Jul 16

Click on the attached pdf to read the full description

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