Squadron Standing Announcements Page

1.  Cadet 365 Accounts & Cyber Awareness course

All Existing Cadets were emailed their Cadet365 account login credentials. Cadets need to complete their Cadet 365 onboarding and their Cyber Awareness Course as it is OVERDUE! See Cadet Cyber Awareness Course for more information. In cases where a Cadet fails to self-reset their Cadet365 password using the Microsoft Password Reset option, Service Desk staff have to be involved to force reset the Cadet’s password. The new password is emailed to the squadron generic mailbox.  Step by step procedure to complete the initial onboarding and FAQ for cadets are also available on Canada.ca. The most up to date information regarding the onboarding progress will always be www.canada.ca/cadet-365.

  • UPDATED The following list of Cadets have NOT completed the Cyber Awareness Course and/or logged into Cadet365:

All other Cadets have completed their login and Cyber Awareness course

a. AC Adamyk

b. Sgt Antica

c. FSgt Baadarani

d. Cpl Christou  

e. Cpl Clunn

f.  AC Feng

g. Cpl Fong

h. AC Grimm

i. AC Hamadah

j. AC Han

k.  FSgt Hodgson

l. LAC Jankowski

m. LAC Kishore

n. AC Landrup

o. AC Liu

p. AC Lo

q. AC Lombardi

r. FSgt Ndiom

s. AC Nichols

t. Cpl Nogo

u. AC O’Driscoll

v. LAC Pirtea

w. Sgt Prest

x. FCpl Saunders

y. Cpl Silver

z. Cpl Song

aa.  LAC Sosnowski, J

ab.  LAC Sturch

ac. AC Wang

ad. LAC Wagar

ad. AC Yang

ae. FSgt Zeng and 

af. Cpl Zou

2. CF One Card

The CFOne Card offers rewards, discounts and services to all members of the Canadian Armed Forces Community. Don’t have a CFOne Card? Register here.

3. Duke of Edinburgh

Change to the Duke of Edinburgh program – The Duke of Edinburgh’s International Award Program is no longer supported by the Cadet organization. For cadets to participate in the Award now, they must belong to a licensed Award Centre with dedicated resources, and pay its associated fees. Cadets interested in participating in the program are welcome to use the experience gained through participation in the Cadet Program activities toward personal achievement of their Award, where it meets Award requirements. Cadet officers (Capt Taylor and OCdt Binion) can still provide guidance and assistance. See the following for more information: Canadian Cadet General Order (CANCDTGEN) 019/23

4. Sqn Helpful Links

Please join and follow the Squadron’s Facebook and Instagram pages as that is the easiest way for us to post changes quickly. Here is where you can find all our information: 

5. For Cadets that have Epi-pens, please contact Lt Piddocke at 583air@cadets.gc.ca as we need to know who and how many Cadets there are in the Squadron that carry them.

6. Ongoing Fundraising

Mabels Labels: For all your labelling needs.  Put your Initial and Family Name on everything that your bring to the Squadron.

Return It: Put your bottles/cans into a clear plastic bag and secure – No sorting required.

Go to a Depot (listed below): Print 1 tag per bag by entering 604-463-9388​ at the kiosk and leave the bag at the Depot.

  • Pitt Meadows – 19090 Lougheed Hwy (Behind Save On Foods)
  • Maple Ridge – 20475 Lougheed Hwy
  • Haney – 22935 Lougheed Hwy

7. Mental Health & Awareness Resources

Kids Help Website 

Phone:  1-800-668-6868 | Text: “CAFKIDS”  to 686868

CFMAP (Canadian Forces Member Assistance Program)

Phone: 1-800-268-7708 | Family info Line: 1-800-866-4546

8. Continuous recruiting.

As always, we accept new cadets into the #583family continually all year, as soon as they reach the age of 12 (in fact we had 3 more in process last week!). If you know anyone interested, please have them go to the Squadron Web page under the “Join Us” tab to:

How To Join – 583 Coronation Squadron (583aircadets.ca)

9. Excuse Request

If you’re ill, Request to be Excused. If you aren’t feeling well, please stay home and fill out the Request to be Excused form on the website. This is the link: Request to be Excused Form (google.com) This is the same form to complete whether you have to miss a Mandatory or Optional Activity.

10. Uniform issues

If you ever have a major issue with your uniform (e.g., your pants just don’t fit anymore) it is always acceptable to wear your other uniform while you return the uniform parts that are unwearable for exchange. If you have no serviceable uniform, you may also wear a white shirt with collar, black pants with black belt and black shoes (or as close as you can get).