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Band

Description: The band cadets learn music theory and participate in the squadron band. Interested cadets without a music background can still join the band as some instruction and instruments are provided. The band attends the regional competitions and band cadets may also attend band courses in the summer. The band can be heard at the …

Biathlon

Description: Biathlon is a combination of cross-country skiing (winter Biathlon) or running (summer Biathlon) and marksmanship. It requires tremendous endurance and strength as well as skill and precision. A seemingly unlikely combination of events – one being an aerobic activity which requires strength, speed and stamina; the other being a passive activity which requires concentration …

Colour Party

Description: There will be a Color Party try outs after Remembrance Day as requested by the CO.  Up to then there will also be Colour Party practice try outs every 2 weeks for cadets to come and learn the drill required to be on the Colour party. Officer in Charge: 2Lt Murray, CV Steeves Practice: …

Drill Team

Description: The Drill Team is a group of cadets that practice precision drill movements for the purpose of display and competition. The team spends many hours developing and practicing these elaborate drill movements and may compete in the regional or provincial drill competitions. The team also demonstrates their skill at Annual Ceremonial Review. Additional Information: …

Effective Speaking

Description: Any cadet, from any level, may participate! Use your voice, gestures and presence to be effective at speaking in public. Increase your confidence to communicate in every day situations such as:       Networking and meeting new people;       Pilot scholarship panel interviews;       Job interviews;       Interpersonal skills – winning people over to …

First Aid

Description: Cadets will learn how to treat injuries and attend to someone injured. There is a Junior first aid team and a Senior first aid team.  Junior team members are under 16 years of age and Senior team members are over 16 years of age. Both teams are made up of 4 members plus 2 spares  …

Ground School

Description: As of this year a new National On-Line Ground school for the Glider Pilot Training Course and the Power Pilot Training Course is being run.  Cadets must be eligible (see Annex A to CJCR Group Order 8060-7 – Air Cadets National Summer Training Course Selection Process) and intending to apply for Glider or Power this year in …

Marksmanship

Description: The Marksmanship/Range Team practices under the supervision of a Range Safety officer. Cadets that are level 2 and up can attend range for fun, but may also participate as members of the range team which may enter regional or provincial competitions. Rifle types include both 22 caliber and air rifles. The 2 range teams …