- Introduction: The Army Cadet Movement has been developed to promote leadership, citizenship and physical fitness for youth from the ages of 12-18 years old. The program is provided for free that includes: uniforms, training, weekend camping trips, excursions during the year as part of the training plan, and free summer provincial, national and international courses.
- When and Where: The Cadet Corp, referred to as the ‘2715 Royal Canadian Army Cadet Corp’ (2715 RCACC for short) meets from September to June each year on Wednesday nights, from 6:00 p.m. to 9 p.m. at the Royal Canadian Legion (RCL) Branch 594 located at: 5030 Howard Avenue – across from the Heavenly Rest Cemetery.
- Sponsorship: 2715 RCACC is proudly sponsored by Royal Canadian Legion Branch 594. They provide office and training space for the cadets of this fine youth organization. They also provide some funding every year. The Cadets directly provide support to the Legion in raising funds to support Veterans and other activities sponsored by RCL Branch 594.
- Affliated Unit: Every Army Cadet Corps across the country is affiliated with a military unit. 2715 RCACC is proud to be affiliated with one of the oldest and most prestigious Infantry Reserve Units in Canada, The Essex and Kent Scottish.
- How do I join: If you are from the age of 12-18 years old, you can attend RCL Branch 594 on Wednesday nights between September and June with a parent or guardian to view the training and ask questions.
- Contact Info: Anyone that would like more information can call or text our Administration Officer, Candice Fader, 2715 RCACC
Click Here to view more on the Cadet program.