The Army Cadet League of Canada, a civilian non-profit organization, commits to support the Army Cadets by working in partnership with local communities and the Canadian Forces in the development of policies and methods for achieving the aims and objectives of the Canadian Cadet Movement in general, and the Royal Canadian Army Cadets in particular.
Encourage army cadets to become better Canadians through citizenship and leadership training.
The Army Cadet League of Canada (League) was officially formed in 1971 to work with the Department of National Defence (DND) in support of army cadets and has a branch office in each of the 10 provinces and the Northern region.
The League is the supervisory sponsor for 450 cadet corps across Canada. With the aid of each branch office, the League ensures financial, accommodations and transportation support for programs and services not provided by the Department of National Defence to more than 21,000 army cadets.
Membres du Comité Répondant
|Christine Gendron||Secrétaire - Comité de préparation FTX|
|Lucie Perreault||Directrice - Comité événements spéciaux|
|Christiane Martel||Directrice - Comité communication|
|Megan Gasco||Directrice - Cantine|
- Encourage and promote interest in and support for the Royal Canadian Army Cadets.
- Facilitate and recommend the formation of army cadets corps.
- Assist in the recruitment of cadet instructors and participate in the recruitment of cadets.
- Provide and supervise local sponsors.
- Ensure that the Army Cadet Program is adventure-oriented, challenging, consistent with our aims and relevant to present society.
- Collect, receive, hold and invest funds and property from contributions, gifts, grants, subscriptions or legacies and use such funds, subject to the donor's direction, for the benefit of the Royal Canadian Army Cadets.
- Protect the overall interests of the Army Cadet League of Canada.
- Coordinate and influence effective support of Army Cadet Corps at all levels.
If you are interested in volunteering as a member of our Sponsoring Committee, you can stop by the unit and speak with the Commanding Officer and the President of the Sponsoring Committee. Volunteers assist the unit in many ways from driving cadets to activities, helping with fundraising to assisting with cooking on training weekends. All volunteers are required to go through a thorough screening process before they are able to become volunteers and interact with the cadets. Sign up here!