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The Royal Canadian Army Cadet Corps #1922, Royal Westminster Regiment, parade every Wednesday night from 6:30 PM to 9:00 PM, and the occasional weekend.  Cadets runs from September through June each year. It costs NOTHING to join and NOTHING to participate. 

 

The program is funded in two ways.

  1. The Federal Government provides the two different uniforms as well as the training facility.

  2. The Parents Advisory Committee (PAC) fundraise throughout the year to pay for the activities.  Cadets are required to participate in several fundraising activities throughout the year, such as bottle drives and tag days.
     

We are located on the Canadian Forces Detachment Aldergrove (3900 – 272nd Street).   Tell the Commissionaire at the gate that you are there for Army Cadets, sign in and come into the gymnasium (large building next to the main gate).
 

New Cadets are accepted throughout the cadet training year.
 

All you need to do is show up and fill in a cadet application.  Or, to speed things up, you can download and fill in the cadet application form (below).  Bring it in along with your CARE CARD and BIRTH CERTIFICATE on any Wednesday evening from 6:30 pm to 9:00 pm to:
 

Royal Canadian Army Cadet Corps #1922
The Royal Westminster Regiment
3900 – 272 Street
Aldergrove, BC

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About Our Cadet Corps

Army Cadets is a youth program sponsored in part through the Government of Canada, Department of National Defence, to promote youth involvement within the community. Army Cadets is free to join and all uniforms and equipment are provided. There is no cost to the cadets for anything. Cadets are required to participate in occasional fundraising activities throughout the year.

Recent Updates

On June 7th, 2017, Captain Simon Turner assumed command of the 1922 Royal Westminster Regiment Army Cadets. Captain Turner has 7 years of experience with the Army Cadet Program. Prior to Army Cadets, Captain Turner was a volunteer officer with the Navy League of Canada, where he obtained the rank of Lieutenant (NL) and assumed roles as Executive Officer and Commanding Officer.

 

Captain Turner also spent five years with the Canadian Armed Forces serving as an infantryman with the Princess Mary's Canadian Scottish Regiment, "B" Company, based out of Nanaimo, BC. Captain Turner also went through the cadet program as a cadet from the age of 10, until ageing out at 19.

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