Holiday Sale!

Having difficulty finding the perfect gift for your loved ones? Spent hours browsing the Web without finding a gift idea? Search no more! The Air Cadet League of Canada has what you need for the Holidays! We have ties, golf shirts, T-shirts, 3D crystals and decorative plates. We also have great stocking fillers such as key chains and lanyards. To find even more wonderful items, visit our online store at https://www.joedrouin.com/cat.php?l=en&nbCatID=42 .

 

Testimonial of Terence Colfer

Growing up in Dorval, QC near a major international airport enhanced my early aviation passion. To learn more I joined 592 Canadair Community Squadron in 1956.

It was a good fit. I looked forward to the meetings and, while holding down a couple of after school jobs, learned the importance of time management.

Summer camps in Clinton, Greenwood and the Senior Leaders Course at Borden were exciting but learning to fly and participating in an exchange visit to the UK were special highlights.

Lasting friendships were made as an Air Cadet. In addition to establishing personal discipline; teamwork, adaptability and leadership were stressed. Fitness was part of the learning package along with developing sound judgement.

This extraordinary Air Cadet experience was exceptionally supportive during my time in the Canadian Armed Forces and afterwards in the Foreign Service while posted at Canadian Embassies in Europe, Africa, Middle East, Australia and the USA.

My last diplomatic appointments were as Canadian Ambassador in Kuwait, Qatar and Iran.

In representing Canadian interests in numerous geopolitically volatile parts of the world, the life lessons gleaned from those early Air Cadet years were essential in supporting many critical judgement calls; particularly those as the Canadian Ambassador in tough neighbourhoods far from home.

By the way, I still love to fly airplanes/gliders and make good use of my pilot licence. Hats off to the Royal Canadian Air Cadet program!

(592 Canadair Community Squadron: 1956-1960).

Ambassador Terry Colfer; former ambassador to Kuwait, Qatar, and Iran.

Cyber Monday 2018

It’s Cyber Monday at the Air Cadet League, and for this occasion, we are happy to announce the launch of the official Air Cadet League of Canada ring. Just in time for the Holidays, this exclusive item will be the perfect gift for that special Air Cadet person in your life. Ring in the New Year with the ACL! Order NOW to receive it by Christmas.

In Memoriam: Stan Horton

It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of Stan Horton, a past Chairman and Lifetime Director of the British Columbia provincial committee. Stan had been involved with the Air Cadets since his eldest son joined in 1968. His hard work and dedication will be greatly missed. Our thoughts and prayers are with his family.

November 2018 Office Closure

Please note the National Office of the Air Cadet League of Canada will be closed Monday, November 12 and Monday, November 19.

Triple AAA Career Expo

Over 500 Cadets,officers, parents and members of the public attended the Triple AAA Career Expo held in Ottawa on October 14.  The focus was on careers, education and employment in Aviation and Aerospace and attendees were treated to 28 Exhibitor booths, special presentations throughout the day, and the chance to speak directly with industry leaders and educators about future career opportunities.  The Air Cadet League thanks the many partners, sponsors and exhibitors who made this event successful.  Stay tuned to the Air Cadet League for details on future Expo’s being planned.

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IN MEMORIAM: EARL LANTZ

It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of Earl Lantz CD, a past chairman and long serving member of the Nova Scotia provincial committee. Earl had been involved with the Air Cadets since becoming one at the age of thirteen. His hard work and dedication will be missed by the League and the committees on which he served. Our thoughts and prayers are with his family.

Work Opportunity

The Air Cadet League of Canada is hiring! We are looking for a summer student to join us as an Administrative Assistant from July to August. For more details including how to apply, please consult the following document.