July 8, 2010 – Keith Mann of the Air Cadet League of Canada presents the HME 110 Pilot Headset on behalf of Sennheiser to WOII Lee Fish from 878 Banff/Canmore Squadron.
8 juillet 2010 – Sam Barone, président et chef de direction de l’ACAA fait la présentation de la récompense de formation au pilotage de l’ACAA à Adjll Lee Fish 878 Banff / Canmore Escadron.
The Air Cadet League of Canada is pleased to announce the award winners for the Birchall and the Dale Scholarships. Please select the link below to view the announcement.
The Air Cadet League of Canada would like to thank the following sponsors of the 2010 Effective Speaking Competition:
– RCMP Academy Depot Division
– RSCU Prairie
– Toastmasters International
The Air Cadet League of Canada’s 1st Vice-President Grant Fabes accepted the Air Transport Association of Canada’s (ATAC) Spring Continuation Flying Award, on behalf of F/Sgt Ray Lynch, 631 Sentinel Squadron, Scarborough, ON. F/Sgt Lynch will be doing his flying at Toronto Airways Flying School. Pictured above from left to right, Grant Fabes, 1st Vice-President, Air Cadet League of Canada, Wayne Gouveia, Vice-President, ATAC and Joan Williams, Director of Business Development, Toronto Airways Flying School.
April 15th is the deadline to register for the 2010 Annual General Meeting. Also, please have your reports and agenda’s submitted to firstname.lastname@example.org
Should you have any questions please do not hesitate to contact us.
We look forward to seeing you in Regina!
April 1, 2010 marks the 86th anniversary of the Royal Canadian Air Force.
A quick message to all PC’s and SCC’s to keep a look out for your Public Relations Kit to be released on our website for your use. CD’s will also be released to the Provincial Committees for your use.
702 Lynx Squadron in Saskatoon will be celebrating their 50th Anniversary this year and are planning a reunion. Dates of the reunion are April 23, 24 and 25, 2010. For more information and a registration package, please email email@example.com
January 26, 2010 saw the signing of a formal MOU between the Canadian Airports Council (CAC) and the League. This MOU provides for two $500 cadet scholarships for the Airport Operations summer training course as well as facilitating access/tours of member airports and the provision of guest speakers.