As many know there was a cooking club announced and we are eager to start, this being said we need to gather a list of attendees. So if everyone could email in a little message by Friday night saying “Hey, I’m interested.” I’ll jot you into the plans so that we can begin in January.
This FSgt from 525 Sqn shows you how to look after your uniform, pay respects and learn ranks in a series of videos. I’ve watched them all and he does a great job. This is a great resource for 1st years. Please watch. His Youtube channel is here:
I thought this would be interesting for anyone who plans on becoming a pilot.
Captain Kutryk was a cadet at 551 Whitehorse Lions Royal Canadian Air Cadet Squadron and 341 Mundare Royal Canadian Air Cadet Squadron in Mundare, Alberta. He spent three years as a Civilian Instructor, gliding at the Villeneuve Cadet Flying Site in support of the familiarization flying program before joining the Canadian Armed Forces in 2006.
This session was coordinated by the Regional Cadet Support Unit Northwest Air Operations section as an online training opportunity for cadets this summer.
Remembrance Day 2020 may not look like previous years but the reading of names, the wearing of poppies, the minute of silence, the playing of the Last Post, all give meaning and expression to the gratitude and regret for lives lived and lost in the service of Canada. #CanadaRemembers #LestWeForget
“I am incredibly proud of the small, yet meaningful gestures and actions cadets and JCRs take to show their respect for veterans and their sacrifices. You are clearly demonstrating that the next generation of Canadian leaders will not forget those who gave their lives to defend the values that define Canada.”
From Harjit Sajjan, the Minister of National Defence, and the Canadian Armed Forces, a message for teens grade 7 to 12 regarding Remembrance Day. Check out additional videos in the series, with speeches from serving Canadian Armed Forces members for all age groups. #CanadaRemembers
4/ You must wear a mask while indoors and follow the protocols set out in the COVID-19 Safety plan
5/ Parents, please drop your cadet off at the door. Access is restricted to Staff Members and Cadets only. Please remain in your car and wait for about 10 mins. This way if a cadet needs to return home, they’ll still have a ride waiting. The same goes for picking up your cadet upon completion of the parade night. Capt Lemoine will be reaching out to parents to go over this in detail
6/ Upon entering the building, you’ll meet the Duty Officer & Duty NCO who will check you in. They’ll verify that you’ve completed the attendance tracker and ask you if you’ve completed the COVID-19 Self Assessment.
For other details, please ask or refer to the COVID-19 Safety Plan. See you Wednesday.