DELAY OF IN-PERSON TRAINING ACTIVITIES DUE TO COVID-19
Effective immediately no in-person Sea Cadet or Navy League Cadet activities will be authorized for any cadet units or Branches located in the Municipality of Thunder Bay or within the Brant, Dufferin, Durham, Eastern Ontario, Essex, Guelph, Halton, Hamilton, Huron, Niagara, Ottawa, Peel, Perth, Toronto, Waterloo, Wellington, Windsor or York Public Health Regions until further notice. (24 November 2020)
2020 SC SCHOLARSHIP RECIPIENTS
We are extremely proud to announce the Ontario Recipients of The Royal Canadian Sea Cadet Education Foundation Scholarship Program for 2020. The Foundation received 105 applications and awarded scholarships to 79 outstanding Sea Cadets from coast to coast who are pursuing a variety of studies at university, college and technical trades school. Due to the generous support of Irving Shipbuilding Inc. and the Naval Association of Canada Endowment Fund, a total of $100,000 has been awarded to help the students with their studies. Ontario Division would like to acknowledge the dedication and hard work of everyone involved and we wish the cadets all the best in their post-secondary pursuits.
P01 Rosanne Marie Bajao, RCSCC Sir Isaac Brock
CP01 Madeleine Bashall, RCSCC Quinte
CP02 Jessica Brar, RCSCC Crescent
CP02 Anika Buckley, RCSCC Oakville
CP01 Breanna Burt, RCSCC Warspite
CP02 Malcolm Campbell, RCSCC Quinte
CP02 Henry Coupland, RCSCC Quinte
CP02 Taryn Daly, RCSCC Repulse
CP02 Shayna Gagnon, RCSCC Captain Kidd
CP01 Luc Gauthier, RCSCC Iron Duke
CP01 Hunter Grigor, RCSCC Patriot
CP01 Anjolina Hamel, RCSCC Barrie
CP01 Terry Kuang, RCSCC Haida
CP02 Lori Lai, RCSCC Haida
CP01 Kiara Lau, RCSCC Patriot
CP01 Thomas Lupenette, RCSCC Trent
P01 Shane Mallia, RCSCC Harwood
CP01 Daniel Neiterman, RCSCC Dundas
CP01 Jenna O'Halloran, RCSCC Illustrious
P01 Nicholas Parsons, RCSCC Crescent
CP01 Ryan Patterson, RCSCC Ajax
CP02 Graham Rowland, RCSCC Centurion
CP02 Eric Yu, RCSCC Vanguard
CP02 Annabel Zhu, RCSCC Centurion
OTTAWA BRANCH CELEBRATING 125th ANNIVERSARY OF NAVY LEAGUE IN CANADA.
The Ottawa Branch of the Navy League is planning a time capsule activity to commemorate the 125th Anniversary of the Navy League of Canada and is inviting cadets, staff, and anyone interested to submit a small memento of what being a cadet means to them, or what the Navy League signifies. The Ottawa Branch is extending the invitation to members of Ontario Division to submit an item for inclusion as well.
These items will need to be small enough to fit inside a one-foot (cubed) box and provided to the Ottawa Corps or Branch by Nov. 14 for inclusion in the capsule, which will be sealed during a media event on Nov. 28 outside the HMCS Carleton building in Ottawa. The capsule will then be housed inside a glass display case in the building until the summer when it will be buried for the next 50 years.
Please contact email@example.com if you would like to add any items to the 125 anniversary time capsule.
MAKING THE MOST OF A BAD SITUATION
When the pandemic restrictions went into place earlier this year, cadets from RCSCC QUINTE made the best of the situation, and set to work on completing the Basic Amateur Radio Qualification Course (BARQ) virtually. Five cadets have successfully written their Amateur Radio qualification exams and the rest of this enterprising group is expected to qualify soon. Bravo Zulu to everyone involved in this initiative! For more information, see the document in the "Other Documents of Interest" section on the Branch Resources page.
SEA CADET RANK CHANGES
Effective 15 September 2020, ranks within the Cadet Program have been updated to meet the intent of inclusiveness as they are now gender neutral. The changes align with the action currently underway by the RCN in regards to changes to their rank structure, reflecting a more gender neutral title. These changes also reflect comments made through previous consultations with Sea Cadets who supported more gender neutral ranks.
There is no need to change Navy League ranks as they are already gender neutral.
The new ranks for the Sea Cadet Program are as follows:
CADET and JUNIOR CANADIAN RANGER App
The Commander National Cadet and Junior Canadian Rangers Support Group is proud to announce the official Cadet and Junior Canadian Rangers Mobile Application (CJCR App) to all members and supporters of Canadian Cadet Organizations (CCO).
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It is with profound sadness that we say goodbye to Ann Keeley-Meloche. For those of us who had the pleasure of knowing and working with Ann, we saw first-hand her love for, and incredible pride and support of, the cadet program. We also witnessed her amazing work over the decades and her profound impact on thousands of cadets, officers, staff, and volunteers. Ann will be sadly missed as a gifted fundraiser, public relations champion, and integral part of the Brantford Branch. Her contributions to Ontario Division will also be missed; Ann was a NL Ontario Division Board Member and Chairperson of the Centennial Committee Celebrations. Our condolences to Terry and all of their family members.
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