HOW DOES ONE BECOME THE NAVY LEAGUE OF CANADA'S MEMBER OF THE YEAR?
"Passion, dedication, and readiness to commit! The cadets are worth it! The secret is to maintain a high level of communication and transparency with your entire team! Communication is key, and every job is an important job!
The rewards are endless." Don D'Souza
CONGRATULATIONS AND BRAVO ZULU to Lt(N) David Barkley, CO RCSCC Cornwall, who was awarded a CJCR Commander’s Commendation by BGen Speiser-Blanchet on August 18th at Connaught CTC.
His commendation reads:
Over many decades, through skillful dedication and steadfast determination, Lt(N) David Barkley has provided opportunity for hundreds of cadets to develop musical skills and abilities leading to life-long learning and a love of music. Building on strong community ties through well-established local opportunities he has further allowed cadets to showcase skills fostered via his mentorship. Through personal example and effort, Lt(N) Barkley sets a sterling example, and his actions reflect much credit on the Cadets and Junior Canadian Rangers. Bravo Zulu.
BZ and congratulations, Lt(N) Barkley, on this wonderful recognition of your dedication and positive impact on cadets! Ontario Division is very proud that you are one of our CO’s and officers!
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:
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