Weekly Announcements (05/03/20)

Sgt Jiang demonstrating marksmanship safety


Weekly Activities


When: Friday March 6th from 18hr30 to 21hr00

Where: Ottawa Technical Secondary School (485 Donald St)


Pipes and Drums Workshop

When: Friday March 6th from 18hr30 to 20hr00

Where: Robert E. Wilson Public School (373 McArthur Ave)



When: Friday February 28th from 18hr30 (for returning cadets) or 19hr00 (for new this year) to 21hr00

Where: QMO (142 Chemin Freeman)

Other Information: There is an additional practice on Saturday (March 7th) from 09hr30 to 13hr00 for competition team members only.


Drill Team

When: Tuesday March 10th from 18hr30 to 20hr30

Where: Gym 2 at NDHS

Dress: Civilian attire with parade boots and wedges


Junior Ground School

When: Monday March 9th from 18hr30 to 20hr30

Where: NDHS classrooms

Dress: Appropriate civilian attire



Single Activities

Power Familiarization Flights

When: Sunday March 8th with various 2-hour time slots (please be aware that clocks spring forward an hour that day)

Where: Rockcliffe Airport

Dress: Appropriate civilian attire

Other Information: Parents will be responsible for providing transportation to and from the event.  Each timeslot is two hours long.  There are limited slots so slots will be awarded on a first-come, first-serve basis, with priority given to newer cadets or cadets who have not had an opportunity to fly with 211 squadron. This event is open to all cadets who are interested in flying. Sign-up is available here: https://211aircadets.com/book-your-flight-here-20200408/


Regional Marksmanship Competition

When: Saturday March 14th from 08hr00 to 14hr00

Location: 832 Squadron, Jean Marc Lalonde Arena (1450 Du Parc Avenue, Rockland)

Other Information: Cadets must bring their own lunch and must provide their own transportation (we recommend competition team members carpool).


Marksmanship Familiarization Day

When: Saturday March 21st in two groupings: Group 1 (09hr15 to 12hr15) and Group 2 (12hr30 to 15hr30)

Where: QMO (Chemin Freeman)

Other Information: This event is open to all cadets interested in coming out and learning about marksmanship in the cadet program. Any cadet interest should email 211.activities@gmail.com.


Excalibur Games Competition

When: Saturday April 4th to Sunday April 5th (timings TBD)

Where: TBD

Other Information: Activities in the competition include volleyball, Kinball, DBL ball, dodgeball, first aid, and improvisation. Anyone interested in attending is to email 211.activities@gmail.com.


Transportation Safety Board Labs Tour

When: Friday April 24th (school PD Day) from 09hr45 to 12hr00

Where: Transportation Safety Board (Building U-100 1901 Research Private)

Dress: C3

Other Information: We are only able to accommodate 20 cadets from level 1 through 4, therefore there will be a lottery on April 15th to determine the 5 cadets from each level who will be attending. If interested in signing up email 211.activities@gmail.com.


Other Events and Information

Updated Cadet Guidebook

All cadets, especially new ones, please be aware of the updated Cadet Guidebook, which you can download in PDF format from the home page of the squadron webpage.  The cadet guidebook will help you understand how the squadron works and provide you with the knowledge of what you need to know to properly function in the squadron.   It is to your great benefit to familiarize yourself with this resource.  You don’t have to download it, but you should at least go through it online.  It’s there to access whenever necessary.


Royal Canadian Legion Medal of Excellence

The Royal Canadian Legion Cadet Medal of Excellence (RCLCME) recognizes individual endeavours of a citizenship nature, which meet or enhance the purposes and objectives of the Cadet organizations. It is wholly sponsored and awarded by the Royal Canadian Legion.

Each Air Cadet Squadron may award one RCLCME each training year, provided a worthy candidate is available. The main theme in awarding the RCLCME is to emphasize the citizenship aspects of the Cadet program. The Squadron Commanding Officer is the approving authority for the award of the medal, but he is encouraged to seek the active participation of the local Legion authorities and the recommendations of the Squadron Sponsoring Committee. The RCLCME will normally be presented by a suitable Legion representative at the Squadron’s annual ceremonial review.

If you wish to be considered for the Medal this year, you must submit your volunteer service hours to Captain Fortin at julie.fortin@cadets.gc.ca by Friday March 20th.


CO’s Parade

When: Wednesday March 11th from 18hr15 to 21hr00

Where: Drop-off and Pick-up are at NDHS

Dress: Cadets are to be in C1, and any cadets without a uniform are to dress in a white shirt, black pants, and black shoes.

Other Information: The following cadets are to pick-up their FTUs from supply on March 11th.


Castillon. M


Cul. A


Dingwall. J


Hernandez. E


Higgs. S


Lien. C


Osorio. M


Wright. W


Woman's legs standing in slushy snow with a red prohibited symbol superimposed on top

It is now the winter season, so a reminder to all cadets and parents that outdoor shoes are NOT allowed in the gym.

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