Thursday May 26th 2022

We will be having an all in-person training night this thursday, May 26th 2022. Please read below carefully.

All levels: From 18:30-20:45 

All cadets have a mandatory training night on Thursday May 26th 2022. We will be meeting at Nepean Sports Plex, 1701 Woodroffe Ave, Nepean ON, K2G 1W2. Proceed to the rear parking lot of the building to access the halls (Eastside). Training will take place in Hall A and B. Cadets are to arrive between 18:15 and 18:30, and parents/guardians are to pick them up between 20:40 and 21:00hrs. Parents are not to remain on site, it is a drop off and pick up only. 


  1. Cadets C-5 (Field Training Uniform FTU)
  2. CAF Members Operational Dress (CADPAT / Flight Suit / NCD)
  3. Non-uniformed cadets / staff to wear business casual clothing and/or sqn apparel

Masks are no longer mandatory for cadets and volunteers, for thursday night training, any one who wishes to wear a mask is still allowed to. Masks are mandatory for adult staff (CIC & CIs)

Drone Pilot Training Course 2022

Are you interested in learning to fly drones? Sign up for the Drone Pilot Training Course 2022 to get your Transport Canada Certified Drone Pilot Certificate now. Training will take place in during ten days from August 1st – 5th 2022 and August 8th -12th 2022. Sign up here

Annual Ceremonial Review (ACR) 

Date and Timings: Saturday May 28, 2022 – 1030 hrs to 1500 hrs 

Location: Manotick Arena, 5572 Leach Dr, Manotick, ON K4M 1L7 

Dress: Cadets are to wear one of the following based on the order of precedence below:  

  1. C1A – (Tunic, tie and applicable medals) 
  2. C5 – Field Training Uniform (FTU) 
  3. Dark pants and a white collared shirt  

Please wear the uniform that fits or that you have available. If you have yet to receive a uniform you are to wear the third option. 

Transportation: Cadet are responsible for their own transportation.  

What to Bring: Water bottle, mask, and lunch 

Details: ACR is the most important event of the Air Cadet training year. This mandatory activity is an opportunity for cadets to display what they have learned over the past training year to their families and assembled guests.  It is also the opportunity for the Squadron to honor deserving cadets by presenting them with various awards and promotions. 

Our Commanding Officer change of Command between Major McAuley and Captain Weller will also take place at this event.  

To respect COVID-19 capacity limits, each family will only be allowed two guest tickets through our Eventbrite sign up. Tickets will be validated upon arrival.

Guests can sign up starting on Monday May 23rd 2022. The link will be provided and updated here which you will be able to access through the announcement link in your email or sent out through our facebook post.

*Masks are mandatory for all cadets & staff

Questions: Please direct questions to Captain Pascal  



Garbage clean up in Beryl Gaffney Park and Maple Hill Park

Location: 11 Shirley Blvd, Ottawa, Ontario, K2K 2Z2, Maple Hill Park and Beryl Gaffney Park – Drop off is Maple Way off of Prince of Wales

Dress: Old clothes – Dress for the weather

When: Tuesday May 24th 2022 @ 1700hrs

What to bring: Water bottle, gloves if you want your own, masks, health care card

Details: Garbage clean up in Beryl Gaffney Park and Maple Hill Park. Gloves and garbage bags will be provided. Can be used for volunteer hours – bring your volunteer sheet for signing.

OPI: CI Gilbert

Sign up here

For more information contact: FSgt Susan Yates –

*Masks are mandatory


Contacting the squadron

If you have any questions about something you’ve read in our announcements, or about anything regarding the squadron and your cadets’ participation with us, we ask that you do not reply to the announcements but that you instead send us an email at and someone will be in contact with you as soon as we can. 


75 & 742 Band Programs are back virtual!

Are you interested to perform in one of our national award-winning ensembles?

Check our Brass & Reed info sheet to learn more about our Marching and concert Band!

Check our Pipes & Drums info sheet to learn more about our “Scottish” heritage ensemble!

Check our Highland Dancing info sheet to learn more about our newest addition to the Band Programs!

Questions? Major Jean-François Lambert, 75 & 742 Band Programs,

Squadron kit shop NOW OPEN ONLINE!!

You can find bags, toques, polos, hoodies, jackets and pants, right here in our squadron kit shop! Come take a look, order online, and find all of the squadron swag you’ve always wanted! 

Do you know who your level officer is?

Don’t forget to join your classroom every week for mandatory training. If you’re having difficulty joining your classroom or have questions, you can get in touch with your level officer: 

  • Level 1 SLt Merriam & CI Devlin (
  • Level 2 CI Mino (
  • Level 3 OCdt Sculland (
  • Level 4 Capt Loney (
  • Level 5 CI Gilbert & CI Gardiner (


Now that we’re nearing the end of the year, we will not be accepting new applications until September 2022. Please sign up for our announcements on our website to get more information at the beginning of September. 


As many of you may have heard, cadets will be migrating to Cadets365! As such, Teams will be our main platform for this training year. However, the region is still working on the onboarding of cadets to Cadets365. Cadets who are already set up with Teams are encouraged to use this as their primary email for the program. If you’re not set-up yet, don’t worry, until more cadets get onboarded to CDT365, we will continue to use Google Classroom, so keep an eye out for communications from your Level Officer, and we will keep you posted on your onboarding