If you're between 9 and 11 years old, come make new friends as a Navy League Cadet and learn new things such as boating, sailing, camping, first-aid, knot tying, drills and a variety of sports.
If you have seen Navy League Cadets in parades and at community events, and thought you would enjoy being a part of it, in just a few steps you can be on your way to a lifetime of opportunity.
The first steps are:In addition, please bring these documents to your registration:
It is very simple and after some training, you will receive your uniform and can start earning badges and qualifications. The dates and times of meetings are shown on the Calendar page.
- Proof of Age (passport, birth certificate or any card with photo issued by the Canadian government)
- Proof of Health Insurance (Provincial health insurance card, Blue Cross card, etc.)
The Navy League Cadet Promise:
"I solemnly promise to honour the Queen and so conduct myself as to the be a credit to my country and my Corps; to abide by the regulations of The Navy League of Canada, attend drills regularly, take proper care of any uniforms and equipment entrusted to me, and assist and support The Navy League of Canada to the best of my abilities."