The Fun Starts Sept 10

The next season of outdoor adventure, fun, and friendship begins Tuesday Sept 10. Come on down to join, or just to have a look and to get more information. The 72nd Royal Canadian Army Cadet Corps is looking forward to meeting you, and welcoming you! There’s a lot of information about the cadet program on…

The 411 on DEUs and FTUs

One need only google the definition of “uniformity” to understand why cadets wear uniforms. When we dress alike, we symbolically show that we are together and on the same team. Check out synonyms for uniformity and you’ll find other words like consistency, steadiness, stability, and equality. These are the characteristics and qualities that uniforms give…

The Ortona Dinner

Remembering our past and marking major historical and civic events in Canadian history is an important aspect of the Army Cadet program. Readers may have seen Seaforth cadets at a Canada Day parade, a Remembrance Day event, or event at the opening of one of the BC Lions’ football games. But, because it is less…

Regimental Senior Cadet Day

One of the great benefits of the cadet program is the relationship cadet corps have with their regimental sponsors and the training day held for senior cadets at the Seaforth Armoury this weekend is an excellent example of this. Staring bright and early, and running all day long, over 40 senior cadets were hosted by…

72nd Seaforth Cadets Open House

FUN * FRIENDS * CHALLENGING * REWARDING * FREE TO JOIN The Army Cadet Program is open for all youth ages 12 to 18 years of age and are seeking a fun and rewarding experience!  The aim of the program is to develop in youth the attributes of good citizenship and leadership; promote fitness; and…

Welcome Back

Welcome back from your summer. We hope that you enjoyed your time away from the corps, whether it be from at a summer training centre, or family vacation, we welcome you back. Returning Cadets – a reminder that our first training night is 08 Sept 15. It will be a sports night so dress accordingly.…