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Drill Team without Arms

Drill competitions consist of a teams of cadets preforming both a compulsary sequence where each team displays identical movements which are called out by the team Drill Commander and a precision (silent) sequence where the team moves through a memorized sequence of movements without the benefit of the Drill Commader's direction.

Each team is marked on the quality of their movements, the condition of their uniform and the overall conduct displayed by the members.

Less experienced cadets will normally be asked to participate with this team where they will learn the new movements required for competition.  The Commander of this team will be a more senior cadet that has experienced prior competitions and is able to help correct and encourage the new members.

We will be updating our website with additional information regarding this team as it becomes available.

Marksmanship Team

The Cadet Marksmanship Program is a challenging and competitive sports program accessible to all cadets. It develops skills through superior training and Olympic-style competition. This is why every year, thousands of cadets participate in this fun and rewarding program.

Cadets have the opportunity to participate in a series of competitions at the local level that culminate in provincial/territorial competitions and an annual National Cadet Marksmanship Championship.

Set your Sights High

  • promote safe handling of rifles;
  • build self-esteem and practice focus;
  • promote sportsmanship, sport etiquette and self-discipline;
  • develops high level of marksmanship technical skills;
  • provide personal challenge and achievement opportunities.

What are you aiming for?

The cadet marksmanship program has a rich and long tradition of excellence going all the way back to 1910 when Canada sent a team of cadets to compete in Bisley, England.

Train with the Best!

  • Training is offered and supervised by qualified coaches and officers;
  • Training material may be provided for each cadet participating in the marksmanship program;
  • Marksmanship training locations are available to all corps/squadrons;
  • No membership fee.

Biathlon Team

Biathlon is a combination of cross-country skiing and marksmanship. It requires tremendous endurance and strength as well as skill and precision. Unpredictable elements including weather and wind conditions make this outdoor sport a fun and rewarding challenge that thousands of cadets participate in each year

Cadet Biathlon program:

  • promotes physical fitness;
  • promotes sportsmanship, sport etiquette and fair play;
  • develops marksmanship skills;
  • provides personal challenge and achievement opportunities;
  • builds self-esteem


In orienteering predetermined locations are plotted onto a map. Competitors use a map and compass to locate this locations. Once found they will find a time stamp hidden.
he cadet will then time stamp their card and move on to finding the next location from the map.
Not all stamps are worth the same number of points.  Stamps that are harder to locate or are further afield will sometimes be worth more points.
The team that finishes the fastest with most stamps is declared the winner.
Orienteering requires good physical fitness, the ability to work in a team and excellent map and compass skills.

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