We are your local Sea Cadet unit and we are located at:
Don Montgomery Recreational Community Centre 2467 Eglinton Ave E, Toronto, ON M1K 2R1 We train on Monday evenings from 6:30pm to 9:30pm (except holidays)
We have an unparalleled youth program
We aim to:
Develop good citizenship and leadership
Promote physical fitness
Stimulate an interest and inform about the roles and activities of the Royal Canadian Navy.
Responsibility, Self-Awareness, and Self-Discipline
Teamwork, Leadership, and Citizenship
WHAT IS THE SEA CADET PROGRAM?
Cadets is a national organization for youth aged 12 to 18. As part of the Sea Cadet program, 176 RCSCC SCARBOROUGH provides exciting opportunities and challenges for today's youth.The Sea Cadet program is sponsored in partnership by the Department of National Defence and the civilian group the Navy League of Canada. Cadets are not part of the Canadian Forces, nor is there any expectation for them to join the military. "Many people think of Cadets as preparation for a career in the military, but it is really about preparing for life; about developing the skills, the qualities and the confidence that will allow these young people to prosper and contribute to the Canada of tomorrow."
GOALS OF THE CANADIAN CADET PROGRAM:
This rewarding program develops Leadership, Citizenship and Physical Fitness in Canadian youth. Cadets are encouraged to become active, responsible members of their community. They learn valuable life and work skills including teamwork, leadership, and citizenship. Cadets also reap the personal benefits of increased self-confidence and physical fitness, learning how to take initiative, and make decisions. Cadets make valuable contributions to Canadian society on a daily basis in terms of environmental, citizenship and community activities and services.
WHO MAY JOIN OUR PROGRAM?
Girls and boys; aged 12 to 18 years.
REQUIRED DOCUMENTS These are the documents you need to join a corps or squadron:
Proof of age:
a valid Canadian passport;
a birth certificate issued by a Canadian provincial, territorial or federal government agency;
any card, visa or permit (work, study, resident, etc.) (with photo) issued by the Canadian government which legally authorizes the person to reside in Canada for an extended period of time; or
any identification card (with or without photo) issued by a Canadian provincial, territorial or federal government agency. No certificates of live birth please.
Proof of health insurance: Provincial or Territorial health insurance card or private insurance (ie. Blue Cross) card.
Please have these original documents with you when you attend the corps or squadron closest to you. To help speed up the registration process, you may wish to bring a photocopy of these documents as well. Registration Forms: