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About Sea Cadets
Royal Canadian Sea Cadets is open to youth between the ages of 12 and 18. Visit our national website to find a Corps (group that meets regularly) near you. There will also be further information available and contacts if you have more questions.

In order to join Sea Cadets, you have to be a Canadian citizen or landed immigrant between the ages of 12 and 18. Youth between 9 and 12 should check out our Navy League Cadet programme. Your first step is to visit a local cadet corps. You can use our Corps Locator to find one close to where you live.

Once you have made contact with your local cadet corps, you will be asked to fill out an Application for Membership and an Authorization for Collection of Personal Information. You will also be asked to provide proof of age, and provincial heath coverage. As a cadet, you will be expected to bring your provincial health card to all cadet activities.

Uniforms and training materials are provided. As a cadet, you will be expected to participate in fundraising activities. The funds raised are used to provide facilities and services not provided by Government of Canada commitments, including extra recreational and social activities (trips, dances, movie nights and more).

There is no obligation when you join Sea Cadets. You will be free to leave the programme at any time, and there is no expectation or commitment that you will join the Canadian Forces. If the programme isn't for you, simply return your uniform and other items that belong to the corps.

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How To Join
If your child is between the ages of 12 and 18, then we would love to have them join our Sea Cadet family!

Visit us on any Wednesday evening at the Stony Plain Community Centre, between 6:30 p.m. and 8:30 p.m. Our main registration night is the first Wednesday in September, but we take new cadets anytime during our training year (September – June).

To register your child with us, please bring the following items with you:
• Child’s Alberta Health Care card
• Child’s Birth Certificate (to confirm identity and age)
• Medical information (medications, allergies, etc.)
A registration package will be provided to you at the time of registration, and must be completed in full prior to your child participating in any activities.

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Royal Canadian Sea Cadet Corps Mackenzie parades at the Stony Plain Community Centre, located at 5008 51 Ave in Stony Plain, Alberta.

The ship's office telephone number is (780) 963-0843 and the corps parades on Wednesday evenings, from 6:30pm till 9:30pm.

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Corps Officers
Sea Cadet Officers, also known as Cadet Instructors Cadre (CIC) Officers, are dedicated members of our community who work with youth in their spare time by providing them with a dynamic and structured program.

CIC officers are members of the Canadian Armed Forces and belong to the Cadet Organizations Administration and Training Service (COATS). This sub-component of the Reserve Force consists of officers and non-commissioned members who, by the terms of their enrolment or transfer, have undertaken as their primary duty the safety, supervision, administration and training of Cadets or Junior Canadian Rangers.

For more information on Sea Cadet (CIC) Officers, check out Canadian Cadet Organizations.

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Sea Cadet Rank Structure
Cadets and Officers wear uniforms, which will reflect traditional naval ranks which are earned through training and experience.

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Important Messages
This section to be updated by corps officers.

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