2017 – We are actively looking for new members to join and become one of our finest. 105 Army Cadets helps build youth into responsible, effective leaders of tomorrow. We value integrity, respect, leadership, mutual […]
2016 – Recently, our affiliated unit, 7th Toronto Regiment, Royal Canadian Artillery reaffirmed their right to Freedom of the City in the City of Toronto, a prestigious honour bestowed by the City of Toronto to […]
2017 – It was an exciting and special day for 105 army cadets as they arrive at Moss Park Armoury, Toronto for Canadian Armed Forces familiarization training with the 7th Toronto Regiment, Royal Canadian Artillery. […]
The Royal Canadian Army Cadets is a free program, partly funded by the Department of National Defense, that appeal to teenagers craving exciting outdoor activities where their personal limits as individuals and team-members will be tested. The hardcore outdoor-oriented will love the challenge!
Army cadets develop abilities in the use of map and compass, GPS technology, orienteering, first-aid, camping and survival skills, canoeing, abseiling, trekking, mountain biking, etc. As they get more experienced, some will be selected for parachuting, white-water rafting and glacier climbing. They will also learn to become outdoor leaders.
Army Cadets get involved in ceremonial military events and citizenship activities that allow them to connect to their Canadian heritage. They develop a great sense of pride and discipline through their involvement in a hierarchical system that allows them to hone their leadership skills as they grow older and they learn to care for younger cadets.
In addition to their specialty training, Army Cadets may become involved in other exciting activities like competitive Olympic-style marksmanship and biathlon, sports competitions, music training and competitions, cultural outings, volunteer community support, etc.
Canada represents the best playground for teenagers interested in the outdoors. We are the organization of choice for teens and adults interested in getting out of the classroom to explore the planet the way it should be.