EVENT: Canadian Armed Forces Day Virtual Concert

In honour of Canadian Armed Forces Day, the Canadian Forces Morale and Welfare Services (CFMWS), in collaboration with BMO, will host a virtual concert this Sunday, June 7 at 7 p.m. The concert will be hosted by Nathan Dales and Trevor Wilson, both of the series Letterkenny.
The schedule is as follows:
- Our Peace Lady's Raine Maida and Chantal Kreviazuk (Moon Vs Sun)
- Simple Plan
- Kardinal Offishall
- Kira Isabella
- Claudia Bouvette
Welcoming remarks will be made by the Governor General of Canada, Her Excellency the Right Honourable Julie Payette, and the Minister of National Defence, the Honourable Harjit Sajjan. 
Looking forward to see this concert? The concert will be broadcast on CFMWS' YouTube channel (www.youtube.com/channel/UCbgwZtQgEH3fslCtZLFKI3Q) and CAF's YouTube channel (https://www.youtube.com/user/CanadianForcesVideos) as well as Facebook live on @PSP.CFMWS.SBMFC.  https://www.facebook.com/PSP.CFMWS.SBMFC/

You're invited!

Tune in here: https://www.facebook.com/706Squadron/posts/1105801916470840

or https://www.facebook.com/706Squadron/live/



706 Squadron's 2020 Annual Ceremonial Review


Tune in this Saturday for our FIRST EVER virtual live-streamed ACR parade!


Join us as we present awards and take a look back at the 2019-2020 training year! 

You can access the livestream from anywhere in Canada at https://www.facebook.com/706Squadron/live/

We believe we have worked out the problems from last time....You do NOT need a Facebook account to watch it!

Saturday, 6 June at 1:00 pm

If you can't make it, you will be able to watch it later.


Did you miss the last CO's parade? Watch it here: https://drive.google.com/file/d/17gfhMccOqmfpNsU9FpSKu6Lhfhh0-HRS/view?usp=sharing or visit us at https://www.facebook.com/706Squadron/ (sign-in may be required)

Pilot Panel - Pilots, talking about flying....Even more!!

For those cadets who are interested in becoming pilots in the future, or who want to learn more about the flying options in Air Cadets, here is a fun live event for you!

Hosted and planned by cadets, for cadets, Pilot Panel will share with you the details about how to enjoy aviation, and maybe get your wings, as an air cadet!

Our first two Pilot Panels last month were a success - lots of great feedback, and up to 97 participants at a time throughout the evening! The cadet pilots who planned and executed the first two events have decided that there is enough demand to hold another Pilot Panel, so they can reach more cadets, answer more questions, and talk more about the subject they love.

I know, just what we all need, more pilots talking about themselves!

This time they want to focus on gliding and glider pilots, and there will be a fourth one later focusing on powered flight and the Power Pilot Course.

Next Wednesday, June 3, at 1800 EST they pla to interview each other, panel-style, about their experiences on the Glider Pilot course.

Many air cadets don't have a clear idea of what is involved with becoming a glider pilot, how to apply for the course, and what the benefits are. This panel will help to answer those questions, and hopefully encourage cadets to consider applying in future years. The event is open to all cadets (and adults!) who are interested. There will also be time planned to take questions from the "audience".

Please join the pilots next Wednesday!

Event Link for June 3, 1800 EST: https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZUldeGrqzkvGtP0iEKWWZ5RO0G-1Mknq4Fu

Please be aware that to join you must create a (free) zoom account and be signed in to zoom. You must register (free and automatic, takes only a minute) in advance at the link above before joining.

Training cancelled until 31 August 2020

Please see below for an important update from the Commander National Cadet and Junior Canadian Rangers Support Group, BGen D. Cochrane, MSM, CD

Click Here

More information about what 706 Squadron will be doing going forward will be made available soon.

We understand that this is very dissappointing news but together, we will persevere.

Should you have any questions, please email Maj Southern.

Thank you for your understanding.

What to wear for the next training night



In light of the recent announcement by the Ontario Government to close all public schools (K-12) starting March 14, cadets will be cancelled until further direction is recieved from our chain of command.

More information on upcoming activities including the marksmanship competition will be transmitted tomorrow.

We thank you for your understanding.

Major S. Southern
Commanding Officer

12 March 2020 - Regular Training Night




There will be no training on March 19th.

For all other activities please consult the event calendar.

2020 Summer Camps - Information at your fingertips!

At this time, applications for the the National summer courses, Advanced summer courses, Regional summer courses (Quota camps) and Staff Cadet opportunities have been published.

Now, in order to ensure all the information is readily available, we have moved everything to the "Summer Training" tabs under the "Training and Orders" menu up top.

In the following pages you will find general transport arrangements, dates, joining instructions and any other relevant information as it becomes available.

  • For information about Regional Summer Training (Quota Camps) click here. Application deadline is March 6th
  • For information about Advanced Courses click here. Applications are now closed and we are awaiting selections.
  • For information about National Summer Courses click here. Applications are closed and we are awaiting selections.
  • For information about Staff Cadet opportunities click here. Applications are now closed and we are awaiting selections.
  • For information about the United States Civil Air Patrol Officer School click here. Application deadline is March 3rd.
  • New! For information about Music Camps click here. Application deadline is EXTENDED to March 6th.
  • New! For information about the Royal Nova Scotia International Tattoo click here. Application deadline is March 6th.

Frequently asked questions

Can I apply for a Regional Summer Training Camp if I have already applied for an Advanced Course or a National Course?

YES! You can apply to as many camps as you like. If you are selected for a higher-level course, your application for a lower-level course will be automatically withdrawn.

What if I am selected for a camp, but I am no longer able to attend?

Simply advise us at applications@706aircadets.ca and your name will be withdrawn so the next cadet can have the opportunity to go.

When will I know if I have been selected for a summer camp?

Glider, power and IACE will be early March. Advanced courses should also be in the March to April range. We anticipate all other camps will be announced by the end of March.


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