Welcome to the Army Cadet League of Canada British Columbia Branch

Please take the time to fill in the Support Committee Registration Form provided below so that we can keep in contact with all our corps  

Have A personal Change to your committee? Please send us and update with the form:

New Support Committee Registration Form

IMPORTANT LINKS

BC Support Committee Handbook- New and Updated!!

Nationals what they can do for you!

Corps Visit Evaluation Form

How to Conduct A meeting

National Policy Manual

Roles and Responsibilities of the Support Committee

National Support Handbook

Public Affairs:

Information about the Public Affairs resources is available to inform, guide, and support your Corps on public affairs activities for the 2018-19 training year. A “starter set of newly designed print materials for your September start up is now available. Please use these materials for Outreach activities. Old materials may be recycled. New requests for new print materials for specific event using the Cdt #138 PA Support Request.    A CO’s Guide to Basic Public Affairs link is located below for easy reference. This guide is also available in the SharePoint Library under Public Affairs. Please use this as a reference for conducting your regular public affairs activities at the corps level.

CO’s Guide to Basic Public Affairs Document

The Cadet Correspondent Workshop is a new addition to the training year that allows us to engage youth in telling their own stories at the local and regional level. Each corps will have an opportunity to nominate one cadet to become their corps Cadet Correspondent by attending the workshop. A Q&A about Cadet Correspondents, including who should be considered for this opportunity, is included in this package. Cadet Correspondent Workshops will be offered at the same time as many Year 5 workshops. Please note that your cadets can not attend Year 5 and Cadet Correspondent workshops simultaneously. Cadets can be loaded on to the workshop via FORTRESS, with more details coming soon on SharePoint.

If you have any questions about conducting public affairs at your corps, or if you have staff members that would like to be involved in public affairs, please do not hesitate to contact the:

Regional Public Affairs Officer, Capt Cheryl Major, at 250-363-7302 or cheryl.major@forces.gc.ca.

A link to the Starter set for Posters/Pamphlets etc. can be found Canadian Cadet Organization Portal/Public Affairs/Print Products:  Canadian Cadet Organization Portal