BC Lions Flag Party


Cadets from the Pacific Region are authorized to participate in the BC Lions Flag Party during home games in Vancouver. Dress is full dress and timings are one hour before game time at the East Airlock entrance. Cadets are required to stay until the opening O Canada ceremony and can be dismissed at that point. Cadets can stay and watch the game but will not be supervised at that point, and since they will be still in uniform conduct is expected to be on the highest Canadian Forces standard.

Please see the following schedule for BC Lions Home games: BC LIONS HOME GAMES

Interested cadets can go through their Corps Officers or email the Executive Assistant for more information: execdir@armycadetleague.bc.ca


Thank you Letter from the 2827 RCACC Parent

RCSU (P) received a lovely thank you letter for the Expedition staff that were involved with the Silver Star Expedition at Golden Ears from May 4-5, 2019 from the parent of MCpl Silvey. When MCpl Silvey of the 2827 RCACC fell he knew right away he was hurt seriously and was unable to walk. CIC Officers and Cadet Staff showed such professionalism executing first aid, and keeping MCpl Silvey calm. The confidence that MCpl Silvey had for the CIC Officers and Staff Cadets is a huge testament to the program, training, dedication and professionalism that the Cadet Instructor Cadre and the Cadet Program instills.

We hope MCpl Silvey has a quick recovery from his injuries.

Please see the complete thank you letter with the following link: Thank you Letter


New Executive Board 2019

The Army Cadet League of Canada BC Branch held its Annual General meeting on April 17, 2019.

The Army Cadet League of Canada, BC Branch is pleased to announce the appointment of Mr. Norman Campbell as the new league President effective immediately. Mr. Campbell’s appointment is a clear reflection of the Board’s Confidence in his ability to lead the organization to even greater success in the future. Before assuming the role of President, Mr. Campbell was the vice president of the BC Branch, member of the board for three years, and has significant experience with Cadets in the Alberta League.

In addition, we would like to announce and introduce the new additions to our team of directors. We welcome Celine Gee, Janis Webb, and Simon Cumming.

The board would like to thank our immediate Past President Mrs. Cathy Bach for the dedication and loyalty of service and support to the BC Branch. We wish her well in her new role as the National President of the Army Cadet League of Canada. Cathy will remain as a director on our board, and we are grateful for her guidance and knowledge.

We look forward to continuing to serve and assist as the governing body of the British Columbia Army Cadet Corps’ support Committee and Volunteers.



Top cadets came from across Canada to Victoria, B.C. for the National #Marksmanship Championships taking place from May 5th - 9th, 2019. Congratulations to all participants!


Provincial Marksmanship Championship Vernon BC 12-14 April 2019

Congratulations to all who participated in the Provincial Marksmanship Championship. A special shout out to the 3rd place team 2812 Seaforth RCACC from Surrey/White Rock. Well done!



Hundreds of Army Cadets on parade from different Regimental affiliations took place in the Vimy Memorial Parade in Surrey BC on Sunday April 7th. In addition to Cadets in attendance, there was aslo MLA’s, MP’s Mayors, City Councilors, Legion members, friends and family members. We make time for the parade as we want to honour those Canadians who made the ultimate sacrifice.

Please see the following link to the CBC Article: Metro Vancouver Army Cadets Commerate Battle of Vimy Ridge

ACLC BC Branch - Drill Team Challenge March 02, 2019

Congratulations to 2893 Seaforth RCACC Port Coquitlam for Gold at the 1st Annual Army Cadet League BC Branch Drill Team Challenge. MWO Lau was awarded top drill team Commander. Well Done!

Silver 2290 BCR RCACC Vancouver

Bronze 2381 BCR RCACC Richmond

A honorable mention to 2812 Seaforth RCACC Surrey/White Rock for an outstanding performance for such a new team.

Thank you very much to all for coming out and making this a very successful first annual event.



ACLC BC Branch - Air Rifle Workshop 20 January 2019

The 2019 Air Rifle workshop was held on January 20th, in the lower mainland and Vernon this past week. We would like to thank all the teams, coaches and volunteers that helped make this year’s workshop such a success! More pictures to follow shortly!

Top Scores from the Lower Mainland Area:

Gold: 2837 BCR Port Moody Silver: 2812 Seaforth Surrey/White Rock Bronze: 2316 R West Reg New Westminster

Top Score from the Vernon Area: 3063 British Columbia Dragoons Enderby- The team scored 1320 points.

Our next Air Rifle workshop will be on January 19th, 2020. The intent of our competition is to give your SHOOTERS practice to see what its like before it becomes real for the zones and provincials in a fun, less stressful environment.  Our intent is to help you achieve your goals and help your team improve.   We hope to see you there in 2020!

Please click here for more amazing pictures from the Lower mainland and the Vernon Air Rifle Workshop located on our Shutterfly page. Thank you to Mr. Phil Edge for taking such wonderful pictures!


Vernon Cadet Camp 70th Anniversary

The 70th Camp Anniversary for Vernon Cadet Camp is August 14-19, 2019. Information and registration for this great event can be found at: https://vernonreunion.wordpress.com/2019/01/08/quick-info/ and on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/events/474091553073060/

Registration Costs:
EARLY Bird cost 1`Jan to 30 April Adults $150ea -May Adult $175ea
Adults $150 = =====> $175
Child 0-2 $90 ======> Free
Child 3-9 $105 = ======> $105
child 10-15 $115 ======> $115
child 16-18 $125 =======> $125
This covers 6 meals, building rental. Insurance, challenge coin to receive discounts , reunion shirt, and a number of other memorabilia item.

Please come and help support this historic event. We hope to see you there!


The Okanagan Military Tattoo 27-28 July 2019 Vernon, BC

A musical extravaganza of pipers, drummers, musicians, military bands, marching troops, multicultural dancers and singers of all ages brought together in an action packed, non-stop choreographed two-hour event. Featuring over 400 performers from all over North America (and in 2016, Korea) paying tribute to our military past and present. Cadets families and supporters receive a 10% discount with the code “cadets”, valid until 30 June 2019.