Annual Ceremonial Review 2021

758 Argus RCACS is proudly announced the following award recipients at our 2021 Virtual Annual Ceremonial Review on 12 June 2021:

⭐️ Best Level One Cadet – LAC Almounauar, Peter

⭐️ Best Level Two Cadet – Cpl Patel, Aryan

⭐️ Best Level Three Cadet – FCpl Balao, Mathew

⭐️ Best Level Four Cadet – Sgt Khanchandani, Yash

⭐️ Best Cadet Instructor – FSgt Tangri, Krish

⭐️ Lord Strathcona Medal Recipient – WO2 Hayward, Joshua

⭐️ Cadet of the Year Award – FSgt Mehta, Aavedna

⭐️ Squadron Best Flight – Flight No. 3

⭐️ Major Robert Holliday Award – OCdt Annamalai, Shivar

Congratulations to all award Recipients!

As of 03 May 2021, the following Cadets have been promoted to:

Rank of Sergeant: FCpl Velez-Canola A., and FCpl Ampong S.

Rank of Flight Corporal: Cpl Balao M., Cpl Hiremath A., and Cpl Jandu K.

Rank of Corporal: LAC Mann H., and LAC Aneja H.

As of 12 June 2021, the following Cadets have been promoted to:

Rank of Leading Air Cadet: AC Dhillon R.

Rank of Corporal: LAC Almounauar P., LAC D’Alimonte N., and LAC Sidhu P.

Rank of Flight Corporal: Cpl Duhan T., Cpl Anil A., Cpl Avis A., Cpl Bhagwan D., Cpl Bhatt M., Cpl Gilchrist J., Cpl Gill HS., Cpl Jha A., Cpl Kwok X., Cpl Mahakhud R., Cpl Merrick S., Cpl Neethirajah E., Cpl Patel AR., Cpl Prakash A., Cpl Shankar A., Cpl Sidhu R., and Cpl Virk, K.

Rank of Sergeant: FCpl Evstratov N.,  FCpl Aggarwal A.,  FCpl Eleweke M.,  FCpl Merrick L.,  FCpl Tang J.,  FCpl Vaidya A.,  FCpl Panashtia R.,  FCpl Ahluwalia J.,  FCpl Singh H.,  FCpl Moorthy A., and  FCpl Parthipan A.

Rank of Flight Sergeant: Sgt Furtado R.,  Sgt Kwok R.,  Sgt Amoah W.,  and  Sgt Moore T.

Congratulations to all promoted Cadets, we wish you all the best and great future success in your cadet’s career!

Summer Camp Applications


Interested in attending summer camp for Summer 2021? Applications are now live and due to by 11:59PM April 28, 2021.

Annual Air Cadet Lottery

Air Cadet League Lottery is OPEN!

Support 758 Argus Brampton Air Cadets

Entries close out on April 30, 2021 at 10:00am EST.
The final draw will be held at 11:00am

Enter by April 1, 10am for a Chance to Win $5,000 Cash Early Bird Prize!



Cadets: All training for September 28, 2020 has been cancelled and will be resuming next Monday.

Returning Cadets Poll

All cadets are required to complete the poll found at as soon as possible. Please indicate if you will be returning to the squadron and what your preferred method of training is. Training will be available virtually, in-person and a hybrid of both.

Update for the 2020/2021 Training Year

For all new and returning cadets and parents – please review the below documents for an overview of what the start of this training year will look like.

Letter from CO

For new recruits, please download the registration forms package, complete and return to the squadron via email at or mail to:

758 Argus Royal Canadian Air Cadets
P.O. Box 339, Stn ‘A’
Brampton, ON L6V 2L3

Wherever possible, please type the information in the form to ensure it is clear and legible. Any questions can be directed to



Lottery Ticket Update

Please take note: The Air Cadet League, Ontario Provincial Committee (OPC) has confirmed a subsequent delay for the 2020 Cash, Flight and Cars Lottery draw; the draw will now take place on July 16, 2020.

Spring and Summer 2020 Activities Cancellation

Please read through the entire message below from the Commander of the National Cadet and Junior Canadian Rangers. Unfortunately, the training year has been cancelled, including summer training due to COVID-19. The below should answer the bulk of your questions but should you have further questions, please let us know through the Contact Us section or through your chain of command.

Sent on behalf of BGen D.B. Cochrane, Comd Natl CJCR Sp Gp

Refs: A. CATO 14-06, Training or Recreational and Educational Trips
C. 3350-Op LASER 20-01

1.        In addition to direction delivered at refs D to H, Comd Natl CJCR Sp Gp has made the decision to cancel all in-person activities related to the Cadet and JCR programs through to 31 Aug 20. This includes, but is not limited to local training, corps and squadron trips, cadet summer training and activities, in-person training for Cadet Instructors Cadre officers, and, in coordination with the Canadian Army, the JCR enhanced training sessions.

2.         Cadets and Junior Canadian Rangers will not be penalized for missing the remainder of the 2019-2020 training year, and will be credited as having this year’s training completed.

3.         Our goal over the coming months is to focus and remain connected with the cadets. Staff at the corps/squadron level will be seeking, where possible, innovative and meaningful ways to connect with cadets virtually. We will seek to explore options for new experiences online and looking for alternatives to in-person training activities. Maintaining the link with our cadets and staff is a priority.

4.         For the summer, the Natl CJCR Sp Gp staff will begin planning to explore innovative ways to take advantage of this pause in training to implement new and exciting solutions for our program. You can expect to hear more about this in the weeks to come as we will be looking at options for alternative employment opportunities.

5.         The decision to cancel activities ensures the safety and security of everyone who participates in our programs and will ensure that the Cadet and Junior Canadian Rangers, like the Canadian Armed Forces, do not become a vector to spread COVID-19. It will also ensure that valuable resources, from medical support to facilities, can be made available to the CAF to assist Canadians when they need it the most.

6.        This was not an easy decision, nor was it made in isolation. The Command Team of the National Cadet and Junior Canadian Rangers Support Group have consulted with many advisors and stakeholders, and have been closely monitoring the actions of like-minded youth organizations.

7.         We understand many will be disappointed with this news. However, the strength and resilience of the men and women who not only support and lead this program, but also participate in it will prevail. This is our role to play in demonstrating leadership and citizenship in the face of adversity. Canada’s Cadets and Junior Canadian Rangers are all up for the challenge.

8.         The Natl CJCR Sp Gp continues to collaborate with the Department of National Defence and CAF as well as with other federal departments in order to maintain proper situational awareness on the COVID-19 situation in Canada and globally to synchronize interdepartmental response under the lead of Health Canada and the Public Health Agency of Canada. As a result, the situation is continuously being monitored and further decisions will be made on a case-by-case basis.

9.         Additional details related to the impact of this decision and way forward will be communicated to all in the weeks ahead.

10.        All available and updated information for the Natl CJCR Sp Gp response to COVID-19 can be found on the CCO net at: http://collaboration.cco.nat/sites/NAT/SitePages/covid19.aspx​​​.

Letter to Parents and Cadets from Central Region Commanding Officer

Please take a moment to read this letter from our region Commanding Officer in response to decisions made surrounding cadet activities and COVID-19.

Letter from Central Region Commanding Officer – April 1, 2020