All details regarding joining 758 Argus Squadron are posted under Join Us. You do not need to call ahead or email ahead to confirm your attendance at one of our registration sessions.
Please note: our squadron serves the East end of Brampton (East of Highway 410 – Bramalea). Should you live outside of this geographic area, there is likely a squadron located closer to you that delivers the same curriculum.
132 Spitfire Squadron serves the West end of the city (West of Highway 410).
892 Snowy Owl Squadron serves the area to the North.
If you are interested in Army Cadets, you may want to check with 557 Lorne Scots.
Or you may also be interested in the Sea Cadets.
All elements run common training components such as drill, physical fitness, teamwork, and leadership with a strong focus on the air, army, or sea subjects respectively. Air cadets is highly academic. If there are any barriers to learning or if there is an IEP at school, it is helpful for us to be aware of those things so that we can make the appropriate accommodations or modifications, if at all possible.
Updated August 13, 2018
The below itineraries are for cadets returning on Friday, August 17, 2018.
Cadets returning from Connaught CTC: Connaught-Exhaust
Cadets returning from Blackdown CTC: Blackdown-Exhaust
Cadets returning from Trenton – HUB: Trenton-HUB-Exhaust
Cadets returning from Trenton CTC: Trenton-CTC-Exhaust
Cadets returning from Canadore College: Canadore-Exhaust
Important information for all cadets attending summer training:
- Cadets must be at the pick-up zone at least 30 minutes prior to bus departure time. Pick-up zone is at Milton Memorial Arena (77 Thompson Rd S, Milton, ON L9T 6H).
- All Cadets must travel in uniform (summer dress) and pack your tunic in your suitcase.
- In order to be permitted on the bus, cadets must present the following to the bus escort officer:
- Health Card
- Completed and signed “Offer of Participation” – page 4
- Completed “Cadet transportation” form
- Travel itinerary (found below) – which shows that your is on the list
- You are required to bring all of the above to camp for the “INTAKE” process
758 will be celebrating its 53rd Annual Ceremonial Review on June 9, 2018 at Chinguacousy Curling Club. This parade is MANDATORY for all cadets.
The ACR is a formal parade to showcase and celebrate the past training year. Awards are presented, speeches are conducted, and it signifies the end of another successful training year. Friends and family are more than welcome to attend. Our Reviewing Officer for the parade will be Lieutenant-Colonel T.W. Heuthorst, CD. LCol Heuthorst is a former cadet of 758 Argus and currently the Directing Staff at the Canadian Forces College.
Cadets will be required to attend one final parade practice at the curling club on Friday June 8, 2018 (usual Monday evening timings) in civilian clothing (wear comfortable shoes!). On the 9th, we ask that cadets arrive between 0815 and 0830 hrs, also in civilian clothing but with their uniforms on a hanger and clearly marked with their name. Uniforms must be clean, pressed, and ready to go. Boots must be polished to a high glossy shine. Males will be clean shaven and have proper hair cuts. Sikh males who wear a turban shall be wearing their issued turban. Females will arrive with their hair already done, no nail polish or heavy makeup, and no costume jewelry. Lunch will be provided by the squadron for the cadets but they should eat a healthy breakfast prior to arriving in the morning.
Guests are asked to be seated no later than 1245 hrs. The parade will begin promptly at 1300 hrs (1:00 PM) and will last 90 mins. There will be a short reception following the parade with some light refreshments and static displays in the cafeteria for about 30 mins. Cadets will not be dismissed until the parade square has been cleaned up.
For Tuesday, May 15, 2018
There WILL be a practice for both teams this evening. The weather has lifted but is a little cool so dress for the weather.
Supply reminder: The supply office will be open for uniform exchanges tonight from 6PM – 8PM and is the last call for cadets to address any uniform issues to allow time to order any pieces prior to annual parade.
For Saturday, May 12, 2018
All Level 4 cadets will complete their instructional evaluations on May 12th from 0850-1400hrs. Cadets are to dress in civilian attire and are expected to bring their own lunch – food will NOT be provided, nor will cadets be permitted to go off-site to purchase food.
Level 4 cadets must bring a copy of their lesson plans and be prepared to teach their 30 minute lessons.
For Monday, May 14, 2018
Cadets are required to submit their Spring FTX Permission Form NLT than Monday, May 14, 2018. Forms will not be accepted past this deadline.
As of Monday, May 7, 2018
For the remainder of the year, we will parade out of the Chinguacousy Curling Club (9050 Bramalea Rd, Brampton, ON L6S 6G7) on Monday evenings. Regular parade timings.
Exception: Training on Monday, June 11, 2018 will be back at LHQ and Lions Hall.
Band and Drill will be held at LHQ on Tuesdays going forward as our permit for the school is complete for the year. Dress for the weather.
For May 5, 2018 – Marksmanship Day
Marksmanship Day is a mandatory activity and all cadets are expected to attend. If you have not yet submitted your form, please send a scanned copy to email@example.com by Thursday, May 3rd.
For May 6, 2018 – Air Cadet Skills Day
Arrival time: 0845hrs, Levels 5s are expected to arrive NLT than 0830hrs
Departure time: 1600hrs
Dress: Field Training Uniform or appropriate civilian dress. Ensure suitable clothing for outdoor activities is provided including a warm jacket and a hat.
This activity is also mandatory. Sunscreen and reusable water bottle are required. Cadets are to bring their own lunch – food will NOT be provided, nor will cadets be permitted to go off-site to purchase food.
For Sunday, April 29, 2018 – Sports Day
All level 5 cadets are expected to arrive at LHQ no later than 0815hrs to complete their fitness testing. Levels 1 through 4 are to arrive at LHQ no later than 0930hrs.
Cadets are to dress in suitable PT gear, including proper running shoes. Sunscreen and reusable water bottle also required. Cadets are to bring their own lunch – food will NOT be provided, nor will cadets be permitted to go off-site to purchase food.
For April 30, 2018 – Marksmanship Day
Please remember to submit your Permission Forms NLT than Monday, 30 April, 2018!