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What is Training About?

Air Cadets are required to attend one evening of regular training per week; however, the 242 Ross Ferguson Air Cadets Squadron offers activities throughout the week and on weekends; some may be mandatory.

Air Cadets receive training in flying and gliding, survival skills, physical fitness, public speaking, citizenship, and precision drill.

Select cadets may participate in summer courses at training centres across Canada.
Air Cadets are under no obligation to join the Canadian Forces.

For more information about the program or if you have any questions, please feel free to contact our Commanding Officer - Lieutenant (N) Amanda Street at

Past Cadet Success
2023 - Power Pilot - Ferguson Groves
2019 - Glider Pilot - Jacob Dutto 
2019 - Power Pilot - David Crook
2017 - Power Pilot - Evan Moore
2014 - Power Pilot - Mark Keir
2012 - Power Pilot - Alan Crocker
2012 - Glider Pilot - Daniel Levinter
2007 - Power Pilot - Patrick Ryan 

Accessing Cadet Resources and
Reference Documents

Cadets sign in to access their Weekly Routine Orders, listed each week. This ensures all cadet levels know what they will be training, learning, and accomplishing each week.

Cadets on Cadet365 can also see information on the squadron SharePoint page accessed through teams.

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