***Fall Compulsory Tagging Session***

Cadets are required to complete a minimum of 2 tagging shifts, seniors should complete 3.

These are 4 of the tagging shifts available:

  • Friday Oct 20, 17:30-20:30

  • Saturday Oct 21, 09:00-13:00 and 13:00-17:00

  • Sunday Oct 22, 11:00-16:00

The tagging headquarters for all shifts is the community room at the Police station south of Dundas Street east of 6th Line (95 Oak Walk Drive). Entrance and parking lot are at the far west of the building, there is no access from Dundas street.

Parents and cadets are to arrive 20-30 minutes prior to their shift to complete paperwork, collect their tagging box and to get to their assigned locations to start their tagging shift on time. Cadets must bring their own lunch/dinner/snacks for their tagging shift. (There will be no meal subsidy)

Please inform your DPO with your availability by Friday evening October 13th.

Parents: if you are available to drive, please have you cadet pass on your name, contact email and phone number with available times to your DPO.

 

PARADE NIGHT!! Call 905-464-0674

Oakville Sea Cadets parade most Tuesday nights at the Operating Engineers Banquet Hall and Conference Centre, 2245 Speers Rd., Oakville L6L 6X8, from the beginning of September to the beginning of June. Enter the building at the west side Banquet Hall entrance. We start at 

6:45 pm and end the evening at around 9:15 pm. Feel free to come out and experience Sea Cadets for yourself. All you need is a willingness to learn, lead and most of all, have fun.

See the map at bottom of this web page to join us. 

Contact Information

The Sea Cadet Program (click on video to watch)

What is Sea Cadets?

The Cadet Program is the largest federally-sponsored youth program in Canada. It is a national program for young Canadians aged 12 to 18 who are interested in participating in a variety of fun, challenging and rewarding activities while learning about the sea activities of the Canadian Forces.

Royal Canadian Sea Cadets learn about the naval and maritime environment by participating in a variety of activities on and off the water.

Sea Cadets specialize in sailing, seamanship, shipboard life, naval communications, power boat handling, boat repair, and marine engineering. Selected senior cadets have the opportunity to attend international exchanges, to sail aboard a Tall Ship or participate in ship deployments aboard Canadian Navy and Coast Guard ships. Additionally, Sea Cadets can compete for a chance to participate in annual sailing regattas!

Sea Cadets also participate in ceremonial events and citizenship. Additional objectives of the program provide opportunities that allow them to connect to their Canadian naval heritage and provides a platform to develop skills that will promote future community leaders. 

A Former noteworthy Sea Cadet, Canadian comedian Rick Mercer. There are more than 40,000 Cadets across Canada!

Calendar of Events

Parade Location (click on the map to use Google maps)

Disclaimer:

This website is not an official DND website and is considered to be "unofficial" reference CATA 11-06. The official site can be located at cadets.ca. This page is maintained by members of the 178 Oakville RC(Sea)CC and all content approved by the Commanding Officer. If you have any questions or concerns about this website please contact the Communications Officer.