Mar. 13, 2020 to Aug. 31, 2020

Cadets and Parents.


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Capt Doherty

Commanding Officer

12 RCACS  


MSG from CO - 28/03/2020

All Cadets, Parents and Guardians. This update was just released late yesterday I have removed some of the non essential information:



1. In addition to direction delivered at refs D to G, a decision has been made to extend the cancellation of ALL CADET ACTIVITIES, including local training until 30 April, 2020. Prior to Thursday, 30 April, 2020, further direction will be provided, including the potential for this cancellation to be extended.

2. Furthermore, all Cadet inbound and outbound international exchanges and training opportunities, which includes but not limited to the following: the Civil Air Patrol - Cadet Officer School (Alabama, USA), the Army Cadet National Rifle Team (Bisley, UK), the Army Cadet Maple Leaf UK Exchange, the Army Cadet Voyage through History, all International Sea Cadet and Air Cadet Exchanges and any international training or recreational and educational trips (under Ref A) through to the end of the summer period 2020 have been cancelled.

3. Based on ongoing assessments and medical advice, a decision has been made to temporarily cease most training at CAF training and academic institutions effective immediately. As a result, Natl CJCR Sp Gp CIC Courses have been postponed until 01 July, 2020, with the exception of courses offered on the DLN and courses required for force generation for CTC summer 2020, which are planned for May/June 2020, i.e. Adventure Training Specialty Courses, Glider Pilot Instructor Courses, Tow Pilot Conversion Courses, and Range Safety Officer - Large Bore Courses.

4. 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 decisions are made on a case-by-case basis.