2812 RCACC on Tuesday 13 Sept 2016

The Army Cadet League of Canada is a registered Society and was officially formed in 1971 to Department of National defense (DND) in support of Army Cadets. The National League office is located in Ottawa and there is a League Branch for each of the provinces and the territories. The Alberta Branch became a registered society in October 15. 1971.

The ACLC Alberta Branch has 16 executives which oversees 3 zones (Northwest, Northeast and Southern) which support 40 Cadet Corps Support Committees across the province, and the over 500 screened volunteers who assist each corps.

The Branch ensures financial, accommodations, training equipment and transportation support for programs and services not provided by the Department of National Defense to more than 1,400 (Feb 2021) Army Cadets in our province.

The National League office is located in Ottawa and there is a League Branch for each of the provinces and the territories.

The Army Cadet League of Canada is a civilian non-profit organization working in partnership with the Canadian Forces to support the Royal Canadian Army Cadet program.

OUR FOCUS

SUPPORT ARMY CADETS ACROSS OUR PROVINCE

Encourage and promote interest in and support for the Royal Canadian Army Cadets.

RECOMMEND NEW CADET CORPS

Facilitate and recommend the formation of army cadet corps.

SUPPORT CADET CORPS

Assist in administration and finances of facilities and activities not provided within the DND provided program.