Welcome to 876 Lincoln Alexander RCACS! The Canadian Cadet Organization is one of the largest federally sponsored youth organizations. It consists of the Air, Army, and Sea Cadet programs. The organization is open to all youth aged 12-18 who come from all walks of life. 

Cadets shall learn a variety of subject matters including citizenship, leadership, teamwork, fitness and various other life skills. This is done through many different, fun, and challenging training activities and exercises provided. In particular, Air Cadets also learn the principles of aviation and can earn their glider or power pilot license through scholarships. 

876 RCACS parades are on Wednesday evenings 1830-2130hrs. See the Join Us page for more information on joining and www.cadets.ca for more information on the cadet program. 

Annual Ceremonial Review (ACR)  


The Annual Ceremonial Review is the most important event occurring at the end of every cadet training year. The ACR is a way for cadets to show improvements in drill, display skills (flag party and drill team), get awarded and promoted as well as graduate when they are of age. It is a mandatory event that all cadets must participate in. The hard work, dedication and time that has been put in by the Cadets, Staff and SSC (Squadron Sponsoring Committee) will be on display.

Location: Malvern Community Centre – Ice Rink

30 Sewells Road, Toronto ON 

Timings: Saturday 10 June 2023 at 1300 hrs 

*Note: (Cadets are requested to wear cadet-appropriate civilian attire in the morning and should bring their uniforms on a hanger. Lunch will be provided.) 

Civilians: The event will begin at 1330 hrs, but guests are requested to arrive at 1300 hrs for seating. Guests are asked to dress in business casual attire.  

If you have any questions, please feel free to send an email to  training@876air.ca


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What if you were told that there was a dynamic, structured youth program that offered Canadian youth a variety of interesting and challenging activities?

What if you were told that this same program developed in youth an increased level of self-confidence, self-esteem and self-awareness?

Cadets are motivated to improve their physical fitness, to work harder at their academic studies and to give back to their communities through volunteerism and citizenship activities.

The Cadet Program also has a direct impact on Canadian society as a whole. Cadets have the opportunity to take part in various leadership roles throughout the program. There is definite value in having well-rounded, community-minded, experienced young people who are ready to assume their places as tomorrow’s leaders and decision makers. - Government Of Canada

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"All I try to do, is to do a job and to do it well."

Lincoln MacCauley Alexander

Born January 21, 1922

Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Died October 19, 2012 (aged 90)

Hamilton, Ontario, Canada