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In Person Training Paused

The recent announcement from Premier Kenny regarding the new COVID-19 restrictions will be applying to in person training for cadets. Effective Friday November 13th, no in person training will be conducted. This includes Thursday parade nights and Sunday Marksmanship practices. All Thursday training will continue virtually only until January. Marksmanship will be paused for 2 weeks and then re-evaluated. Cadets are encouraged to stay current in their star level groups and Marksmanship group as we move forward. Stay safe!

Remembrance Day

This year's Remembrance Day may not be the same as it has been in past years but that should not stop us from taking the time to remember. Thanks to MCpls Becker T and Becker L as well as Cpl Becker, here are some suggestions on what you can do instead:

One thing you can do is donate to the Veterans Association Foodbank, or even a cash donation. (


Another way could be to watch a world war documentary or a historically accurate film with your family. Global Edmonton is broadcasting a 30 minute program for No Stone Left Alone at 10:30am.

You can also take the time to visit one of the many fields of honour found in various cemeteries around the city and give your thanks and Remembrance to a veteran buried there. 

You can also check out the blog posted by Captain Pederson. 

In Person  Classroom Training Starts November 5th

We are happy to report that we have been approved to begin in person training. Classes will be instructed using a hybrid model starting November 5th. A maximum of 5 Cadets per star level will be selected for attendance in person. Check out the blog for more information on the differences between in person and virtual training. 

Cadets selected for in person classroom training must have completed their COVID-19 Awareness training (see below) and their Annual Validation Form (for returning cadets) prior to November 1.

Be sure to have read the COVID Aide de memorie so you understand how training has changed. In addition, keep an eye on the blog page for information for those attending in person and what to expect when you arrive at the corps.

Unable to attend training?

Are you uncomfortable attending in person training? Are you missing the resources needed to attend virtual training? Current cadets that are unable to attend in person or virtually due to unique personal circumstances can contact the cadet corps about retaining their membership at the unit and completing lessons through an independent learning program. Arrangements are on a case by case basis.

COVID-19 Awareness Training


ALL cadets must complete COVID-19 Awareness Training

1. Create a personal account under Cadet/Parent Login (if you completed any of the cadet training in the spring/summer it’s the same login)
2. Find Civilian tab
3. Complete COVID Awareness training
4. Complete COVID Awareness evaluation
5. Save your certificate as a PDF or take a screenshot so your name appears on it
6. Send it to

This is the non-official website of the 2051 Royal Canadian Army Cadet Corps. This website in no way should be understood to officially represent DND or the CF.

​Created with  2018       2051 19th Alberta Dragoons Parents' Committee.