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The Policy of the Navy League of Canada

The Policy of the Navy League of Canada

as formulated and adopted by the Navy League of Canada at the second annual meeting of the Dominion council, held in Victoria, on the eighth day of February, nineteen hundred and nineteen.

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Published by Dominion Educational Committee, Navy League of Canada in [Toronto] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Canada. -- Royal Canadian Navy.,
  • Great Britain -- Colonies -- Defenses.

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesCIHM/ICMH Microfiche series = CIHM/ICMH collection de microfiches -- no. 80568, Leaflet / Navy League of Canada. Dominion Educational Committee -- no. 11.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination1 microfiche (7 fr.)
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19022738M
    ISBN 100665805683

      After , the Royal Canadian Navy became one of the best anti-submarine warfare navies in the world. Royal Canadian Air Force squadrons in Coastal Command and in Canada accounted for 19 U-boat ‘kills’, while RCAF crews serving in Royal Air Force squadrons were involved in many more in the North Atlantic. Related products. Royal Canadian Navy. Navy League Cadets is a program for youth Boating, sports and music are just some of the fun activities Cadets can enjoy in an environment that emphasizes citizenship, teamwork and friendships. Royal Canadian Sea Cadets is a free civilian program for youth aged

    Provided by: The Navy League of Canada- Saskatchewan Division. View information about this organization. Print. Service Description. Delivers a dynamic program with a nautical theme for youth ages Youth are part of a team dedicated to promoting the physical and mental fitness of young men and women into the cadet program.   Chalk up another victory for the forces of political correctness. Last month the Navy League of Canada sent a letter to all its branches forbidding cadets from .

    The Navy League of Canada – Alberta Division provides support and oversight to two programs: The Navy League Cadet program for youth ages The Sea Cadet program for . From its earliest days, the Navy League has been an active organization including helping the government in formulating Canada's naval policy and establishing the Canadian Naval Service in In these early years, the Branches in Canada supported informally a youth training program aimed at encouraging young men towards a seafaring career.


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The Navy League of Canada is a civilian non-profit organization working in partnership with the Canadian Armed Forces to support the Royal Canadian Sea Cadet program. Volunteer-led, the Navy League independently operates the Navy League Cadet program and maintains an abiding interest in Canada’s maritime security through its Maritime Affairs.

The Navy League of Canada (French: Ligue navale du Canada) is a non-profit organization founded in and incorporated in Originally formed to promote maritime issues to Canadians, the Navy League is the non-governmental partner of the Department of National Defence and supports the Royal Canadian Sea Cadets program.

The Navy League also independently delivers the Navy League Country: Canada. The Navy League of Canada, (or known in French as - La Ligue navale du Canada) is a Non-For-Profit organization founded in and incorporated in Originally formed to promote maritime issues to Canadians, the Navy League is the non-governmental partner of the Department of National Defence in delivery of the Royal Canadian Sea Cadets program.

The Navy League is the sole sponsor of the Active: - Present. The Navy League of Canada is a volunteer organization founded in under federal charter, but tracing its origins to branches of the British Empire Navy League established in Canada from The league's central function is the promotion of Canada's maritime interests, and it has consistently supported expansion of the merchant marine.

The Navy League of Canada – Calgary Branch is a not for profit organization, which help various organizations to reach out to today’s children. Learn more. The Calgary Branch supports NLCC Captain Jackson for cadets aged years old and RCSCC Undaunted for cadets aged years old.

Navy League Elects Adm. John Richardson to Executive Committee. Retired 31st Chief of Naval Operations joins volunteer leadership governing board. Awarded by The Navy League of Canada (NLOC) in recognition of continues cadet service of at least four (4) years by deserving Royal Canadian Sea Cadets.

The authority for the SCSM shall be The Navy League of Canada. The medal will be recommended for issue by the Cadet Corps Commanding Officer and approved by the President.

SinceNavy League of Canada branches across Canada informally supported a youth training programme to encourage young men towards a seafaring career, and gave basic training in citizenship and seamanship. The Navy League Cadet programme started in for younger boys.

This was followed in by the Navy League. b) Navy League Officers and Cadets are to conduct themselves in a manner that brings credit to their Corps and The Navy League of Canada at all times while they are in Navy League uniform.

OCCASIONS WHEN UNIFORM WORN (NL 8) a) Navy League uniforms shall be worn: i. To, from, and at regular drills, parades or meetings; ii.

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Executive •VP Sea Cadets. The Navy League of Canada is a community-based, volunteer-led organization dedicated to developing the resourcefulness, vitality and leadership of young Canadians through an appreciation of our great naval traditions The Ottawa Branch, as a member of the Navy League of Canada, is a partner with the Department of National Defence in sponsoring.Navy League of Canada Net Learn.

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Please stay 'tuned' and keep 'watch'! Cdr (NL) Larry Richardson, April2, HISTORY (NAVY LEAGUE) • The Navy League of Canada was established in • Initially, groups of citizens, in cities around the British Empire, who were interested in maritime trade and naval defence.

• In Canada The Navy League advised the government on naval issues and assisted in the formation of the Royal Canadian Navy in •.