Seniors Weekend

Date: Friday, April 26 to Saturday, April 27 2019

Senior cadets involved in the Seniors Weekend are to come with the following items and be prepared to learn.

Cadets are to have air mattress/cot, sleeping bag, pillow, hygiene kits, and clothes. Clothes are to include, appropriate sleep wear for the evening, PT kit, and a changes of clothes for Saturday.

Learning kit to include, pens, pencils, markers, pencil crayons, notebook with lined and blank paper (binder).

If you want to bring your lab top or chrome books you can, however the staff are not responsible for any lost or stolen electronic devices.

Cadets are to bring a refillable water bottle with their name on it. It is kindly requested if cadets can bring snacks for the weekend, preferably healthy food choices.

If parents of cadets attending wanted to donate snack items it would be greatly appreciated.

Breakfast and Lunch are provided.

Any question contact Training Officer 2Lt Gibbons on Wednesday training nights.

822 Squadron Search & Rescue (SAR) Activity Permission Form Due for Guelph EMS

By returning the attached permission form, the cadet is allowed to participate in 822 Squadrons Search & Rescue programs off site training activity on Monday evening 1845-2015 hrs unless otherwise noted. The form acknowledges parent/guardian permission, as well as permission from the Commanding Officer of the cadets’ home corps/squadron.

The Search and Rescue team will be participating in an off site training activity on Monday March 18, 2019 from 1845 hours to 2015 hours,  The training activity will be conducted at Guelph-Wellington Emergency Medical Services Headquarters located at 160 Claire Road West in Guelph. Ontario.

Parents: On Monday, March 18, 2019 the Search and Rescue team will be meeting at Guelph EMS and not the squadron. Please drop off and pick up at the back of the Guelph EMS (Guelph-Wellington Emergency Medical Services Headquarters located at 160 Claire Road West in Guelph. Ontario).

The training session will focus around EMS responsibilities in a Search and Rescue situation, training requirements for responders and presentations of Canadian Forces members within the first responder community.

Cadets are to bring the signed consent form back to 2Lt Gibbons A.S.A.P.

The day of the activity cadets are to bring pen, pencil, notebook and a refillable water bottle with their name on it.

Dress for the training session is either tour dress or operational dress(combats).

This attached form below will be kept on file for emergency contact purposes only.

The officer in charge (OIC) of 822’s SAR program is 2Lt. S. Gibbons.

For emergencies 2Lt Gibbons can be reached at 519-465-3875 (cell).

For other inquiries 2Lt Gibbons email is

Parents – This form is yours to keep.

822 Squadron Search and Rescue (SAR) Activity Permission Form – [Download]

Captain B. Wilson
Commanding Officer
822 Squadron
Cadet Youth Development Centre
14-4881 Fountain St N.
Breslau, ON    N0B 1M0