Welcome to 351 Silver Star Squadron!

Summer Program 2021

Cadet Activity Program (LAST CALL TO SIGN UP)

The Cadet Activity Program (CAP) aims to provide a local, non-overnight, 5-day summer training experience to cadets.

Sample activities
- Biathlon (Run & Shoot)
- CAF Familiarization / Guest Presenter
- Ceremonial (Rope work / Make a Lanyard)
- Elemental Skills Competition
- Indoor Sports Tabloid
- Marksmanship
- Orienteering
- STEM Activities


Aurora: Aurora Legion (105 Industrial Parkway North, Aurora, ON L4G 4C4)

Stouffville: Stouffville Legion (150 Mostar Street, Whitchurch-Stouffville, ON L4A 0Y2) and/or
YRP Community Safety Village (3291 Stouffville Road, Whitchurch-Stouffville, ON L4A 7X5)

Brampton: Brampton Armoury (2 Chapel Street, Brampton, ON L6W 2H1)

Time: 0800 - 1600
Transportation: by parents

Late applications being accepted
Dates for Summer 2021
- 2 Aug - 6 Aug (Aurora location)
- 9 Aug - 13 Aug (Aurora location)
- 16 Aug - 20 Aug (Brampton location)
- 23 Aug - 27 Aug (Stouffville location)
(Nominal Roll will not be posted. Cadets will be confirmed individually.)

It is expected plans for in-person activities remain fluid and cancellations will be accepted in the future. The CAP will run in accordance to public health measures which may include cancellations close to the dates.

Virtual Summer Course

Virtual Cadet summer training courses

Individual course info sheets

- Cadets can only take one course at a time (i.e., course date do not overlap)
- Cadets may apply, and possibly be selected, for multiple courses
- Limited billets available and will be prioritized based on demand and cadets' merit
- Standby cadets can be loaded up to 1-week prior to the start date

Application period has passed. Application continue to open for possible backfills.

High School Credit Opportunity for Cadet Summer Training (Co-op)

Who is Eligible?
-All cadets who are residents of Ontario and attending secondary school in Ontario *Cadets must already have earned at least one high school credit to participate.
- Cadets attending either a virtual CTC course, or Summer CAP

Upon completion of summer training, as well as co-op assignments, cadets will be granted up to 2 high school credits.

Although the program is run in partnership with the Upper Canada District School Board (UCDSB) cadets do not need to be from UCDSB, nor will they become UCDSB students. Cadets from any Ontario school board can participate. They remain students of their own board. A report card will be mailed to the cadet and their main school upon successful completion, where the school will then enter the credit on the cadet’s transcript. UCDSB will provide and assign participating cadets with a co-op teacher for the summer semester.

Registration form and additional information

Completed form to be submitted to summercourse[at]351silverstar.com for approval.

Deadline: 25 Jun 21.

Staff Cadets

Staff cadet applicants may continue to submit applications:
- Application form
- You may provide course preference however they are not guaranteed

SC/CC-CTC(V) Alpha
SC/CC-CTC(V) Bravo (French only)
SC/CC-CTC(V) Charlie
IT SMC (MS Teams) Support Cadet

The 351 Silver Star Royal Canadian Air Cadet Squadron is located in the vibrant community of Unionville, within the City of Markham, Ontario.

The Cadet program provides a dynamic and structured activity to Canadian youth. To find out more about our squadron, please visit our FAQ and About Us pages.

If you are between the age of 12 to 18 and are interested in joining us, please visit our Join page. Feel free to visit one of our Thursday training nights. to see what we are all about!

All of our cadet activities are supervised by screened adults. In order to continue to provide a safe and encouraging environment for our cadets, we need your help. Many of our staffs are parents of cadets with no previous experience. Contact us now to get involved.

Visit these pages to find out more.

Join as a CIC Officer
Join as a Civilian Instructor
Join as a Civilian Volunteer

We rely on local supporters in many ways to help run the squadron smoothly. Please visit the supporters page to see how you can contribute to our success.

Squadron stand down period 1 Jul - 31 Aug
30 Jun 21
As with all cadet units, 351 will enter stand down period from 1 Jul to 31 Aug.

During this time, summer activities (i.e VCTC & CAP) will be conducted by the region. The Summer Course Officer will handle applications and cancellations.

The Supply Officer will handle exchanges and remaining Level 1 uniforms starting in Aug.

The Admin Officer will send out annual verification forms for existing cadets late Aug.

Recruiting info for 2021-22 will be posted mid Aug. Registration for new joiners opens early Sep.

Check the website from time to time during this period for other updates.

Stay safe and hope to see all of you in the fall!
Expires: 1 Sep 21
Summer 2021 (Last Call)
7 May 21

⬅ Cadet Activity Program (CAP) 2021 located on the left column of the website.

Late applications being accepted.

⬅ Summer Course 2021 and co-op opportunity located on the left column of the website.

Summer course backfill is on-going.
Co-op deadline: 25 Jun.
Expires: 15 Aug 21


Cadets with with ill-fitting uniform parts can submit requests for exchange for a size that fits from the dashboard: Click Exchange at the bottom of the dashboard under Supply.
Make sure your dress is up to standard before the new training year.

Dress Regulations

Cadets no longer with the squadron should return their washed uniform on supply and include the return form.

Mandatory Training

Mandatory trainings are required to advance a cadet's career and include:

- NCO development (Level 3 and up)
- New joiner day
- Aircrew Survival (FTX) (1 of 2 days)
- Marksmanship Day (1 of 2 days)
- Tagging days
  (2 half-day shifts each weekend)
   Weekend 1: TBD
   Weekend 2: TBD
- Remembrance Day Parade
- Santa Claus Parade
- Annual Review

- Other mandatory training as announced in the year

Additional Contacts for Help

Kids Help Phone
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CF Member Assistance Program
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