Welcome to 351 Silver Star Squadron!

Summer Training 2019

Joining Instructions:
Joining Instructions for all cadets
- Blackdown
- Trenton
- Connaught
- Mountainview
- Staff cadet

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

The Cadet Summer Training High School Credit program enables Central Region cadets participating in certain cadet summer training activities to earn up to two secondary school co-op credits. To be eligible, a cadet must be a registered student at any Ontario Ministry of Education recognized secondary school, must have already completed some secondary school credits (preferably including Career Studies – GLC 20), and must be accepted to one of the following summer training activities at a CTC in Ontario: Staff Cadet, any six-week course, any three-week course, or GPS/ Advanced Aerospace Course in St-Jean QC.

The cadet summer training activity is conducted as normal. To earn credit, cadets must complete some pre-course activities, perform some daily/weekly recording (journaling, log, Blog, personal reflections…) and submit a final project/presentation (power point presentation or similar). While some support will be offered by CTC staff, cadets are responsible for all coop program work and assignments, which must be completed in their free time.

Once cadets are selected and accept an offer of participation, they can apply for the co-op program separately through the UCDSB website.

Summer Training application period has passed.

Back-fills will commence once the original applications have been loaded. Cadets interested in the wait-list can submit a late application.

- Air Cadet Summer Training Opportunities (2019)

CTC brochures:
- Trenton CTC
- Blackdown CTC
- AATC Canadore
- Connaught CTC
- Mountain View CFTC

Staff Cadet 2019

Staff Cadet application period has passed.

National Course 2019

National courses are scholarship courses for Level 3+ cadets with a selection process. Application period has passed.
National course handbook (2019)
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.

Spring Gliding June 9 (AM)
21 May 19
351 will have an additional spring gliding day June 9 at Markham CFS. Parental drop off and pickup at Markham Airport is required.

- Check Warning Order
- Sign up for activity
- Check Nominal Roll (Coming soon...)
- Submit signed permission form (in warning order) once selected on nominal roll.

Each cadet should attend one glider flight each year as part of their aviation training.
* Cadets who have been on a glider flight this training year may be placed on waitlist until closer to the activity date.
Expires: 10 June 19
Squadron / team photos
16 May 19
Squadron and team photos are available to order now, until Thu 23 May. See Photo Order Slip for more details and return to the SSC desk.
Expires: 6 Jun 19
Awards Dining-In
15 May 19
351 Awards Dining-In 2019-Early Bird Ticket Sales Extended Until May16,2019

13th Change of Command Ceremony
26 Apr 19
351 will hold it's 13th Change of Command Ceremony on Thursday 6 Jun 2019 at Markham Village Arena.

Cadets to arrive in C-1 at 1830 hrs.

Parents and friends are invited to attend. Please be seated by 1900 hrs.
Dress: DEU 1A or Business Dress

Expires: 6 Jun 19
Individual Photos 2019
23 Apr 19
Individual photos are now available. Details here (username / password same as nominal roll).
Expires: 1 Jun 19
32nd Annual Ceremonial Review Parade
03 Apr 19
351 will hold it's 32nd Anniversary Ceremonial Review Parade on Sunday 2 Jun 2019 at Angus Glen Community Centre (West Arena).

This is a mandatory parade for all cadets. Cadets shall arrive at 0830 hrs (sharp) in civilian clothing; to change into C-1 after morning practice. Lunch is provided. Dismissal approx 1530 hrs after completing tear down.

Parents and friends are invited to attend. Please be seated by 1230 hrs.
Dress: DEU 1A or Business Dress

Expires: 2 Jun 19


There is currently NO supply night scheduled. Please check back again later.

Initial kitting appointments are usually held Monday or Tuesday evenings.


Cadets now have the ability to submit uniform size exchange requests on the Dashboard (go to the bottom of the Dashboard and click Exchange). Cadet with ill-fitting uniform parts can submit a request for a size that fits.

Tunics and parkas ordered in Nov 2018 are still backordered from the supplier.
Parka availability is contingent on rate of return. Priority is to cadets appearing in public.

Dress Regulations

Cadets no longer with the squadron should return their washed uniform on supply or parade night 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)
   16 Sep
- Mandatory FTX (1 of 2 weekends)
   12-14 Oct / 10-12 May
- Marksmanship Day (1 of 2 days)
   17 / 18 Nov
- Tagging days
  (2 half-day shifts each weekend)
   Fall: 19-21 Oct
   Spring: 12-14 Apr
- Remembrance Day Parade
   10 Nov
- Santa Claus Parade
   24 Nov
- Annual Review
   2 Jun

- Other mandatory training as announced in the year

Attendance is strictly required.

Gliding Days

Cadets get an intro flight in a glider, learn about flying, and have some outdoor sports fun.
- 30 Sep, 21 / 28 Oct
- 21 / 28 Apr, 19 May

All cadets should attend at least 1 gliding day each year.