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Canadian Cadet Organizations

Last modified: 2002-03-02 by phil nelson
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Canadian Cadet League

I don't know if this has been posted, but on the 25th anniversary of the Army Cadet League, the Minister of National Defense prsented a new flag to the Army Cadet League. The flag is described as:

Argent two swords in saltire Argent fimbriated Gules hilted and pommelled Or surmounted by a maple leaf Gules veined Or all within an orle of twelve maple leaves stems inward Gules.

The white shield bearing a central maple leaf with crossed swords symbolizes a central Canadian entity for the military, the smaller maple leaves show singleness of purpose at the branch level.

Photo of the presentation ceremony is located at
for the artistically gifted.
Phil Nelson - August 1998

Royal Canadian Sea Cadets

[Royal Canadian Sea Cadets]
by Christophe T. Stevenson

The first Ensign of the RCSC was a white flag with a Union Jack Canton with the insignia of the RCSC at the fly. With the creation of the Canadian National Flag in 1965, the ensign changed to include the Maple Leaf flag to replace the Union Jack.
Christophe T. Stevenson, 9 February 2001
Ex-Coxswain of the RCSCC 223 Longueull

Original ensign
[Royal Canadian Sea Cadets]
by Christophe T. Stevenson

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