Navy League Cadets get to do a lot of fun, interesting activities, in an environment that emphasises teamwork. The Navy League Cadet Program is a great place to make friends and do things you wouldn't get to do anywhere else.
The Royal Canadian Sea Cadets is a youth program delivered in partnership by The Navy League of Canada and the Department of National Defence. The Sea Cadet program is an exciting program that provides opportunities and challenges relevant for today's youth.
Since 1895, The Navy League of Canada has been concerned with the prosperity of Canada’s agricultural, industrial, and business sectors, in generating economic expansion as facilitated by good marine transportation, maritime safety and protection, and trade facilities, as well as contributing to the assurance that we will always have a relevant and sustainable Navy – ready and able.
Visit this section of the website to find all material that is necessary for members of the Navy League. From official forms and publications to best practices, the Navy League Member’s section has what you need.
The Navy League of Canada was established in 1895 to promote an interest in Maritime Affairs generally throughout Canada.Today, The Navy League of Canada has a presence in over 260 Canadian communities. Our youth programs benefit 15,000 young Canadians every year, and we continue to grow.
At 21 years of age, Hailey McIntyre is on track to becoming the Prince Rupert Port Authority’s first female Captain and she credits the Royal Canadian Sea Cadets for her...Read More »
Good Afternoon Members of the Board and Navy League of Canada: In the last 2 days, we have received a number of emails and letters from some who are angry and upset...Read More »
In March 2012, our Corps and Branch hosted another Sea Cadet Corps from Peterborough Ontario as part of the ICE (Inter Corps Exchange) program. Unfortunately, due to...Read More »