Thank you for your interest in joining 283 Woodbridge Legion Air Cadet Squadron. Below you will find more information about the Air Cadet Program and How to become an Air Cadet at 283 Squadron.

Registration for the 2022/2023 Training Year is now CLOSED.
We are at Capacity.
Our Next Recruit Information & Enrollment Night will be the Fall of 2023

To Pre-Register please send an email to with the following information:

  • Full Name of your Son/Daughter
  • Birth Date/Year of your Son/Daughter
  • Parent(s) name
  • Phone number(s)
  • Preferred Email Address
  • City you live in. (example: Vaughan, Toronto, Brampton etc)

There will be a full presentation about the Royal Canadian Air Cadets and our Squadron date will be announced later.
**At Least ONE Parent or Legal Guardian Must Accompany The New Recruit on Our Information & Enrolment Night**

Every applicant must bring the following documents before they are permitted to participate in any activity.

  • The original and a copy of a valid Ontario Provincial Health Card (or equivalent Ontario Health Insurance)
  • Proof of identity (Canadian Passport, Canadian Birth Certificate, work or study visa issued by the Canadian Government, valid Canadian or Ontario identification card) and a PHOTO COPY of it.
  • When applicable, a copy of the relevant section of any court decree or judgment regarding legal guardian status.
  • When applicable, a copy of the relevant section of a court decree or judgment imposing restrictions or obligations.
  • Family Doctor’s Name, Address and Phone number
  • Alternate Emergency Contact – This is the name, address and phone number of somebody we can contact in case of an emergency and in the event that we can not contact the parent. This is usually a close friend or family member who does not live with you or does not usually travel with you.
  • Get Ready for …. Excitement!

If you’re 12 or older, want to meet friends and try something new, then Consider joining the Navy League until you are old enough to be an Air Cadet!

283 Squadron is funded at the national level by the Department of National Defence in partnership with the civilian Air Cadet League of Canada. The civilian sponsor requires local community support to meet its obligations that include accommodations, training aids and equipment and program enhancements not otherwise provided. Parents and Cadets are expected to participate in and contribute to fund raising as required by the Squadron Sponsoring Committee in whatever form or manner the Squadron Sponsoring Committee decides that fundraising may take.  The annual requirements will be discussed at the Recruit Information and Enrollment Night.  No cadet shall ever be turned away for financial need, as we encourage all youth to participate in the program.

Air Cadets learn about the traditions of the Royal Canadian Air Force, and participate in flight-related activities. Air Cadets have a chance to earn their civilian pilot licenses through the Air Cadet program.

Gliding is one of the more popular aspects of the Air Cadets and it provides a solid base for learning how to pilot more complicated aircraft.

Many Air Cadets go on to enjoy civilian flying careers, while others choose to pursue flying as an enjoyable life-long hobby.