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709 Cadet Corps History

The 709 Cadet Corps was formed on September 1, 1957 and was known as the 8th Signal Regiment Cadet Corps. It was sponsored and affiliated with the 8th Signal Regiment, Royal Canadian Signals. The first Commanding Officer was Major T.G. Markham. Effective April 1, 1965 the corps was designated the Toronto Signal Regiment Cadet Corps. On April 12, 1972 the Corps became known as Toronto Communication Regiment Cadet and officially renamed the 709 Toronto Communication Cadet Corps on May 13, 2007.
Since inception, this cadet corps has received the generous service and support from the 709 Toronto Communication Regiment & Family.

For more information on the 709 Cadet Corps, please visit http://www.709cadets.ca/

2250 Royal Canadian Army Cadets

2250 The Muskoka Pioneers was formed on 1 April 1994 in Bracebridge, Ontario. The number 2250 is accorded to the corps to perpetuate army cadet history in Bracebridge. The sponsor of the corps is Branch 161 Royal Canadian Legion, Bracebridge. The affiliated unit is 700 Communications Squadron, CFB Borden
For more information, please visit http://www.armycadets.ca/index.php

Our cadet corps fundraising activities include Tag Days and dinners. Your support is greatly appreciated. 


For more information on The Royal Canadian Army Cadets,  please visit http://www.cadets.ca/