Welcome to 1292 Army Cadet Corps Web Site


Regular Training Night/ACR Practice

Dress: FTU's (or white shirt/black pants) for cadets

Cadets are reminded to bring a water bottle for hydration, a notebook and pen/pencil for classroom work.

If cadets are not able to attend any parade night or activity they signed up for are to contact the Orderly Room at (403) 410-2320 Ext 3926 or 1292Army@cadets.gc.ca


1830-2100 hrs
Dress: Civilians



26-28 May at CFB Edmonton

The cadets of 1292 have been invited to attend a fun filled weekend with the soldiers and officers of the Regiment. We have been very fortunate to be able to have a fantastic relationship with the Regiment as one of 6 Army Cadet Corps affiliated with the LdSH.
Sign up sheets have been posted and cadet waiver forms have been handed out. The sign up sheets and waivers will still be available this coming Thursday night. Here is a link for the waiver form:

Cadet Waiver Form  

Drop off point: Gen Sir Arthur Currie Building (our LHQ)
Date: 26 May 17        Time: 1800 hrs 
Dress on the Bus: Civilians
Dress for the weekend: FTUs

What to Pack:
- Sleeping Bag
- PT gear (sweats/sweatshirt, t-shirt, socks and runners)

- Ablutions kit (aka shower kit) w/towel if wishing to shower
- Warm jacket, toque & gloves
- Refillable water bottle

- Spending money for visit to Canex (Regimental Kit Shop)

Pick Up Point:
Gen Sir Arthur Currie Building (our LHQ)
Date: 28 May 17        Time: 1530 hrs (to be confirmed) 

If you have any questions please feel free to contact 2Lt King or Lt Williams at 1292army@cadets.gc.ca



The Year End Mess Dinner will be held on Saturday, June 10, 2017, directly after the ACR. Due to the size of our Corp and the facility, this will be a Cadet only dinner. We will require a $20 deposit for each dinner ticket to assure attendance. This will be refunded to the Cadet at the dinner if the Cadet attends, or forfeited if he/she does not attend.

Transportation to the dinner for the Cadets will be provided by the Corp from the ACR/ASU. Parents will then be required to pick their Cadet up at 19:30 (7:30 pm) at the Fraternal Order of Eagles Lodge, 9305 5 St. SE (Acadia).

Tickets will be available from the Parents Support Society on Thursday evenings up to June 1st, 2017.

Questions can be directed to the Support Society team on Thursday nights or via email at  1292rcacc.parents@gmail.com


1292 RCACC Challenge Coins are here

The above coin is 1292's new challenge coin. These coins are one of a kind, and are individually numbered. They are now available for sale at $25 each, you will be given the lowest possible number on a first come basis. Contact Lt Zane Williams at 1292armycadets@gmail.com to arrange your purchase of this coin.



We have started to receive Camp Offer forms. The cadets with offers will be contacted by the Admin Officer with details. This was Round 1 and we had 34 Offers. We anticipate a few more offers in Rounds 2 & 3. We will keep the cadets and parents informed as they come out.

Info on Summer Training:

Summer Training Course Descriptions Brochure

Advanced Summer Training Course and Exchanges Brochure

Summer Training Application Form - WORD Format

Summer Training Application Form - PDF Format


1292 RCACC Clothing Sales

Clothing is available to be ordered through the Support Society.

Intermittently through the year Members of the Support Society will be collecting forms and payments on Parades on Thursday and during Canteen breaks.

Questions can be directed to the Support Society at 1292rcacc.parents@gmail.com


Events & Achievements


This past weekend the 1292 Drill team travelled up to CFB Edmonton to participate in the Annual Kozar Cup Drill Competition that the Army Cadet League of Canada (Alberta) hosted. 

The RO for the competition was LCol Richard Palfrey and Mrs. Dolores Kozar was in attendance.

The team competed against 3 other teams from across Alberta under the LSTF Drill Competition format. The team worked very hard to build off of their excellent performance at the Spielman Cup held in March. The competition was very close as the teams performed very well. The 1292 team put on an amazing show of drill and in the end were named as the Top Team of the competition and were awarded the Kozar Cup by Mrs. Kozar.

In addition to the team win, the 1292 Drill Team Commander (WO Salomons) and 2IC (Sgt Skarbo) were named the MWO Freddie Bootle Top Drill Team Commander Trophy. This year both the IC and 2IC were judged as a team during the competition. This is the 3rd time in 4 years that this award has gone to the 1292 Drill Team Commander.

Another award was handed out to Troop O'Connell as the Best Dressed Cadet for 1292.

The Staff, parents, cadets in the Corps and the Corps friends are all proud of them and congratulate the team on their hard work paying off and their excellent representation of the Corps during this years Drill Competitions.


May 12-14 - NAV FTX
May 19-22 - May Long Weekend
May 26-28 - Strathcona Concentration Weekend
June 2-4 - Adventure Training FTX
June 10 - ACR & Award Dinner
June 16 - Last Parade Night of 2016-2017 year
July 10 - Summer Camp starts for 6 week courses

Army Cadet Motto:
Acer Acerpori: “As the maple, so the sapling”