Proud to announce the launch of new components to our web presence here, in support of my commitment to ensuring cadet corps and squadrons have the resources to remain connected and engaged during the summer months, as well as into the future.
Proud to announce the launch of new components to our web presence on https://t.co/MXWWHTji7O, in support of my commitment to ensuring cadet corps and squadrons have the resources to remain connected and engaged during the summer months, as well as into the future. pic.twitter.com/Vx8AWc6Lgl
The year 2020 marks the 75th anniversary of the Battle of the Atlantic. On the first Sunday of May, we commemorate those who made the ultimate sacrifice. In light of COVID-19, we at the Navy League of Canada - Alberta Division invite everyone to share this year's tribute online.
Public speaking is an important and valuable life skill. Here at the Navy League of Canada - Alberta Division, we pride ourselves in promoting public speaking at all ages. With the push towards an online platform, we have transposed our traditional delivery methods and are excited to present this course online for the benefit of all cadets, families and friends.
Videos in production First of three videos launching April 10, 2020, 9 PM MST! Videos 2 & 3 double header watch party on April 18, 2020, 7:00pm MST/7:30pm MST.
Stay tuned for updated details!
This is an open invitation to all Navy League or Sea Cadets and Officers across Canada. The Media Team of Alberta Division would like your help in contributing to a video to show our appreciation to the brave front line workers who put their lives forward to help us all get through this COVID-19 emergency.
Have you ever wondered about what historical role the HMCS Sackville played?
HMCS Sackville is Canada’s oldest warship. This Naval Memorial and National Historic Site was a combat veteran of the
Second World War. She is the last of Canada’s 123 corvettes, one of many convoy escort vessels built in Canada and
the United Kingdom during the war. She played a pivotal role in winning the Battle of the Atlantic
and holds a special place in Canadian naval history and heritage.
Find the following people. (Bonus Easter Egg Hidden) *Download PDF for better quality*
Want your corps crest hidden on the next activity? Send a PNG file of your crest to firstname.lastname@example.org with a quick message detailing which division, branch or corps you belong to. This invitation is open to all Navy League Divisions, Branches and Corps Canada wide!