Royal Canadian Air Cadets

Join us on Tuesday's at 6:15pm
105 Wyandotte St., Orillia, ON
PO. Box 901
Orillia On
L3V 6K8 





Regular Training night at Squadron Tuesday

Winter Dress 



Thank You to all who brought in bottles, we will have another night set up Mar 26th at the

Squadron for any people who were not able to drop off or have more to offer.

So again, please round up any refundable bottles and bring them with you on the 26th.

Thank You 



Stay tuned! 

Work is being conducted as we speak on a

New Reformatted Website

Until such time as the new site is introduced

this site will continue to be updated with events and activities




Our 2018 - 2019

Training Year 

We have an exciting year ahead at 99 Lynx Squadron. Here are just a few highlights:
  • New Command Staff
    Exciting New Training Syllabus for 2018/2019 training year
  • Fully operational and supervised Band
  • Fully operational and supervised Air Rifle Range 
  • Overnight Weekend Gliding Exercises
  • Weekend Excersises
  • Prestigious Drill Team

Interesting Links

You Tube Video

The attached You Tube link is a wonderful depiction of our Cadets at the 2010 Remembrance Day Ceremonies

Snowbirds Wow Cadets


Air Cadet to Astronaut

The Ultimate aspiration of an Air Cadet
Col. Chris Hadfield
Follow this link to read about a Canadian Hero who started his career in aviation as an Air Cadet from Milton Ontario...
Gliding Information
for Parents and cadets

Information for Parents Gliding.docx






Looking for some serious FUN?


Orillia's 99 Lynx Air Cadets Squadron is looking for young people who want to do something different.  If you are 12 or more years old, this might be for you.  Uniforms and training are supplied free, and activities including gliding, summer courses, camping weekends, and more are usually free as well.
 As you learn, you advance. Ranks are based on those of Canada's Air Force, and the program is run jointly by the Department of National Defence and the Air Cadet League of Canada.
The aims are leadership, citizenship, fitness, and an interest in Canada's aviation heritage and industry.  If you have what it takes, you can train to be a glider or a power pilot, and earn your wings at no cost to you.
This is not a recruiting organization and there is no obligation to join the military.
Parents are required to help raise funds to cover activity costs that are not paid by DND. A $60.00 annual registration is assessed per Cadet.  Assistance is available.  
About Us

  Event Calendar

2018 - 2019 Cadet Calendar Year

Upcoming Events at a Glance

(See Events Calendar for details)


  • 05 Mar - ODAS
  • 05 Mar - Bottle Drive
  • 09 Mar - Intake Night for Trip
  • 10 - 15 Mar - Washington Trip
  • 26 Mar Bottle drive (part 2)

CO's Notice Board

Parents are asked to contact


if they wish to contact an officer

about an ongoing Event


Scholarship Information

for Cadets Graduating/Retiring

The following attachments may be of interest to Cadets who are graduating or retiring this June.

ACC64 Rev Dec 2016.pdf

ACC64F Rev Dec 2016.pdf

ACC65 Jazz Scholaships_Feb2017.pdf

ACC65F Bourses Jazz_Fev2017.pdf

National Courses


National Courses Handbook 2018 - Cadets and Parents_V2 Dec 20.pdf



Specialty Teams


Our Band practices every Thursday night from 1830 - 2030. The band participates in local parades and various competitions throughout the year. Cadets are encouraged to consider joining the band if they are interested.

Drill Team

Our Drill team will be starting soon. Our Drill Team will also be participating in competitions throughout the year. Again, cadets are encouraged to consider joining this prestigious team.

Range Team

Our Range Team for 2018/19 will be starting soon, All Cadets are welcome to try out for the team and a Junior and Senior Team will be picked from those who come out.  Our Range Team practices each Sunday from 1230 - 1530 hrs


Volunteer Hours

Cadets are reminded to obtain the appropriate forms from their school and bring them in for Capt Cousens or the Admin Officer to sign off for any hours they wish to be considered. NOTE - ALL VOLUNTEER HOURS MUST BE SIGNED OFF WITHIN 90 DAYS!



Dress Codes

For all references to Dress Codes and exactly what to wear, please refer to the link below.


Washington Trip.

Please see below links for details

on the Washington Trip

Kit List

and Newsletter

have been updated!

Kit List.docm

Washington Newsletter 2.doc

Informed Parental Consent Waiver.doc

Washington 2019.ppt

Washington Newsletter.doc


Registration Fees

Due to increase financial demands we have had to increase our registration fees to $60.00

Our Annual Ticket sales is now $60.00 also.

This combined $120.00 goes towards all the squadrons yearly activities and the Squadron Sponsoring Committee takes great care to keep these costs to an absolute minimum.  We appreciate your attention to having these funds paid as soon as possible so we can ensure all our activities can be arranged in a timely manner.

Call All - Notices
Anyone needing to change or add their information for the Call outs please contact Mr Bertram at







Cadet Sign up Link

Use this link to sign up for upcoming Events





Joining Instructions

Follow this link to see detailed instructions on Joining our Cadet Program.

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Joining Instruction for web (2).docx


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