Join Us

Congratulations on choosing to join 140 Aurora Squadron.  The Squadron has 28 years of successful training for hundreds of young men and women.  We're looking forward to welcoming you.

Here are some videos on the Air Cadet program.  Click on the link:

CTV Toronto

Rick Mercer

Col Hadfield

Registration is still open!

140 Aurora Squadron accepts new recruits throughout the year.  Below are the documents required for registration.  Please download and print all files and contact us at for information on submission.  A copy of the Health Card and Birth Certificate or Passport is required to join.

140 Aurora Squadron meets every Tuesday from 6:30 pm until 9:30 pm.  Training covers a whole range of subjects, including citizenship, aviation, sports, marksmanship and so much more.  

Weekly optional training on Thursdays includes Band, marksmanship, biathlon, drill team and more.

That doesn't include events like Gliding, Field Training Exercises and other events.  In the past we have visited Hamilton Warplane Museum, Billy Bishop Airport, and have travelled to Marine Corps Recruiting Base Parris Island, Washington and more.

Want to join?  Please download and print the files below.

Weekly Training

Mandatory Training


  • 140 Aurora Squadron parades (meets) weekly on Tuesdays during the school year, from 1830 hrs (6:30 pm) to 2130 hrs (9:30 pm) at Cardinal Carter Catholic School on Bloomington Sideroad in Aurora.
  • ​There are 5 levels of training in the cadet program.  Cadets progress through the levels on a yearly basis.
  • ​Training focuses on community involvement and good citizenship, drill,  survival training, aviation-related topics and leadership, among others.  Weekly attendance is mandatory, and a minimum of 60% average attendance is required in order to pass one's level.

Summer Training


  • Once our training year is done, summer training starts.
  • ​Cadets are eligible to apply for summer training courses ranging from General Training for Level 1 to survival training, fitness and sports training, drill and ceremonial training as well as aviation courses, both at basic and advanced levels.  Band/Music courses are also available.  
  • National courses like Glider and Power Pilot Scholarships, Advanced Aviation Technology courses, Advanced Aerospace, and International Cadet Exchange, are available for cadets who hold a high standard as a cadet and are chosen based on a number of factors.
  • More information on 2018 summer training will be available once the new training year begins.

Optional Training


  • In addition to weekly training on Tuesdays, 140 Aurora Squadron offers optional training on Thursdays.
  • Cadets may join the Band, participate in Biathlon and Marksmanship Training or Flag Party practice.
  • More information on optional training for the 2017-2018 training year will be available shortly.

Late Joiner Policy (pdf)


Air Cadet Dress Instructions 55-04 (pdf)


CATO_55-04-Annexe-A (pdf)


Conduct and Discipline - Cadets 15-22 (pdf)