Who are we?
NLCC Carinthia is a Navy League of Canada cadet corps. The Navy League Cadet program is funded and operated by the Navy League of Canada — a civilian organization that aims to help young Canadians learn life skills including citizenship, leadership and teamwork. There are more than 3,500 Navy League Cadets active in 102 communities across Canada.
Parents! You are a crucial part of the Navy League organization. Once you read this page, refer to our parent handbook for more information.
Cadets! If you’re between 9 – 12 years old, you can come make new friends as a Navy League Cadet. Get more information on joining here. The Navy League Program is a great place to make new friends and do things you wouldn’t get to do anywhere else.
The Newmarket Branch! Is composed of enthusiastic individuals that provide oversight and fundraising assistance over the program. Click here to find out more about them and our sponsors.
Navy League Officers and Volunteers! Deliver the program and ensure a safe and interesting experience for all cadets.
Where are we?
On regular parade nights, we are found at the Newmarket Optimist Club (55 Forhan Dr, Newmarket, ON L3Y 3X6).
When do we meet?
We usually meet every Thursday between 6:30pm and 9:00pm. We often meet for additional training (teams), camps, and events. To make sure you get the date and time right, refer to the NLCC Carinthia Calendar.
What do we do?
- Weekly Parades & Training
- Weekend Excursions & Camps
- Seamanship & Semaphore
- Drill & First Aid
- Sports & Fitness
- Social Gatherings
- Special Events
- Community Service
The Navy League of Canada – Newmarket Branch received its warrant to operate NLCC Carinthia as a Navy League cadet corps on the 23rd of February 1977. A copy of the original signed warrant appears to the right.
What else is there to know?
We are not a military program. The Navy League of Canada is a civilian organization. Our cadet program uses a naval theme as a platform to develop good citizenship, leadership, a sense of duty, self-discipline, teamwork, healthy living and respect for others.
Participation in weekly training nights is free. To help fund programs and cover the costs of uniforms, cadets and their parents are required to participate in fundraising activities. Some optional trips or events may have additional costs. Cadet uniforms are provided on loan by The Navy League of Canada. Cadets are required to maintain their uniforms and return them when they leave the program.