Stakeholders in Partnership (SIP)

Stakeholders in Partnership

Program Details

The Stakeholders In Partnership (SIP) program is a communication tool to bring the Stakeholders (parents, well wishers, community groups, and the public) together and engage positively with the Commanding Officer of the Corps.  This allows for positive communication, developing reachable goals, provide insights into corps operations, pool interested persons to support the unit, and engage with broadening the corps influence in a positive way.


Primary Stakeholders

Navy League of Canada

Department of National Defence / Canadian Armed Forces

Community Stakeholders

Royal Canadian Legion – Branch 418

Royal Canadian Legion – Branch 24

Royal Canadian Legion – Branch 350

Lincoln and Welland Regiment

Personal Stakeholders

Parents (Families)

Volunteering with the Canadian Cadet Organizations

Are you interested in volunteering with the Cadet Corps?  Looking to make a difference in the community?  Volunteering might be for you!

To become a volunteer, there is a process that everyone must go through:

  • Interview with the Commanding Officer;
  • Have a resume that details relevant information;
  • Successfully pass a Vulnerable Sector Screening – Police Check;
  • Complete all the forms (packages available from the Commanding Officer)
  • Have time to volunteer.