Welcome to NLCC Vice Admiral Kingsmill       


      Navy League       Cadet Corps

Mailing Address / Uniform exchanges:

CFRB Dow's Lake
79 Prince of Wales Dr
Ottawa ON K1A 0K2


Phone:  (613) 995 6287

We meet Every Sunday afternoon starting at 1:00pm

at CFRB Dow's Lake

Commanding Officer


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 Welcome to the NLCC Vice Admiral Kingsmill Web site!

Please check this page often for upcoming events, activities, and new photos





Those cadets not returning are asked to return their entire uniform except for badges they earned.  Rank slip-ons need to be returned as well as any outstanding parkas.  Departing cadets may keep their ball caps.


Any Sunday during training times.


Cadets should expect to be free from bullies, teasing or other manners of harassment and abuse.  Cadet Harassment and Abuse Recognition and Management information can be found in our Resource section. For additional information regarding CHARM, our CHARM Officer A/Slt Loney will be able to assist you.  If you have a problem, let someone know.


Corps Activities

Upcoming Events

Current Week

Sunday September 28 - No cadet training


NB: Next event for cadets is on Saturday October 4 (TAG DAY). Cadets are to arrive at Dow's Lake on October 4 at 0800. Help from parents is gratefully accepted. Parents who are able to drive can pre-register for a TAG DAY site. See below for more info: 


Letter to parents about Oct 4th TAG DAY

Driver's Escort  Information



Next regular cadet training is on Sunday October 5.



Look at our online photo album filled with pictures from camp, sporting events, and parades:

Latest update: September 22, 2014

Click on Photo to view photos


You can also visit our Blog at: kingsmillcadets.blogspot.ca


CADET MANUAL:  Please click on this link for a copy of the cadet manual that the cadets will be using this training year.


For photos on Magnificent Squadron Summer Camp 2014 click on photo



Navy League Cadet News:

Charity Cole of Navy League Cadet Corps awarded title of National Cadet of the Year

Click on photo for more info:

During the Review, RAdm Bill Truelove, Commander Maritime Forces Pacific (MARPAC), also presented CPO1 Cole with awards for the Corps Cadet of the Year as well as the Vancouver Island Divisional Cadet of the Year.





  • October 4 - TAG DAY  - Letter to parents about TAG DAY
  • October 5 - Regular cadet training
  • October 12 - No cadet training - Thanksgiving Weekend
  • October 19 - Regular cadet training
  • October 26 - Regular cadet training


TAG DAYS                     


For info on 04 October TAG DAY see below:


Letter to parents

Driver's Escort  Information



General info on Tag Days (from Navy League Ottawa Branch)


Resource Section (Routine Orders, Training Calendar, CHARM brochure, and Cadet Training Standards)



Special Notice:

Do you need to contact the staff.  Click on the Envelope below and we will get it.



Our Partners:


For Parents:

Are you interested in carpooling?  If so please contact our staff by clicking on the van.


Royal Canadian Navy News

HMCS Fredericton expertly completes key step on road to readiness


"Bravo Zulu" of the Week! / September 11, 2014

Bravo Zulu to the ship’s company of HMCS Fredericton for successfully completing readiness work-ups (WUPs) on Friday, August 29 – an important training step in the ship’s transition back to full operational status after her mid-life refit.

This milestone came during Fredericton’s participation in support of a multinational fleet exercise off the Atlantic Coast alongside our NATO partners. Throughout the month-long WUPs program, the crew was frequently tested and assessed by Sea Training Atlantic staff on its operational capabilities and the ability to respond to shipboard emergencies.

Scenarios included simulated firefighting and damage control events, man overboard exercises, casualty scenarios, helicopter evolutions, replenishment at sea, towing, deck evolutions, search and rescue operations, maritime interdiction and warfare scenarios.

HMCS Fredericton is one of 12 Canadian-built frigates currently undergoing a mid-life modernization process, which includes a new command and control system, new radar capability, a new electronic warfare system and upgraded communications and missiles. This project will ensure that the frigates continue to operate effectively as the backbone of the RCN’s fleet of warships.

HMCS Toronto with new naval enseign





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