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WELCOME TO 2290 British Columbia Regiment

(101 Duke of Connaught's Own Rifles)

Royal Canadian Army Cadet Corps

- DISCLAIMER -
THIS IS NOT A CANADIAN ARMED FORCES WEBSITE
 
This is an unofficial cadet website that is not intended to represent in any way the policies or procedures of either the Department of National Defense, the Canadian Armed Forces or the Cadet Leagues of Canada. 
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Who Are We?

Dukes! 2290 BCR (101 DCOR) Royal Canadian Army Cadet Corps is a non-profit youth organization. We parade every Thursday night during the school year between 6:00 and 9:00 pm at the Beatty Street Drill Hall located in downtown Vancouver. We pride ourselves on providing every cadet opportunities to develop the core skills needed for their adult life. That is why our program is 100% free. There are no activity fees, no registration cost, no yearly fees, and all our uniforms are provided for free.

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Our Mission

The mission of the Cadet Program is to contribute to the development and preparation of youth for the transition to adulthood, enabling them to meet the challenges of modern society, through a dynamic, community-based program.

Calendar of Events

May 4th

BCR Change of command ceremony

May 5th

Drill competition

May 7th

Marksmanship, sport and band

May 9th

Drill and training

May 12th

Ultimate frisbee tournament

May 14th

CANCELED - NO ACTIVITY

May 16th

Drill and training

May 21st

Marksmanship, sport and band

May 23rd

Drill and training

May 28th

Marksmanship, sport and band

May 30th

Drill and training

Join Us

Join our cadet program to gain skills, knowledge, and confidence through an amazing variety of training opportunities.  We work as teams in a disciplined environment and adhere to our core values of honor, respect, commitment, and service.

Testimonials

“What a tremendous program! Our 3 children have gone through the Cadet Program at 2290 and all have had excellent experiences, from FTX, to summer camps to just making new connections. It really helps them feel a part of their community and instills in them a sense of responsibility and pride as they build skills to lead their peers and junior cadets.” - Nyal Wilcox, Volunteer

Our Partners

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Cadets Canada
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