778 Banshee Squadron

Royal Canadian Air Cadets



Thank you for your interest in 778 Banshee Squadron, Royal Canadian Air Cadets. Recruiting of new members for the 2020-2021 training year will begin in September.  Applicants must be 12 years of age or older to participate.

To apply for cadet membership, the prospective cadets and their parents are required to attend an information session.  Information about the Cadets Program; and password to download application forms will be given out in the session. No reservation is required.

Information Session

**UPDATED on October 15th, 2020**

Another recruit information session will be held virtually at 7:30 PM on Thursday, October 15th, 2020. Link to join the virtual session will be updated on this page 1 hour before the start.

It is mandatory to attend one of these sessions in order to join the squadron.

For more information about Air Cadets, please visit our “About” page, or the national cadet website (



NEW (Oct 19): You can now submit your forms and documents electronically by e-mail to Please print and sign the documents before creating a clear scan of the completed forms.

Alternatively, you may send by mail:

778 Banshee Squadron
Royal Canadian Air Cadets
8-9251 Yonge Street, Suite 407
Richmond Hill ON L4C 9T3


Please download and complete the forms below. See link below to contact us once you are ready to submit to us.

Anaphylaxis and Allergy Protocol

Cadets with allergies and/or anaphylaxis are required to complete the following documentation (if appropriate) and bring signed copies during intake.

Anaphylaxis Consent Form: To be filled out by any cadet who is required to carry an epi-pen.

Participation by a Cadet with Non-Food Related Anaphylaxis: To be filled out if cadet has non-food related anaphylaxis (ie allergies to bee stings).

Anaphylaxis Emergency Plan: To be filled out for any cadet who has one or both of the forms filled out listed above. Note:  You are required to obtain a physician signature and provide a photo.

Participation by a Cadet with Food Sensitivity: To be filled out by any cadet who has a food sensitivity (food intolerance, chemical sensitivity, food allergy, life threatening food allergy (anaphylaxis). If the form is signed due to anaphylactic reaction to some food, the Anaphylaxis Emergency Plan must be filled out.

New Recruits

New recruits are expected to wear a white buttoned dress shirt with plain black tie and black pants (no jeans) and black shoes. Their shirts are to be worn tucked in, and pant legs free flowing and not tucked into socks. Recruits with long hair should come with their hair tied back. Don’t stress too much for your first night, we will teach you about our standards and how to meet them.

Please see photo for example dress: