Update from the CO LT C. F. (Frank) May RRCACC 3045 Arctic Bay, Nunavut

I recently reached out to the RRCACC 3045 Arctic Bay, Nunavut CO LT C.F. (Frank) May.

After a few exchanges of emails he advised us of the organization, some kit shortages which we’ll help coordinate and ensure that they’re properly outfitted and marksmanship results.

They don’t have a website but they can be found on Facebook.

I just joined there Facebook group and saw this post on Mon April 21 2014.

Wednesday, 23 April, 2014 will be the Annual Cadet Review for 3045 RRCACC. All Cadets should be at Qaggvik Hall by 1800 hrs. You should be in uniform at that time. This year we are very pleased to have the Hon. Eva Aariak as our Reviewing Officer. Parents and other members of the community should arrive by 1900 hrs. We will be giving out some awards, promotions and badges. Please come out and support your Cadets. They have worked very hard during this training year and your support will be appreciated. Coffee and tea will be served.

Here’s some brief information from the CO LT C.F. (Frank) May RRCACC Arctic Bay, Nunavut’s report:

We are a Cadet Corps of about 20 Cadets operating in Arctic Bay, Nunavut.  That makes us
Canada’s northernmost Cadet Corps.

Also, just to report that our Marksmanship Team recently competed against teams from across the 3 Territories with the following results:

Open Prone Bronze went to MCpl Carlton Allurut-Reid

Junior Prone Bronze went to Cdt Colin Tilley

Junior Prone Gold went to LCpl Jessie Olayuk

Three of our team members competed in the National Level IV competition but we have not heard the results yet.

C. F. (Frank) May
3045 RRCACC, Arctic Bay