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180 Squadron Virtual Training is Here

We are currently doing Virtual Training due to the Covid Pandemic

Please email for more details





Our next Recruit intake will be

in September 2021

We ask that you Send us an email so we can keep in contact incase there are changes  due to
the Covid Pandemic.

Email us at or


Joining Forms Click Here 

Uniforms are provided

Fee - is $70 for the year - which helps pay for cadet insurance

All cadet must sell 3 Air Cadet Lottery Tickets which raises money for the Gliding Program

And all cadets must participate in Fundraising Activities 


180 Mosquito Squadron Annual Inspection and Alumni Reunion

Friday 28 May 2021

Members can start attending at 630pm and freely join breakout rooms to visit other Alumni.

730pm we will be starting the Virtual Annual with our Reviewing Officer and Former SWO Col. John Cody.

Once the Annual is complete members can then freely resume visiting other breakout rooms.

email for a zoom invite



Virtual Summer Camp


Any cadet wanting to apply for Virtual Summer Camp is to email the name of the camp and dates of the camp to


More information on Virtual Summer Camps can be found in the Summer Camp Tab.

Cadets will be required to create a CADETS360 account in order to attend. Further as it is through microsoft, Apple Computers may not work. If you have a technology issue please advise Maj Marsh/OCdt Eldridge


There are still plans for in-person CAP (Day Camp) Training for level 1 and 2 cadets during the summer provided restrictions are lifted

More Information to come on any in-person training if it is permitted



A Little More About

180 Squadron


Manditory Training Days

Currently all Training will be done Virtually until further notice


 Optional Training

For Optional Training Cadets are encouraged to attend as many activities as they can.
More details for each of the Optional Training Activities can be found on this website.

All are currently virtual

Band - Saturdays 3pm - 430pm

Flying Scholarship (Ground School) - Saturdays noon - 2pm

Effective Speaking - Every Second Mondays 7pm - 830pm

Radio - Thursdays 7pm - 830pm

Sports/Fitness - Every Second Sundays 1pm to 3pm

Debate - Saturdays 10am - 1130am

Space - Every Second Wednesdays - 7pm to 9pm 

Biathlon - Every Second Monday - 7pm to 830pm







Training Locations



3077 Bathurst St - North West Corner of Bathurst and Lawrence. Entrance is the stairway in the rear of the builidng basement level



401 Rosewell Ave - Glenview Public School


6 Spring Garden - Spring Garden Legion





  • Sports

  • Maps & Compass

  • Range

  • Archery

  • Cadet

  • Field Exercise

  • Winter Exercise

What is 180 Mosquito Squadron and the Royal Canadian Air Cadets?

The Royal Canadian Air Cadets is a national organization for youth aged 12 to 18, sponsored and run by the Air Cadet League (a civilian organization) and the Department of National Defence. The organization is made up many training centres, gliding centres, and most importantly, the squadrons, of which every cadet is a part of. 180 Mosquito Squadron is named after the De Havilland DH-98 Mosquito, one of the most successful military aircraft of World War II, and is one of over 450 Air Cadet squadrons across Canada.

180 Squadron is located in central Toronto near Lawrence Ave W and Avenue Rd. Cadets are asked to commit to attending every Friday evening at Glenview Public School. We also offer optional programs such as a Marching Band and Drill Team who practices on Saturdays, Range and Rifle Drill Team who practice Sundays and a sports program who practice Monday evenings. Further we have a flying scholarship program as cadets maybe able to obtain their Pilots licence and other outings such as weekend field exercises, parades, and competitions.

All Cadets are required to assist with fundraising and are also required to sell 1 book of fundraining lottary tickets ($60 value). They are also required to attend fundraising events such as TAG Days, Poppy selling and Red Nose Selling. These fundraising activities are required to help off set our large required budget. Such as school permit fee's of over $27 000.

For more information on the Cadet program, visit the National Cadet Website.

Upcoming Activities Information


OPC Fundraising

OPC Lottery Tickets

All Cadets are required to sell a minimum of 3 OPC Lottery Tickets.

More info to come

OPC 50/50 Draw

With the 2020-21, 50/50 raffle supporting Air Cadets. We are excited to announce the 2021 province-wide 50/50 raffle. Here are the details: The 50/50 draws will be held monthly from January – June.

The draws will be held at 15:00 EST on the last Thursday of each month. Note: The January draw opens December 14th, but will not be drawn until January 28th.Each draw will have a minimum take-home prize of $1,000. The pot will increase after $2,000 worth of tickets are sold. The winning ticket will be promoted on the

When promoting the draw, 180 Squadron can get credit. Please during the checkout process, there is a dropdown list containing all squadron numbers and cities.

Go to to purchase your tickets




High School CO-OP Credits

To get up to 4 High School CO OP Credits please take the following attachment to your school Guideance Counselor


Co-Op Fillable Registration Form.pdf

Cadet Co-Op FAQs 2020-2021.pdf