119 Waterloo Street Brantford, ON N3T 3S5   |   (519) 752-8821   |  recruiting@nlbrantford.com

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Serving the youth of Brantford-Brant for over 80 years

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About The Navy League of Brantford-Brant

The Navy League of Canada – Brantford Branch is a not-for-profit organization that provides support for after school programming for youth aged nine to eighteen. The organization is completely volunteer based. The aim is to provide an opportunity for youth that instills good leadership, citizenship, and confidence. Our programming is offered without any enrollment fees, or charges, so we can serve the community across all socioeconomic boundaries. Our organization offers support for cadets to learn skills, take part in events, and see the world both locally and abroad. Our cadets participate in sailing, first aid, and other naval related competitions at regional, provincial, and national levels. We have been operational in Brantford since 1940.

Primary Responsibilities of the League

  • Funding Supplementary Training
  • Provision of building/facility to run training sessions, this includes heating, lighting, taxes, building maintenance.
  • Covering insurance of all cadets
  • Aid/assist in recruitment of COATS officers (Cadet officers)
  • Screen and recruit volunteers to support both the Navy League and Sea Cadets


We’re looking for Brantford and Brant County youth (male & female) between 12-18 years of age. To be a part of a group that develops youth leadership potential, creating contributing citizens for our community.


Monday Nights: 18:30hrs-21:00hrs (6:30pm – 9:00pm)
Thursday Nights: 18:30hrs-21:30hrs (6:30pm – 9:30pm)

You only need to be a youth between the ages of 12 and 18 to join. You must also have a valid Health Card and Birth Certificate.

Walk in off the street to our training facility.

119 Waterloo St. Any Thursday night between 6:30pm – 9:30pm. Or Most Mondays between 6:30pm – 9:00pm.

Come in and visit us and get a tour of our training facility.

You can reach us by phone at (519) 752-8821. Leave a message for the Royal Canadian Sea Cadets Admiral Nelles. We are around to answer the phones Mondays and Thursdays between 6:30pm – 9:30pm

Primary responsibilities of the Department of National Defence

  • Funds training of officers
  • Funds for up to 4 mandatory training weekends a year
  • Provides uniforms for cadets and officers, with no cost to the cadet or officer.
  • Provides funding for some competitions relating to the cadet program including Band and Drill, Sail Regattas, Orienteering and Biathlon competitions.
  • Funds Summer Camps, Tall Ship Cruises, Cadet & Naval Deployments on military/civilian vessels and International Exchanges for cadets across the country


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