About #300 Fisher

#300 RCACS (Fisher Royal Canadian Air Cadet Squadron) formed on July 22, 1943.  The squadron was named in honor of Pilot Officer, David Scott Fisher.

Youth aged 12-18 in the Biggar area have grown with this exceptional leadership program for an astonishing 70+ years.

Our program has proudly turned out remarkable Canadian citizens who apply their skills and knowledge in many areas. Some have joined the Canadian Forces.  Others become pilots, professionals, executives, educators, and parents. Former cadets often return to uniform to join cadet squadrons all over Canada, giving back to this incredible program.

Throughout the year, the cadets enjoy activities such as gliding, power flying, survival, orienteering, marksmanship, biathlon, effective speaking, leadership, band, drill and much more.  Many cadets enjoy the privilege of taking additional summer training at summer centers located throughout the country.

#300 Fisher RCACS currently parades out of the Mark Edwards Hall, 402 2nd Ave E (upstairs through North door) every Wednesday, 6:15- 9:15 pm (Sept – May).  Youth are welcome to join at any time throughout the year. There are no fees to join the cadet program.

The cadets receive generous support from the Local Sponsoring Committee, local Legions (Biggar, Perdue, Rosetown), the Air Cadet League, the Department of National Defense, the community of Biggar and surrounding areas. We thank all parents, grandparents, relatives, friends, and neighbors for their time, energy, enthusiasm, help, and support.

We are proud of our history providing a long-standing, successful leadership program for the youth of Biggar and surrounding areas.

Follow current squadron activities on our Facebook page.  Go to Facebook and search 300 Fisher or use this link:  https://www.facebook.com/300Fisher?fref=ts

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