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Welcome to RCSCC Warspite

Welcome to Royal Canadian Sea Cadet Corps Warspite, located in Kitchener, Ontario, Canada. We are a youth organization for ages 12 - 18 that provides memories of a life time and the experiences to succeed. The opportunities are endless from going on deployments, exchanges, summer training and making new friends.  We give you the tools to make this your program. All provided FREE and you can even get PAID while attending summer camp.

Please join us on Tuesday evenings at Sunnyside Public School from 6:30 pm to 9:15pm.  Join a family atmosphere to take you on a journey of a lifetime.

Twenty years from now, you will be more disappointed by the things you didn't do than those you did. So throw off the bowlines. Sail away from safe harbor. Catch the wind in your sails. Explore. Dream. Discover.

Mark Twain

Tuesday evenings, 6:30 pm to 9:15pm, 1042 Weber Street East

Sunnyside Public School
1042 Weber Street East
Kitchener, ON

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Latest News

RCSCC Warspite cadets participate in debates over what they would change the sea cadet uniform too
RCSCC Warspite cadets participate in debates over what they would change the sea cadet uniform too

With the Federal Election fast approaching in Canada, the cadets of RCSCC Warspite participated in an election night, involving debates and an actual vote.

Participants receive their certificates for a job well done
Participants from the Warspite Participation Night receive their certificates for completing the night.

RCSCC Warspite held its first annual Warspite Participation Night, where parents, family and friends felt what it was like to be a cadet for a night.

PO1 Weldon and CPO2 Burt are promoted to CPO2 and CPO1
PO1 Weldon and CPO2 Burt are promoted to CPO2 and CPO1

CPO2 Burt and PO1 Weldon successfully completed their Merit Review Boards and did the corps proud and are promoted to CPO1 and CPO2.

Three commissioning scrolls being handed out
Slt Ron Griffin, Slt Karen Ellis and A/Slt Donnie Heibein receive their Commissioning Scrolls as Officers within the Canadian Armed Forces.

It is rare occasion to have a Commissioning Scroll handed out to a member of the Canadian Armed Forces, RCSCC Warspite was lucky enough to have three handed out on one night to Slt Ron Griffin, Slt Karen Ellis and A/Slt Donnie Heibein.