1726 COURTENAY/COMOX

 The oldest Corps, 1726 Courtenay/Comox, was established in 1940 by Lieutenant Colonel D. Hunden. The Corps became affiliated with the 62nd Anti-Tank Battery (Royal Canadian Artillery) after the war and then in 1954 with ‘C’ Company of the Regiment. In 1964, 1726’s affiliation was transferred to ‘B’ Company in Nanaimo, which maintains a Platoon in Courtney. The Royal Canadian Legion Branch 17 (Courtney) has been its long time sponsor.

 

Parade night: Tuesday evenings 1800-2100

Training Area (until notified) Seal Bay training area, 2000 Waveland Rd, Courtenay BC, V9J 1X8

 

Commanding Officer: 2Lt Michael Potts

Michael.Potts@cadets.gc.ca

Contact: (250) 218-8762

If you know that you wish to join our Corps, you can download an application form (here), fill it in, print it and bring it down with you. It is necessary that you also bring your Birth Certificate and Care Card.

 





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