Dear friends and colleagues,

I am pleased to be reaching out today with some good news after what has proven to be the most difficult year we have all experienced, collectively, and individually. This last year has challenged us to think creatively, lean on one another for support, and look beyond ourselves to keep our communities safe.

Effective 25 June 2021, Divisions, Branches, and the Navy League Cadets are authorized to conduct in-person day summer activities in accordance with their local Public Health Protocols. Overnight activities are not permitted.

Navy League Cadet Corps are required to develop in-person safety plans in accordance with their local Public Health Protocols and the National Navy League Cadet COVID-19 Policies and Procedures document. A detailed plan must be sent to their respective Divisions for review and final approval prior to any in-person activities taking place as the health and safety of all our members, volunteers, and cadets remains our top priority. 

In-person fundraising activities will be restricted to adult participation only.

A Navy League Cadet ‘Post Pandemic Recover Plan’ will be promulgated mid-July which will provide information to assist the NL Cadet Corps for starting up in September.

As a national organization with extensive group programming across the country, the Navy League of Canada holds the health and safety of the cadets, members, volunteers, and their families in our highest priority. To this end, we encourage our members to remain vigilant and follow the recommendations set by their local health authorities to the best of their abilities. Any questions can be directed to John Philips, National Vice President Navy League Cadets, [email protected].

We hope that you all remain safe, healthy, and happy as we all move through this period of transition. The Navy League of Canada looks forward to seeing you all again soon.

Sincerely,

Brenda Pinto

National President

The Navy League of Canada