The Richmond/Delta Branch
Annual General Meeting (AGM)
is January 25, 2021 at 7:00pm

All Cadet's parents MUST attend this very important event where you, the parent, get the opportunity to vote for the Executive Board of the Branch (one vote per family).
You must pre-register to attend this virtual meeting (so we can perform attendance). 
The registration link will be sent out very soon. Please ensure to register.

The AGM is where issues like Administration Fees increases, Mandatory Volunteering, and other things that affect Parents and Cadets are voted on.
Please save this date.
Thank you.
Lt (NL) Gallop, K


As per the current Provincial Health Orders here,
we have suspended all In Person Training
and moved to Virtual Training every Tuesday.

If you wish to join our program, all Cadet Registrations, new and returning, for the Sept 2020 to June 2021 Training Year will be done online starting September 15, 2020.



Welcome to the
NLCC MJ Miller Corps

NLCC MJ Miller Corps is part of the Navy League of Canada, a National organization, that since 1948, has introduced young Canadians to a nautical life.

As a Navy League Cadet, you get to do a lot of fun, interesting activities in an environment that emphasizes teamwork. The Navy League Cadet Program is a great place to make friends and do things you wouldn't get to do anywhere else.

If you are between the ages of 9 and 12, visit our How to Join page for more information about the activities you could get to do as a Navy League Cadet.

Once you reach the age of 12, you will then have the choice to stay with us until the end of the Training Term or go on to join one of the Senior Cadet Corps: Sea Cadets, Army Cadets, or Air Cadets. 

For information on the Royal Canadian Sea Cadets Corps in Richmond, see our Sea Cadet Corps, RCSCC Bicknell 195, here. They parade on Wednesday nights from 1830 to 2130.
 
The NLCC MJ Miller Corps parades In Person on Tuesday nights
From September to June
From 1815 (6:15pm) to 2100 (9:00pm)

When required, we parade virtually on Tuesday nights
From September to June
From 1830 (6:30pm) to 1945 (7:45pm)

Our Navy League Cadet Hall is located at:
7411 River Road
Richmond,  BC
(604) 270-3231

What's the Best About NLCC MJ Miller Corps?

Our purpose is to develop Canada's youth through moral guidance and encouragement, as well as mental and physical training. 
The program is designed to develop team building, loyalty, good citizenship, a sense of duty, self-discipline, self-respect and respect for others, in a modern nautical environment built on sound Naval traditions.