These orders are promulgated in order to define the aspects of the unit organization, regulations and terms of reference that do not change frequently and promote the efficient operation of the Squadron.
Where physical location is important, these orders have effect within the areas and buildings allocated to the Squadron, including the designated areas of the St. Albert Community Hall, and all other locations used from time to time by the Squadron.
These orders are issued by the Commanding Officer (533 St. Albert RCACS) and have effect on all personnel on strength with or attached to this unit while on any Cadet Activity within the boundaries defined above. These orders supplement any orders issued by NDHQ or the Cadet Training Division. These orders also will apply to any visiting officers or cadets while in the squadron areas of the St. Albert Community Hall and in attendance of a 533 St. Albert RCACS function.
4. Distribution and Amendment
These orders will be in effect upon promulgation and supersede any previous orders that may have been issued. A physical copy of these orders will be available at the Administration Office, and electronic copies will be available on the squadron's website (http://www.533sabresqn.com) and the squadron's OneDrive file sharing service. it is the responsibility of all personnel to read and become familiar with these orders. Knowledge of these orders will be assumed from the date of promulgation and lack of such familiarity will not constitute excuse or contravention.
These orders will be amended as required. All suggestions for amendment must be submitted to the CO in writing, either on paper or by email, and will be promulgated as necessary. All the above references will apply equally to all amendments.
If a conflict occurs between these orders and an order or regulation promulgated by another Canadian Forces Organization (NDHQ, RCSU (NW), etc.) or an authorized civilian organization (Air Cadet League, Police, etc.), the higher authority shall prevail.
In 533 St. Albert RCACS Standing Orders, words imparting the masculine shall include the feminine gender, unless the context clearly indicates otherwise.
The Commanding Officer of 533 St. Albert RCACS, under the authority of QR&Os article 4.20, issues the 533 St. Albert RCACS Standing Orders.
Cadets should learn respect for having honor and character. A cadet should possess such qualities as loyalty, honesty, obedience, perseverance and respect of the rights of others. These desirable qualities will be a product earned through association and training. A strong effort put forth by each cadet in squadron activities and training, will have a profound effect in molding an excellent cadet & good citizen.