The Air Cadet League of Canada (Manitoba) Inc. will not rent, sell or otherwise make your personal information available to any third party without your express consent, except as required by law. The information you provide us is used to fulfill the business of the corporation or to update you as to the status of the operation of the Air Cadet Program. If you do not wish to be notified about the status of the operation please visit the ACL (MB) Inc. Privacy Policy in Part 2 of the By-laws, Policies and Procedures Manual, Section 3, and obtain information on how to withdraw your consent to use of your personal information and to view the Air Cadet League of Canada (Manitoba) Inc. Privacy Policy.

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The Air Cadet League of Canada (Manitoba) Incorporated lists organizations and groups in this site's pages as sources of information. The ACL (MB) Inc. is responsible for neither the information these organizations provide nor the nature and quality of any services provided. Users of the information are strongly encouraged to contact the organizations directly to determine if they meet their needs.

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All rights to material on this web site are reserved by ACL (MB) Inc. or by the authors. Permission is granted to reproduce and distribute copies of the information for non-profit purposes, provided that copies are distributed at no cost, and that the author, source, and copyright notice are included on each copy. For information about obtaining rights for other uses, contact the League office.

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Many thanks to all the cadets shown and the following for providing the photographs used in this site: Ms. Pat McDonald, Mrs. Joyce Howard, Mr. Blair Clayton, Mr. George Evans, Mr. Bob McCormick, Mr. G. Neufeld, Mr. Jan Reidulff, Captain Brian Renaud and Sergeant Leigh Joiner.

If you have photographs of recent activities or of an historical nature that you would be willing to see published on this site, please contact the League office.

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The ACL (MB) is committed to providing a learning and work environment in which all individuals are treated with respect and dignity. Each individual has the right to participate and work in an environment that promotes equal opportunities and prohibits discriminatory practices.

Harassment is a form of discrimination and the ACL (MB) is committed to providing an environment free from such abuse. More information about the ACL (MB) Harassment and Abuse Policy may be found in our By-laws, Policies and Procedures Manual, Part 2.

Should you have any issues with the content of this web site or have suggestions to add to or improve the site, forward your comments to the site Administrator.

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