Volunteer Service Medal Applications

Service Medals

The Army Cadet League of Canada has made various awards available to Cadets and Adult Volunteers.

See below for two of these. Check out the National Army Cadet League website for more in formation on these and other awards.


The Army Cadet Service Medal (ACSM): 


To qualify for this award, a serving cadet must have successfully completed four calendar years (from enrolment date) of honourable service with no serious infractions, and be recommended by the Cadet Corps Commanding Officer. All Army Cadets past or future shall be eligible for this award.

Refer to policy 13.1 for more information about the ACSM, Click Link




Adult Volunteer Service Medal (AVSM):

This medal shall be awarded to national or provincial / territorial members on the recommendation of the National President or the President of an ACLC Branch.

To qualify for this award, a member must have successfully completed a minimum five (5) continuous years of meritorious service with the Army Cadet Program and be recommended by the Branch or the National level where the member has served. An accompanying certificate and special lapel pin shall also be awarded. The distinctive silver lapel pin shall be the badge of the ACLC surmounted by an overlaid silver numeral graduated in increments of five (ie: 5, 10, 15, etc.) which shows the number of cumulative years of service by the recipient and further described below (image). Additional year pins may be ordered through the provincial/territorial Branches.

To find more information on Adult Volunteer Service Medals  and applications, Refer to Policy 13.17 for details & Policy 13.17A for the application form.

For more information you may also contact your Provincial Branch at nlaclbranch@gmail.com or check out the National Website.