333 Fredericton Air Cadet Squadron was chartered on the 16th of October 1943 and was originally formed as a high school squadron. In 1958, Lord Beaverbrook, then Chancellor of the University of New Brunswick, gave the squadron permission to carry his name. A native of N.B., Lord Beaverbrook had been Minister of Aircraft Production in Winston Churchill’s cabinet during World War II. The Squadron was also named as the permanent custodian of Lord Beaverbrook’s personal coat of arms designed by Rudyard Kipling in 1917.

Attention 333! The Snowbirds will be making fly past Fredericton tomorrow morning. 
Cadets and family are encouraged to observe the flyovers from the safety of their home and refrain from travelling to see the flyovers.
Please maintain physical distancing practices that are keeping us all safe.
Please monitor @CFSnowbirds for updates on takeoff.