The Regimental Family
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Commanding Officers
Regimental Sergeant Majors
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Pipes and Drums
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Regimental History
Quick Facts
Where We Meet
Regimental Symbols
Battle Honours
Regimental Church
The Queen Mother's Dish
The Commanding Officer's Wife's Brooch
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Regimental Association
The Senate authorized the formation of a Regimental Association in 1967. Former and serving members of the Regiment may join the Association for a nominal annual fee. The Regimental Association is dedicated to maintaining comradeship, and mutual support for its members. It is an all ranks organization; our World War II veterans comprise the majority of the membership with former and serving officers accounting for approximately 10% of the membership. The Association meets on a regular basis, and hosts an annual reunion.

Over the years, the Association has provided significant funding to the Serving Battalion, especially prior to the formation of the Regimental Foundation.

Through dedicated efforts of some of the founding members of the Association, a Regimental Museum was officially opened in 1984. The serving Battalion provides a room in Fort York Armoury which has been furnished and converted to a display area for Regimental artifacts and memorabilia.