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The Toronto Scottish Regiment is a Reserve unit based at Fort York Armoury and 75th Mississauga Armoury.  The Reserve trains for, and provides support to the Regular Force.  Members of the Regiment currently are or have served with United Nations Peacekeeping Forces, NATO and with Canadian Forces Humanitarian Assistance Missions in Afghanistan, Bosnia, Kosovo, Cambodia, Croatia, Cyprus, Haiti, Namibia, The Golan Heights, Rwanda, and Sierra Leone.

In Canada, members deployed and provided assistance during the Winnipeg flood of 1997, the Eastern Ontario Ice Storm of 1998, and the snowstorm that crippled Toronto in January 1999.  In July 2000, a contingent of 100, including serving members, former members, and friends of the regiment travelled to Great Britain to take part in the official celebrations of Her Majesty The Queen Mother’s 100th birthday. In addition, a plaque was unveiled at Dieppe, France and a monument at Point 67 in Normandy. On 19 October 2000 Royal Assent was granted adding the secondary title “Queen Elizabeth The Queen Mother’s Own” to the regimental name.  With Her Majesty’s passing in 2002, His Royal Highness, Charles Prince of Wales graciously accepted the appointment of Colonel-in-Chief, “to follow in the footsteps of my beloved Grandmother.”   
In 2004-2005 the Regiment expanded to include a company located west of Toronto in Mississauga.  The 75th Mississauga Company represents further evidence of the regiment’s commitment to remaining a current and capable fighting force, relevant to today’s rapidly changing environment. In the past two years, several members of the unit have served in Afghanistan, many on combat missions. Currently, the Regiment has 13 members training for Afghanistan in 2008, to deploy in January, with the remainder deploying in April and August. Another soldier will be stationed to CFS Alert in 2008.