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Quick Facts about The Toronto Scottish Regiment

Parade Night: Thursday, Captain Bellenden Hutcheson VC Armoury
70 Birmingham Street, Toronto M8V 3W6, Canada, 19:30 hours (more information)

Official Abbreviation: Tor Scot R

Motto: Carry On

Tartan: Hodden Grey (more information)

Regimental March: All the Blue Bonnets are Over the Border

Colonel-in-Chief: His Royal Highness, Charles, The Prince of Wales

Perpetuated Units:  75th (Mississauga) and 84th (Brantford) Battalions, Canadian Expeditionary Force, 1914-1918, in addition - 'B' and 'C' Companies 1st Machine Gun Battalion, Canadian Machine Gun Corps, 1936. (more information)

Alliances: The London Regiment (A Company, The London Scottish), 
The Royal Regiment of Scotland, 4th Batallion Highlanders (Seaforths, Gordons and Camerons)

Regimental Museum: Hodden Grey Museum, Captain Bellenden Hutcheson VC Armoury, 70 Birmingham Street, Toronto M8V 3W6, Canada (Only open on special ocassions)

Regimental Church: Knox Presbyterian Church , 630 Spadina Avenue, Toronto, Ontario.

75th Battalion Memorial Window: The right panel of the west window at the Church of St. John the Baptist, Norway (Anglican), 470 Woodbine Avenue, Toronto, Ontario.

Battle Honours: World War I - 16; World War II - 21 (more information)

Cadet Corps: No. 75 Toronto Scottish Regiment Cadet Corps, Captain Bellenden Hutcheson VC Armoury, 70 Birmingham Street, Toronto M8V 3W6, Canada