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In The Miller Mood - The Band of The Royal Regiment of Canada - Footsteps in Time (CD)



  1. The 60th (Royal American) Regiment of Foot, better known under its later name, The King's Royal Rifle Corps, has long been associated with Canada After Braddock's defeat by the French and Indians in , authority was granted to raise a regiment of four battalions to be recruited in Germany and from German colonists in North America. The.
  2. The Band provides ceremonial support to the Canadian Forces through its many ensembles – a colourful marching band, a concert band, a jazz ensemble, a swing orchestra, a brass quintet, and a fanfare trumpet quartet. The Royal Regiment of Canada is an Army Reserve infantry unit.
  3. When the militia was reorganized in , numbers were dropped from unit titles, and the regiment became The Royal Grenadiers, In , it was amalgamated with The Toronto Regiment, and titled The Royal Regiment of Toronto Grenadiers. At the request of its members, however, the unit was renamed The Royal Regiment of Canada on 11 February
  4. The content and links appearing on this website are the responsibility of The RCR Association and do not reflect the views or policies of the Government of Canada. Open-source information regarding the serving components of The Royal Canadian Regiment is .
  5. The regiment's museum is located at the Fort York Armoury. Exhibits include weapons, uniforms, medals, photographs and artifacts about the history of the Royal Regiment of Canada and its predecessors – the 10th Royal Grenadiers, 3rd Battalion (Toronto Regiment) and rd, th, th and 58th Battalions, Canadian Expeditionary Force. The.
  6. Regimental History of The Royal Canadian Regiment. This collection of articles was selected from regimental journals, prepared in a digital format, and included in the website of The Royal Canadian Regiment by Capt Michael O'Leary when he served as the Regimental Adjutant ().
  7. Footsteps in Time. Featuring: The Band of The Royal Regiment of Canada; This album consisting of 2 CD’s offers you a wide variety of regimental tunes! This recording is dedicated to Band MWO R.J. (Jimmy Richards) EM, CD and Band WO C.W.M. (Chuck) Benson CD. Please contact us if you’re interested in obtaining a copy of this recording.
  8. The history of the war proves how very far from the truth this view was. The two obnoxious conditions were withdrawn, at the request of the Canadian Government, and steps were at once taken to raise a regiment of infantry. Its title was the 2nd (Special Service) Battalion of the Royal Canadian Regiment .

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