Author: Roger Laplante

Last Post Menin Gate September 2, 2018

As part of the tour to France, the contingent participated in the Last Post ceremony at the Menin Gate, Ypres, Belgium. This service has been held every day since 1928, except when the city was occupied during WWII. We were

Pte Claude Nunney VC, DCM, MM

On September 1-2 Maj (ret’d) Roger Laplante, 2Lt Alexandre Leger, Cpl David Harding and Cpl Afton Maisonneuve will be representing the Regimental Family in France at services commemorating the awarding of the Victoria Cross to Pte Nunney of the 38th

Centre Town Emergency Food Centre

On December 2, 2015 the Pipes and Drums presented a concert at St Giles Presbyterian Church (the Regimental Church) to assist the congregation in raising food and funds for the Centre Town Emergency Food Centre. The concert has become an

Ceremonial Uniforms Project

At the Commanding Officer’s parade held October 15th, Bells Corners Branch 593 of the Royal Canadian Legion presented the Foundation with $5000.00 towards the purchase of ceremonial uniforms. Br 593 have supported the Regiment for many years and have become

2015 Bursary Awards

During the Commanding Officer’s parade held Thursday, October 15th the Foundation Bursaries were awarded. Presentations were made by Col (ret’d) Neil Thompson, OMM CD

Appointment of Honorary Lieutenant Colonel


Foundation Recognizes Donors

At the Commanding Officer’s Parade with Alpha and Bravo Companies, the Regimental Colours and the Pipes and Drums on parade, the Foundation publicly recognized four donors. Their contributions to the Regimental Family over time have allowed us to publish the

Ceremonial Uniforms Project

The Foundation has announced the start of Phase II of the Ceremonial Uniforms Project. Over the past four years the Foundation has been able to provide the Regiment with enough uniforms to allow it to parade 100 soldiers in full

Operation Scotawa

Following are the pages of a pamphlet titled “Operation Scotawa” outlining the festivities planned by the Sergeants’ Mess of the 3rd Battalion, Cameron Highlanders of Ottawa (MG), CAOF (Canadian Army Occupation Force) to celebrate their departure from Germany in May

Officers of the CHofO circa 1944