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Canadian Armed Forces

This section is devoted to our Armed Forces and Emergency Services. They all contributed and still do contribute a great deal to Canada and Canadians. We will mostly provide information from antiquarian resources but we'd love to hear from any of our visitors who can contribute text, pictures or videos to the site. We have made use of many of the free and out of copyright resources in pdf format to help bring you their story. Where we provide a pdf publication we'll add "pdf" to the link description so you know it's a pdf file you'll be linking to.

Life in the Canadian Armed Forces

Tracing back the Lineage of the Black Watch (RHC) To 1831
The Seaforth Highlanders in Canada
By W. Neil Fraser
Over the Top with the 25th
Chronicle of events at Vimy Ridge and Courcellette by Lieut. R. Lewis M.M.
The Royal North-West Mounted Police
A Corps History by Captain Ernest J Chambers (1906) (pdf)
Corporal Cameron of the North West Mounted Police
A Tale of the MacLeod Trail By Ralph Connor
The Living Legend
The Story of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police by Alan Phillips
Recollections of a Police Magistrate
By Colonel George T. Denison (1920) (pdf)
Trooper and Redskin In the Far North-West
Recollections of Life in the North-West Mounted Police, Canada, 1884 - 1888 by John G. Donkin
The War of 1812
By Major John Richardson, K.S.F., With Notes and A Life of the Author by Alexander Clark Casselman (1902) (pdf)

On the eve of the 100th Anniversary of the Canadian Navy, Vice-Admiral Dean McFadden, Commander of the Canadian Navy, discusses the state of Canada's maritime force.

The 48th Highlanders of Toronto
By Alexander Fraser, M.A. (1900)
Gathering of the Clans
Canada's contribution to the First World War
The Scottish Military Tradition in Canada
George F.G. Stanley
Canada's Black Watch 1951 - 1970
By Simon Falconer (pdf)
The 5th regiment: Royal Scots of Canada Highlanders
A regimental history (1904) (pdf)

The 13th Battalion Royal Highlanders of Canada 1914 - 1919
By R. C. Fetherstonhaugh. (1925) (pdf)
History of the 72nd Canadian Infantry Battalion, Seaforth Highlanders of Canada (1920) by Bernard McEvoy and Capt. A. H. Finlay, M.C. (pdf)
The Origin and Official History of the Thirteenth Battalion of infantry
And a description of the work of the early militia of the Niagara Peninsula in the War of 1812 and the Rebellion of 1837 by Lieutenant-Colonel E. A. Cruickshank. (pdf)
The Story of the 2nd Battalion Royal Canadian Engineers (R. C. E.)
1940 - 1945. (pdf)
Historical Album of the 2nd Battalion of The Queen's Own Rifles of Canada
1856 - 1894 (pdf)
Canadian Scottish Regiment
Princess Mary's. A Brief History

. Life in Canada's Air Force

The 5th Regiment Royal Scots of Canada Highlanders
A Regimental History (pdf)
The 60th C. F. A. Battery Book
1916 - 1919 (pdf)
The 116th C. E. F. Battalion in France (pdf)
Aviation in Canada
1917-1918 (pdf)
The Governor General's Body Guard in Canada
By Captain Ernest J. Chambers (pdf)
The Canadian Militia
A History of the Origin and Development of the Force by Captain Ernest J. Chambers (pdf)
History of the 10th Royals
And of the Royal Grenadiers (pdf)
Historical Sketch of the 100th Prince of Wales Royal Canadian Regiment
By Mrs Thomas Ahearn (1900) (pdf)
The Duke of Carnwall's Own Rifles
A Regimental History of the Forty-Third Regiment (pdf)
The Eighty-Fifth Canadian Infantry Battalion
Nova Scotia Highlanders in France and Flanders (pdf)
Historical Record of the 76th Overseas Battalion
Of the Canadian Expeditionary Force 1915 - 1916 (pdf)
The Medical Services
By Sir Andrew MacPhail (pdf)
The 4th Canadian Mounted Rifles
1914 - 1919 By Captain S. G. Bennett (pdf)
The Naval Service of Canada
Its Official History in two volumes (pdf) Volume 1  |  Volume 2

Historical Records of the New Brunswick Regiment Canadian Artillery
Compiled by Captain John B. M. Baxter (pdf)

Canadian Forces - Life in Canada's Army

The Origin and Services of the 3rd (Montreal) Field Battery of Artillery
By Captain Ernest J. Chambers (pdf)
The Origin and Services of the Prince of Wales Regiment
Including a brief history of the Militia of French Canada and of the Canadian Militia By Captain Ernest J. Chambers (pdf)
History of the Queen's Own Rifles of Canada
By Captain Ernest J. Chambers (pdf)
Stretcher Bearers at the Double
By Frederick W. Noyes (pdf)
Their Glory Cannot Fade
A Tribute to the Canadian Army Serving Overseas (pdf)
History of the 12th Regiment York Rangers
By Captain A. T. Hunter (pdf)
With the Royal Canadians
By Stanley McKeown Brown, War Correspondent (pdf)
The Canadian Forestry Corps
By C. W. Bird and Lieut. J. B. Davies (pdf)
Canadians in the Imperial Navy and Military Service Abroad
By J. Hampden Burnham M.A. (pdf)
Canada at War
A record of heroism and achievement, 1914-1918 by J. Castell Hopkins (pdf)
Kings Regulations and Orders for the Canadian Militia
This is a very rare book that is fundamental to researchers studying the Canadian Expeditionary Force in the Great War (World War One, WWI). Adapted from the British King's Regulations and Orders, this is the legal document that set the stage for the development of Canadian Militia Units at the start fo the Great War. (pdf)

Putting us Brits to Shame, Take a lesson from the Canadians

Canadian Expeditionary Force Study Group
Vimy Diaries (pdf) with links to the actual diaries.
The War of 1812
This is a Government of Canada site with some excellent information.
The Essex and Kent Scottish
The regimental family.
Canadian Armed Forces
A collection of videos on many aspects of an career in the armed forces.
The Last Post
The story.

Desert Lions delivers a gritty, candid view of Canadian army mentors working to professionalize the Afghan National Army during the summer of 2010.

Sergeant Preston Of The Yukon
A collection of videos.
Canada and the Great War
A series of Videos exploring the role Canada played in the Great War.
Royal Canadian Navy
A WW2 personal documentary by Gilbert O S Davis
Canadian Rangers
The Canadian Rangers are a sub-component of the Canadian Armed Forces (CAF) Reserve. They provide patrols and detachments for national-security and public-safety missions in sparsely settled northern, coastal and isolated areas of Canada that can not conveniently or economically be covered by other parts of the CAF.
The Irish-Canadian Rangers
This is a pdf version of this book.
Citizen Lauder
Being an account of the day when Harry Lauder, guest and speaker before the Rotary Club of Toronto, sold nearly three-quarters of a million dollars worth of Bonds for Canada's victory Loan. (pdf)
History of the York Rangers
By Captain A. T. Hunter (1913)
MacKENZIE, Sapper NORMAN JOHN - Port Rowan
Got in some information on this person.
Canada’s Part in the Great War
By Col. Geo. G. Nasmith, C. M. G., Toronto

Secret Warriors - Canadian Special Operations Regiment (CSOR)

Canada Day service at Shorncliffe military cemetery, Folkestone
This is a YouTube video giving us some information on this service and Canadian connections with the area in England.
Voyage and Journey from Southampton to Montreal
During the Winter of 1861-2.
Best of Luck
How a Fighting Canadian won the thanks of Britain's King by Alexander McClintock, Late Sergeant, 87th Battalion, Canadian Grenadier Guards, Now member of U. S. A. Reserve Corps (1917) (pdf)
Secret Intelligence Activities at Camp X

Canada and the Korea War
A video history
Waging Peace: Canada in Afghanistan
An hour long video
General Currie’s First Stand – The Capture of Hill 70
By Richard Laughton (pdf)
Canada's Hundred Days
With the Canadian Corps from Amiens to Mons, Aug. 8 - Nov. 11, 1918. By J. F. B. Livesay (1919) (pdf)
The Royal Canadian Navy and the Battle of the Atlantic, 1939-1945

RCAF Squadron during WWII
416 Lynx Squadron 1942-1945 with my father’s reminiscences by Larry Ruickbie
For King and Country
A series of videos about Canadian who gave their life in Word War II

Waging Peace: Canada in Afghanistan

The War Story of the Canadian Red Cross Overseas
By Mary MacLeod Moore (pdf)
The Soldier and the Surgeon
By Surgeon Lt.-Col. G. Sterling Ryerson, M.D.
Mounted Police Life in Canada
A Record of Thirty-one Years Service by Captain R. Burton Deane (1916) (pdf)
Forbes, John
The Military Institute of Windsor
Communique - their July-August 2016 newsletter (pdf)
MacDougall, Sir Patrick Leonard
Creator of the Canadian Army
Canada's Triumph
Amiens - Arras - Cambrai - August—September—October 1918 by Fred James
Thirty Canadian V.C.'s
23rd April 1915 to 30th March 1918 Compiled by the Canadian War Records Office (pdf)
The History of the 16th Battalion (The Canadian Scottish)
Canadian Expeditionary Force in the Great War, 1914-1919 By H. M. Urquhart, D.S.O., M.C., A.D.C. (pdf)
The Armed Forces of Canada 1867 - 1967
A century of achievement edited by Lieutenant-Colonel D. J. Goodspeed (pdf)
WWII Canadian Propaganda Film "Plowshares Into Swords"

Aviation in Canada 1917-1918
Being a brief account of the work of the Royal Air Force Canada, the Aviation Department of the Imperial Munitions Board and the Canadian Aeroplanes Limited compiled by Alan Sullivan, Lt. R.A.F.

The Ladies from Hell - The Black Watch- Royal Highland Regiment of Canada History

The Canadian Air Force Experience
Selecting Aircraft Life Extension as the most economical solution
Fighting Men
Of a Highland Catholic Jacobite Clan who fought for Canada to gain it for and preserve it to The Crown and for the Honour of the Name of Glengarry (1912) (pdf)
Strathcona Horse
Speech by Nicholas Flood Davin at Lansdowne Park on the occasion of the First Parade of the Strathcona Horse (1900)
Canada's Defence Policy 2017
Now Taking Off by Matthew Gaasenbeek III, Honorary Lieutenant-Colonel (past)
Memoirs of The Administration of the Colonial Government
Of Lower Canada by Sir James Henry Graig and Sir George Prevost from the Year 1807 until the year 1815, Comprehending the Military and Naval operations in the Canadas during the late War with the United States of America By Robert Christie (1818) (pdf)
Constitution and Bye-Laws of the Scottish Volunteer Rifle Company (1860) (pdf)
Official History of the Canadian Medical Services 1939 – 1945

Hearts of Gold
Being Chronicles of Heroism in Canadian History Published by the Ontario Women's Liberal Association (1915) (pdf)
The Canadian Brothers
Or The Prophecy Fulfilled, A Tales of the American War by Major Richardson, Knight of the Military Order of Saint Ferdinand in two volumes (1840)
William George McIntyre
Born Clearwater, Man, 19th June, 1888; Died Vimy Ridge, 9th April, 1917 (pdf)
Canadian Corps Operations During the Year 1918
Interim Report by Lieut.-General Sir A. W. Currie, G.C.M.G., K.C.B., Commanding Canadian Corps. (pdf)
A Tale of the Pontiac Conspiracy by Major Richardson (1906) (pdf)
Canada's Hundred Days
With the Canadian Corps from Amiens to Mons, Aug. 8 - Nov. 11, 1918. By J. F. B. Livesay with Portrait and Maps (1919) (pdf)
From Montreal to Vimy Ridge and Beyond
The Correspondence of Lieut. Clifford Almon Wells, B.A., of the 8th Battalion Canadian, B.E.F., November 1915 - April 1917 edite by O. C. S. Wallace, D.D., LL.D.  (pdf)
Oh, Canada!
A Medley of Stories, Verse, Pictures, and Music contributed by Members of the Canadian Expeditionary Force (1916) (pdf)
OH, CANADA! is not put forth as the most scintillating example of the literary and pictorial talent of the members of the Canadian Expeditionary Force. As a rule, our efforts at scintillation are somewhat hampered. Cases have been known where quite witty jests have suddenly lost their point, or been supplied with a new one in the shape of a 5'9 (Essen). "Cold feet" also is a complaint unfavourable to humour. Wherefore it is alleged that most of the current "trench jokes" and "dug-out drawings" are done in London flats by junior members of the War Office Staff. We cannot vouch for this. All that needs be said, gentle reader, with regard to the present olla-podrida, is that it is an attempt to round up a few scattered details and form them into an active unit. The appearance of OH, CANADA! will not, we trust, interfere with the vigorous prosecution of the war. The Somme will duly be set on fire, but copies of OH, CANADA! will not be used as incendiary ammunition. It may cause a few momentary misgivings in the breast of Little Willy; but, on the other hand, it will probably confirm all General von Bernhardi's calculated opinions of our Colonial futility. However, our trench vis-d-vis, Fritz, has seen us in various parts and postures. It is unlikely that he likes us. One or two things have crept into this publication which may further wound his feelings, but it can't be helped. OH, CANADA! will remind our friends as well as our foes that whenever any occasion arises for their presence.

After the Big One: Nuclear War on the Prairies (1983) Cold War Film
A Canadian made-for-television movie - This film deals straightforwardly with the consequences of a nuclear attack for the Canadian Prairies. The Prairies are singled out because of their proximity to huge stockpiles of intercontinental ballistic missiles located in North Dakota. Scenes include a visit to a missile base and to an emergency government bunker in Manitoba. A doctor, a farmer and a civil defence coordinator provide different perspectives on nuclear war. Although the film focuses on one region, it provides a model for people everywhere who would like to know more about their own situation but don't know what questions to ask.

Lithographical Views of Military Operations in Canada
Under His Excellency Sir John Colborne, G.C.B., during the late insurrection from Sketches by Lord Charles Beauclerk, Captain, Royal Regiment accompanies by notes historical and descriptive. (1850) (pdf)
Lt Gen Andrew Brooke Leslie
Some of his genealogy
Reminiscences of the North-West Rebellions
With a record of the raising of her Majesty's 100th Regiment in Canada and a chapter on the Canadian Social & Policial life by Major Bolton, commanding boulton's Scouts (1886) (pdf)
Six Years in the Canadian North-West
By Mons Jean D'Artigue translated from the French by L. C. Oorbett, Esq., B. A., and Rev. S. Smith, B.D. (1882) (pdf)
Canada's Hundred Days
With the Canadian Corps from Amiens to Mons, Aug. 8 - Nov. 11, 1918. Part One. Amiens by John Frederick Livesay (audio file)
The Guide: a Manual for the Canadian Militia (Infantry).
Compiled by Lt.-Col. W. D. Otter, Commanding the Queen’s Own Rifles (1880)
Inventory of Military documents in the Canadian Archives
Prepared by Lieut. Col. Cruickshank (1910) (pdf)
The Red Hackle
Published by the 73rd Royal Highlanders of Canada, C. E. F.
Souvenir Number March 4, 1916 (pdf)
History of NATO Veterans of Canada 2009 to 2015
A personal history by Gord Jenkins 7 Jul 2018
Extract from a Manuscript Journal relating to the Operations before Quebec in 1759
Kept by Colonel Malcolm Fraser, then Lieutenant of the 78th Fraser Highlanders and serving in that campaign (pdf)
By Every Means Possible
Despite receiving less recognition than the army, Canada's navy and air force were crucial to the success of the D-Day invasion.
Bushcraft Canadian Scout Manual
The skills and knowledge of Bushcraft are some of the key elements in the Army Cadet training program. Many of the greatest challenges and rewards in this program will occur in adventurous outdoor training. Once you are confident in outdoor safety, survival and trekking skills, you will be prepared to fully explore and discover our vast and remote Canadian wilderness. (pdf)
The Leader
A Guide to being a successful non commissioned officer in the army (pdf)
The Great War Video Series
Key Canadian battles during the First World War led to the march to victory in 1918.

How The Canadians Fought The Germans Out Of Italy In WWII
In 1943, tanks of the Royal Canadian Armoured Corps make their combat debut on the European mainland. This is the story of the Canadian tankers who fight their way up the Italian peninsula in the push to liberate Rome from Nazi occupation.

The Battle of Ortona
Canadian Christmas in the Italian Campaign of WW2

Between 20 and 28 December 1943, the idyllic Adriatic resort town of Ortona, Italy was the scene of some of the most intense urban combat in the Mediterranean Theater. Soldiers of the First Canadian Infantry Division fought German Falschirmjager for control of the city, the eastern anchor of the Gustav Line. The Army University Films Team is proud to present, The Battle of Ortona, as told by Major Jayson Geroux of the Canadian Armed Forces.

Canada's Great War Album
Soldiering in Canada
Recollections and Experiences By Lt.-Col. George T. Denison (second edition) (1900) (pdf)
The Canadian Soldiers' Song Book
This edition of the Soldiers' Song Book is donated to the Y.M.C.A. by Mr. and Mrs. William Southam, of Hamilton, Ontario, in memory of their son, Gordon Hamilton Southam, officer commanding the 40th battery, C.F.A., 3rd division, who was killed at the Battle of the Somme, Oct. 15th, 1916. (pdf)
With the First Canadian Contingent
Published on behalf of the Canadian Field Comforts Commission (1915) (pdf)

The Canadian Army Newsreels

107 to view on YouTube
Bold Journey Royal Canadian Navy Labrador through the NW Passage
by PeriscopeFilm
History of the 11th Canadian Armoured Regiment
(The Ontario Regiment) in the Field 1939 - 1945 (pdf)
The History of the Twentieth Canadian Battalion
(Central Ontario Regiment), Canadian Expeditionary Force in the Great War, 1914-1918 by Major D. J. Corrigall, D.S.O., M.C., 20th Battalion C.E.F. (1935) (pdf)
A Grateful Nation
Seventy-five years after the Second World War, the Dutch are determined to keep alive the legacy of their Canadian liberators.
Communications in the Canadian Corps, 1915-1918
Wartime Technological Progress Revisited by Bill Rawling (pdf)
Canadian Forces Attrition Forecasts
What One Should Know (Dec 2008) (pdf)
The Front Line
The Official Organ of General Motors Canadian War Service Honor Roll October 1943 (pdf)
The 25th Battery, Canadian Field Artillery
(Canadian Militia, 1908-1914) by Frank Hamilton Mewburn (pdf)
The Forty-Niner
January 1948. Official Publication of the Forty-ninth Battalion, The Loyal Edmonton Regiment Association (pdf)
Custos Borealis
The Military in the Canadian North, 1898-1975 by Kenneth C. Eyre (2020) (pdf)
The Fascinating History of Scottish Highland Warriors

The Second World War as a National Experience
Editor: Sidney Aster (1981) (pdf)
For the Flag
Or Lays and Incidents of The South African War BY Mrs. MacLeod (1901) (pdf)

Royal Canadian Air Force Centennial Commemoration Panel
The Memory Project proudly presents our Royal Canadian Air Force Centennial Commemoration Panel in commemoration of the RCAF's 100th anniversary.

The Corps of Royal Canadian Electrical and Mechanical Engineers
A Collection of RCEME Individual Unit Histories In North-West Europe In World War II Edited By Doug Knight (2010) (pdf)
The Corps of Royal Canadian Electrical and Mechanical Engineers
A History of RCEME to 1946 By Colonel R.H. Hodgson (pdf)
Standing Orders for the Royal Canadian Corps of Signals
(1966) (pdf)
The Canadian Annual Review War Series
By J. Castell Hopkinds (1914) (pdf)
The Canadian "Emma Gees"
A History of the Canadian Machine Gun Corps By Lt.-Col. C. S. Grafton (1938) (pdf)
History of the Kangaroos
1st Canadian Armoured Carrier Regiment created during WWII (pdf)
Memoirs of 4 Canadian Armoured Troops Workshop
Royal Canadian Electrical and Mechanical Engineers. Prepared by members of the unit at Enschede, Holland, September 1945, as a memento and to commemorate their life and activities from mobilization in Toronto, Canada, on 12 May 1942, throughout their training and active operations, up to the cessation of hostilities on 8 May 1945, at which time the unit was in the above location. (pdf)
Design Record Canadian Developed Military Vehicles Word War II. Issued by the Army Engineering Design Branch, Department Of Munitiens And Supply, Ottawa, Canada in 8 volumes (1945)
War of 1812 Video Field Guide
From the Battle of Queenston Heights to the burning of Washington to the little-known role of the Royal Newfoundland Regiment, this 12-part series of videos hosted by Tim Compeau brings to life the major events of the conflict.
Harrison and Procter
The River Raisin by Lt.-Col. E. A. Cruikshank, Royal Society of Canada (1910) (pdf)
The Fenian Raid of 1866 and Events on the Frontier
By Barlow Cumberland, M.A., President Ontario Historical Society, Captain, Retired List. (Presented by Dr. W. Wilfred Campbell, and read Sept. 27, 1910.)
First Siege and Capture of Louisbourg, 1745
By Sir Adams Archibald, K.C.M.G. (pdf)
Canada and the Crimea
Or, Sketches of a Soldier's Life from the Journals and Correspondence of the Late Major Ranken, R.E., Edited by his Brother W. Dayne Ranken (1862) (pdf)
Pipers of the 25th Nova Scotia Overseas Battalion in World War 1
By Barry W. Shears (2021) (pdf)
Militia Chieftains
Profiling the Founders of Canada's Scottish Militia Regiments by Patrick Watt (2014) (pdf)
Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry 1914-1919
By Ralph Hodder-Williams, formerly Lieutenant, P.P.C.L.I. with a foreword by The Lady Patricia Ramsay, Colonel-In-Chief of the Regiment and an Introduction by Lieutenant-Colonel A. Hamilton Gault, Honorary Lieuteant-Colonel, P.P.C.L.I. in two volumes (1923)
The Sky Pilot in No Man's Land
A Novel by Ralph Connor (1919) (pdf)
A Journal kept during the siege of Fort William Henry, August 1757
By I. Minis Hays, M.D. (pdf)
The Navy League in Canada
Shall Canada have a Navy of Her Own? by Mrs. W. Hewes Oliphant (Prize Essay) (1909) (pdf)
The British Army and Sport in Canada
Case Studies of the Garrisons at Halifax, Montreal and Kingston to 1871 by Robert Douglas Day (1981) (pdf)
John Macgregor V.C.
Scottish Canadian fought in both WWI & WWII
Wardsville Volunteer Infantry Company
Including background on Military service in Canada and the Fenian Brotherhood by Ken Willis (pdf)
The Battle of Hill 70: Canada's forgotten World War One victory

Back to Blighty
Battle stories recorded by Captain A. J. Dawson. Illustrations by Captain Bruce Bairnsfather, published for the Bystander (1917) (pdf)
Canada in Flanders
By Sir Max Aitken, M.P., with a Preface by the Rt. Hon. A Bonar Law, M.P., LL.D., Secretary of State for the Colonies and an Introduction by the Rt. Hon. Sir Robert Borden, G.C.M.G., M.P., LL.D., Prime Minister of Canada (1916) (pdf)
Mopping Up
A Dog Story of the Princess “Pats” By Lieutenant Jack Munroe, Through the Eyes of Bobbie Bums, Regimental Mascot
(1918) (pdf)
Sea Dogs and Men at Arms
A Canadian Book of Songs by Jesse Edgar Middleton (1918) (pdf)
The Red Watch
With the first Canadian Division in Flanders by Colonel J. A. Currie, M.P. (1916) (pdf)
The Canadian Corps in the Great War
A Learning Organization in Action, A Monograph, by Maj David G. Fearon, Canadian Army (2016) (pdf)
Canadian Veterans of the War of 1812
Edited, with an Introduction, by Eric Jonasson (1981) (pdf) Note: Difficult to read.
Photographic Record and Souvenir of the Canadian Grenadier Guards Overseas Battalion
"Eighty Seventh" by Col. F.S. Meighen, Q.C. 1916
Canada in the Netherlands
Produced by Veterans Affairs Canada (2005)
Royal Military Club of Canada
Selected Papers from the Proceedings of the Royal Military Club of Canada
The Story of the Fourth Canadian Division 1916-1919
By Major-General Watson (1919) (pdf)
Royal Military College of Canada
Regulations and Reviews
Canada and the Navy
Answers to important Questions Issued by the Central Information Office of the Canadian Liberal Party, Ottawa, Canada (pdf)
107th Timber Wolf Battalion
A study of this Indigenous Battalion's Participation in the Canadian Expeditionary Force During World War One
Corps of Royal Canadian Engineers

Veterans Affairs Wars and conflicts
Discover Canada's military history around the world and here at home – from battlefields and peacekeeping missions to search and rescue operations and disaster response.
Canadian Military Life After South Africa

32 Combat Engineer Regiment Newsletter
The Toronto Sapper includes articles on Canadian Military Engineer Association, Depart With Dignity, Caledonian Bridge Repairs, and Basic Mountain Ops Course, June 2016 issue (pdf)
Canada's Craftsmen at 50!
The Story of Electrical and Mechanical Engineering in the Canadian Armed Forces up to and including The 50th Anniversary of the formation of the Corps of Royal Canadian Electrical and Mechanical Engineers by Colonel Murray C. Johnston (1995)
Canadian Army Journal – Canadian Rangers Edition
2022 20.1 edition (pdf)

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