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QOR Padre leads UCC chapel service

Former QOR Honorary Lieutenant Colonel and UCC Old Boy Brendan Caldwell with QOR Chaplain Captain John Niles after the UCC chapel service on 3 February 2016.
Former QOR Honorary Lieutenant Colonel and UCC Old Boy Brendan Caldwell with QOR Chaplain Captain John Niles after the UCC chapel service on 3 February 2016. His sermon reflected on the 150 year connection between UCC and the QOR.

Greetings from the Ontario Minister of Tourism, Culture and Sport for QOR Day 2015

2015 Greets

Regimental Christmas Cards from the First and Second World War

We thought we’d reblog this post from December 2013 with samples of our Regimental Christmas Cards.

The Queen's Own Rifles of Canada Regimental Museum and Archives

As we approach another holiday season, we’re sharing some of the Regimental Christmas Cards that will be on a temporary exhibit at the Museum starting 1 December. This first series is primarily from the First World War with one from 1941. The Queen’s Own Rifles of Canada perpetuate the 83rd, 166th and 198th Battalions represented below.

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Bernières-sur-Mer

Ever wonder what Bernières-sur-Mer looked like on June 6, 1944? Well here is an Aerial photograph taken roughly around 1100hrs on June 6th.

Bernières-sur-Mer June 6th 1944 1100hrs
Bernières-sur-Mer June 6th 1944 1100hrs

Cheers,

MCpl Graham Humphrey

Warm wishes for the Holiday Season

Trust Fund Christmas Card 2013

Regimental Christmas Cards since 1923

Check out this second gallery of Regimental Christmas cards since 1923, many of which will be in our temporary exhibit at the museum starting December 1st.

Click on any photo below to access the gallery.

Regimental Christmas Cards from the First and Second World War

As we approach another holiday season, we’re sharing some of the Regimental Christmas Cards that will be on a temporary exhibit at the Museum starting 1 December. This first series is primarily from the First World War with one from 1941. The Queen’s Own Rifles of Canada perpetuate the 83rd, 166th and 198th Battalions represented below.