Some of these clips are digitized from 16mm films in the museum’s collection. You can also subscribe to our YouTube Channel to received notifications when we upload new clips.

1944: North Shore Regiment exiting landing craft on Juno Beach on D-Day.

1957: 1st Battalion, Queen’s Own Rifles, fires Feu de Joie for Victoria Day at Currie Barracks, Calgary, Alberta.

1957: 2nd Battalion, Queen’s Own Rifles of Canada (Regular Force) Training at CFB Wainwright

1957: 2nd Battalion, Queen’s Own Rifles of Canada (Regular Force) draft departing for Germany

1960: 2nd Battalion, Queen’s Own Rifles of Canada Regular Force Parade and Drum Head Service at Fort McLeod, Germany.

1963: Queen’s Own Rifles Unveiling of Memorial at Bernieres-sur-Mere.

1960: Overview of the 100th Anniversary events undertaken by each of the three battalions.

1960: History of The Queen’s Own Rifles of Canada produced on the 100th Anniversary of the Regiment

1963: Demolition of the University Avenue Armouries, home of the Queen’s Own Rifles Militia since 1891.

1964: Documentary on Sgt Aubrey Cosens, who earned his Victoria Cross while serving with the Queen’s Own Rifles in the Second World War.

1960s/70s: Tour of the “new” Moss Park Armoury including the Officers’ and Sergeants’ Messes

2000: History of the Queen’s Own Rifles of Canada prepared for the 140th Anniversary.

NEW 2002: 5 May ramp jump at CFB Borden at conclusion of Brigade Exercise

2 thoughts on “Videos”

  1. I was best recruit of #23 Platoon 1st Btn and I have some photos to share Stationed at Currie Barracks from 1955 to 1958 I still have my UN patches and my award for best recruit. I was in signals, transport, clerical,stretcher bearer


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