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Cavalry/Armoured Regiments
1900-13 | 1914-39 | 1940-63 | 1964-99


Infantry Regiments
1900-20 | 1921-36 | 1937-50 | 1951-99

Cavalry/Armoured Regiments
1st Hussars
1st APC Regiment
1st British Columbia Horse
2nd Dragoons
2nd/10th Dragoons
3rd Prince of Wales' Cdn Dragoons
4th Hussars
4th Hussars of Canada
IV PLDG
5th Dragoons
5th Princess Louise Drag. Gds
6th Duke of Connaught's R.C.H.
7th Hussars
7th/11th Hussars
8th Princess Louise's NB Hussars
8th Cdn Hussars (Princess Louise's)
9th (Grey's) Horse
9th Toronto Light Horse
9th Mississauga Horse
10th Brant Dragoons
10th Queen's Own Cdn Hussars
11th Hussars
12th Manitoba Dragoons

12e Régiment Blindé du Canada

13th Scottish Light Dragoons
14th Canadian Hussars
14th King's Canadian Hussars
15th Light Horse
16th Light Horse
17th Duke of York's Royal Can. H.
17th PEI Recce
18th Mounted Rifles
19th Alberta Dragoons
19th The Alberta Mounted Rifles
20th Border Horse
21st Alberta Hussars
22nd Saskatchewan Horse
22nd Saskatchewan Light Horse
23rd Alberta Rangers
24th Grey's Horse
25th Brant Dragoons
26th Canadian Dragoons
27th Light Horse
28th New Brunswick Dragoons
29th Light Horse
30th Regiment (BC Horse)
31st Regiment (BC Horse)
32nd Light Horse
32nd Manitoba Horse
33rd Vaudreuil & Soulanges Huss.
34th Fort Garry Horse
35th Central Alberta Horse
36th PEI Light Horse
Algonquin Regiment
British Columbia Dragoons
British Columbia Mounted Rifles
British Columbia Regiment
Border Horse
Calgary Regiment
Canadian Mounted Rifles
Duke of York's Royal Cdn Hussars
Elgin Regiment
Fort Garry Horse
Grey & Simcoe Foresters
Governor General's Body Guard
Governor General's Horse Guards
Halifax Rifles
King's Own Calgary Regt.
Lord Strathcona's Horse
Manitoba Dragoons
Manitoba Horse
Mississauga Horse
Ontario Mounted Rifles
Princess Louise Dragoon Guards
Queen's Own Canadian Hussars
Queen's York Rangers (1st Am. R.)
Régt de Hull
Régt de Trois-Riviéres
Royal Canadian Dragoons
Royal Canadian Mounted Rifles
Saskatchewan Dragoons
Sherbrooke Regiment
South Alberta Light Horse
Strathcona's Horse
Toronto Light Horse
Toronto Mounted Rifles
Windsor Regiment

Infantry Regiments 1900-1919
Dawson Rifles
GGFG
Kootenay Rifles
PPCLI
Royal Canadian Regiment
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Infantry Regiments 1920-2000
1st British Columbia Regiment
1st BC Regt (D. of Conn.'s Own)
Algonquin Regiment
Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders
Black Watch (RHR) of Canada
BC Regt (D. of Conn's Own Rifles)
Calgary Highlanders
Calgary Regiment
Cameron Highlanders of Ottawa
Canadian Airborne Regiment
Canadian Scottish Regiment
 Canadian Fusiliers (C of L Regt)
Canadian Guards
Canadian Grenadier Guards
Cape Breton Highlanders
Carleton and York Regiment
Elgin Regiment
Essex Scottish
Essex & Kent Scottish
 Fusiliers de Sherbrooke
Fusiliers Mont Royal
Fusiliers du St. Laurent
48th Highlanders of Canada
Gov Gen Foot Guards
Grey & Simcoe Foresters
Halifax Rifles
Hastings and Prince Edward Regt
Highland Fusiliers of Canada
Highland Light Infantry of Canada
Irish Fusiliers
Irish Fusiliers of Can (Vancouver R.)
Irish Regiment
Irish Regiment of Canada
Kent Regiment
King's Own Rifles of Canada
Lake Superior Regiment
Lincoln and Welland Regiment
Loyal Edmonton Regiment
Lorne Scots
Midland Regiment
Mississauga Regiment
New Brunswick Rangers
New Brunswick Scottish
North Nova Scotia Highlanders
North Shore (New Brunswick) Regt
North Waterloo Regiment
Oxford Rifles
Perth Regiment
Peterborough Rangers
Pictou Highlanders
PPCLI
Prince Albert and Battleford Voltrs
Princess Louise Fusiliers (MG)
Prince Rupert Regiment
Princess of Wales' Own Regiment
Queen's Own Cameron Highlanders
Queen's Own Rifles of Canada
Queen's Rangers (1st Am. Regt.)
Queen's York Rangers (1st Am. R.)
 Régiment de la Chaudière
 Régiment de Chateauguay
Régiment de Levis
 Régiment de Maisonneuve
Régiment de Montmagmy
 Régiment de Saguenay
Régiment de St. Hyacinthe
 Régiment de Québec
Regina Rifle Regiment
Rocky Mountain Rangers
Royal 22e Regt
Royal Canadian Regiment
Royal Highlanders of Canada
Royal Highland Fusiliers of Canada
Royal Regiment of Canada
Royal Regina Rifles
Royal Hamilton Light Infantry
Royal Montreal Regiment
Royal New Brunswick Regiment
Royal Newfoundland Regiment
Royal Rifles of Canada
Royal Scots of Canada
Royal Winnipeg Rifles
Saskatoon Light Infantry
Scots Fusiliers of Canada
S, D and G Highlanders
Seaforth Highlanders of Canada
South Alberta Regiment
South New Brunswick Regiment
South Saskatchewan Regiment
Toronto Regiment
Toronto Scottish Regiment
Vancouver Regiment
Victoria Rifles of Canada
Voltigeurs de Quebec
Waterloo Regiment
Westminster Regiment
West Nova Scotia Regiment
West Toronto Regiment
Winnipeg Grenadiers
Winnipeg Light Infantry
York Rangers
 Yukon Regiment

Armoured Regiments 1940-1963

This is a listing of armoured regiments from 1940 to 31 Dec 1963. Until 1941, "tank" regiments belonged to the Infantry. The Second World War saw a hasty conversion of both cavalry and infantry regiments into armoured regiments equipped with tanks. By the end of the war, horses were no longer utilized by the Canadian Army, and the Royal Canadian Armoured Corps had fully established itself as a worthy successor to the Cavalry. The Canadian Armoured Corps was created 13 August 1940 and given the Royal designation on 2 August 1945.

Expansion of armoured forces during the Second World War was extensive; see also the complete listing of Canadian Armoured Corps Units in the Second World War.

Permanent Active Militia (Permanent Force)/Canadian Army Active Force/Canadian Army (Regular)

Designation as of 1 Jan 1940 Changes made before 1 Jan 1964
Royal Canadian Dragoons
  • Redesignated 1st Armoured Car Regiment (Royal Canadian Dragoons) 11 Feb 1941.
  • Redesignated 1st Armoured Regiment (Royal Canadian Dragoons) 16 Oct 1946.
  • Redesignated Royal Canadian Dragoons 19 May 1958.
  • Redesignated The Royal Canadian Dragoons 12 Jan 1959.
Lord Strathcona's Horse (Royal Canadians)
  • Redesignated 2nd Armoured Regiment (Lord Strathcona's Horse (Royal Canadians)) RCAC 16 Oct 1946.
  • Redesignated Lord Strathcona's Horse (Royal Canadians)(2nd Armoured Regiment) 2 Mar 1949.
  • Redesignated Lord Strathcona's Horse (Royal Canadians) 19 May 1958.
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  • A regular force component was authorized 29 Jan 1957 with the name 1/8th Canadian Hussars (Princess Louise's).
  • Redesignated 8th Canadian Hussars (Princess Louise's) 1 Jan 1960.
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  • A regular force component was authorized 11 Oct 1958 with the name The 1st Fort Garry Horse.
  • On 1 Jan 1960 this designation was changed to The Fort Garry Horse.
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  • 1st Canadian Armoured Personnel Carrier Regiment created 24 Oct 1944.
  • Redesignated 1st Canadian Armoured Carrier Regiment 1 Dec 1944.
  • Disbanded 11 May 1945.

Non-Permanent Active Militia/Canadian Army Reserve Force/Canadian Army (Militia)

Designation as of 1 Jan 1940 Changes made before 1 Jan 1964
The Governor General's Horse Guards
  • Redesignated 3rd (Reserve) Armoured Regiment (The Governor General's Horse Guards) 1 Apr 1941.
  • Redesignated The Governor General's Horse Guards (3rd Armoured Regiment) 4 Feb 1949.
  • Redesignated The Governor General's Horse Guards 19 May 1958.
1st Hussars
  • Redesignated 6th (Reserve) Armoured Regiment (1st Hussars) 1 Apr 1941.
  • Redesignated 1st Hussars (6th Armoured Regiment) 4 Feb 1949.
  • Redesignated 1st Hussars 19 May 1958.
2nd/10th Dragoons Converted to artillery and redesignated 57th Light Anti-Aircraft Regiment (2nd/10th Dragoons), RCA 1 Apr 1946.
4th Princess Louise Dragoon Guards
  • Redesignated 4th (Reserve) Reconnaissance Battalion (IV Princess Louise Dragoon Guards) 1 Apr 1941.
  • Redesignated 4th (Reserve) Reconnaissance Regiment (IV Princess Louise Dragoon Guards) 8 Jun 1942.
  • Redesignated 4th Armoured Car Regiment (IV Princess Louise Dragoon Guards) 19 Jun 1947.
  • Redesignated IV Princess Louise Dragoon Guards (4th Armoured Car Regiment) 4 Feb 1949.
  • Redesignated 4th Princess Louise Dragoon Guards 19 May 1958.
6th Duke of Connaught's Royal Canadian Hussars (Armoured Car)
  • Redesignated 15th (Reserve) Armoured Regiment (6th Duke of Connaught's Royal Canadian Hussars) 1 Apr 1941
  • Redesignated 6th Duke of Connaught's Royal Canadian Hussars (15th Armoured Regiment) 4 Feb 1949.
  • Redesignated 6th Duke of Connaught's Royal Canadian Hussars 19 May 1958.
  • Amalgamated with 17th Duke of York's Royal Canadian Hussars, to form The Royal Canadian Hussars 16 Sep 1958.
7th/11th Hussars
  • Redesignated 16th (Reserve) Armoured Regiment (7th/11th Hussars) 1 Apr 1941.
  • Redesignated 16th Reconnaissance Regiment (7th/11th Hussars) 1 Apr 1946.
  • Redesignated 7th/11th Hussars (16th Reconnaissance Regiment) 4 Feb 1949.
  • Redesignated 7th/11th Hussars (16th Armoured Regiment) 1 Sep 1954.
  • Redesignated 7th/11th Hussars 18 May 1958.
12th Manitoba Dragoons
  • Redesignated 18th (Manitoba) Armoured Car Regiment 26 Jan 1942
  • 12th (Reserve) Manitoba Dragoons, organised in Reserve Army
  • Redesignated 18th Armoured Car Regiment (12th Dragoons) 1 Apr 1946
  • Redesignated 12th Manitoba Dragoons (18th Armoured Car Regiment) 4 Feb 1949
  • Redesignated 12th Manitoba Dragoons (18th Armoured Regiment) 1 Oct 1954
  • Redesignated 12th Manitoba Dragoons 19 May 1958.
8th Princess Louise's New Brunswick Hussars
  • Redesignated 5th (Reserve) Armoured Regiment, 8th Princess Louise's (New Brunswick) Hussars 1 Apr 1941.
  • Redesignated 8th Princess Louise's (New Brunswick) Hussars (5th Armoured Regiment) 4 Feb 1949.
  • A regular force component of the regiment was authorized 29 Jan 1957 with the Militia component being renamed 2/8th Canadian Hussars (Princess Louise's).
  • On 1 Jan 1960 this designation was changed to 8th Canadian Hussars (Princess Louise's)(Militia).
The British Columbia Dragoons
  • Redesignated 9th (Reserve) Armoured Regiment (The British Columbia Dragoons) 1 Apr 1941.
  • Redesignated 9th Reconnaissance Regiment (The British Columbia Dragoons) 1 Apr 1946.
  • Redesignated The British Columbia Dragoons (9th Reconnaissance Regiment) 4 Feb 1949.
  • Redesignated The British Columbia Dragoons 19 May 1958.
The Prince Edward Island Light Horse
  • Redesignated 17th (Reserve) Armoured Regiment (Prince Edward Island Light Horse) 1 Apr 1941.
  • Amalgamated with The Prince Edward Island Highlanders, to form 17th (Prince Edward Island) Reconnaissance Regiment 1 Apr 1946.
  • Redesignated The Prince Edward Island Regiment (RCAC) 19 May 1958.
15th Alberta Light Horse
  • Redesignated 15th (Reserve) Alberta Light Horse.
  • Converted to artillery and redesignated 22nd Field Battery, RCA 1 Apr 1946.
16th/22nd Saskatchewan Horse Amalgamated with Battleford element of The Prince Albert and Battleford Volunteers, to form The Battleford Light Infantry (16th/22nd Saskatchewan Horse) 1 May 1941.
17th Duke of York's Royal Canadian Hussars
  • Redesignated 7th (Reserve) Reconnaissance Battalion (17th Duke of York's Royal Canadian Hussars) 1 Apr 1941.
  • Redesignated 7th (Reserve) Reconnaissance Regiment (17th Duke of York's Royal Canadian Hussars) 8 Jun 1942.
  • Redesignated 17th Duke of York's Royal Canadian Hussars (17th Reconnaissance Regiment) 4 Feb 1949.
  • Redesignated 17th Duke of York's Royal Canadian Hussars 19 May 1958.
  • Amalgamated with 6th Duke of Connaught's Royal Canadian Hussars to form The Royal Canadian Hussars 16 Sep 1958.
The Manitoba Mounted Rifles Converted to artillery and redesignated 118th Battery, 40th Medium Regiment, RCA 1 Apr 1946.
14th Canadian Light Horse
  • Redesignated 14th Canadian Hussars 1 Aug 1940.
  • Redesignated 8th (Reserve) Reconnaissance Battalion (14th Canadian Hussars) 1 Apr 1941
  • Redesignated 8th (Reserve) Reconnaissance Regiment (14th Canadian Hussars) 8 Jun 1942
  • Redesignated 8th Armoured Car Regiment (14th Canadian Hussars) 19 Jun 1947
  • Redesignated 14th Canadian Hussars (8th Armoured Car Regiment) 4 Feb 1949
  • Redesignated 14th Canadian Hussars (8th Armoured Regiment) 30 Jul 1954
  • Redesignated 14th Canadian Hussars 19 May 1958
The Fort Garry Horse
  • Converted to armour 23 Nov 1940.
  • Redesignated 10th (Reserve) Armoured Regiment (The Fort Garry Horse) 1 Apr 1941.
  • Redesignated The Fort Garry Horse (10th Armoured Regiment) 4 Feb 1949.
  • Redesignated The Fort Garry Horse 19 May 1958.
  • A regular force component was authorized 11 Oct 1958 with the Militia component being redesignated The 2nd Fort Garry Horse.
  • On 1 Jan 1960 this designation was changed to The Fort Garry Horse (Militia).
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  • The Queen's York Rangers (1st American Regiment) redesignated 25th Armoured Regiment (Queen's York Rangers)) 19 Jun 1947.
  • Redesignated The Queen's York Rangers (1st American Regiment (25th Armoured Regiment) 4 Feb 1949.
  • Redesignated The Queen's York Rangers (1st American Regiment)(RCAC) 19 May 1958.
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  • The Elgin Regiment redesignated The Elgin Regiment (27th Armoured Regiment) 1 Oct 1954 and converted to armour.
  • Redesignated The Elgin Regiment (RCAC) 19 May 1958.
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  • The Grey and Simcoe Foresters redesignated 26th Army Tank Battalion (The Grey and Simcoe Foresters) 26 Jan 1942.
  • Converted to artillery and redesignated 45th Anti-Tank Regiment (Grey and Simcoe Foresters) 1 Apr 1946.
  • Redesignated 45th Anti-Tank Regiment (Self-Propelled) (Grey and Simcoe Foresters) 19 Jun 1947
  • 45th Anti-Tank Regiment (Self-Propelled) (Grey and Simcoe Foresters) amalgamated with 55th Light Anti-Aircraft Regiment, RCA, to form The Grey and Simcoe Foresters (28th Armoured Regiment) 1 Oct 1954.
  • Redesignated The Grey and Simcoe Foresters (RCAC) 19 May 1958.
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  • The Ontario Regiment (Tank) redesignated 11th (Reserve) Army Tank Regiment (The Ontario Regiment (Tank) 15 Aug 1942.
  • Redesignated 11th Armoured Regiment (The Ontario Regiment) 1 Apr 1946.
  • Redesignated The Ontario Regiment (11th Armoured Regiment) 4 Feb 1949.
  • Redesignated The Ontario Regiment (RCAC) 19 May 1958.
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  • The Sherbrooke Regiment redesignated 12th Armoured Regiment (Sherbrooke Regiment) 1 Apr 1946.
  • Redesignated The Sherbrooke Regiment (12th Armoured Regiment) 4 Feb 1949.
  • Redesignated The Sherbrooke Regiment (RCAC) 19 May 1958.
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  • The Halifax Rifles redesignated 23rd Armoured Regiment (Halifax Rifles) 1 Apr 1946.
  • Redesignated The Halifax Rifles (23rd Armoured Regiment) 4 Feb 1949.
  • Redesignated The Halifax Rifles (RCAC) 19 May 1958.
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  • Le Régiment de Hull redesignated 21st Armoured Regiment (Régiment de Hull) 1 Apr 1946.
  • Redesignated Le Régiment de Hull (21st Armoured Regiment) 4 Feb 1949.
  • Redesignated Le Régiment de Hull (RCAC) 19 May 1958.
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  • The Prince Edward Island Highlanders amalgamated with 17th (Reserve) Armoured Regiment (Prince Edward Island Light Horse) 1 Apr 1946 to form 17th (Prince Edward Island) Reconnaissance Regiment
  • Redesignated The Prince Edward Island Regiment (17th Reconnaissance Regiment) 4 Feb 1949.
  • Redesignated The Prince Edward Island Regiment (RCAC) 19 May 1958.
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  • The Three Rivers Regiment (Tank) redesignated the 12th (Reserve) Army Tank Battalion (The Three Rivers Regiment)(Tank) 1 Apr 1941.
  • Redesignated 12th (Reserve) Army Tank Regiment (The Three Rivers Regiment)(Tank) 15 Aug 1942.
  • Converted to artillery and redesignated 46th Anti-Tank Regiment (The Three Rivers Regiment) 1 Apr 1946.
  • Reconverted and redesignated 24th Armoured Regiment (Three Rivers Regiment) 18 Jun 1947.
  • Redesignated Le Régiment de Trois-Rivières (24th Armoured Regiment) 21 Feb 1949.
  • Redesignated Le Régiment de Trois-Rivières (RCAC) 19 May 1958.
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  • The King's Own Rifles of Canada redesignated 20th (Saskatchewan) Armoured Regiment 2 Feb 1949.
  • Redesignated The Saskatchewan Dragoons (20th Armoured Regiment) 31 Jul 1954.
  • Redesignated The Saskatchewan Dragoons 19 May 1958.
19th Alberta Dragoons
  • The Edmonton Fusiliers amalgamated 1 Apr 1946 with 19th Alberta Dragoons to form 19th Alberta Armoured Car Regiment (Edmonton Fusiliers).
  • Redesignated 19th Alberta Armoured Car Regiment 4 Feb 1949.
  • Redesignated 19th Alberta Dragoons (19th Armoured Car Regiment) 1 Nov 1954.
  • Redesignated 19th Alberta Dragoons 19 May 1958.
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  • The Calgary Regiment (Tank) redesignated 14th (Reserve) Army Tank Battalion (The Calgary Regiment (Tank) 1 Apr 1941.
  • Redesignated 14th (Reserve) Army Tank Regiment (The Calgary Regiment)(Tank) 15 Aug 1942.
  • Redesignated The Calgary Regiment (Tank) 1 Apr 1946.
  • Redesignated 14th Armoured Regiment (King's Own Calgary Regiment) 22 Jul 1946.
  • Redesignated The King's Own Calgary Regiment (14th Armoured Regiment) 4 Feb 1949.
  • Redesignated The King's Own Calgary Regiment (RCAC) 19 May 1958.
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  • The British Columbia Regiment (Duke of Connaught's Own Rifles) redesignated 13th Armoured Regiment (The British Columbia Regiment) 1 Apr 1946.
  • Redesignated The British Columbia Regiment (Duke of Connaught's Own) (13th Armoured Regiment) 4 Feb 1949.
  • Redesignated The British Columbia Regiment (Duke of Connaught's Own)(RCAC) 19 May 1958.
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  • The Essex Regiment (Tank) redesignated 30th (Reserve) Reconnaissance Battalion (Essex Regiment) 27 Jan 1942.
  • Redesignated 30th (Reserve) Reconnaissance Regiment (Essex Regiment) 8 Jun 1942.
  • Redesignated 22nd Reconnaissance Regiment (Essex Regiment) 1 Apr 1946.
  • Redesignated The Windsor Regiment (22nd Reconnaissance Regiment) 4 Apr 1949.
  • Redesignated The Windsor Regiment (22nd Armoured Regiment) 1 Oct 1954.
  • Redesignated The Windsor Regiment (RCAC) 19 May 1958.
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  • The New Brunswick Regiment (Tank) redesignated 19th (Reserve) Army Tank Battalion (The New Brunswick Regiment)(Tank) 1 Apr 1941.
  • Redesignated 19th (Reserve) Army Tank Regiment (The New Brunswick Regiment)(Tank) 15 Aug 1942.
  • Redesignated 19th (Reserve) Armoured Regiment (The New Brunswick Regiment)(Tank).
  • Converted to artillery and redesignated The New Brunswick Regiment 31 Mar 1946.
  • Disbanded 1946.
nil South Alberta Regiment amalgamated with 41st Anti-Tank Regiment (Self-Propelled), RCA, and 68th Light Anti-Aircraft Regiment, RCA, to form The South Alberta Light Horse (29th Armoured Regiment) 28 Sep 1954.

Redesignated The South Alberta Light Horse 19 May 1958.

nil The Algonquin Regiment redesignated from infantry regiment to become The Algonquin Regiment (26th Armoured Regiment) 1 Oct 1954.

Redesignated The Algonquin Regiment (RCAC) 19 May 1958.

Converted back to infantry 1965.


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