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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

Infantry Regiments 1951-1999

This is a listing of the infantry regiments in existence in the Canadian Army from 1951 to the year 2000. Suffixes to regimental names included (MG) - for machine gun, and (Mit) - for Mitrailleuses.

Canadian Army Active Force/Canadian Army (Regular)/Force Mobile Command (Regular Force)/Land Force Command (Regular Force)

Designation as of 1 Jan 1950 Changes made before 1 Jan 2000
nil The Canadian Guards
  • Formed in Regular Force by redesignation of existing battalions 16 Oct 1953. As Foot Guards were granted senior Order of Precedence.
  • Last Regular Force battalion disbanded 6 Jul 1970; Regiment added to Supplementary Order of Battle.
The Royal Canadian Regiment
  • 2nd Battalion raised for Korea, remained on order of battle.
  • 3rd Battalion raised for Korea, redesignated as battalion of The Canadian Guards 1954, reraised 1970.
Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry
  • 2nd Battalion raised for Korea, remained on order of battle.
  • 3rd Battalion raised for Korea, redesignated as battalion of The Canadian Guards 1954, reraised 1970.
Royal 22e Regiment
  • 2nd and 3rd Battalions raised for Korea, remained on order of battle.
nil The Queen's Own Rifles of Canada
  • Regular Force component added to establishment by redesignation of 1st and 2nd Canadian Rifle Battalions 16 Oct 1953.
  • Last Regular Force battalion disbanded, 27 Apr 1970.
nil The Black Watch (Royal Highland Regiment) of Canada
  • Regular Force component added to establishment by redesignation of 1st and 2nd Canadian Highland Battalions 16 Oct 1953.
  • Regular Force battalions disbanded 1 Jul 1970.
nil The Canadian Airborne Regiment
  • Formed 9 Apr 1968.
  • Disbanded 5 Mar 1995.

Canadian Army Reserve Force/Canadian Army (Militia)/Force Mobile Command (Militia)/Land Force Command (Militia)

Designation as of 1 Jan 1950 Changes made before 1 Jan 2000
The Governor General's Foot Guards
  • Redesignated The Governor General's Foot Guards (5th Battalion, Canadian Guards) 1 Sep 1954.
  • Redesignated Governor General's Foot Guards (5th Battalion, Canadian Guards) 25 Apr 1958.
  • Redesignated Governor General's Foot Guards 1 Dec 1976.
The Canadian Grenadier Guards
  • Redesignated The Canadian Grenadier Guards (6th Battalion, Canadian Guards) 1 Sep 1954.
  • Redesignated The Canadian Grenadier Guards 1 Aug 1976.
The Queen's Own Rifles of Canada
  • Two battalions added to Regular Force order of battle 16 Oct 1953; Militia battalion became 3rd Battalion, The Queen's Own Rifles of Canada.
  • Last Regular Force battalion disbanded 27 Apr 1970, regiment reverted to Reserve, once again redesignated The Queens Own Rifles of Canada.
Victoria Rifles of Canada Regiment added to Supplementary Order of Battle 5 Mar 1965.
The Black Watch (Royal Highland Regiment) of Canada
  • Two battalions added to Regular Force order of battle 16 Oct 1953; Militia battalion became 3rd Battalion, The Black Watch (Royal Highland Regiment) of Canada.
  • Regular Force battalions disbanded 1 Jul 1970, regiment reverted to Reserve, once again redesignated The Black Watch (Royal Highland Regiment) of Canada.
The Canadian Fusiliers (City of London Regiment)(MG)
  • Amalgamated 1 Oct 1954 with The Oxford Rifles, to form The London and Oxford Fusiliers (3rd Battalion, The Royal Canadian Regiment).
  • Redesignated 3rd Battalion, The Royal Canadian Regiment (London and Oxford Fusiliers) 25 Apr 1958.
  • Redesignated 4th Battalion, The Royal Canadian Regiment (London and Oxford Fusiliers) 1 Sep 1970
  • Redesignated 4th Battalion, The Royal Canadian Regiment 1989.
The Royal Rifles of Canada Regiment added to Supplementary Order of Battle 22 Feb 1965.
Les Voltigeurs de Quebec (Motor)
  • Redesignated Les Voltigeurs de Québec (Mit) and absorbed Le Régiment de Québec (Mit) 1 Sep 1954
  • Redesignated Les Voltigeurs de Québec 11 Apr 1958
The Royal Regiment of Canada nil
The Royal Hamilton Light Infantry (Wentworth Regiment) nil
The Princess of Wales' Own Regiment nil
Le Régiment de Levis Absorbed by Le Régiment de la Chaudière 1 Sep 1954.
Le Régiment de Saguenay
  • Redesignated Le Régiment du Saguenay (Mit) 1 Sep 1954.
  • Redesignated Le Régiment du Saguenay 11 Apr 1958.
The Lincoln and Welland Regiment nil
The Lorne Scots (Peel, Dufferin and Halton Regiment) nil
The Essex Scottish
  • Amalgamated with The Kent Regiment to become The Essex and Kent Scottish 1 Oct 1954.
  • Organized into 2 battalions, 7 Mar 1962.
  • Amalgamated into 1 battalion 31 Mar 1965.
The Oxford Rifles
  • Amalgamated 1 Oct 1954 with the The Canadian Fusiliers (City of London Regiment)(MG), to form The London and Oxford Fusiliers (3rd Battalion, The Royal Canadian Regiment).
The Kent Regiment Amalgamated with The Essex Scottish to become The Essex and Kent Scottish 1 Oct 1954.
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.
  • Moved to Royal Canadian Armoured Corps
The Perth Regiment
  • Amalgamated with The Highland Light Infantry of Canada, to form The Perth and Waterloo Regiment (Highland Light Infantry of Canada) 1 Oct 1954.
  • Un-amalgamated to become The Perth Regiment 1 Apr 1957.
  • Disbanded, some personnel went to 3rd Battalion, The Royal Canadian Regiment (London and Oxford Fusiliers) and Regiment added to Supplementary Order of Battle 28 Feb 1965.
The Highland Light Infantry of Canada
  • Amalgamated with The Perth Regiment, to form The Perth and Waterloo Regiment (Highland Light Infantry of Canada) 1 Oct 1954.
  • Unamalgamated to reform The Highland Light Infantry of Canada 1 Apr 1957.
  • Amalgamated with The Scots Fusiliers of Canada, to form The Highland Fusiliers of Canada 26 Feb 1965.
  • Redesignated The Royal Highland Fusiliers of Canada 5 Nov 1998.
The Grey and Simcoe Foresters (RCAC) The Grey and Simcoe Foresters converted back to infantry 1970.
The Midland Regiment Absorbed by The Hastings and Prince Edward Regiment on 1 Sep 1954.
60th Light Anti-Aircraft Regiment (The Brockville Rifles)
  • Redesignated as 32nd Locating Battery (Brockville Rifles), RCA on 1 Sep 1954 and absorbed by 32nd Anti-Tank Battalion (Self-Propelled), RCA.
  • Redesignated The Brockville Rifles 1 Dec 1959 and converted back to infantry.
59th Light Anti-Aircraft Regiment (Lanark and Renfrew Scottish) Redesignated The Lanark and Renfrew Scottish Regiment 1 Dec 1959 and converted back to infantry.
The Cameron Highlanders of Ottawa
  • Redesignated The Cameron Highlanders of Ottawa (MG) 1 Sep 1954.
  • Redesignated The Cameron Highlanders of Ottawa 1 Aug 1959
48th Highlanders of Canada nil
The Hastings and Prince Edward Regiment
  • Absorbed The Midland Regiment, and 9 Anti-Aircraft Regiment (Self-Propelled) (The Argyll Light Infantry) RCA without change of title 1 Sep 1954.
  • "B" Company formed from 50th Field Artillery Regiment (The Prince of Wales Rangers), Royal Canadian Artillery and 28th RCEME 1969.
Les Fusiliers de Sherbrooke nil
The Royal Montreal Regiment (MG) Redesignated The Royal Montreal Regiment 1 Sep 1954.
The Stormont, Dundas and Glengarry Highlanders
  • Redesignated The Stormont, Dundas and Glengarry Highlanders (MG) 1 Sep 1954.
  • Redesignated The Stormont, Dundas and Glengarry Highlanders 1 Aug 1959
Le Régiment de Montmagmy Absorbed by Les Fusiliers du St. Laurent 1 Sep 1954.
The New Brunswick Scottish
  • Amalgamated with The Carleton and York Regiment, to form 1st Battalion, The New Brunswick Regiment (Carleton and York) 31 Oct 1954.
  • Redesignated 1st Battalion, The Royal New Brunswick Regiment 18 May 1956.
Le Régiment de Chateauguay Redesignated 4ieme Bataillon, Royal 22e Régiment (Châteauguay) 1954.
Les Fusiliers Mont Royal nil
The Princess Louise Fusiliers (MG) Redesignated The Princess Louise Fusiliers 11 Apr 1958.
The Carleton and York Regiment
  • Amalgamated with The New Brunswick Scottish, to form 1st Battalion, The New Brunswick Regiment (Carleton and York) 31 Oct 1954.
  • Redesignated 1st Battalion, The Royal New Brunswick Regiment 18 May 1956
The West Nova Scotia Regiment
  • Redesignated The West Nova Scotia Regiment (MG) 1 Oct 1954.
  • Redesignated The West Nova Scotia Regiment 11 Apr 1958.
The Seaforth Highlanders of Canada nil
The North Shore (New Brunswick) Regiment
  • Amalgamated with 28 Field Battery RCA, to form 2nd Battalion, The New Brunswick Regiment (North Shore) 30 Sep 1954.
  • Redesignated 2nd Battalion, The Royal New Brunswick Regiment 18 May 1956
The Pictou Highlanders (Motor)
  • Amalgamated with The North Nova Scotia Highlanders, and 189 LAA Battery RCA, to form 1st Battalion, The Nova Scotia Highlanders 1 Oct 1954.
  • Redesignated 1st Battalion, The Nova Scotia Highlanders (North) 21 Jun 1955.
The Queen's Own Cameron Highlanders of Canada
  • Redesignated The Queens' Own Cameron Highlanders of Canada (Motor) 1 Oct 1954.
  • Redesignated The Queens' Own Cameron Highlanders of Canada 11 Apr 1958.
The North Nova Scotia Highlanders
  • Amalgamated with The Pictou Highlanders, and 189 LAA Battery RCA, to form 1st Battalion, The Nova Scotia Highlanders 1 Oct 1954.
  • Redesignated 1st Battalion, The Nova Scotia Highlanders (North) 21 Jun 1955.
Régiment de Joliette Regiment added to Supplementary Order of Battle 31 Dec 1964.
Le Régiment de St. Hyacinthe
  • Redesignated 6th Battalion, Le Royal 22e Régiment 2 Feb 1956.
  • Redesignated 6e bataillon, Le Royal 22e Régiment (Saint-Hyacinthe) 9 Nov 1963.
Le Régiment de Maisonneuve nil
Le Regiment de Québec (Mit) Amalgamated with Les Voltigeurs de Québec (Motor) 1954
The Canadian Scottish Regiment (Princess Mary's) Absorbed 62nd Anti-Tank Battery RCA and 66 Light Anti-Aircraft Regiment RCA, without change of title 31 Dec 1954.
65th Light Anti-Aircraft Regiment (Irish Fusiliers)
  • Redesignated Irish Fusiliers of Canada (The Vancouver Regiment), absorbed 120th Independent Field Battery, RCA and converted to infantry 1 Sep 1958
  • Regiment added to Supplementary Order of Battle 19 Mar 1965.
Fusiliers du St. Laurent
  • Redesignated Les Fusiliers du St. Laurent (5th Battalion, Royal 22e Regiment) absorbed Le Régiment de Montmagny 1 Sep 1954.
  • Redesignated Les Fusiliers du St. Laurent 1 Apr 1968.
The Royal Winnipeg Rifles Absorbed The Winnipeg Light Infantry without change of title in 1955.
The Arygll and Sutherland Highlanders of Canada (Princess Louise's) nil
Le Régiment de la Chaudière Absorbed Le Régiment de Lévis without change of title in 1954.
The Cape Breton Highlanders
  • United with The North Nova Scotia Highlanders and The Pictou Highlanders, to form 2nd Battalion, The Nova Scotia Highlanders 15 Sep 1954.
  • Redesignated 2nd Battalion, The Nova Scotia Highlanders (Cape Breton) 21 Jun 1955.
The Regina Rifle Regiment Redesignated The Royal Regina Rifles 9 Jul 1982.
The Lake Superior Regiment (Motor) Redesignated The Lake Superior Scottish Regiment 11 Apr 1958.
The Algonquin Regiment
  • Redesignated The Algonquin Regiment (26th Armoured Regiment) 1 Oct 1954 and converted to armour.
  • Redesignated The Algonquin Regiment (RCAC) 19 May 1958.
  • Moved to Royal Canadian Armoured Corps
  • Redesignated The Algonquin Regiment and converted back to infantry 1965.
The Winnipeg Grenadiers Regiment added to Supplementary Order of Battle 28 Feb 1965.
The Loyal Edmonton Regiment
  • Redesignated The Loyal Edmonton Regiment (3rd Battalion, Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry) 19 Oct 1954.
  • Redesignated The Loyal Edmonton Regiment (4th Battalion, Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry) 1 Apr 1970.
The Rocky Mountain Rangers nil
The Calgary Highlanders nil
The Prince Albert and Battleford Volunteers
  • Amalgamated with 50th Field Squadron, RCE and redesignated The Prince Albert and Battleford Volunteers (Machine Gun) 1 Sep 1954.
  • Redesignated 1st Battalion, The North Saskatchewan Regiment (The Prince Albert and Battleford Volunteers) (Machine Gun) 17 Feb 1955.
  • Redesignated 1st Battalion, The North Saskatchewan Regiment (The Prince Albert and Battleford Volunteers), 11 Apr 1958.
  • Two battalions amalgamated on 1 Sep 1970; "A" Company at Saskatoon and "B" Company at Prince Albert.
The Winnipeg Light Infantry Amalgamated with The Royal Winnipeg Rifles, 30 June 1955. No change in designation for that unit.
54th Light Anti-Aircraft Regiment (Scots Fusiliers of Canada)
  • Redesignated The Scots Fusiliers of Canada and converted back to infantry 1 Dec 1959.
  • Amalgamated with The Highland Light Infantry of Canada, to form The Highland Fusiliers of Canada 26 Feb 1965.
The Irish Regiment of Canada Disbanded (reduced to nil strength and placed on Supplementary Order of Battle) 31 Mar 1965, and replaced by 2nd Battalion, The Irish Regiment of Canada formed at Sudbury, Ont., by conversion of 58th Field Regiment RCA.
The Toronto Scottish Regiment Redesignated The Toronto Scottish Regiment (Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother's Own) 9 Oct 2000.
The 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.
  • Moved to Royal Canadian Armoured Corps
The Saskatoon Light Infantry (MG)
  • Redesignated 2nd Battalion, The North Saskatchewan Regiment (The Saskatoon Light Infantry)(Machine Gun), 17 Feb 1955.
  • Redesignated 2nd Battalion, The North Saskatchewan Regiment (The Saskatoon Light Infantry), 11 Apr 1958.
  • Two battalions amalgamated 1 Sep 1970.
The South Saskatchewan Regiment Regiment added to Supplementary Order of Battle 1 Sep 1968.
The Westminster Regiment (Motor)
  • Redesignated The Westminster Regiment 6 Oct 1954.
  • Redesignated The Royal Westminster Regiment 9 Dec 1966.
The Royal Newfoundland Regiment Absorbed 166th (Newfoundland) Field Artillery Regiment RCA without change of title 1 Mar 1961.
nil
  • The Yukon Regiment created 19 May 1962.
  • Regiment added to Supplementary Order of Battle 15 Jun 1968.

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