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The Stormont, Dundas and Glengarry Highlanders



Armorial Description

Superimposed upon a background of thistle leaves and flowers the letters SDG; below, a raven on a rock superimposed upon a maple leaf. A half scroll to the left of the maple leaf inscried DILEAS; another to the right inscribed GU BAS; above, a semi-annulus inscribed GLENGARRY FENCIBLES, and surmounted by the Crown. The whole superimposed upon a St Andrew's cross.


Official Abbreviation: SD&G Highrs

Motto: Dileas Gu Bas (Faithful unto death)


Battle Honours (25)

First World War

    Hill 70
    Arras, 1918
    YPRES, 1917
    Hindenburg Line
    AMIENS
    PURSUIT TO MONS
Second World War
    NORMANDY LANDING
    Savojaards Plaat
    CAEN
    BRESKENS POCKET
    The Orne (Buron)
    THE RHINELAND
    Bourguebus Ridge
    Waal Flats
    Faubourg de Vaucelles
    THE HOCHWALD
    FALAISE
    THE RHINE
    The Laison
    Zutphen
    Chambois
    LEER
    BOULOGNE, 1944
    North-West Europe. 1944-45
    THE SCHELDT

Regimental Headquarters:
505 Fourth Street East
Cornwall, Ontario
K6H 2J7
Order of Precedence: 17
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Today in Military History

September 18



1759:

Quebec surrendered to the British, following Wolfe's victory at the Plain of Abraham on 13 September, sounding the death knell for a French presence in Canada.


1931:

Japanese invade Manchuria, occupying Mukden, Changchun and Kirin (Mukden Incident)


1944:

SAN FORTUNATO, effective dates for battle honour begin (to 20 Sept 44)


1944:

Several "Canloan" officers serving with the 1st Air Landing Brigade are killed in the defense of the recently captured bridgehead at Arnheim, Holland.




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