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150th Anniversary of The Regiment
Highland Photography Images of 150th Anniversary Trooping of the Colours Parade,
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During the 2016 Reunion events, it was observed that many past members are spread out across Canada and even beyond, but despite the distance, many if not all were keen to keep connected in some way. The distance between us may seem like a formidable task to establish an Association, which is needed to plan and to support social events and for the general care of our members. With today’s technology it’s shouldn’t be as difficult as it may appear. Sign up for Our Tartan
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Elegance at Hangar 51, 8th Annual Highland Ball
Due to the unprecedented pandemic of the COVID-19 coronavirus, the Royal Highland Fusiliers of Canada Council and its Highland Ball Committee have made the hard decision to cancel the 2020 Highland Ball. Please see more information about tickets already purchased for the Ball.
The Royal Highland Fusiliers of Canada
is an infantry regiment in 31 Canadian Brigade Group, Canadian Armed Forces.
Headquartered at the historic Armoury in Cambridge, ON. Members of the Regiment serve with the regular forces worldwide.
The Regimental Association represents the support network for the Royal Highland Fusiliers of Canada, charged with upholding the Regiment’s traditions and standing.
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2018 Battlefield Tour of France and Belgium
The Royal Highland Fusiliers of Canada have embarked on journey through France and Belgium. This Battlefield tour is specific to our regimental history and to Canada’s journey to becoming a nation. Learn more about the Tour Highlights and Itinerary>>
The First Installation of the Cambridge Poppy Project
took place on the 5th of November at the Cambridge Armoury. The result of a year of work by local volunteers and people from around the world to knit crocheted poppies that will be distributed throughout the region to honour Veterans on Remembrance Day. See more in the news about the Poppy Project and the volunteers behind it: Cambridge Today, CBC News, The Record.