32 Canadian Brigade Group - 32e Groupe-Brigade du Canada

32 Canadian Brigade Group - 32e Groupe-Brigade du Canada 32 Canadian Brigade Group (32 CBG) is an Army Reserve Formation of the 4th Canadian Division and is headquartered in Toronto, Ontario. Le 32e Groupe-brigade du Canada (32 GBC) est une formation de réserve de l'Armée de la 4e Division canadienne et son siège social est situé à Toronto, en Ontario.

http://www.army-armee.forces.gc.ca/fr/4-division-du-canada/32-groupe-brigade-du-canada/index.page

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Who We Are

32 Canadian Brigade Group (32 CBG) is an Army Reserve Formation of the 4th Canadian Division and is headquartered in Toronto, Ontario. Mission and Roles

The basic mission of 32 CBG is to generate well trained Reserve soldiers to enhance Canada’s combat capability. Like all Reserve

http://www.army-armee.forces.gc.ca/fr/4-division-du-canada/32-groupe-brigade-du-canada/index.page

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Who We Are

32 Canadian Brigade Group (32 CBG) is an Army Reserve Formation of the 4th Canadian Division and is headquartered in Toronto, Ontario. Mission and Roles

The basic mission of 32 CBG is to generate well trained Reserve soldiers to enhance Canada’s combat capability. Like all Reserve

Operating as usual

Congratulations!  👍   Félicitations!
06/12/2021

Congratulations! 👍 Félicitations!

Congratulations to the Deputy Commander of CFB Borden, Colonel Maureen Wellwood, who was promoted to her current rank today with her family present.

Félicitations au commandant adjoint de la BFC Borden, le colonel Maureen Wellwood, qui a été promue à son grade actuel aujourd'hui avec sa famille présente.

06/12/2021

Nous avons interrogé les membres pour savoir ce qui les a incités ou ce qui les incite à se faire vacciner. Voici quelques-unes de leurs réponses :

⏺Aider à protéger les personnes qui ne peuvent pas recevoir le
vaccin;
⏺Pouvoir retourner au mess;
⏺Serrer dans mes bras ma grand-mère et mon grand-père;
⏺Dans l’espoir de ne pas entendre l’expression « période
d’isolement de 14 jours » pendant très longtemps;
⏺Assister de nouveau à des matchs de la LNH en personne;

Quelle que soit votre raison de le faire, merci de choisir de vous faire vacciner contre la COVID‑19. ➡https://www.canada.ca/fr/ministere-defense-nationale/feuille-derable/defense/2021/06/equipe-de-la-defense-point-sur-la-vaccination.html

How did 90 Musicians from the bands of 32 Canadian Brigade Group perform together during COVID?At home!The soldier/music...
06/09/2021
The Minstrel Boy 32 CBG

How did 90 Musicians from the bands of 32 Canadian Brigade Group perform together during COVID?

At home!

The soldier/musicians worked together online to create a video recording of ”The Minstrel Boy”, the Brigade’s official march.

Although in the past, various 32 CBG bands have performed together at special events, recording separately in multiple locations was a new experience for many involved. A master track was created allowing individual musicians to record their part at home while remaining in sync. The post production team worked with the audio and the visuals for several weeks to produce the final product.

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Comment Quatre-vingt-dix musiciens des groupes du 32e Groupe-brigade du Canada se sont-ils produits ensemble pendant le COVID?

À la maison!

Le soldats/musiciens ont travaillé ensemble en ligne pour créer un enregistrement vidéo de « The Minstrel Boy », la marche officielle de la Brigade.

Bien que par le passé, diverses musiques du 32 GBC aient joué ensemble lors d’occasions spéciales, l’acte de s’enregistrer séparément à partir de différents emplacements était une toute nouvelle expérience pour beaucoup de participants. Une piste maître a été créée pour permettre à chaque musiciens d’enregistrer sa partition à domicile tout en rester synchronisé. Il a fallu plusieurs semaines de travail à l’équipe de postproduction pour arriver au produit audiovisuel final.
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The Combined Brass/ Reed and Pipes and Drums Band of 32 CBG is comprised of bands from the following regiments | La musique combinée des vents et percussions et des corps de cornemuses du 32e GBC se compose des musiques des régiments suivants:
• The Governor General’s Horse Guards
• 7th Toronto Regiment RCA
• The Queens Own Rifles of Canada
• The Royal Regiment of Canada
• The Lorne Scots (Peel, Dufferin, and Halton Regiment)
• The 48th Highlanders of Canada
• The Toronto Scottish Regiment (Queen Elizabeth The Queen Mother’s Own)

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32 Signal Regiment (UNCLAS Social Page) The Queen's Own Rifles of Canada The Royal Regiment of Canada
Lorne Scots Regiment 48th Highlanders of Canada The Toronto Scottish Regiment - Queen Elizabeth The Queen Mother's Own Lincoln and Welland Regiment 32 Service Battalion of Canada / 32e Bataillon des services 25 Field Ambulance (25 Medical Company) Members and Alumni 25 (Toronto) Field Ambulance - Canadian Army Primary Reserves The Royal Regiment of Canadian Artillery

Canadian Band Association Canadian Band Association (Ontario Chapter) Military Bands Everywhere

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06/09/2021

Le Sgt Tommy Prince (Brokenhead Ojibway Nation) a été l’un des vétérans de l’Armée les plus décorés du Canada, malgré la discrimination dont il a fait l’objet et les difficultés qu’il vivait à la maison. Pour souligner le Mois national de l'histoire autochtone, apprenez à le connaître ici : https://www.veterans.gc.ca/fra/remembrance/people-and-stories/tommy-prince

06/09/2021

The weather is getting warmer and the days are getting longer!

We can take advantage of longer days by spending them outdoors.
A hike, a run, or doing a workout outside are great ways to continue to take care of your physical health as we continue to physically distance and prevent the spread of COVID-19!

Il fait de plus en plus chaud et les jours allongent!

Nous pouvons profiter de ces belles journées en les passant dehors.

Une randonnée, une course ou un entraînement à l’extérieur : voilà d’excellentes façons de continuer à prendre soin de sa santé physique, tout en observant la distanciation et en prévenant la propagation de la COVID-19!

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SOON!🤞BIENTÔT!
06/08/2021

SOON!
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BIENTÔT!

Strange Dinosaur Parade went by Fort York earlier today... 32 Brigade says congrats to Toronto Raptors #wethenorth

06/07/2021

Rangers were present as the Honourable Elizabeth Dowdeswell, Lieutenant Governor of Ontario and Colonel of the Regiment, filmed a Canada Day message during sunrise at Bluffer’s Park in Toronto on June 7th, 2021.

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Les Rangers étaient présents alors que l'honorable Elizabeth Dowdeswell, lieutenant-gouverneur de l'Ontario et colonel du régiment, a filmé un message de la fête du Canada au lever du soleil à Bluffer's Park le 7 juin 2021.

06/06/2021
06/06/2021

Proclaiming June 6, Canadian Armed Forces Day, in Toronto.

Today, we pay tribute to our dedicated and courageous Canadian Armed Forces who keep our country and its citizens safe every day.

Throwback to June 23rd 2019.  The last time we were able to celebrate at the PRIDE parade.Very much looking forward to a...
06/04/2021

Throwback to June 23rd 2019. The last time we were able to celebrate at the PRIDE parade.
Very much looking forward to attending next year!
🥳🤩
Retour au 23 juin 2019. La dernière fois que nous avons pu célébrer au défilé PRIDE.
Très hâte d'y assister l'année prochaine!

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4th Canadian Division - 4e Division du Canada
32 Service Battalion of Canada / 32e Bataillon des services 32 Signal Regiment 32 Combat Engineer Regiment - 32e Régiment du Génie de Combat 48th Highlanders of Canada Lorne Scots Regiment Lincoln and Welland Regiment Governor General's Horse Guards The Queen's York Rangers RCAC 1st Americans The Queen's Own Rifles of Canada The Royal Regiment of Canada The Toronto Scottish Regiment - Queen Elizabeth The Queen Mother's Own 2 Intelligence Company / 2e Compagnie du Renseignement 25 (Toronto) Field Ambulance - Canadian Army Primary Reserves 7th Toronto Regiment, RCA 56 Field Artillery Regiment / 56e régiment d'artillerie de campagne

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#strongproudready #StrongerTogether #InThisTogether #FortsEnsemble #TousEnsemble

Throwback to June 23rd 2019. The last time we were able to celebrate at the PRIDE parade.
Very much looking forward to attending next year!
🥳🤩
Retour au 23 juin 2019. La dernière fois que nous avons pu célébrer au défilé PRIDE.
Très hâte d'y assister l'année prochaine!

Canadian Armed Forces Canadian Army
Department of National Defence
4th Canadian Division - 4e Division du Canada
32 Service Battalion of Canada / 32e Bataillon des services 32 Signal Regiment 32 Combat Engineer Regiment - 32e Régiment du Génie de Combat 48th Highlanders of Canada Lorne Scots Regiment Lincoln and Welland Regiment Governor General's Horse Guards The Queen's York Rangers RCAC 1st Americans The Queen's Own Rifles of Canada The Royal Regiment of Canada The Toronto Scottish Regiment - Queen Elizabeth The Queen Mother's Own 2 Intelligence Company / 2e Compagnie du Renseignement 25 (Toronto) Field Ambulance - Canadian Army Primary Reserves 7th Toronto Regiment, RCA 56 Field Artillery Regiment / 56e régiment d'artillerie de campagne

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#strongproudready #StrongerTogether #InThisTogether #FortsEnsemble #TousEnsemble

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06/02/2021

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🏃 5k Running Program: Week 1/4 🏃🏽‍♀️

Don’t forget to register for our 5k virtual run on June 23rd-30th!

If you haven't registered for the race yet, click the link below!
https://raceroster.com/events/2021/48783/psp-toronto-and-southwestern-ontarios-virtual-5km-race

Choose which level fits your current fitness level.

Level 1️⃣ 5k time greater than 25 mins

Level 2️⃣ 5k time between 22-25min

Level 3️⃣ 5k time less than 22 mins

The frequency per week will be 3x and we recommend taking at least 1 day of rest in between.

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06/02/2021

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With heavy hearts.
We all must continue to show our support.
Without expectation.
Your friendship, your presence and your empathy is important.
We all must continue learning about what needs to be done to actively participate in reconciliation.

Full statement from Acting Commander Canadian Army, Major-General Michel-Henri St-Louis, Defence Team Champion for Indigenous Peoples.

https://www.canada.ca/en/department-national-defence/maple-leaf/defence/2021/06/defence-team-champion-indigenous-peoples-kamloops-resident-school.html

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PSP Spotlight: Garrison Toronto Archery Club

Are you looking for a new fun and challenging recreational activity to try? Come test out your shooting accuracy by joining the Garrison Toronto Archery Club!

This club operates out of Denison Armoury in Toronto all year round and is open to all Military, DND Employees, CFMWS Employees and Families.

Whether you are an expert sharpshooter or a true beginner, all levels are welcome!

If you would like more info on the Archery Club, please contact Phil Aviado at [email protected]

Reminder: If you’re interested in starting your own recreational club in the Toronto or SWO AOR, please contact Marvin Guinasao at [email protected] for more details.

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Who We Are 32 Canadian Brigade Group (32 CBG) is an Army Reserve Formation of the 4th Canadian Division and is headquartered in Toronto, Ontario.

Mission and Roles The basic mission of 32 CBG is to generate well trained Reserve soldiers to enhance Canada’s combat capability. Like all Reserve brigades and units, it recruits and trains part-time soldiers to provide the basis of national mobilization, to augment the Regular Force in deployments overseas and throughout Canada, and to act as the military’s link to the community. Apart from sending a steady stream of soldiers to missions overseas, the Brigade's main operational role is to be prepared to lead the military response to any natural disaster occurring in the GTA. For this role, the Brigade deploys an organization called 32 Territorial Battalion Group. For its training in war-fighting, whether in the field or in computer-assisted exercises, the brigade is configured as 32 Battle Group. Composition 32 CBG is an infantry-heavy brigade with more than 2400 soldiers in 12 units based in Toronto, Aurora, Barrie, Brampton, Georgetown, Oakville, Mississauga, Owen Sound, Brantford, Simcoe, St Catharines and CFB Borden. It has two reconnaissance regiments, two field artillery regiments, a field engineer regiment, six infantry battalions and a communication (signals) unit. 32 CBG is made up of part-time soldiers plus a small cadre of soldiers from the Regular Force who help plan and execute the training. On average, the part-time soldiers train one night a week and one weekend a month. Many Reservists train full-time in the summer, because many of the soldiers are students. Operations Many soldiers of 32 Canadian Brigade Group have served on operations around the world. Since the late 1980s, nearly 1,000 individuals from the Brigade have deployed with NATO, the United Nations and various coalitions to operations ranging from Cyprus, Cambodia, the Sudan and Sierra Leone to the peace-support and combat operations of the Balkans and Afghanistan. More than 100 soldiers of the Brigade's units returned from Kandahar just before Christmas of 2010. The Brigade has also played a big role in disaster relief at home, helping Canadians during the Manitoba floods and the January 1998 ice storm. Several hundred soldiers of the Brigade were involved with the G8/G20 Summits and, in August of 2010, provided the land component of the national sovereignty operation on the Northwest Passage called Operation NANOOK. Units •The Governor General's Horse Guards •The Queen's York Rangers (1st American Regiment) •7th Toronto Regiment RCA •32 Combat Engineer Regiment •The Queen's Own Rifles •The Royal Regiment of Canada •56th Field Artillery Regiment, RCA •The Lorne Scots (Peel, Dufferin and Halton Regiment) •48th Highlanders of Canada •The Toronto Scottish Regiment (Queen Mother's Own) •32 Signal Regiment •The Lincoln and Welland Regiment •32 Service Battalion Our History Although 32 CBG has a short history, the same cannot be said of its units. Regiments like The Governor General’s Horse Guards, The Queen’s Own Rifles of Canada and The Lorne Scots trace their roots back to Confederation or earlier. Our units were, in those days, the Militia battalions of each county. Since then, most units have served in almost all of the military campaigns involving Canadians: Fenian Raids, Red River Expedition, Northwest Rebellion, South African War, both world wars and the Korean War. The Fenian Raids from the United States, which were mounted sporadically between 1866 and 1871, were repelled by the Confederation-era battalions of volunteers. Several Militia battalions of the Toronto area were quickly mobilized for the Northwest campaign and sent west in 1885. When the South African War began in 1899, specially formed units of volunteers (mostly from Militia units) were dispatched from Canada. By the time of the First World War, the Canadian army — still mostly Militia, with a small permanent force to train them — included all of the logistical and other support units it needed to become an independent field force. The Militia was given the task in 1914 of raising the hundreds of thousands of men who would fill the new numbered battalions of the Canadian Expeditionary Force. When these battalions were disbanded at the end of the war, the units that had provided the soldiers inherited Battle Honours that included such resounding victories as Vimy and Amiens. For the Second World War, existing regiments were mobilized and grouped into divisions for service overseas. The 48th Highlanders of Canada fought through Sicily and Italy before joining the push into Holland and Germany; the Royal Regiment of Canada was nearly destroyed at Dieppe before returning to France in 1944; the Queen’s Own Rifles of Canada landed in Normandy on D-Day and fought all the way to the Rhine. In one theatre or another, every unit of this Brigade was involved in the war.


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April 25 is ANZAC Day. ANZAC stands for the Australian and New Zealand Army Corps. On this day, Australia and New Zealand remember the sacrifices of all those soldiers who participated in the Gallipoli campaign and other conflicts around the world. In 32 Canadian Brigade Group our hearts are heavy for our sisters and brothers in arms in New Zealand and Australia as well those in the Royal Newfoundland Regiment who also participated in the campaign. We continue to be blessed to be able to work alongside Australians and New Zealanders on international operations. You are among the finest warriors on the planet. You are all in our thoughts today.
With all of the events swirling around us, let us not lose sight of the fact that April 23 marks the first day of the holy month of Ramadan. For our Muslim soldiers, it is a period of spiritual growth and one of the Five Pillars of Islam. Spiritual wellness is one of our pillars of Canadian Armed Forces Ballance. To all of our Muslim soldiers I wish you Ramadan Mubarak. I wish you peace, health, and happiness at this time of year. STEADFAST! Colonel Dan Stepaniuk, Commander
Some of the most important things that we can do are to check in on each other - regularly - and keep each other informed. Things are evolving daily and it is essential that we support each other's well-being, maintain morale, and preserve our readiness to support whatever comes next: Op Globe/Op Laser/Op Lentus/Int'l Ops...or something else. 32 CBG will protect our force and preserve our operational capabilities to support 4XX or JTFC however we are needed. In the meantime, practice social distancing, limit your exposure, use proper hygienic practices, don't hoard stuff, and keep in touch (virtually). We'll get through this together.
For those looking for kit from Denison, they are closed until the end of March.
Hello Troops! Additional course date! I am offering an official PAL (gun licence course) for non-restricted and restricted guns. WHEN: September 20-22 Friday 6pm-10pm Saturday 8am-6pm Sunday 9am-5pm WHERE: Lieutenant-Colonel Samuel G. Beckett Armoury, 7535 Ninth Line, Mississauga, ON L5N 7C3 (Tor Scot Armouries) WHO: CAF members, their friends and family. Must be 18 years old. COST: $321, regular price is $360 HOW TO REGISTER: Please register at www.guidetogame.com , type in “Tor Scot” in the comment field and send payment to [email protected] to reserve your spot! I am an official Fi****ms Safety Education Instructor and serving CAF Reservist with the QOR OF C (currently 32 CBG HQ). Only 6 spots left! BOOK NOW! Please share!