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Les Fusiliers du St-Laurent

Armorial Description

On a gold grenade fired proper of fifteen, a blue annulet edged gold, inscribed with the words FUSILIERS DU ST-LAURENT and marked at base by a gold maple leaf. Within the annulet a tower proper.

Official Abbreviation: Fus du St-L

Motto: J'y Suis En Garde (I am on guard)

Battle Honours (1)

First World War

    ARRAS, 1917

Order of Precedence: 18
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