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Le Regiment du Saguenay



Armorial Description

A shield surmounted by the Crown and supported on each side by a dolphin; on the upper portion of the shield, three fir trees, on the lower portion the representation of the waters of the Saguenay; below, a scroll inscribed DIEU ET PATRIE; the whole resting upon a scroll inscribed LE REGIMENT DU SAGUENAY.


Official Abbreviation: R du Sag

Motto: Dieu et Patrie (God and country)


Battle Honours (None)


Order of Precedence: 31
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August 30



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1862:

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1914:

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