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The Algonquin Regiment



Armorial Description

Within an annulus inscribed THE ALGONQUIN REGIMENT, the head of a bull moose, facing dexter; below the head of a bull moose, the motto NE-KAH-NE-TAH; supporting the annulus, on either side, two maple leaves; below the annulus, a scroll inscribed CANADA the whole surmounted by the Crown.


Official Abbreviation: ALQ R

Motto: Ne-Kah-Ne-Tah (We lead, others follow)


Battle Honours (28)

First World War

    YPRES, 1915,'17
    HINDENBURG LINE
    FESTUBERT, 1915
    Epehy
    Arras, 1917
    ST. UENTIN CANAL
    Hill 70
    BEAUREVOIR
    SOMME, 1918
    CAMBRAI, 1918
    ST. QUENTIN
    FRANCE AND FLANDERS, 1915, 1917-18
    BAPAUME, 1918
Second World War
    Falaise
    THE LOWER MAAS
    FALAISE ROAD
    THE RHINELAND
    The Laison
    THE HOCHWALD
    Chambois
    VEEN
    THE SEINE, 1944
    KUSTEN CANAL
    MOERKERKE
    BAD ZWISCHENAHN
    THE SHCELDT
    North-West Europe, 1944-1945
    Breskens Pocket

Order of Precedence: 32
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