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The North Saskatchewan Regiment



Armorial Description

A light infantry bugle suspended by cords with tassels; across the cords a scroll inscribed NORTH SASKATCHEWAN; surmounting the scroll, the Crown.


Official Abbreviation: N Sask R

Motto: Cede Nullis (Yeild to none)


Battle Honours (45)

Early History

    NORTH-WEST CANADA, 1885
First World War
    YPRES, 1915,'17
    Arleus
    Gravenstafel
    HILL 70
    St. Julien
    PASSCHENDAELE
    Festubert, 1915
    AMIENS
    MOUNT SORREL
    Scarpe, 1918
    SOMME, 1916
    Drocourt-Queant
    Flers-Courcelette
    HINDENBURG LINE
    Canal du Nord
    Ancre Heights
    Cambrai, 1918
    ARRAS, 1917,'18
    Valenciennes
    VIMY, 1917
    FRANEC AND FLANDERS, 1915-1918
    Thiepval
Second World War
    LANDING IN SICILY
    GOTHIC LINE
    Valguarnera
    LAMONE CROSSING
    AGIRA
    RIMINI LINE
    Adrano
    Casena
    Sicily, 1943
    Savio Bridgehead
    THE GULLY
    Baviglio Canal
    ORTONA
    Fosso Vecchio
    Cassino II
    Fosso Munio
    Gustav Line
    Italy, 1943-1945
    LIRI VALLEY
    APELDOORN
    HITLER LINE
    North-West Europe, 1945
Authorized Marches:
Quick March: Jocky of York


Order of Precedence: 35
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