Canadian Pacific (CP) and the Lord Strathcona’s Horse (Royal Canadians) [LdSH(RC)] had an exceptionally difficult task selecting this year’s recipients for the CP & Strathcona Student Scholarship.
April has been a great month for the members of eFP BG LVA. The previous month had been exciting, but with the arrival of COVID-19 personnel got confined to base and the calendar cleared up.
Members of the Enhanced Forward Presence Battle Group had a hell of a third month. As I write this article, history is being made across the globe in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
The 2019 Edition of the Strathconian is only available for online viewing at this time, due to COVID 19. Distribution of hard copies is delayed until it is safe to do so.
In the cold month of February, Task Force WAR PIGS as the Enhanced Forward Presence (eFP) Battle Group (BG) capitalizes on each day, forging a multinational war machine.
The early days of February marked the one month anniversary of the Strathcona led eFP Battlegroup(BG) in Latvia.
Strathcona Family, please see a message from the Colonel of the Regiment.
On behalf of all Strathconas it gives me great pleasure to announce that Canadian Pacific Railways has dedicated one of their locomotives to Lord Strathcona’s Horse (Royal Canadians).
On 8 January 2020, the first 150 soldiers from the Enhanced Forward Presence Battle Group (eFP BG) Latvia, departed Edmonton.
As in recent years, members of the Regiment were spread all over the globe with a small contingent of Strathconas being deployed to Lebanon to compose the core of the Canadian Training Assistance Team Lebanon.
The purpose of the Regimental Manual is to record the customs and traditions of the Regiment with a view to providing a source of corporate memory for Strathconas of all generations: serving, retired and future.
The Spring/Fall 2019 Edition of the Regimental Society Newsletter is ready for viewing!
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