It has been 104 years since C squadron's charge at Moreuil Wood, and this year the Regiment was once again allowed to stand proudly on the parade square to remember this moment in history.
The 2021 Edition of the Strathconian is available for online viewing.
The 2022 SMT Ride Schedule has been posted and will continue to be updated as information is received.
Soldiers from LdSH(RC) are being taught and fine tuning their skills on the simulator, in preparation for the upcoming PCF range Ex STEELE BULLSEYE 22
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The biggest take away I had from this exercise is that as an armoured crewman I have two jobs: destroy the enemy and help my troop.
While attending the 3rd Canadian Division Chaplain Exercise FAITHFUL WARRIOR in Edmonton recently, the 3rd Canadian Division Chaplains and I were hosted for an afternoon by the Ceremonial Mounted Troop of the Lord Strathcona's Horse (Royal Canadians).
During the month of September, CMT deployed 20 soldiers and horses to Calgary to support the three Spruce Meadows Tournaments. The Troop conducted 40 vidette tasks and provided VIP vedettes during the Round Table and Palliser Dinner.
"The soldiers are ecstatic to be at the Stampede," said Captain Ali Mansour, an Armoured Officer with Lord Strathcona's Horse (Royal Canadians) and the Ceremonial Mounted Troop Leader. "We are very privileged and fortunate to do six shows here."
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 2021 Edition of the Regimental Society Newsletter is ready for viewing!
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