41 Signal Regiment

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41 Signal Regiment
41 Sig Regt Crest (Transparent).png
Badge of 41 Signal Regiment
Active 2012–present
Country Canada
Branch Canadian Army
Role Military communications
Part of 41 Canadian Brigade Group
Motto(s) Signiferi Excellentia
Mascot(s) Swift Fox
Abbreviation 41 Sig Regt

41 Signal Regiment (41 Sig Regt, French: 41e Régiment des transmissions) is a reserve communications unit of the Royal Canadian Corps of Signals. It is part of 41 Canadian Brigade Group (41 CBG) in Alberta, Canada.[1] The unit consists of:

  • Regimental Headquarters (RHQ) in Edmonton
  • 1 Squadron in Edmonton
  • 2 Squadron in Red Deer
  • 3 Squadron in Calgary

The unit parades on Wednesday evenings and Saturdays at the LCol Philip L. Debney Armoury in Edmonton, at the Cormack Armoury in Red Deer, and at HMCS Tecumseh in Calgary.


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Korea, the UN and NATO[edit]



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Shoulder title



There are several Royal Canadian Army Cadets units spread across Alberta which are affiliated to the 41 Signal Regiment. Cadets are not soldiers; they are part of an organization dedicated to developing citizenship and leadership among young men and women aged 12 to 18 years of age with a military flavour, and are not required to join the Canadian Forces.

Corps Location
2981 Strathcona Communication Army Cadet Corps Edmonton, Alberta
No Affiliated Unit Red Deer, Alberta
2509 Royal Canadian Signals Army Cadet Corps Calgary, Alberta

Cadet units affiliated to Signal Regiments receive support and also are entitled to wear traditional Signals accoutrements on their uniforms.


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