Structure of the Canadian Army

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This is the structure of the Canadian Army, as of December 2020.

2nd Canadian Division[edit]

5 Canadian Mechanized Brigade Group[edit]

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5 Canadian Mechanized Brigade Group Headquarters and Signals Squadron, at CFB Valcartier[6][7][8]
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12e Régiment blindé du Canada, at CFB Valcartier[9]
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1st Battalion, Royal 22e Régiment, at CFB Valcartier[10]
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2nd Battalion, Royal 22e Régiment, at Citadelle of Quebec
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3rd Battalion, Royal 22e Régiment, at CFB Valcartier
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5e Régiment d'artillerie légère du Canada, at CFB Valcartier[11]
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5 Combat Engineer Regiment, Royal Canadian Engineers, at CFB Valcartier[12]
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5 Service Battalion, at CFB Valcartier[13]

34 Canadian Brigade Group[edit]

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Headquarters, 34 Canadian Brigade Group, at CFB Montreal[14][15]
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The Royal Canadian Hussars (Montreal), at Côte-des-Neiges Armoury, Montreal[16]
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Le Régiment de Hull, at Salaberry Armoury, Gatineau[17]
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The Canadian Grenadier Guards, at Canadian Grenadier Guards’ Armoury, Montreal[18]
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The Black Watch (Royal Highland Regiment) of Canada, at Black Watch Armoury, Montreal[19]
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4th Battalion, Royal 22e Régiment, at Charles Michel de Salaberry Armoury, Laval[20]
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6th Battalion, Royal 22e Régiment, at Saint-Hyacinthe Armoury, Quebec[21]
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Les Fusiliers Mont-Royal, at Montreal[22]
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Le Régiment de Maisonneuve, at Cathcart Armoury, Montreal[23]
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The Royal Montreal Regiment, at Westmount Armoury, Quebec[24]
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2nd Field Artillery Regiment, Royal Canadian Artillery, at Côte des Neiges Armoury, Montreal
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34 Combat Engineer Regiment, Royal Canadian Engineers, at CFB Montreal[25]
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34 Service Battalion, at Saint-Hubert Garrison[26]
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34 Signal Regiment, Royal Canadian Signals, at Westmount Armoury, Quebec[27]

35 Canadian Brigade Group[edit]

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Headquarters, 35 Canadian Brigade Group, at Citadelle of Quebec[28][29]
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The Sherbrooke Hussars, at William Street Armoury, Sherbrooke[30]
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12e Régiment blindé du Canada (Militia)', at Général-Jean-Victor-Allard Armoury, Trois-Rivières[31]
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Les Voltigeurs de Québec, at Voltigeurs de Québec Armoury, Quebec City[32]
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Les Fusiliers du St-Laurent, at Rimouski Armoury, Rimouski[33]
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Le Régiment de la Chaudière, at Lévis Armoury, Lévis[34]
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Le Régiment du Saguenay, at Saguenay Armoury, Saguenay
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Les Fusiliers de Sherbrooke, at Colonel Gaétan Côté Armoury, Sherbrooke[35]
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6th Field Artillery Regiment, Royal Canadian Artillery, at Lévis Armoury, Lévis[36]
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62nd Field Artillery Regiment, Royal Canadian Artillery, at Gérard F. Dufresne Armoury, Shawinigan[37]
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35 Combat Engineer Regiment, Royal Canadian Engineers, at Sainte-Foy Armoury, Quebec[38]
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35 Signal Regiment, Royal Canadian Signals, at Beauport Armoury, Quebec City
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35 Service Battalion, at St-Malo Military Complex, Quebec City

2nd Canadian Division Support Group[edit]

  • Headquarters, 2nd Canadian Division Support Group, at CFB Montreal[39][40]
    • 2nd Canadian Division Support Base Valcartier, at CFB Valcartier
    • La Musique du Royal 22e Régiment, at CFB Valcartier

3rd Canadian Division[edit]

1 Canadian Mechanized Brigade Group[edit]

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1 Canadian Mechanized Brigade Group Headquarters and Signal Squadron, at CFB Edmonton[46][47]
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Lord Strathcona's Horse (Royal Canadians), at CFB Edmonton[48]
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1st Battalion, Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry, at CFB Edmonton[49]
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2nd Battalion, Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry, at CFB Shilo[49]
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3rd Battalion, Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry, at CFB Edmonton[49]
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1st Regiment, Royal Canadian Horse Artillery, at CFB Shilo[50]
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1 Combat Engineer Regiment, Royal Canadian Engineers, at CFB Edmonton[51]
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1 Service Battalion, at CFB Edmonton[52]

38 Canadian Brigade Group[edit]

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Headquarters, 38 Canadian Brigade Group, at Winnipeg[53][54]
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The Saskatchewan Dragoons, at Lieutenant Colonel DV Currie VC Armoury, Moose Jaw[55]
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The Fort Garry Horse, at Lieutenant-Colonel Harcus Strachan, VC, MC Armoury, Winnipeg[56]
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The Royal Winnipeg Rifles, at Minto Armoury, Winnipeg[57]
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The Lake Superior Scottish Regiment, at O'Kelly VC Armoury, Thunder Bay[58]
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The North Saskatchewan Regiment, at Sergeant Hugh Cairns VC Armoury, Saskatoon[59]
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The Royal Regina Rifles, at Regina Armoury, Regina[60]
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The Queen's Own Cameron Highlanders of Canada, at Minto Armoury, Winnipeg[61]
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10th Field Artillery Regiment, Royal Canadian Artillery, at Regina Armoury, Regina[62]
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26th Field Artillery Regiment, Royal Canadian Artillery, at Brandon Armoury, Brandon[63]
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116th Independent Field Battery, Royal Canadian Artillery, at Kenora Armoury, Kenora[64]
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38 Combat Engineer Regiment, Royal Canadian Engineers, at Sergeant Hugh Cairns VC Armoury, Saskatoon[65]
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38 Signal Regiment, Royal Canadian Signals, at Minto Armoury, Winnipeg[66]
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38 Service Battalion, at Sergeant Hugh Cairns VC Armoury, Saskatoon

39 Canadian Brigade Group[edit]

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Headquarters, 39 Canadian Brigade Group, at Major-General B.M. Hoffmeister OC, CB, CBE, DSO Building, Vancouver[67]
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The British Columbia Regiment (Duke of Connaught's Own), at Beatty Street Drill Hall, Vancouver[68]
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The British Columbia Dragoons, at Brigadier Angle Armoury, Kelowna[69]
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The Rocky Mountain Rangers, at JR Vicars Armoury, Kamloops[70]
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The Royal Westminster Regiment, at The Armoury, New Westminster[71]
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The Seaforth Highlanders of Canada, at Seaforth Armoury, Vancouver[72]
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The Canadian Scottish Regiment (Princess Mary's), at Bay Street Armoury, Victoria[73]
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5th (British Columbia) Field Artillery Regiment, Royal Canadian Artillery, at Bay Street Armoury, Victoria[73]
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15th Field Artillery Regiment, Royal Canadian Artillery, at Bessborough Armoury, Vancouver[74]
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39 Combat Engineer Regiment, Royal Canadian Engineers, at Colonel Roger Kenwood St. John, OMM, CD Armoury, Chilliwack[75]
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39 Signal Regiment, Royal Canadian Signals, at Major-General B.M. Hoffmeister OC, CB, CBE, DSO Building, Vancouver
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39 Service Battalion, at Colonel Sherman Armoury, Richmond

41 Canadian Brigade Group[edit]

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Headquarters, 41 Canadian Brigade Group, at Currie Armoury, Calgary[76]
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The South Alberta Light Horse, at Patterson Armoury, Medicine Hat[77]
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The King's Own Calgary Regiment (RCAC), at Mewata Armoury, Calgary[78]
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The Loyal Edmonton Regiment, at Brigadier James Curry Jefferson Armoury, Edmonton[79]
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The Calgary Highlanders, at Mewata Armoury, Calgary[80]
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20th Field Artillery Regiment, Royal Canadian Artillery, at Lieutenant-Colonel Philip Debney Armoury, Edmonton[81]
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20th Independent Field Battery, Royal Canadian Artillery, at Vimy Ridge Armoury, Lethbridge[82]
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41 Combat Engineer Regiment, Royal Canadian Engineers, at Lieutenant-Colonel Philip Debney Armoury, Edmonton[83]
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41 Signal Regiment, Royal Canadian Signals, at Lieutenant-Colonel Philip Debney Armoury, Edmonton[84]
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41 Service Battalion, at Currie Armoury, Calgary

3rd Canadian Division Support Group[edit]

  • Headquarters, 3rd Canadian Division Support Group, at CFB Edmonton[85]
    • 3rd Canadian Division Support Base Edmonton, at CFB Edmonton
      • 3rd Canadian Division Support Base Edmonton, Wainwright Detachment, at CFB Wainwright
    • 3rd Canadian Division Support Base Shilo, at CFB Shilo
    • 3rd Canadian Division Support Base Suffield, at CFB Suffield

4th Canadian Division[edit]

2 Canadian Mechanized Brigade Group[edit]

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2 Canadian Mechanized Brigade Group Headquarters and Signal Squadron, at CFB Petawawa[91][92][93]
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The Royal Canadian Dragoons, at CFB Petawawa[94]
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1st Battalion, The Royal Canadian Regiment, at CFB Petawawa[95]
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2nd Battalion, The Royal Canadian Regiment, at CFB Gagetown[96]
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3rd Battalion, The Royal Canadian Regiment, at CFB Petawawa[97]
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2nd Regiment, Royal Canadian Horse Artillery, at CFB Petawawa[98]
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2 Combat Engineer Regiment, Royal Canadian Engineers, at CFB Petawawa[99]
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2 Service Battalion, at CFB Petawawa[100]

31 Canadian Brigade Group[edit]

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Headquarters, 31 Canadian Brigade Group, at Wolseley Barracks, London[101]
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1st Hussars, at Wolseley Barracks, London[102]
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The Windsor Regiment (RCAC), at Maj. F.A. Tilston VC Armoury, Windsor
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The Royal Hamilton Light Infantry (Wentworth Regiment), at John Weir Foote VC Armoury, Hamilton[103]
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4th Battalion, The Royal Canadian Regiment, at Wolseley Barracks, London[104]
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The Grey and Simcoe Foresters, at Barrie Armoury, Barrie[105]
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The Royal Highland Fusiliers of Canada, at Colonel J.A. McIntosh DSO, ED, Armoury, Cambridge[106]
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The Essex and Kent Scottish, at Maj. F.A. Tilston VC Armoury, Windsor[107]
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The Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders of Canada (Princess Louise's), at John Weir Foote VC Armoury, Hamilton[103]
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11th Field Artillery Regiment, Royal Canadian Artillery, at Guelph Armoury, Guelph[108]
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31 Combat Engineer Regiment (The Elgins), Royal Canadian Engineers, at St. Thomas Armoury, St. Thomas[109]
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31 Signal Regiment, Royal Canadian Signals, at John Weir Foote VC Armoury, Hamilton
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31 Service Battalion, at Wolseley Barracks, London

32 Canadian Brigade Group[edit]

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Headquarters, 32 Canadian Brigade Group, at Denison Armoury, Toronto[110]
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The Governor General's Horse Guards, at Denison Armoury, Toronto[111]
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The Queen's York Rangers (1st American Regiment) (RCAC), at Fort York Armoury, Toronto[112]
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The Queen's Own Rifles of Canada, at Moss Park Armoury, Toronto[113]
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The Royal Regiment of Canada, at Fort York Armoury, Toronto[114]
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The Lincoln and Welland Regiment, at Lake Street Armoury, St. Catharines[115]
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The Lorne Scots (Peel, Dufferin and Halton Regiment), at Brampton Armoury, Brampton
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48th Highlanders of Canada, at Moss Park Armoury, Toronto[116]
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The Toronto Scottish Regiment (Queen Elizabeth The Queen Mother's Own), at Captain Bellenden Hutcheson VC Armoury, Toronto[117]
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7th Toronto Regiment, Royal Canadian Artillery, at Moss Park Armoury, Toronto
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56th Field Artillery Regiment, Royal Canadian Artillery, at Sergeant William Merrifield VC Armoury, Brantford[118]
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32 Combat Engineer Regiment, Royal Canadian Engineers, at Denison Armoury, Toronto[119]
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32 Signal Regiment, Royal Canadian Signals, at Fort York Armoury, Toronto
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32 Service Battalion, at Denison Armoury, Toronto

33 Canadian Brigade Group[edit]

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Headquarters, 33 Canadian Brigade Group, at CFRB Dows Lake, Ottawa[120]
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The Ontario Regiment (RCAC), at Colonel R.S. McLaughlin Armoury, Oshawa[121]
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Governor General's Foot Guards, at Cartier Square Drill Hall, Ottawa[122]
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The Princess of Wales' Own Regiment, at Kingston Armoury, Kingston[123]
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The Hastings and Prince Edward Regiment, at Belleville Armoury, Belleville[124]
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The Brockville Rifles, at Brockville Armoury, Brockville
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Stormont, Dundas and Glengarry Highlanders, at Cornwall Armoury, Cornwall[125]
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The Cameron Highlanders of Ottawa (Duke of Edinburgh's Own), at Cartier Square Drill Hall, Ottawa[126]
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The Algonquin Regiment, at Martin Leo Troy Armoury, North Bay[127]
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2nd Battalion, Irish Regiment of Canada, at Sudbury Armoury, Sudbury[128]
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30th Field Artillery Regiment, Royal Canadian Artillery, at Canadian Forces Support Unit (Ottawa) - Uplands Site, Ottawa[129]
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42nd Field Artillery Regiment (Lanark and Renfrew Scottish), Royal Canadian Artillery, at Pembroke Armoury, Pembroke[130]
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49th Field Artillery Regiment, Royal Canadian Artillery, at Sault Ste. Marie Armoury, Sault Ste. Marie[131]
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33 Combat Engineer Regiment, Royal Canadian Engineers, at Major E.J.G. Holland VC Armoury, Ottawa
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33 Signal Regiment, Royal Canadian Signals, at Major E.J.G. Holland VC Armoury, Ottawa
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33 Service Battalion, at Major E.J.G. Holland VC Armoury, Ottawa

4th Canadian Division Support Group[edit]

  • Headquarters, 4th Canadian Division Support Group, at CFB Petawawa[132]
    • 4 Canadian Division Support Group Signal Squadron
    • 4th Canadian Division Support Base Petawawa, at CFB Petawawa
    • Area Support Unit Toronto

5th Canadian Division[edit]

Canadian Combat Support Brigade[edit]

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Headquarters, Canadian Combat Support Brigade, at CFB Kingston[137]
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4th Artillery Regiment (General Support), Royal Canadian Artillery, at CFB Gagetown[138]
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4 Engineer Support Regiment, Royal Canadian Engineers, at CFB Gagetown[139]
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21 Electronic Warfare Regiment, Royal Canadian Signals, at CFB Kingston[140]
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Canadian Army Intelligence Regiment, at Kingston
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Influence Activities Task Force, at Halifax

36 Canadian Brigade Group[edit]

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Headquarters, 36 Canadian Brigade Group, at Royal Artillery Park, Halifax[141][142]
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The Halifax Rifles (RCAC), at Halifax Armoury, Halifax[143]
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The Prince Edward Island Regiment (RCAC), at Queen Charlotte Armory, Charlottetown[144]
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The Princess Louise Fusiliers, at Halifax Armoury, Halifax[143]
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The West Nova Scotia Regiment, at 5 CDSB Detachment Aldershot, Kentville
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The Nova Scotia Highlanders (North), at Truro Armoury, Truro[145]
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The Cape Breton Highlanders, at Victoria Park Armoury, Sydney[146]
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1st (Halifax-Dartmouth) Field Artillery Regiment, Royal Canadian Artillery, at Bayers Lake Armoury, Halifax
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84th Independent Field Battery, Royal Canadian Artillery, at Yarmouth Armoury, Yarmouth[147]
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36 Combat Engineer Regiment, Royal Canadian Engineers, at CFB Shearwater[148]
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36 Signal Regiment, Royal Canadian Signals, at Willow Park armoury, Halifax[149]
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36 Service Battalion, at Willow Park armoury, Halifax[149]

37 Canadian Brigade Group[edit]

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Headquarters, 37 Canadian Brigade Group, at 5 CDSB Detachment Moncton[150]
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8th Canadian Hussars (Princess Louise's), at 5 CDSB Detachment Moncton[151]
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The Royal New Brunswick Regiment (Carleton & York), at Carlton Street Armoury, Fredericton[152]
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The North Shore (New Brunswick) Regiment, at Colonel CCL Gammon Armoury, Bathurst[153]
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1st Battalion, The Royal Newfoundland Regiment, at CFS St. John's[154]
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2nd Battalion, The Royal Newfoundland Regiment, at Gallipoli Armoury, Corner Brook[155]
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3rd Field Artillery Regiment (The Loyal Company), Royal Canadian Artillery, at The Barrack Green Armoury, Saint John[156]
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37 Combat Engineer Regiment, Royal Canadian Engineers, at CFS St. John's[157]
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37 Signal Regiment, Royal Canadian Signals, at CFS St. John's[158]
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37 Service Battalion, at CFS St. John's

Canadian Army Doctrine and Training Centre[edit]

Combat Training Centre[edit]

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