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The Calgary Highlanders are a Canadian Armed Forces
Land Reserve Infantry unit.

Since 1910, the Regiment has served in Calgary, sending soldiers overseas during both World Wars, on numerous UN peacekeeping and NATO missions since the end of the Second World War, and deployed over 125 soldiers into the combat theatre during the war in Afghanistan.

Members of the regiment today are part-time "citizen-soldiers", who spend Wednesday nights and one weekend a month training to operate as dismounted light infantry.

To find out more about the Regiment - its history, its traditions, what it has been doing recently, or how to enlist - please click the links at left.

Please feel free to email us with suggestions or corrections for the website, or for general inquiries concerning the Regiment.

Webmaster:
Corporal Michael A. Dorosh, CD
webmaster@calgaryhighlanders.com

Museum Curators:
Major Peter J. Boyle, CD, ADC
Sergeant Dennis Russell, CD
museum@calgaryhighlanders.com

An unofficial site sponsored by The Calgary Highlanders  Regimental Association.


The information on this website is intended for a specific audience within a defined geographic area and therefore all content appears in English only.