The North Saskatchewan Regiment

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The North Saskatchewan Regiment
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Regimental HQ:
Colonel in Chief:
Regimental Birthday:
Current Role: Reserve infantry battalion.

The North Saskatchewan Regiment is Canada's thirty-fifth most senior Reserve Infantry regiment, and comprises of one battalion serving as part of the Land Force Reserve.

Motto

Cede Nullis (Latin: Yield to none)

Authorized Marches

Quick March

Jocky of York

Battle Honours (45)

Battle Honours presented in all caps are emblazoned on the Regimental Colour of each Battalion of the Regiment.

Early History

NORTH-WEST CANADA, 1885

First World War

YPRES, 1915,'17
Arleus
Gravenstafel
HILL 70
St. Julien
PASSCHENDAELE
Festubert, 1915
AMIENS
MOUNT SORREL
Scarpe, 1918
SOMME, 1916
Drocourt-Queant
Flers-Courcelette
HINDENBURG LINE
Canal du Nord
Ancre Heights
Cambrai, 1918
ARRAS, 1917,'18
Valenciennes
VIMY, 1917
FRANEC AND FLANDERS, 1915-1918
Thiepval

Second World War

LANDING IN SICILY
GOTHIC LINE
Valguarnera
LAMONE CROSSING
AGIRA
RIMINI LINE
Adrano
Casena
Sicily, 1943
Savio Bridgehead
THE GULLY
Baviglio Canal
ORTONA
Fosso Vecchio
Cassino II
Fosso Munio
Gustav Line
Italy, 1943-1945
LIRI VALLEY
APELDOORN
HITLER LINE
North-West Europe, 1945

Source of Work

http://army.ca/inf/nsask.php