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National Defence and the Canadian Forces

Joint Task Force Central & Land Force Central Area

31 Canadian Brigade Group


Regimental Quick Facts

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Regimental Badge
Superimposed upon a maple leaf, a bugle with strings surmounted by the Crown; within the strings, the letters RHLI, below the bugle and upon the base of the maple leaf two scrolls, the uppermost inscribed "WENTWORTH REGIMENT", and the lower one bearing the motto, "SEMPER PARATUS".
Motto
Semper Paratus (Always Ready)
Short Title
RHLI (The Rileys)
Order Of Precedence On The Canadian Army Order Of Battle
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Regimental March
Mountain Rose
Regimental Headquarters
John W. Foote, VC, CD Armoury
200 James St North
Hamilton, ON
L8N 4C1
905.972.4001
Colonel In Chief
Field Marshal His Royal Highness The Prince, Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, KG, PC, KT, OM, GBE, QSO, CD Gazetted 15 July 1978
Unit Affiliations
The Light Infantry
B (Somerset Light Infantry) Company
The Rifle Volunteers
Regimental Church
Church of the Ascension, Hamilton, ON
Affiliated Cadet Corps
Burlington: 2379 RCACC, Royal Canadian Legion, 1 Legion St, Burlington, ON
Hamilton: 62 Royal Canadian Army Cadet Corps, The John Weir Foote, VC, CD Armoury, 200 James St North, Hamilton, ON
RHLI Veterans Association
Canadian Corps Unit 57, 1353 Barton St, Hamilton, ON L8H 2W2
Dedicated August 17th, 1975
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Regimental Museum
John W. Foote, VC, CD Armoury, 200 James St North, Hamilton, ON L8N 4C1
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Monuments
RHLI Memorial, Dieppe, France, Dedicated August 19th, 1956
Dieppe Memorial Park, Beach Boulevard, Hamilton, ON, Dedicated August 19th, 2003
Memorial Plaques
Woensdrecht, The Netherlands, Dedicated May 4th, 2000
Verrieres, France, Dedicated May 7th, 2000
Displays
RHLI Veteran's Association, Canadian Corps Unit 57, 1353 Barton St, Hamilton, ON L8H 2W2

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