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#1809 Cadet Corps

Name -          Loyal Edmonton Regiment Cadet Corps

Location       Edmonton, AB

Formed        February 28, 1941     Disbanded     Active 

Commanding Officers/Chief Instructors- 

unknown (1941-62)  
Capt Ken B. Dougan (1963-70) biography
unknown (1971)  
 Capt Andrew L. Epler (1972) biography  
unknown (1973-74)  
Capt I.G. Edwards CD (1975) biography  
unknown (1976)  
Capt D.G. Gillespie (1977-78) biography  
unknown (1979)  
Capt James B. Stanton (1980) biography  
unknown (1981-93)  
 Capt Allan Gaetz (1994) biography  
Capt Jon Perry (2005-) biography  

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History -   

This Corps was formed in 1941 and became known as 1809 The 2nd Battalion Edmonton Regiment Cadet Corps. Affiliation: Loyal Edmonton Regiment, Jan 1, 1955. In 1956 under new sponsorship the Corps was re-designated as The Loyal Edmonton Regiment (3 PPCLI) Cadet Corps but the change of title was never promulgated and the sponsor made another request which was granted, in 1962 and the Corps has been known under their present title since then. redisig: Loyal Edmonton Regt (3PPCLI) Cadet Corps, Jun 1, 1962. Effective 7 Dec 72 change of designation to 1809 Loyal Edmonton Regiment (4 PPCLI) Cadet Corps. In 1976 annual report this Corps was placed on probation until 31 Dec 76 because this Corps required special attention from the league and more support from the sponsor. In a message dated 26 Nov 76 the Royal Canadian Legion, Kingsway Branch 175, Kingsway, Edmonton accepted sponsorship. Effective 1 Nov 77, probation was lifted.

 

 

"Edmonton Regiment C.C." flocked shoulder flash WWII

 

 


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Name -      2 Battalion Edmonton Regiment Cadet Corps (Grande Prairie Detatchment)

Location       Grande Prairie, AB

Formed    September 1, 1943    Disbanded      December 7, 1949

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possible flocked shoulder flash WWII