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# 48 Cadet Corps

Name - Toronto Collegiate Institute Cadet Bde

Location  Toronto, ON

Formed  Feb 10, 1899         Disbanded  December 19, 1945

D Coy

Mar 1, 1913

unknown

E Coy

Dec 14, 1914

unknown

F Coy

Dec 14, 1914

unknown

G Coy

Dec 14, 1914

unknown

H Coy

Jan 4, 1914

unknown

I Coy

Mar 29, 1915

unknown

K Coy

Mar 29, 1915

unknown

L Coy

Apr 5, 1915

unknown

M Coy

Mar 12, 1917

unknown

4th Bn A Coy

Mar 4, 1918

unknown

4th Bn B Coy

Mar 4, 1918

unknown

4th Bn C Coy

Mar 4, 1918

unknown

4th Bn D Coy

Mar 4, 1918

unknown

1st Bn E Coy

Apr 22, 1919

unknown

2nd Bn E Coy

Apr 22, 1919

unknown

N Coy

Feb 4, 1921

unknown

 

 

A Coy 1st Bn (Jarvis Collegiate Inst.) affil. with: Queen's Own Rifles 

July 10, 1942

Dec 12, 1945

B Coy 1st Bn (Riverdale Collegiate Inst.) affil. with: 3 Field Brigade RCA

July 10, 1942

Dec 12, 1945

C Coy 1st Bn (Malvern Collegiate Institute)

July 10, 1942

Dec 12, 1945

D Coy 1st Bn (Nth Toronto High School) affil. with: The Toronto Scottish Regt (MG)

July 11, 1942

Dec 12, 1945

E, F, G, H Coys 1st Bn (Cen Tech High School) affil. with: 2 Dist Engineers RCE

July 10, 1942

Dec 12, 1945

J Coy 1st Bn  (Lawrence Park Coll Inst.) affil. with: 4 Med. Brigade RCA

July 10, 1942

Dec 12, 1945

A Coy 2nd Bn (Parkdale Coll Inst.) affil. with: 3 fd Brigade RCA

July 10, 1942

Dec 12, 1945

D Coy 2nd Bn (Humberside Collegiate Institute)

July 10, 1942

Dec 12, 1945

E   F Coys 2nd Bn (Oakwood Coll Inst.) affil. with: Royal Regt of Canada

July 10, 1942

Dec 12, 1945

H Coy 2nd Bn (Bloor Coll Inst.) affil. with: Queen's York Rangers (MG)

July 10, 1942

Dec 12, 1945

J Coy 2nd Bn (Danforth Tech Sch.) affil. with: 48th Highlanders of Canada

July 10, 1942

Dec 12, 1945

K Coy 2nd Bn (Northern Voca. Sch.) affil. with: Irish Regt of Canada

July 10, 1942

Dec 12, 1945

 

Commanding Officers/Chief Instructors- 

 

 

Capt J.H. Adams (1915-19) Biography

(photo)

 

 

 

 

Senior Cadets

   

 

 

 

  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Corps Flag

 

Corps Home

 

 

History - 

This corps was formed 10 Feb 1899 as the Toronto Collegiate Institute Cadet Corps. redisig: Toronto Collegiate Institute Cadet Brigade, Mar 4, 1918. The Regiment was reorganized 24 Mar 1922 into a number of companies, each representing 17 schools in the Toronto educational system. Toronto Collegiate Institute Cadet Regt, Toronto Rotary Highlander. The Regiment was disbanded 19 Dec 1945, and number 48 was continued in the Humberside Collegiate Institute, which had been "D" Company of the Regiment. Other companies of the regiment formed individual corps from 2216 to 2226, and they disbanded between 1964 and 1968. Humberside was affiliated with the Toronto Scottish. The corps was disbanded 31 August 1966. A corps flag bearing the number 48 was still existing, enquiries to be made to the Huberside Collegiate or the Toronto Scottish.

The Toronto Collegiate Institute Cadet Regiment (A, B and C Coy) was originally formed 10 Feb 1899. D Coy was formed 18 Feb 1913. In 1914 E, F and G Coys were formed (MO 562). In 1915 H, I, K and L Coys were formed (MO 12, 165, 165, 179 respectively). M Coy was formed 12 Mar 1917. In 1918, A,B,C and D Coys of the 4th Battalion, 2 Military District was formed 25 Feb 1918. E Coys of 1 and 2 Battalion were formed 16 Apr 1919. N Coy was formed 4 Feb 1921. The Regiment was reorganized 24 Mar 1922 into a number of companies, each representing 17 schools in the Toronto educational system:
1 Battalion:
A - Jarvis Collegiate Institute
B - Riverdale Collegiate Institute 
C - Malvern Collegiate Instititute
D - North Toronto Collegiate Institute
E - Technical High School
F - Technical High School
G - Technical High School
H - Technical High School
2 Battalion:
A - Parkdale Collegiate Institute
B - Habord Collegiate Institute
C - Habord Collegiate Institute
D - Humberside Collegiate Institute
E - Oakwood Collegiate Institute
F - Oakwood Collegiate Institute
G - High School of Commerce 
H - Davenport Collegiate Institute. D Coy 2nd Battalion was disbanded 16 Feb 1934. It reformed 25 Nov 1939. Coy 1 Battalion, and H Coy 2 Battalion were disbanded 12 Dec 1945. The remaining Coys were disbanded 19 Dec 1945. J Coy 1 Battalion which had formed 25 Nov 1939 disbanded 19 Dec 1945. J Coy 2 Battalion which had formed 7 Dec 1939 was disbanded 12 Dec 1945. K Coy 1 Battalion which formed 25 Nov 1939 was disbanded 19 Dec 1945. K Coy 2 Battalion which formed 14 Dec 1939 was disbanded 19 Dec 1945. 
20 Dec 1945, many new corps formed with names similar to the old corps. On this date Number 48 was continued in the Humberside Collegiate Institute, which had been "D" Company of the Regiment. The rest of the corps became:
1-A: became 2216
1-B became 2217
1-D became 2218
1-E/1-F/1-G/1-H became 2219
J became 2220
1-K became 2221
2-A became 2222
2-B/2-C became 2223
2-E/2-F became 2224
2-G became 2225
2-K became 2226
48 Humberside was affiliated with the Toronto Scottish. The corps was disbanded 31 August 1966. A corps flag bearing the number 48 was still existing, enquiries to be made to the Huberside Collegiate or the Toronto Scottish. 
Authority was granted for the formation of this Corps on 1 Nov 71 under the number 2894. In Mar 1972 a request was made for a change of designation and the Corps became known as No. 48 Highlanders Cadet Corps.

 

 

    

2 variations of #48 Cadet Corps Hat badges: Rotary YTC (Youth Training Corps); Toronto Rotary Highlanders

 

1st Bde J Coy Lawrence Park Collegiate Institute Cadet Corps flocked shoulder flash ca.1943

 

 

 

 

1890s 1900s 1910s 1920s 1930s 1940 1941 1942 1943 1944
1945                  

 

 


Name - Humberside Collegiate Institute Cadet Corps

Location  Toronto, ON

Formed  December 20, 1945        Disbanded  August 31, 1966

Commanding Officers/Chief Instructors- 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Senior Cadets

   

 

 

 

  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Corps Flag

 

Corps Home

 

 

 

History - 

The Toronto Collegiate Institute Cadet Regiment was originally formed 10 Feb 1899. The Regiment was reorganized 24 Mar 1922 into a number of companies, each representing 17 schools in the Toronto educational system. The Regiment was disbanded 19 Dec 1945, and number 48 was continued in the Humberside Collegiate Institute, which had been "D" Company of the Regiment. Other companies of the regiment formed individual corps from 2216 to 2226, and they disbanded between 1964 and 1968. Humberside was affiliated with the Toronto Scottish. The corps was disbanded 31 August 1966. A corps flag bearing the number 48 was still existing, enquiries to be made to the Huberside Collegiate or the Toronto Scottish.

1950s shoulder flash

 


 

Name - 48th Highlanders of Canada Cadet Corps

Location  Toronto, ON

Formed  November 1, 1971      Disbanded  Active

Commanding Officers/Chief Instructors- 

Maj J.A. Brown (1971-75) Biography (photo)
Capt N.A. MacNaughton (1976-79) Biography (photo)
Capt Charles M. Calverley (1979-83) Biography (photo)
Capt Thomas White (1984-85) Biography (photo)
Capt Patricia Wigle (1986-87) Biography (photo)
Capt A. Stark (1987-91) Biography (photo)
Capt J.M Mitchell-Whitteveen (1992-94) Biography (photo)
Capt S.A. Boast (1995) Biography (photo)
Capt B.D. McCue (1997) Biography (photo)
   
Capt. Norman Pope (2001-05) Biography (photo)
Capt Mike Paulin (2005-07) Biography (photo)

Capt Rule (2007-) Biography

(photo)

 

(photo)

Senior Cadets

   

 

 

 

 C/CWO Trottier (2005)

 (photo)

C/MWO Tang (2005-06)

 (photo)

C/CWO Graham Robertson (2006-) 

 (photo)

  

 

Corps Flag

 (photo)

Corps Home

(photo)

Moss Park Armouries, Queen and Jarvis 130 Queen Street East

 

 

History - 

 

The Toronto Collegiate Institute Cadet Regiment was originally formed 10 Feb 1899. The Regiment was reorganized 24 Mar 1922 into a number of companies, each representing 17 schools in the Toronto educational system. The Regiment was disbanded 19 Dec 1945, and number 48 was continued in the Humberside Collegiate Institute, which had been "D" Company of the Regiment. Other companies of the regiment formed individual corps from 2216 to 2226, and they disbanded between 1964 and 1968. Humberside was affiliated with the Toronto Scottish. The corps was disbanded 31 August 1966. A corps flag bearing the number 48 was still existing, enquiries to be made to the Humberside Collegiate or the Toronto Scottish.

1960s shoulder flash

Trophies

 

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