On 8 September 2023 the Change of Command for 32 Canadian Brigade Group was held at Fort York National Historic Site in Toronto. The outgoing Commanding Officer, Col J. M. C. McEwen, CD handed command to Col A. R. Best, CD in the presence of Brigadier-General J. J. Major, MSM, CD. Of note, both Colonels […]
Booklet written in Dutch and English with the program and photos from the April 17, 2005 ‘Apeldoorn, the City of Veterans Parade’.
Program from Royal Canadian Legion Toronto District “D” Veterans Dinner on April 13, 2008.
An 8.5 inch (21.59 cm) by 5.5 inch (13.97 cm) Program of the 48th Highlanders Regimental Picnic, from September 1, 1923
Program for Change of Command Ceremony on Friday 24 Oct. 2008 from LCol A.D.C. Paterson, CD to LCol J.M. McEwen, CD in the presence of Col G. Mann, CD, Commander 23 Canadian Brigade Group. The ceremony took place at Moss Park Armoury, Toronto. The program, tri-folded, has in the inside the biographies of LCol Paterson […]
St Andrew’s Church program of Service – Remembrance Parade by 48th Highlanders; presentation of artifacts and medals of Brigadier John Pollands Girvan, CMG, DSO, MD, VD, (Croix de Guerre – France) and his wife Nursing Sister Jean Elizabeth Sword. Also presentation of medals and brooch of Pipe Major (Sgt) Alexander Keith, 15th Battalion CEF.
Program for presentation of medals and artifacts of Brigadier John Pollands Girvan, CMG, DSO, MC, VD, (Croix de Guerre – France) and his wife, Nursing Sister Jean Elizabeth Sword. Held in the Great Room at St Andrew’s Church, 23 April 2023.
An 8.5 inch (21.59 cm) by 11 inch (27.94 cm) bifold program of the 48th Highlanders Church Parade on May 6th 1934. in attendance Brigadier John Pollands Girvan, D.S.O., M.C., V.D. (Commanding Officer at the time) HCapt the Revered Stuart C. Parker, D.D.
A 7 inch (17.78 cm) by 11 inch (27.94 cm) bifold program of the Dedication of the Memorial Communion Table on Nov 11th 1934.
An 8.5 inch (21.59 cm) by 11 inch (27.94 cm) bifold program on the 48th Highlanders Church Parade for May 4th, 1952. in attendance LCol M.E. George, CO HCapt The Revered Ross K. Cameron, M.A.