Facts

Badge


Description
Argent on a maple leaf Azure a beaver couchant on
a log proper all within an annulus Azure fimbriated
and inscribed THE LAKE SUPERIOR SCOTTISH
REGIMENT in letters Argent ensigned by the Royal
Crown proper and environed by twelve maple leaves
Gules issuant from a scroll Azure fimbriated and
inscribed INTER PERICULA INTREPIDI in letters.

Symbolism
The maple leaves and beaver represent service to
Canada, and the Crown, service to the Sovereign.
The blue of maple leaf on a white disc represents the
waters of Lake Superior. “THE LAKE SUPERIOR
SCOTTISH REGIMENT” is the regimental title and
“INTER PERICULA INTREPIDI” is the motto of the
regiment.

Tartan: Mac Gillivary
Authorised March: The Highland Laddie
Motto: INTER PERICULA INTREPIDI
(Fearless in the face of danger)
Order of Precedence: 33
Alliance:
British Army – The Royal Anglian Regiment

 

Days of Significance

25 January – Robbie Burns Day
24 April (1885) – The Regimental Birthday in honour of the establishment
of the Independent Company of Rifles
2 June (1940) – Mobilization Day (in accordance with the War Diary)
8 August (1944) – Falaise Road
5 November (1944) – Zijpe Day
30 November – St. Andrew’s Day
31 November – Remembrance Day

 

Senior Appointments

Honourary Colonels
unknown – Colonel P.R. “Jerry” Cook,OStJ,CD

Honourary Lt. Colonels
unknown – Lieutenant-Colonel Catherine Paterson,DStJ,DStL

Commanding Officers
unknown – Major Donald P.M. Strang,CD
-2011 – LCol Brent Faulkner
10SEP2011-Present – LCol Geoff Abthorpe

Regimental Sergeant Majors
unknown – MWO David J. Coffey,CD
-2011 – CWO George Rommick
2011-Present –  CWO Robert Morris

 

Battle Honours
WWI (34)
WWII (14)

Highlighted Battle Honours are approved for emblazonment on the Regimental Colour. Capitalized Battle Honours indicate the name of a group of battles, actions or engagements. Where common names but separate year dates created a combined battle honour title authorized as a single name for emblazonment, both have been highlighted.

 

Wars and Operations Battle Honour Date Remarks
First World War
Summer Operations, 1915. (March-October) Ypres, 1915 22 April – 25 May 1915

Perpetuates the 52nd and 141st Battalions, Canadian Expeditionary Force.

52nd Bn, C.E.F.– “Mount Sorrel, Somme, 1916, ’18, Flers-Courcelette, Ancre Heights, Arras, 1917, ’18, Vimy, 1917, Arleux, Scarpe, 1917, Hill 70, Ypres, 1917, Passchendaele, FRANCE AND FLANDERS, 1916-18”
(G.O. 110 of 1929)

  VC won by Capt C.P.J. O’Kelly, MC, on 26 October 1917..

141st Bn, C.E.F.
“The Great War, 1917”
(G.O. No. 123 of 1929)

Lake Superior Regiment – “Ypres, 1915, ’17, Festubert, 1915, Mount Sorrel, Somme, 1916, Flers-Courcelette, Ancre Heights, Arras, 1917, ’18, Vimy, 1917, Hill 70, Passchendaele, Amiens, Scarpe, 1918, Drocourt-Queant, Hindenburg Line, Canal du Nord, Cambrai, 1918, Valenciennes, FRANCE AND FLANDERS, 1915-18”
(G.O. 110 of 1929)

Festubert, 1915 15-25 May 1915
Local Operations, 1916. (Previous to the Allied Offensive) Mount Sorrel 2-13 June 1916
Operations on the Somme. (1 July – 18 November, 1916) Somme, 1916 1 July – 18 November 1916
Flers-Courcelette 15-22 September 1916
Ancre Heights 1 October – 11 November 1916
The Arras Offensive (9 April – 15 May, 1917 Arras, 1917 9 April – 4 May 1917
Vimy, 1917 9-14 April 1917
Hill 70 15-25 August 1917
The Flanders Offensive (7 June – 10 November, 1917) Ypres, 1917 31 July – 10 Nov. 1917
Passchendaele 12 October 1917 and/or 26 October – 10 November 1917
The Advance in Picardy (8 August – 3 September, 1918) Amiens 8-11 August 1918
The Breaking of the Hindenburg Line (26 August – 12 October, 1918) Arras, 1918 26 August – 3 September 1918
Scarpe, 1918 26-30 August 1918
Drocourt-Queant Line 2-3 September 1918
Hindenburg Line, Battles of the 12 September – 9 October 1918
Canal du Nord 27 September – 2 October 1918
Cambrai, 1918 8-9 October 1918
Picardy (17 October – 11 November) Valenciennes 1-2 November 1918
FRANCE AND FLANDERS, 1915-18
Second World War
FALAISE FALAISE 7-22 Aug 44

The Lake Superior Scottish Regiment (Motor)– “FALAISE, Falaise Road, The Laison, Chambois, THE SCHELDT, The Lower Maas, THE RHINELAND, The Hochwald, Veen, Twente Canal, Friesoythe, Kusten Canal, Bad Zwischenahn, NORTH-WEST EUROPE 1944-45”
(Cdn Army Orders, Issue No. 539, 15 April 1957)

Falaise Road 7-9 Aug 44
The Laison 14-17 Aug 44
Chambois 18-22 Aug 44
THE SCHELDT THE SCHELDT 1 Oct – 8 Nov 44
The Lower Maas 20 Oct – 7 Nov 44
THE RHINELAND THE RHINELAND 8 Feb – 10 Mar 45
The Hochwald 26 Feb – 4 Mar 45
Veen 6-10 Mar 45
Twente Canal 2-4 Apr 45
Friesoythe 14 Apr 45
Kusten Canal 17-24 Apr 45
Bad Zwischenahn 23 Apr – 4 May 45
NORTH-WEST EUROPE 1944-45 NORTH-WEST EUROPE 1944-45 6 Jun 44 – 5 May 45

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