The weather continued fine and aerial activity was normal. A working party as furnished on the night of September 13th proceeded forward to work on defenses in area W.12 and 6 (ref. Sheet 51.B.1/40000). Information that the 2nd Canadian Division would be relieved by the 1st Canadian Division was received from the 4th Canadian Infantry Brigade. Captain A.P.Christmas was, on this date, posted to Eastern Ontario Regimental Depot, Seaford, on being retrained in England for duty. A draft of two other ranks arrived from 2nd Divisional Wing, C.C.R.C.
Image: Canadians advancing with tank on the Arras front. Advance East of Arras. September, 1918, Courtesy of Library and Archives Canada.