September 30th was very quiet and the battalion rested. In the afternoon a message from 4th Canadian Infantry Brigade warned the battalion to be ready to move at two hours’ notice. This move did not take place during the day. The ration strength of the battalion on September 30th was: – Officers ……..28, Other Ranks……..821. Signed Lieutenant Colonel H.E. Pense, D.S.O.,M.C.
Image: German ammunition dump captured just outside Cambrai. Advance East of Arras. September, 1918, Courtesy of Library and Archives Canada.