MCpl Tennant served in Afghanistan as a member of The Brockville Rifles. In this article he recounts his experience and a difficult patrol in the location known as the Martyr’s Circle.
We have added information to our website about the 45th Annual Sgt Rick Foldeak Memorial Hockey tournament, hosted by The Brockville Rifles.
Depicted: Officers of the Brockville Rifles – October 1935 SEATED—(Left to right)-Captain H. A. Taylor, Major R. F. Craig, V.D., Major H. R. Starr, Major N. L. MacDowell, Col. R. J. Gill, M.C., V.D., Hon. Col. Right Hon. Geo. P. Graham, P.C., LL.D., Lt.-Col. J. R. McCullough, V.D., Lt.-Col. M. W. MacDowell, M.C., Lt.-Col. F. […]
In January of 1998 a severe storm of freezing rain struck Ontario and Quebec. In areas 2 inches (50mm) of ice accumulated on power lines and trees. Power lines failed and power was lost to about 2 million people. Business were shut down and people were stranded in their homes. The Brockville Rifles deployed on […]
The 113th Royal Canadian Army Cadet Corps (which is affiliated with The Brockville Rifles) is pleased to announce that Cadet Warrant Officer N. Flinn has been selected to attend the Pre-Parachute Training Course.
Looking for the perfect present? The official history book for the 150th Anniversary of The Brockville Rifles is now available at our online kit shop!
EXTRACTS FROM “THE RECORDER AND TIMES, MONDAY, APRIL 26, 1920″ – BROCKVILLE, ONT.
THE 156TH BATTALION, C. E. F.
The history of the 32nd Locating Battery from the regimental archives.
Embarkment from Halifax, Nova Scotia on the S.S. Northland on October 19th, 1916. From Library and Archives Canada