38 Canadian Brigade Group
PROGREDERE NE REGREDERE
Ever forward never back”
38 Canadian Brigade Group (38 CBG) is an Army Reserve Formation of 3rd Canadian Division, headquartered in Winnipeg, Manitoba. 38 CBG comprises a Headquarters, located in Winnipeg, and 13 Army Reserve units distributed throughout Northwestern Ontario, Manitoba and Saskatchewan.
Today, soldiers from 38 CBG are actively involved in their role as Canada’s citizen soldiers. Soldiers from 38 CBG are actively involved in their role as Canada’s citizen soldiers. Many proudly served during the Afghanistan War from 2001 to 2012. The Brigade lost many former members where they started their military lives as young reservists - as well as one serving member in 2006 - Corporal Anthony Boneca of the Lake Superior Scottish Regiment.
- The Saskatchewan Dragoons
- Fort Garry Horse
- 10th Field Artillery Regiment, RCA
- 26th Field Artillery Regiment, RCA
- 116 Independent Field Battery
- 38 Combat Engineer Regiment
- 38 Signal Regiment
- Royal Winnipeg Rifles
- Lake Superior Scottish Regiment
- North Saskatchewan Regiment
- Royal Regina Rifles
- Queen's Own Cameron Highlanders of Canada
- 38 Service Battalion
- Reserve Jobs
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- 3rd Canadian Division
Colonel G.A. Abthorpe
Brigade Sergeant Major
Chief Warrant Officer Albert Boucher
38 CBG originated with the formation of the first western Military District in 1870, when Manitoba entered Confederation as a province. In remembering the past, 38 CBG units carry the honour of having received a total of ten Victoria Crosses awarded to its soldiers during times of war. This is the largest representation of VC winners of the three Western Reserve brigades.
Today’s recent history has the brigade reforming. 38 Canadian Brigade Group (38 CBG) was established on April 1,1997 after the amalgamation of the previous two districts—Manitoba Lakehead District and Saskatchewan District. 38 CBG comprises a Headquarters, located in Winnipeg, and 13 Army Reserve units distributed throughout Northwestern Ontario, Manitoba and Saskatchewan.
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Current members of the Canadian Armed Forces (CAF) are available to give presentations at schools and civic organizations across Canada as part of the 2016 National VW Speakers Program.
September 26, 2016
The kitchen trailers are out of retirement and keeping soldiers happy in the field.
September 20, 2016
Approximately 1000 Canadian Army soldiers from 38, 39, and 41 Canadian Brigade Groups will conduct training in Dundurn, Saskatchewan, and Wainwright, Alberta as part of Exercise WESTERN DEFENDER 2016 from August 13 to 21, 2016
August 12, 2016
Winnipeg, Manitoba — For Lieutenant-Colonel (Retired) Bernard DesAutels, retirement does not mean a full stop, just reducing his workload from two jobs to one.
June 28, 2016
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