38 Signal Regiment
MAGNA ET PATET
Loud and Clear
38 Signal Regiment is a Reserve Force communications unit assigned to 38 Canadian Brigade Group. The Regiment is comprised of four communication squadrons and a squadron headquarters.
The unit is responsible to provide communication information systems, strategic infrastructure services and support to Army Reserve Force units in Saskatchewan, Manitoba and northwestern Ontario.
The 38 Canadian Brigade Group Squadrons are:
- 1 (Winnipeg) Squadron
- 2 (Regina) Squadron
- 3 (Thunder Bay) Squadron
- 4 (Saskatoon) Squadron
Army Communication and Information Systems Specialists provide primarily Army units with fast, reliable wired and wireless communication and information systems by means of leading edge technologies using voice and data systems. They are also part of a larger team that provides Army units and the Canadian Forces with communication and information services throughout Canada and around the world.
Join Our Unit
We train on Tuesday evenings, 7 - 10 pm. The Army Reserve is the part-time component of the Canadian Army. Most Army reservists work part-time for the Army and full-time at their civilian job. Others are full or part-time students. The Army Reserve has three main roles:
Provide the framework for mobilization or expansion by using existing Reserve units framework should the nation ever need to respond to a large crisis or an emergency
- Connect with Canadians by strengthening the ties the Canadian Army Reserve has with local communities
- Augment the full-time Army by providing soldiers, units or specialists.
The Army Reserve is progressively more active than it has been in years with an increased operational role in the Canadian contribution towards the maintenance of peace and stability in the world.
To apply you must meet the following basic eligibility requirements:
- Canadian Citizen 16 years of age (with parental consent)
- Minimum Grade 10 education (or higher depending on entry plan)
For more information call 1-866-GO-2-ARMY or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
For information about the Canadian Armed Forces or to apply online visit FORCES.CA.
- Commanding Officer: Lieutenant-Colonel J.A. Janzen
- Regimenal Sergeant Major: Chief Warrant Officer R.A. Klyne
Members have served with Regular Force units throughout Canada and Germany and with the United Nations forces throughout the world in places such as Egypt, Golan Heights, various places in the Middle East, Yugoslavia, Bosnia-pHerzegovina and Afghanistan.
Members have also participated in domestic operations such as Operation PODIUM (2010 Olympic Games, BC), Operation ASSISTANCE (1997 Manitoba Floods) and various Northern operations and exercises.1 (Winnipeg) Squadron traces it’s history to the formation of the 10th Divisional Signals, Canadian Corps of Signals, Military District No. 10 in 1923.
- 38 Signal Regiment marks inaugural Change of Command
- 38 Signal Regiment Links Students to Santa
- Learning to treat the Wounded in Collective Training
We use Command Post and line vehicles. For information about the vehicles and weapons used by the Canadian Army visit our Equipment page.
38 Signal Regiment
969 St Matthews Avenue
- Date modified: