41 Combat Engineer Regiment
41 Combat Engineer Regiment was created to provide engineer support to 41 Canadian Brigade Group. The home station of the Regiment is in Edmonton and it consists of a Regimental Headquarters and three sub-units:
- 25 Engineer Squadron in Edmonton
- 33 Engineer Squadron in Calgary and
- an Administration Squadron that is staffed by both Edmonton and Calgary personnel
Join Our Unit
We train on Wednesday nights 7- 10 pm during the training year (September to May).
If you are interested in joining 41 Combat Engineer Regiment or want information about other reserve opportunities, please contact one of our recruiting offices:
- Calgary: 403-974-2908
- Edmonton: 780-495-7325
You can also visit our website at Forces.ca for more information.
- Commanding Officer: Lieutenant-Colonel B. St-Amand
- Regimental Sergeant Major: Chief Warrant Officer J. L’Heureux
41 Combat Engineer Regiment was created on 23 November 2006 through the amalgamation of Edmonton’s 8th Field Engineer Regiment (8 FER) and Calgary’s 33rd Field Engineer Squadron (33 FES). Amalgamation means the joining of two or more units into one, with the resulting unit being entitled to the combined honours and history of the constituent units. 41 CER was officially stood-up on September 6, 2008 at The Military Museums in Calgary, Alberta.
For information about the vehicles and weapons used by the Canadian Army visit our Equipment page.
- 41 CER Regimental Headquarters
Lt.-Col. Philip Debney Armoury
8403 Roper Road Edmonton, AB
780 - 973-4011 ext 2704
33 Engineer Squadron
4225 Crowchild Trail SW
Phone: 403-410-2320 ext 3824
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