7th Toronto Regiment, RCA

Unit Identification

7th Toronto Regiment crest




"Whither right and glory lead"



7th Toronto Regiment
130 Queen St. East
Toronto ON
M5A 1R9

7th Toronto Regiment

7th Toronto Regiment, Moss Park Armoury

Join Our Team

Please do not hesitate to call us for more information. We would be pleased to review your resume, and have you visit us for a tour of our unit.

Our Team Recruiter

Name: Captain Dustin Aliberti
Phone: 416-635-4440, Ext. 4863
Email: dustin.aliberti@forces.gc.ca

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Phone: 1-800-856-8488
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When We Train

We train Monday evenings from 7:30 p.m. – 10:30 p.m.

Trades In Our Unit




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Who We Are

7th Toronto Regiment, Royal Canadian Artillery (7 RCA) is a unit of 32 Canadian Brigade Group (32 CBG), whose task is to augment Canada’s military with trained artillery soldiers.

Our unit requires fit, competent and motivated people with an interest in dynamic and challenging training as artillery soldiers.  Primarily, new members are high school or university students with time to work one evening a week and one or two weekends a month during the school year (Sept – May).  Within their first few years of service, new members must also be available to attend full-time courses during the summer (Jul-Aug) where technical skills are acquired for employment on operations and training during the part-time training year.

Benefits of Joining

When you join our unit, you will receive competitive pay for your part time or full time work as well as be eligible for on the job training that could benefit you in civilian life. Also, there are medical, dental and educational benefits available to Army Reservists.

Here are all the details:

Command Team

  • Commanding Officer: Lieutenant-Colonel R.D. Smid, OMM, MB, CD
  • Regimental Sergeant Major: Chief Warrant Officer D.H. Robinson, MMM, CD

Contact Us

7th Toronto Regiment, RCA
Moss Park Armoury
130 Queen Street East
Toronto, ON
M5A 1R9

Telephone: 416-635-4440, Ext. 4863
Email: Dustin.Aliberti@forces.gc.ca


Chief Warrant Officer Tracy-Ann Fisher

Chief Warrant Officer Tracy-Ann Fisher on the Army Communication and Information Systems Specialist trade

Ottawa, Ontario — Long gone are the days of the carrier pigeon. Today’s Army Communication and Information Systems Specialists (ACISS) use cutting-edge technology to ensure functional wired and wireless communication for the Canadian Army (CA).
August 10, 2018

Collective training during Exercise FROZEN GUNNER

Teamwork: Regular and Reserve Force artillery units train together

Shilo, Manitoba — I have been on several gun exercises throughout my career, but this was the first time I was going to see the “big guns” in action.
June 4, 2018

Captain Sarbjit Singh (Rene) Juneja, Ukraine headquarters in Starychi

Infantry captain’s roots run through his regiment and back to India

Hamilton, Ontario — Captain Sarbjit Singh (Rene) Juneja’s South Asian heritage means a lot to him. It has also provided him with context and a sense of pride in his role with the Canadian Army Reserve (ARes).
May 28, 2018

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Our History

The 7th Toronto Regiment, Royal Canadian Artillery, traces its roots back to the Volunteer Incorporated Artillery Company formed in 1813 under the command of Captain Alexander Cameron. Renamed the 1st Toronto Artillery Company, this unit put an end to the Upper Canada Rebellion on December 5th, 1837 when, under the command of Major T. Carfrae, the company fired several cannonballs through the roof of Toronto's Montgomery's Tavern. The 1855 Militia Act redesignated the company as the Toronto Field Battery, which became the 9th "Toronto" Field Battery in 1895.

In the First World War, 9th Battery fought as part of the 1st Canadian Division until 1917 when it was transferred to the 4th Canadian Division. The 15th, 30th, and 53rd batteries were formed in Toronto in 1916 and were assigned to the 2nd, 3rd and 5th Divisions respectively. Thus, Toronto gunners were represented in all First World War Canadian divisions, and in all the major battles of the latter part of the war on the Western Front, including Passchendaele, Vimy, and Amiens.

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