Ontario Regiment Association
Who We Are
In 2016 The Ontario Regiment (Royal Canadian Armoured Corps) will celebrate 150 years of service to Canada. The Regiment's Headquarters has been located in Oshawa for over 100 years when the current Armoury was opened in 1914.
The Ontario Regiment Association was formed after World War II to represent and assist the veterans of The Regiment. It also provides support to the serving soldiers and the four affiliated Army Cadet Corps, with the 1913 Army Cadet Corps being located in Oshawa.
The Ontario Regiment Museum is located on the south field of the Oshawa Airport and maintains artifacts and the history of The Regiment. In addition it has one of the largest collections of operational historic armoured vehicles in North America and is recognized for this throughout the world. It attracts literally thousands to Oshawa each year.
Regular Monthly Meetings
All meetings are held on the second Monday of each month in the Junior Ranks' Mess, Col RS McLaughlin Armoury, 53 Simcoe St N, Oshawa
All members are welcome to share an evening of camaraderie and participate in the association's business.
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