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198 Bn CEF The Buffs  CASC CEF (brass)

CASC CEF (bronze) variation 11 Bn Railway Troops

Overseas Fire Fighters of Canada (para-military) Canadian Engineers

 8th Central Ontario Reserve Battalion

251 Bn CEF OR's collar dog

2nd Pioneer Battalion CEF (collar)  Princess of Wales Own Rifles
Royal Winnipeg Rifles collar with the incorrect motto. This collar was first worn by the Winnipeg Rifles in 1912. The motto is incorrect as it was made to say "Hostium Nominati" instead of "Hosti Acie Nominati" which was the correct motto for this regiment. The "Little Black Devils" were given their name by the enemy after the battles of Batoshe and Fish Creek in 1885. A correct collar was struck in 1914 and is still being currently worn by this regiment. The Royal Winnipeg Rifles are the oldest regiment in Western Canada having been formed in 1883

Railway Construction Corps

Saskatoon Light Infantry (WW2?)

The Royal Regiment of Canada

2nd Battalion Queen's Own Rifles of Canada

22nd Regiment Canadien Francais

Royal Winnipeg Rifles

Rocky Mountain Rangers

15th Canadian Light Horse (collar)

Regina Rifles

West Nova Scotia

Halifax Rifles

Le Regiment De Hull

3 Rivers Regiment (Regiment de Trois Rivieres)

17 Bn Prince Edward Island Regiment

Canadian Air Transport Command South Saskatchewan

Regiment De Joliette

Canadian Logistics (Logistique) Branch

Canadian Armoured Corps (KC) WW2 General Service badge

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