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The Toronto Scottish Regiment (Queen Elizabeth The Queen Mother's Own)

Toronto, Ontario
Approval of Regimental Colours
January 15, 2004
Vol. IV, p. 352

Regimental Colour of The Toronto Scottish Regiment (Queen Elizabeth The Queen Mother's Own)

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Azure a torteau charged with a saltire Argent surmounted by the numeral 75 Or, within an annulus Gules edged, charged in base with a thistle, inscribed THE TORONTO SCOTTISH REGIMENT (QUEEN ELIZABETH THE QUEEN MOTHER'S OWN) in letters Or, ensigned by the Royal Crown and enclosed by two branches of maple leaves in autumnal tints and thistles proper bound by a riband Gules surmounted by a scroll Or inscribed with the Motto CARRY ON in letters Sable, the whole enclosed by two branches of laurel Or fructed Gules each surmounted by ten scrolls Argent edged Or, those to the dexter inscribed in letters Sable SOMME, 1916; ARRAS, 1917, '18; HILL 70; AMIENS; CANAL DU NORD; DIEPPE; ST. ANDRÉ-SUR-ORNE; ANTWERP-TURNHOUT CANAL; WOENSDRECHT; and THE REICHSWALD; those to the sinister inscribed in letters Sable ANCRE, 1916; VIMY, 1917; PASSCHENDAELE; DROUCOURT-QUÉANT; VALENCIENNES; BOURGUÉBUS RIDGE; FALAISE THE SCHELDT; THE RHINELAND; and THE HOCHWALD; all between four representations of the Royal Cypher of Her Late Majesty Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother Or, its Royal Crown proper;



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