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19th Alberta Dragoons

Edmonton, Alberta
Confirmation of the blazon of a Badge
October 4, 2004
Vol. IV, p. 487

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A horse statant Or on a grassy mound Vert above the number 19 Or all on a scroll Vert edged and inscribed ALBERTA DRAGOONS in letters Or.



The horse represents the unit’s origins as a mounted rifle regiment. The mound on which it stands symbolizes the prairie setting of the unit’s home base of Edmonton. “ALBERTA DRAGOONS” and the number “19” are a form of the regimental title.


Canada Gazette Information

The announcement of the Letters Patent was made on March 12, 2005, in Volume 139, page 691 of the Canada Gazette.

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The recipient's emblems have been originally recorded on 1 November 2002 in Volume IV, page 299 of the Public Register of Arms, Flags and Badges of Canada.