New Social Events!

Valentines Day Mixer on Feb 13th! Plan for Vimy in the Mess – A mixed dining in to be held April 8 or 9. More to Follow!

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Memorial Service – 6 Nov

Colonel Hugh A J Hutchinson, CD (Ret’d) 1936 – 2015 The Hutchinson family and the 6 Field Engineer Squadron Museum Association cordially invite you to a memorial service, to honour the life and service of Col Hugh Hutchinson, to be held at the Combined Mess, 6 Engineer Squadron, Lt. Col. J.P. Fell Armoury, 1513 Forbes

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100th Anniversary Reception

Sat the 17th of October at 1900 there will be a reception in the Mess to acknlowlege the 100th Anniversary of the Occupation of the Armouries at 6ES. The Mess and Museum will be open at no cost, and the dress will be business casual.  

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Jrs Dining In

Dont forget to make reservations with MCpl Labrador for the Jrs Event!

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Twitter

Our Recruiters are Twitting! Follow us if you Tweet! Here

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Important Dates

Messmates, mark your calendars for the following: Jr’s Dining In – Sept 26 Occupation of the Armouries – 17 Oct – Festivities to Commemorate the Centennial of the Occupation of the Armouries Regimental Christmas Dinner – 12 Dec New Year’s Levee – Jan 1 Valentine’s Day Massacre – 13 Feb (Saturday Closest to Valentines Day)

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WWII Engineers

Look at this great website Messmates! I will put it on our link page as well: Here

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Lets March!

Do you know what the Drill Manual says about Marching? The standard lengths of pace are: quick and slow time – 75 cm; stepping out in quick and slow time – 85 cm; stepping short in quick time and slow time – 55 cm; double time – 1 m; half pace in quick time (used

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Chinook Jargon and the Engineers

Just Recently as PMC, I had the opportunity to present a toast to the  Crown during the D-Day Dinner. As we all know the toast is presented in one of the official languages by the PMC, and the reply is given in the other language by the V/PMC. One thing that I wanted to do

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The Story of the Cabin

Why is it by the Armoury?

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