With many things that still required attention before the temporary freedom of March Break, the Regiment took the evening of the 15th to relax, recharge, and prepare for the challenges ahead.
For the first time in recent memory, the Regiment trained and deployed a team to take part in the fabled Vierdaagse, or International Four Days Marches Nijmegen.
Every member of 1 Brigade knew Ex STRONG CONTENDER 2018 took place from 22-26 January. What people don’t know about, is the work that goes in beforehand.
In the early hours of September 7th, 208 competitors from across 1 CMBG lined up at the start line for what is known to many as the gruelling Mountain Man Challenge…
On August 29th 2017, the Regiment deployed 89 soldiers in support of Operation LENTUS 17-04 to fight wildfires in the Cariboo Region of British Columbia (BC).
On July 1st, 2017, Col (Ret'd) Hug and his wife Maria were invited to Rideau Hall for the Inauguration of The Queen's Entrance and the Reception on the Occasion of the Inauguration of The Queen’s Entrance that followed.
Curling has often been compared to chess on ice. It is game of strategy and etiquette between two teams where the winner is not necessarily the fastest nor hardest hitting.
On February 21st the Regiment hosted Garth Brooks world tour Band and Staff for an opportunity to showcase what our soldiers do every day and what we do it with.
After almost a year at the Regiment, the 4 new subbies, along with 2 soldiers from Maintenance Troop, and 3 soldiers from Signals Troop, were set to begin our week long ride course.
Somewhere within the foggy depths of late November, the soldiers of the Regiment hastily prepared for their annual Black Hat get-together.
During a time of PCF courses, concentrations and field preparations, members of Lord Strathcona’s Horse (Royal Canadian) participated in Ex TOUGH CONTENDER 2016.
Every year, Lord Strathcona’s Horse (Royal Canadians) extends the invitation to all soldiers’ families to come out and have a fun-filled day of family festivities.
The Regiment shall, from time to time, host a business luncheon to invite members of the community, supporters, and Friends of the Regiment in an effort to bring together a forum for interaction and discussion.
On 29 August 2016, LCol Mark Lubiniecki held his first Commanding Officer’s retreat for the Regiment’s leadership. This served as a venue for important discussion on leadership, professional expectations, and future plans.
Another successful Strathcona fishing trip has come and gone. This year has probably been the greatest year yet, with 25 participants – all eager for a shot at the coveted trophy.