South Alberta Light Horse

South Alberta Light Horse

The South Alberta Light Horse, or SALH, is an armoured reconnaissance unit of the Canadian Forces Army Reserve based in Medicine Hat and Edmonton, Alberta. The SALH is part of Land Force Western Area's 41 Canadian Brigade Group.

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