The Black Watch (Royal Highland Regiment) of Canada

The Black Watch (Royal Highland Regiment) of Canada is a reserve infantry regiment in 34 Brigade Group, Land Force Quebec Area. The regiment is located on rue de Bleury in Montreal, Quebec, Canada, and is currently commanded by Lieutenant Colonel Bruno Plourde. The regiment's armoury was designated a National Historic Site of Canada in 2008. They are the Senior Canadian-Scottish Regiment.

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... The Black Watch (Royal Highland Regiment) of Canada Museum Established 1949 Location 2067, Bleury Street, Montreal Canada Type Regimental Museum Website Black Watch of Canada Museum Opened in 1949, the regiment's museum includes uniforms, weapons, musical instruments, maps, medals, photographs and documents that focus on the history of the regiment, the city and the Canadian armed forces ... The museum is open to members of the Regimental family as well as to the public on Tuesdays and by appointment ...

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