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Wednesday, July 30 2014
Last Updated on Wednesday, July 30 2014

    On August 6, 1914 mobilization orders were announced by Ottawa for a division of 21,000 troops to be assembled in Valcartier, just outside Quebec City. Other than the two horsed regiments in the Permanent Force, the 19th Alberta Dragoons was the only unit in Canada selected to contribute cavalry and it was to become the cavalry reconnaissance squadron of the 1st Canadian Division.

Friday, December 13 2013
Last Updated on Tuesday, December 17 2013

The Loyal Edmonton Regiment Military Museum is proud to announce it has been fully accredited by the Alberta Museums Association’s Recognized Museum Program.   

Tuesday, November 13 2012
Last Updated on Wednesday, October 22 2014

The Loyal Edmonton Regiment Military Museum is operated as a non-profit foundation.  The museum does not charge for admission to our galleries or for most other services that we provide to the public.  The money needed to support our day-to-day operation is obtained by volunteers working our annual casino, by donations from the general public and by grants available to heritage organizations for specific projects.  With this in mind, we are pleased to acknowledge the receipt of a 2012 Community Investment Program Arts and Museum Building Operating grant.  Our thanks go out to the Edmonton Arts Council, the Edmonton Heritage Council and the City of Edmonton for their generous support.

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