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Passing of Mr. Edward A. Holland  (Ted)

• Grandson of Sgt Holland

Died:       5 September 2020 - Saturday
Location:  At the Deep River Hospital

God Bless Ted
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His Relationship to the Regiment is as such:
GRANDSON OF SGT HOLLAND

Sergeant E.J. G. Holland


No 176 Sergeant E.J.G. Holland, of The Royal Canadian Dragoons, did splendid work with his Colt gun.  He kept the Boers off the 12 pounders by fire from his gun at close range, and then when he saw the Boers were  too near for him to escape with the carriage, as the horse was blown, calmly lifted the gun off the carriage and galloped off with it under his arm.

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The passing of Captain Don MacRae

The Regiment is saddened by the sudden passing of Captain Don MacRae at CFB Gagetown.  Captain MacRae had served as a Dragoon since 2003, deploying to Afghanistan in 2012 and serving the majority of his career in Gagetown.

The Regiment will be providing a funeral party for services in Glace Bay, NS this Saturday, 22 August composed of C Squadron members and representation from the Armour School.

We wish to send our condolences to his family and friends on their loss.

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