Canadian Military Engineers

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The Canadian Military Engineers (CME) is the military engineer branch of the Canadian Armed Forces.wikipedia
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1st Canadian Tunnelling Company

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The Canadian Military Engineers contributed three tunnelling companies to the British Expeditionary Force: 1st Canadian Tunnelling Company, 2nd Canadian Tunnelling Company and 3rd Canadian Tunnelling Company.
The 1st Canadian Tunnelling Company was one of the tunnelling companies of the Canadian Military Engineers during World War I.

2nd Canadian Tunnelling Company

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The Canadian Military Engineers contributed three tunnelling companies to the British Expeditionary Force: 1st Canadian Tunnelling Company, 2nd Canadian Tunnelling Company and 3rd Canadian Tunnelling Company.
The 2nd Canadian Tunnelling Company was one of the tunnelling companies of the Canadian Military Engineers during World War I.

3rd Canadian Tunnelling Company

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The Canadian Military Engineers contributed three tunnelling companies to the British Expeditionary Force: 1st Canadian Tunnelling Company, 2nd Canadian Tunnelling Company and 3rd Canadian Tunnelling Company.
The 3rd Canadian Tunnelling Company was one of the tunnelling companies of the Canadian Military Engineers during World War I.

Sapper

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One of the most important functions of the Sappers in the war was to dig tunnels for mines underneath enemy trenches, with which to plant explosives to destroy them.
This is also the case within the Indian Army Corps of Engineers, Pakistan Army Corps of Engineers, Royal Canadian Engineers, Royal Australian Engineers, South African Army Engineer Formation, Jamaica Defence Force Engineer Regiment, and Royal New Zealand Engineers.

Coulson Norman Mitchell

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In the war the only Victoria Cross the Canadian Engineers ever received was earned by Captain C. N. Mitchell for actions on 8 October 1918 at Canal de I'Escaut, north-east of Cambrai.
As an officer with the 1st Tunnelling Company of Canadian Engineers he was awarded the Military Cross in 1917.

Charles Hertzberg

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Hertzberg commanded the Royal Canadian Engineering Corps as Chief Engineer, First Canadian Army.

Personnel branch

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The Canadian Military Engineers (CME) is the military engineer branch of the Canadian Armed Forces.

The Fort Garry Horse

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In 2003, the Fort Garry Horse in Winnipeg, Manitoba, began hosting what became 31 Engineer Squadron in 2012.
In 2003, the regiment began hosting personnel to help create a new unit of the Canadian Military Engineers.

Unification of the Canadian Armed Forces

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On 1 February 1968, the Canadian Army, Royal Canadian Navy, and Royal Canadian Air Force were officially unified as the Canadian Armed Forces.

5th Canadian Division

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1st Canadian Division

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At its peak size, 30,000 men were stationed here before the 1st Canadian Division was deployed to England.

1 Combat Engineer Regiment

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1 Combat Engineer Regiment (1 CER, 1 er Régiment du génie de combat) is a Regular Force regiment of the Royal Canadian Engineers (RCE) commanded by a lieutenant-colonel.

4 Engineer Support Regiment

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4 Engineer Support Regiment (4 e Régiment d'appui du génie) is a regiment of the Canadian Military Engineers located at CFB Gagetown, New Brunswick.

5 Combat Engineer Regiment

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5 Combat Engineer Regiment (French: 5 e Régiment du genie de combat) is a regular force regiment of the Canadian Military Engineers commanded by a lieutenant-colonel.

Garrison Petawawa

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In 1906 the Royal Canadian Engineers constructed huts, stables and installed water and gas systems.

2 Combat Engineer Regiment

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2 Combat Engineer Regiment is a regiment of the Canadian Military Engineers.

32 Combat Engineer Regiment

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The Engineer Prayer was created for 2 Field Engineer Regiment by Major Hugh Macdonald, the unit's padre.
32 Combat Engineer Regiment (32 CER) is the Primary Reserve (Militia) unit of the Canadian Military Engineers in Toronto, Ontario, Canada.

34 Combat Engineer Regiment

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34 Combat Engineer Regiment (34CER) is a reserve unit of the Royal Canadian Engineers in Montreal, Quebec, Canada.

36 Combat Engineer Regiment

36 Combat Engineer Regiment (36CER) is a reserve unit of the Canadian Military Engineers in Halifax, Nova Scotia Canada.

35 Combat Engineer Regiment

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35 Combat Engineer Regiment (35CER) (French: 35 e Régiment du génie de combat) is a reserve unit of the Canadian Military Engineers in Quebec City, Quebec, Canada.

33 Combat Engineer Regiment

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33 Combat Engineer Regiment (33CER) is the Primary Reserve (Militia) unit of the Canadian Military Engineers in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada.