32 Signal Regiment

Unit Identification

32 Signal Regiment crest

 

Army Reserve

Graphic: Joanna Gajdicar

Join Our Team

Please do not hesitate to call us for more information. We would be pleased to review your resume, and have you visit us for a tour of our unit.

Our Team Recruiter

Phone: 416-633-6200 ext 4336
Email: 32cbgrecruiting@forces.gc.ca

Or contact

Phone: 1-800-856-8488
Find a recruiting centre near you.

When We Train

Unit Parade Night: Thursday evenings 7:00 p.m. - 10:00 p.m.

Trades In Our Unit

Equipment

Who We Are

32 Signal Regiment is the communication unit of 32 Canadian Brigade Group in the greater Toronto region.  We are part-time and full-time Reserve and Regular Force tradespersons, civilian students, professionals, business people, and public servants - citizens who enjoy contributing to our country through the profession of arms as signallers.  We are members of the militia - the Army Reserve of the Canadian Armed Forces.  32 Signal Regiment encompasses the following elements:

  • Regimental command section.
  • 1 Squadron (ATHENA) – at Canadian Forces Base Borden.
  • 2 Squadron (2nd Signalling Company) – at Fort York Armoury, Toronto.
  • Headquarters & Support Squadron (The Depot, RC Sigs) – in Toronto and Borden.

The role of 32 Signal Regiment is to provide commanders and staffs within 32 Canadian Brigade Group the means to exercise command and control.  We often provide deployed facilities and services to units and groups from the Brigade for training in combat operations or in readiness for domestic emergencies.  This includes transportation in military trucks and trailers, physical security, tents and furniture, electrical power generation and distribution, heating, lighting, and other amenities for sustaining a headquarters facility in austere conditions.  Our teams of signallers establish IRIS tactical radio networks, satellite rear links, local cable networks, commercial network connectivity, and computer networks including the Land Command Support System (UNCLASSIFIED).  We also support information management and provide information technology support services.  In some instances we join civilian amateur radio channels and communicate with radio operators across North America and other continents.  Using cryptographic equipment and other communications security measures, we often provide secure networks as well.

Benefits of Joining

When you join our unit, you will receive competitive pay for your part time or full time work as well as be eligible for on the job training that could benefit you in civilian life. Also, there are medical, dental and educational benefits available to Army Reservists.

Here are all the details:

Command Team

  • Commanding Officer: Lieutenant Colonel Daniel J.W. Bergeron
  • Sergeant Major: Chief Warrant Officer Timothy C. Cooke

Contact Us

Toronto

32 Signal Regiment
Canadian Forces Armoury Fort York
660 Fleet Street West
Toronto, ON M5V 1A9

Telephone: 416-203-4600 ext 4617

CFB Borden

32 Signal Regiment
61 Ramillies Road
CFB Borden
Borden, ON L0M 1C0

Telephone: 705-424-1200 ext 1793

Hours of Operations:

September to June
Monday, Thursday: 1:00 p.m. - 10:00 p.m. Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday: 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.

July and August
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday: 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. Thursday: 1:00 p.m. - 10:00 p.m.

News

1 Canadian Ranger Patrol Group

Canadian Rangers Respond to Crises in Northern Ontario

The Canadian Armed Forces (CAF) recently deployed a number of Canadian Rangers, from 3rd Canadian Ranger Patrol Group (3 CRPG), based in Borden, Ontario to two isolated First Nations communities in Northern Ontario to provide help in response to a number of suicides that sent kids in these regions into a mental health crisis. 
June 29, 2017

Tara Wabano, 13, of Fort Hope, and Darian Bluecoat, 14

Junior Canadian Rangers Compete In National Shoot In Labrador

Happy Valley-Goose Bay, Newfoundland and Labrador — Ontario did well competing in the national Junior Canadian Rangers marksmanship competition, according to their Canadian Army instructor.
June 26, 2017

Members of 3rd Canadian Ranger Patrol Group prepare to go on evening patrol

Canadian Rangers Move In To Assist In Wapekeka Suicide Crisis

Wapekeka First Nation, Ontario — In an unprecedented move, the Canadian Army has sent Canadian Rangers to a small, isolated First Nation in Northern Ontario to provide help in a suicide crisis.
June 26, 2017

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Our History

Our Regiment’s earliest component was established in Toronto in 1907 – the 2nd Signalling Company of the newly established Signalling Corps; a component of Militia District No. 2.  The company employed semaphore flags, heliographs, and lamps.  Construction of telegraph and telephone lines was still the responsibility of the Canadian Engineers, but 2nd Signalling Company also maintained a detachment that paraded with the 2nd Engineer Company in Toronto.  In 1911 the company was renamed No. 2 Signal Company.

In August 1914, upon the outbreak of the First World War, 36 officers and signallers from No. 2 Signal Company travelled to Valcartier, Quebec to join the 1st Canadian Divisional Signal Company.  During the war telephone, telegraph, runners, and pigeons became standard methods of transmitting messages on the battlefield.  In some cases radios were available as well.  Members of our Regiment, along with hundreds of other signallers, engineers, and guides served in the different companies of the Canadian Corps Signal Service during the great and terrible battles of 1915 through 1918.  All of the units of the Canadian Corps Signal Service were demobilized and disbanded in Toronto during 1919.

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