Les Fusiliers Mont-Royal

Unit Identification

Fusiliers Mont-Royal Badge

NUNQUAM RETRORSUM
“Never retreat”

Who We Are

The Fusiliers Mont-Royal (Fus MR) is a Reserve unit based in Montreal that is part of 34 Canadian Brigade Group. It is made up of 160 men and women, officers and non-commissioned members, whose main specialization is infantry. The Fus MR’s mission is to train reservists in order to maintain an infantry platoon that is ready to participate in domestic operations. In addition, the regiment must be able to provide volunteer members as individual reinforcements to expeditionary (international) operations. The Fus MR carries out its mandate by offering well-supervised, appropriate training during fast-paced, varied exercises that meet the infantry battle task standards.

More than 130 members of the Fusiliers have taken part in the following international missions to support the Regular Force: Egypt in 1973, Cyprus in 1990, Croatia and Bosnia-Herzegovina from 1993 to 1995, the Golan Heights in 1998 and Haiti in 2004 with the platoon of Creole interpreters responsible for liaising with the local population. More recently, three members of the Fusiliers participated in the humanitarian aid mission in Haiti. Also, nearly 40 members of the Fusiliers have served in Afghanistan in the past few years, and others are about to serve again in the next rotation.

Our History

The official history of Les Fusiliers Mont-Royal can be found at the Directorate of History and Heritage website.

Equipment

For information about the vehicles and weapons used by the Canadian Army visit our Equipment page.

Contact Us

3721, rue Henri-Julien
Avenue des Pins Est
Montréal, QC H2X 3H4

Phone: (514) 283-7444
Fax: (514) 496-5086

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