33 Canadian Brigade Group

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33 Canadian Brigade Group
33 Canadian Brigade Group (badge).jpg
Formation patch of 33 Canadian Brigade Group.
Active1 April 1997 – present
Country Canada
BranchLesser badge of the Canadian Army.svg Primary Reserve
Part of4th Canadian Division
Garrison/HQOttawa, Ontario
Motto(s)Fortes soli – fortiores una
Brigade CommanderColonel Thomas MacKay, CD
NATO Map Symbol[1]
33 CBG
NATO Map Symbol - Unit Size - Brigade Group or Brigade Combat Team.svg
4 Cdn Div
Military Symbol - Friendly Unit (Solid Light 1.5x1 Frame)- Infantry (NATO APP-6).svg
Abbreviation33 CBG

33 Canadian Brigade Group of the Canadian Army is part of 4th Canadian Division. It commands the Primary Reserve units in eastern and northern portions of Ontario.

Brigade units[edit]

A bugler from the brigade group at the National War Memorial.
33 Canadian Brigade Group Ottawa
33 Canadian Brigade Group Headquarters Ottawa
The Ontario Regiment (RCAC) Armoured Reconnaissance Oshawa
30th Field Artillery Regiment, RCA Artillery Ottawa
42nd Field Artillery Regiment (Lanark and Renfrew Scottish), RCA Artillery Pembroke
49th Field Artillery Regiment, RCA Artillery Sault Ste. Marie
33 Combat Engineer Regiment Engineer Ottawa
33 Signal Regiment Communications Ottawa
Governor General's Foot Guards Light infantry Ottawa
The Princess of Wales' Own Regiment Light infantry Kingston
The Hastings and Prince Edward Regiment Light infantry Belleville, Peterborough and Cobourg
The Brockville Rifles Light infantry Brockville
Stormont, Dundas and Glengarry Highlanders Light infantry Cornwall
The Cameron Highlanders of Ottawa (Duke of Edinburgh's Own) Light infantry Ottawa
The Algonquin Regiment Light infantry North Bay and Timmins
2nd Battalion, Irish Regiment of Canada Light infantry Sudbury
33 Service Battalion Combat Service Support Ottawa, North Bay and Sault Ste. Marie


  1. ^ Canadian Forces (15 May 2000). B-GL-331-003/FP-001 Military Symbols for Land Operations. Department of National Defence. pp. 4, 24–25.