We are very pleased to announce that the Montgomery Legion located at 330 Kent St. in downtown Ottawa will be providing meeting and training space for 2017.

We would like to thank the Montgomery Legion for opening their doors and supporting our activities.

Please visit their website at http://www.montgomerylegion.ca/index.html for more information on their facilities. 

Quarter-Master Sergeant Cownley (l) and Garry Beaupré, Branch President (r).


Congratulations to the newly appointed Lance Corporal Ellens!

Lance Corporal Ellens joined the regiment in 2016 as a student interpreter on a summer enlistment and upon expiry of this term of service re-enlisted as a regular member.

He is currently studying to complete a Bachelors of Arts Honours in History.

Pictured Quarter-Master Sergeant Cownley (l) and Lance Corporal Ellens (r).


The 100th Regiment of Foot

Invite you to attend our

3rd Annual Open House

Learn about the regiment, our uniforms & equipment, and opportunities available

for volunteers & paid summer student positions.


Saturday March 4th, 2017

13:30 to 15:30


Upstairs at the

Montgomery Branch

Royal Canadian Legion

330 Kent Street, Ottawa, ON. K2P 2A6

(Plenty of on street parking)


Light refreshments will be served.



William 819-209-0711

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Sergeant Sinka and Private Ellens visited 137 RCD Army Cadets at Ashbury College on Monday February 13th, 2017 to talk about volunteer and employment opportunities with the regiment.

You can find out more about them here http://www.dragooncadets.com/

We would like to thank Capt McKee for the invitation and all the officers and cadets for the warm reception. Perhaps one or more may decide to switch from green to a wool red coat this summer.


Congratulations to the newly promoted Corporal Cronkite!

Corporal Cronkite was responsible for the supervision of 9 students employed by the Society for the summer interpretation program on both Parliament Hill and at the Rideau Canal's Ottawa Locks.

He demonstrated sound judgement, dedication and initiative over the program's 8 weeks ensuring that everything ran smoothly, morale remained high during the hot humid weather, and that standards were maintained.

Well done Corporal!

Corporal Cronkite Promotion