REGIMENTAL FAMILY

1860 Club

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The 1860 Club is the unifying organization for the Regimental family and friends of The Queen’s Own Rifles of Canada. 

 

It brings together members of the family from coast to coast, and around the world, including the serving Regiment, Senate, Trust Fund, Museum, Association, Cadet Corps, and civilian supporters of the Regiment.  Membership is complimentary and open to serving and former members, as well as friends of the Regiment. 

 

As a Supporters’ Club, the 1860 Club is run by volunteers from across the Regimental Family.

 

QOR Association

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The Association is comprised of serving and past members of the Regiment as well as their family members and others deemed to be friends of the Regiment. 

 

The Association began during the First World War and unlike many patriotic organizations formed at that time, has continued its work, and remains today an important factor in the life of the Regiment.

 

QOR TRUST FUND

A key component of the Regimental Family is the Trust Fund, whose responsibility it is to raise funds to support Regimental activities not funded by the Department of National Defence (DND).

We are pleased you can now donate to the Trust Fund through our online giving partner CanadaHelps.org.

 

QOR MUSEUM - CASA LOMA

QOR Museum

The museum, filled with memorabilia relating to the Regiment, dating as far back as the date of its formation in 1860 and its involvement in every military action undertaken by Canada since then, attracts thousands of visitors from around the world each year.

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Located on the top floor of Toronto's Historic CASA LOMA.

 

2881 QOR Cadet Corps

The corps follows the standard Royal Canadian Army Cadet program, which includes fitness, citizenship and military skills training such as leadership, navigation, first aid, and fieldcraft.​

The cadet program is for youth ages 12 to 18.

 

Canadian Airborne

Forces Association

Canada Airborne Forces Association

CAFA has represented the serving and retired Canadian Forces Airborne community through the exercise of the following objectives:

  • to promote and improve the esprit-de-corps and general efficiency of its members;

  • to support the continuation of balanced general-purpose Airborne Forces as part of Canada’s Armed Forces;

  • to react to hardship and need through the provision of gifts, grants, endowments and donations; and

  • to provide meaningful support to applicable Veterans’ Associations.