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List of Canadian Army Units with Pipe Bands, 1945:

There were 18 units with pipers/pipe bands in the Canadian Army, of whom 16 were infantry regiments, one was an arm of service (The C.W.A.C.) and one was only the pipe band of a regiment (the Irish Fusiliers), the battalion having been dispersed over several regiments as replacements.

0500 THE CANADIAN WOMEN'S ARMY CORPS
0501
THE BLACK WATCH (ROYAL HIGHLAND REGIMENT) OF CANADA
0502
THE HIGHLAND LIGHT INFANTRY OF CANADA
0503
THE STORMONT DUNDAS & GLENGARRY HIGHLANDERS
0504
THE NORTH NOVA SCOTIA HIGHLANDERS
0505
THE CAPE BRETON HIGHLANDERS
0506
THE CAMERON HIGHLANDERS OF OTTAWA (MG)
0507
THE ESSEX SCOTTISH
0508
THE 48th HIGHLANDERS OF CANADA
0509
THE ARGYLL & SUTHERLAND HIGHLANDERS OF CANADA
0510
THE QUEEN'S OWN CAMERON HIGHLANDERS OF CANADA
0511
THE CALGARY HIGHLANDERS
0512
THE SEAFORTH HIGHLANDERS OF CANADA
0513
THE CANADIAN SCOTTISH REGIMENT
0514
THE TORONTO SCOTTISH REGIMENT (MG)
0515
THE IRISH REGIMENT OF CANADA
0516
THE IRISH FUSILIERS (VANCOUVER REGIMENT)
0517 THE LORNE SCOTS

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British military units under Canadian command, with Pipe Bands that played in Holland:

- 11th. Royal Scots Fusiliers (British 49th. Infantry Division)
- The Lothian and Border Horse
(Flail Tanks with the British 79th. Armoured Division)

Other Canadian military units with Pipers or Pipe Bands:

- The Pictou Highlanders
- The Lanark and Renfrew Scottish
- The Prince Edward Island Highlanders
- The Highland Fusiliers of Canada
- The Royal Canadian Mounted Police
- The Royal Canadian Air Force


A piper from the Royal Canadian Air Force, wearing the distinctive R.C.A.F. Tartan.
The W.W.2 British R.A.F. also did have pipers.

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