Queen’s Ranger Colours

Since Antiquity, military units have traditionally fought with a standard, which served as a visible rallying point in battle.  During the Revolutionary War, according to British Army custom, the Queen’s Rangers had two sets of colours: The King’s Colour, a flag that displays the Union Jack with the Regiment’s badge at the centre, and the Regimental Colour, bearing the badge against a background of the … Continue reading Queen’s Ranger Colours

Regimental Guidon

As a unit of the Armoured Corps, The Queen’s York Rangers possess a Regimental Guidon.  Graciously approved by HM The Queen, the design features the badge surrounded by its Battle Honours.  The Guidon was formally presented to the Regiment in 1984 on the occasion of the City of Toronto’s 150thanniversary. The white rams on the guidon signify that although the Regiment is part of the Armoured Corps … Continue reading Regimental Guidon