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This page is dedicated to the numerous amounts of links out there on the World War and Canada, all categorized. Special thanks to Borden Battery at the CEFSG for his massive contribution to World War links and Chris Bostwick at the CEFSG for recent finds.

2nd Canadian Division Websites
4th Brigade
18th Battalion (Western Ontario)
We are still waiting on someone to arrive in cyberspace with the record of the first 2nd Division Ontario battalion. If you are looking for 18th information, contact one of us in the 4th Brigade!
You're here already! Welcome to the site of the 2nd Ontario battalion of the 2nd Division!
Rob Johnston's amazing site on the third Ontario battalion of the 2nd.
SwellAl's double dose of the fourth Ontario battalion, completing the 4th Brigade.
 
5th Brigade
Perpetuated as the Royal 22e Régiment, this site explains their history en français, which can be easily translated. I cannot express the pride involved in having my brothers serve overseas in the liberation of France- Je me souviens.
24th Battalion (Victoria Rifles of Canada)
For now, no separate page for the 24th Battalion exists. You can help change that, and someday it may yet be created!
For now, no separate page for the 25th Battalion exists. The link provided is from the Matrix Project, but someday it may yet be created!
For now, no separate page for the 26th Battalion exists. The link provided is from the Matrix Project, but someday it may yet be created!
 
6th Brigade
For now, no separate page for the 27th Battalion exists. The link provided is from the Matrix Project, but someday it may yet be created!
Robert Lindsay's 28th Northwest Battalion Headquarters is a glowing tribute to the men of Manitoba and Saskatchewan, and has some amazing color images.
Two links serve well the 29th Battalion- one to the Study Group forum, and the other to the Matrix Project.
Soon to have a history in book form, the 31st Battalion has a website by Horace C. Singer and Darrell Knight.

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