2nd Battalion, The Royal Newfoundland Regiment

Unit Identification

2nd Battalion, The Royal Newfoundland Regiment Badge

    

Location

Corner Brook
HQ and A Coy
13 O’Connell Drive
Corner Brook, NL
A2H 6J3

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Stephenville
C Coy
Dakota Drive
Stephenville, NL
A2N 1J6

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Grand Falls-Windsor
B Coy
1 Memorial Drive
Grand Falls-Windsor, NL
A2A 1N2 

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Army reserve

Graphic: Joanna Gajdicar

Join Our Team

Please do not hesitate to call us for more information. We would be pleased to review your resume, and have you visit us for a tour of our unit.

Our Team Recruiter

Name: Sergeant Steve Smith
Phone: 709-640-7239
Email: steven.smith5@forces.gc.ca

Or contact

Phone: 1-800-856-8488
Find a recruiting centre near you.

When We Train

We train on Thursday evenings, 7:00 p.m. - 10:00 p.m., September through June, and one weekend a month.

Trades In Our Unit

Equipment

 Vehicles:

  • Medium Support Vehicle System (MSVS)
  • All-terrain vehicle (ATV)

Weapons:

 
See a complete list of Vehicles and Weapons.

Who We Are

The 2nd Battalion, The Royal Newfoundland Regiment, is a Reserves Infantry unit on the West Coast of Newfoundland.  We have 3 locations, which are located in Corner Brook, Grand falls-Windsor and in Stephenville.  The regimental Headquarters is also Located in Corner Brook.

Benefits of Joining

When you join our unit, you will receive competitive pay for your part time or full time work as well as be eligible for on the job training that could benefit you in civilian life. Also, there are medical, dental and educational benefits available to Army Reservists.

Here are all the details:

Command Team

  • Commanding Officer - Lieutenant-Colonel Mark Felix
  • Regimental Sergeant Major - Master Warrant Officer Jacque Seguin

Contact Us

Corner Brook
2nd Battalion, Royal Newfoundland Regiment (HQ and A Coy)
13 O’Connell Drive
Corner Brook, NL
A2H 6J3

Phone: 709-640-7239
Email: steven.smith5@forces.gc.ca

 

Stephenville
2nd Battalion, Royal Newfoundland Regiment (C Coy)
Dakota Drive
Stephenville, NL
A2N 1J6

Phone: 709-640-7239
Email: steven.smith5@forces.gc.ca

Grand Falls-Windsor
2nd Battalion, Royal Newfoundland Regiment (B Coy)
1 Memorial Drive
Grand Falls-Windsor, NL
A2A 1N2 

Phone: 709-640-7239
Email: steven.smith5@forces.gc.ca

 

News

Brigadier-General J.J.M.J. (Jocelyn) Paul

Understanding identities: a talk with Brigadier-General Jocelyn Paul

Ottawa, Ontario — Being an Indigenous member of the Canadian Army has brought many advantages to one of Canada’s most senior officers.
May 23, 2018

Army Reservist Sergeant John Ta

First-generation Canadian proud to represent the red and white

Thunder Bay, Ontario — For Thunder Bay Army Reservist Sergeant John Ta, wearing the maple leaf on his left arm is a reminder of the freedom and privileges that he enjoys daily in Canada.
May 16, 2018

Chief Warrant Officer Tracy-Ann Fisher is honoured at Blue Jays Stadium

Regimental Sergeant-Major enjoys rare Mother’s Day at ‘home’ with 40,000 strangers

Hamilton, Ontario — Her steadfast commitment to the Army Reserve has often complicated traditional family events, and this is one of the first Mother’s Days that Chief Warrant Officer Tracy-Ann Fisher has been able to enjoy with her family.
May 14, 2018

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Our History

THE ROYAL NEWFOUNDLAND REGIMENT is one of the oldest Regiments in Canada. It was the only Colonial Regiment to receive the prefix "Royal" during the First World War, and the first in the history of the British Army to receive such an honour during hostilities. The Regiment was also the first Canadian Regiment to receive the Queen’s, and Regimental Colours. It has the distinction of bearing on it’s Regimental Colour the Battle Honour "Gallipoli" which no other Regiment in North America carries.

Newfoundlanders have served their Sovereign on many occasions. The first full-time Regiment to be raised was in 1780. This Regiment lasted until 1783 under the title of H.M. Newfoundland Regiment of Foot. Again in 1795 a Regiment was embodied, entitled The Royal Newfoundland Regiment of Fencible Infantry and played a prominent part during the War of 1812. Covering themselves with glory from such battles as Lundy’s Lane, York (now Toronto), Stoney Creek (now Hamilton), Lake Erie, Michillmackinac, Niagara, Chrysler’s Farm, Ogdensburg, Fort Erie and many others.

On October 24th 1949, almost 30 years after it was disbanded following the First World War, authority was granted by King George VI to remuster The Royal Newfoundland Regiment, as a Militia Unit of the Canadian Forces. Today as Citizen Soldiers the men of the Regiment are proudly and efficiently doing a job of real importance in their community and for the security of the nation by serving on Humanitarian Assistance, Peacekeeping and peace support Operations throughout the world.

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