Honorary Lieutenant-Colonel Cheryl Robertson is pictured during a change of command ceremony for her unit, 37 Signal Regiment. Honoraries are a longstanding tradition in the Canadian Army that Ms. Robertson says she’s proud to be a part of.

Connecting the unit: Meet Honorary Lieutenant-Colonel Cheryl Robertson

St. John, New Brunswick — Cheryl Robertson is a retired educator and enthusiastic volunteer in her home community. Her work, paid and otherwise, earned her an Order of New Brunswick in 2014 – the same year she became Honorary Lieutenant-Colonel of 37 Signal Regiment, a Canadian Army Reserve unit.

The City invited back all 18 military and three cadet units granted Freedom of the City

Ottawa recognizes Army units with Freedom of the City

Ottawa, Ontario — The City of Ottawa has shown its gratitude to local military units and cadet corps with a rare honour that saw more than a dozen of them march through the city’s streets on Saturday, September 16.

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