STK-ID 22666

Royal 22nd Regiment Receives Colours (00/10/1949): various shots of change of guard at gate, of residence of governor general, officer in extreme foreground, shoulder flash recognizable, of couple of soldiers and civilian around old gun. Shot of three soldiers marching along walls of Citadel. Shot of Cross of Sacrifice war memorial. Sequence on arrival of governor general Harold George Alexander, greetings by Commandant of Citadel. Sequence on trooping of the old colours, governor general Alexander saluting. Sequence on inspection of regiment by governor general in company of Colonel Turcot, officer commanding of Royal 22nd Regiment. Shots of Monsignor Maurice Roy blessing new colours. Shot of governor general Alexander presenting new colours to lieutenant JPR Trembley acting for the Regiment. Shots of governor general Alexander adressing Regiment, of march past, of bonfire, of governor general saluting. Three cheers for Lord Alexander. CU of the Royal 22nd Regiment crest.


Excerpt from
Royal 22nd Regiment Receives Colours / British Columbia Floods
Quebec City
National Film Board
Available formats
Video HI 8, Reel 35 mm
Shooting format
35mm fine grain b&w
Aspect ratio