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cavalry squadron

The GGHG Cavalry Squadron was reformed in 1956 by members of the Regiment who, upon returning from the war, wished to maintain the Regiment’s cavalry skills and traditions. learn more >

historical society

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The Governor General's Horse Guards is an Armoured Reconnaissance Regiment located at The LCol George Taylor Denison III Armoury in Toronto. learn more >



The Governor General's Horse Guards Association is open to all active and former members of the Governor General's Horse Guards Regiment, officers and NCOs alike. learn more >


The Foundation’s purpose is to provide for the efficiency, welfare and well-being of the Governor General's Horse Guards Regiment and it's members". learn more >

in memory

In Memory

Lest We Forget learn more >

our stories

Our Stories

These are your stories and we encourage you to contribute! learn more >



Concert featuring Mrs. Ruth Ann Onley. learn more >



Celebrating the Queen's 90th Birthday. learn more > sponsorship >

Memorial Project

Memorial Project

The Governor General’s Horse Guards Memorial Project was started in 2013 with intent to commemoration of the members of the Regiment who have served throughout its storied history. learn more >

Italian Campaign Tour

Italian Campaign Tour

The Governor General’s Horse Guards Cavalry and Historical Society Memorial Project Presents A Return to Italy Commemorating the 75th Anniversary of the Regiments Actions 16 – 26 May 2019. learn more >

featured news

At a Passchendaele pig farm, a new Canadian target

PASSCHENDAELE, Belgium — The Canadian objective, 1917: Capture German stronghold Vine Cottage on the way to Passchendaele. The Canadian objective, read more >

GGHG Hosts 2014 Garrison Ball

Just when you think you’ve seen it all, horses trot into the Liberty Grand. The annual Toronto read more >

March 27 Proclaimed GGHG Day in Toronto

The City of Toronto Proclaims March 27, 2014 as Governor General’s Horse Guards Day. Click here to read more >