34 Signal Regiment

Unit Identification

34 Communications Regiment Badge

PER NUNTIUM AD VICTORIAM
“Victory through communications” 

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

Phone: 514-496-1712, Ext. 2207
Email: cgrdemandeenligne@forces.gc.ca

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Phone: 1-800-856-8488
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When We Train

We generally parade on Tuesday evenings between 7:00 pm -10:00 pm.

Who We Are

The 34 Signal Regiment is an Army Reserve unit belonging to the 34 Canadian Brigade Group and is based in Westmount, Quebec. Its mission is to ensure fast and secure IT services in support of other 34 Canadian Brigade Group units, in order to provide commanders with effective command and control capabilities. To accomplish its mission, the 34 Signal Regiment operates modern communication systems, including secure digital High Frequency and Very High Frequency radio systems, land-based satellite systems, computer networks, and fiber optic and copper wire line systems.

The unit is composed of Army communication and information system specialists and signal officers, supported by a team of logistic officers, clerks and supply technicians. With a wide variety of backgrounds, our members include professionals, students, public servants, tradespeople, businesspeople and academics. Their combined range of experience and expertise contributes to the success of our mission.

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 Denis
  • Regimental Sergeant-Major - Chief Warrant Officer Pruneau

Contact Us

34 Signal Regiment
4625 St-Catherine St. W
Westmount, QC
H3Z 1S4

Phone: 514-496-1712
Fax: 514-283-1175

News

Firefighters from 5th Canadian Division

Gagetown forest management team reduces fire risks

Oromocto, New Brunswick — Residents of Oromocto, New Brunswick were understandably alarmed when, in the fall of 2017, three separate fires burned over 1,200 hectares of the  Range and Training Area (RTA) at nearby 5th Canadian Division Support Base Gagetown (5 CDSB).
June 1, 2018

Captain Sarbjit Singh (Rene) Juneja, Ukraine headquarters in Starychi

Infantry captain’s roots run through his regiment and back to India

Hamilton, Ontario — Captain Sarbjit Singh (Rene) Juneja’s South Asian heritage means a lot to him. It has also provided him with context and a sense of pride in his role with the Canadian Army Reserve (ARes).
May 28, 2018

Sergeant Taylor Warren of The Fort Garry Horse

Employers take part in Army exercise alongside their Reservist employees

Winnipeg, Manitoba — When Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) Superintendent Julie Baines came upon Sergeant Taylor Warren in his G-Wagon during Exercise ARMOURED BISON (Ex AB), she wasn’t quite sure she recognized him.
May 25, 2018

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Our History

The first signals unit in Montreal, the "4th Signal Company, Canadian Corps of Signals", was founded 1 January 1921 and comprised 55 members, including 9 officers and 46 Non-commissioned members. In early 1930, the status of the unit changed and it became the "4th Divisional Signals, Canadian Corps of Signals", a unit comprising a Headquarters and three companies.

In March 1950, the 2nd Corps Signal Regiment Royal Canadian Corps of Signals (R.C.C.S.) became the 10th Signal Regiment R.C.C.S. and the 4th Infantry Divisional Signals Regiment R.C.C.S. became the 4th Signal Regiment R.C.C.S. At the end of 1954, the two units were amalgamated to form the "11th Signals Regiment R.C.C.S".

The 11th Signals Regiment R.C.C.S. was renamed the "15th Independent Squadron R.C.C.S." in 1965; following the unification and reorganization of the Canadian Forces, it became, on April 1st 1970, the "712 (Montreal) Communication Squadron". On May 8th 1976, the "712 (Montreal) Communication Squadron" officially changed the royal Corps of signals representative insignia at an official parade, adopting the new communication and electronics Branch insignia.

In October 2010, the “712 (Montreal) Communication Squadron” is officially renamed the 34 Signal Regiment.

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