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The Crown Forces Form Square to fend off cavalry at The Battle of Chippewa/Lundy's Lane event in 2014.
Life in the encampment... a respite from battle and a place to rest, chat, and relax...
Marching steady onto the field for another battle. The Incorporated Militia is on the way!
As night falls in Fort Erie, the line fires a volley at the dreaded invaders in the fort!
At the Annual Mess Dinner, there's always time to have a dance and create memories...

Our Unit History

djEarly in the War of 1812, it became apparent that the existing militia system was woefully inadequate for the defense of Upper Canada. To rectify this situation, the Legislative Assembly of Upper Canada passed an Act creating the Incorporated Militia of Upper Canada. Volunteers from throughout the Province were to be formed into Battalions, and to serve for the duration of the war. The men received...

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Midland Winterfest – Feb 2, 2013

Midland Winterfest


Our Expeditionary Force joined members of The Royal Newfoundland Regiment, The Glengarry Light Infantry, the US 23rd and sutlery friends for this year’s Midland Winterfest at Little Lake Park.  Our guys were real glad that wool was the fabric of choice in 1812!  All went well, the public enjoyed themselves and no one froze to death!!

Pictures from the day may be found at

At the same time as the Midland Winterfest , one of our members, as a guest of a regimental friend, was attending an American Civil War event near Mt Dora Florida – the Battle of Townsends’ Plantation.  Much of the same equipment, similar battle tactics and the same love of history could be seen.  The white stuff is sand, not snow!  There is something about the aroma of canvas, wool and campfire smoke that gets into your blood, both north and south of the border!

Pictures from the Battle of Townsends’ Plantation can be found at




IMUC and the 200th Anniversary of the Battle of Ogdensburgh!


Just like the original Battle of Ogdensburgh in 1813, it all started on the Canadian side at Fort Wellington and ended up on the US side in Ogdensburgh.  We would like to thank our hosts, the Fencibles on the Canadian side and Forsythe's Rifles in Ogdensburgh. 

As always we were very well received!  Thanks Matthew, Paul, Bill, Ron and Dave for the pictures which can be found at:

Local video coverage can be found at:


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